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The Green House Peru
Ranked #1 of 177 Sacred Valley B&B and Inns
Certificate of Excellence
Laguna Beach, California
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“Please build one at the beach...”
Reviewed July 24, 2012

As a girl who takes pride in her love of 5 stars hotels the feeling and energy of this place beats them all. Brian and Gabriel are amazing, the feeling of true warmth and love is evident from the minute you walk in the gate. The decor is perfect, the greens impeccable. It truly was a delight. Gabriel's cooking and Brian's care made the 5 days i was there go by too fast. I spent 3 weeks in Peru and stayed in the nicest 5 start hotels the country had to offer and would go back to stay at the Green House before any other. It is a very special place and i feel lucky to have been able to stay there. I don't only recommend this place, i say it is a must for someone who values good people and a true home away from home.
Now if they can only build one at the beach, i will move in.

Room Tip: Stay as long as possible, you will not be disappointed.
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  • Stayed May 2012, traveled solo
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Reviewed July 24, 2012

The Greenhouse is one of those magical places that is an absolute MUST GO! Bryan and Gabriel are wonderful hosts (perfection for a b and b-available when you would like help but leave you to yourselves if you'd like alone time). The surroundings are extraordinary...probably the most beautiful views we've ever had at any place we've stayed. We are pretty extensive travelers and this place is a find! We were planning a trip to Peru to join friends but had we known about The Greenhouse before hand, we would have planned a trip just for that portion! In fact, if you are trying to decide whether to stay in Cusco before going to Maccu Picchu instead of the Sacred Valley....I say don't...Go enjoy the beauty that the Sacred Valley offers! We spent a day touring in Cusco and then took a taxi to the Greenhouse (that the Greenhouse arranged perfectly). Their attention to detail in helping us plan our arrival was extraordinary....once there, the food was impeccable, the grounds perfect, the other guests were so enjoyable(all well traveled and interesting). But this place is so not stuffy. It is down to earth with the perfect amount of ALL the right touches! The simplicity but beauty of the rooms were so perfect and comfortable and the sounds of the river while sleeping were just to die for! All of the "extra touches"-will let some things be a surprise- were just great!!!It really is heaven on earth. I am just ashamed it has taken me since April to post this. It was an experience of a lifetime-will never forget the memories we made there!!!! Thanks Bryan and Gabriel-Tami

Room Tip: no swimming pool or fitness center which you don't need there
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  • Stayed April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 21, 2012

The Green House is wonderful. Brian and Gabriel are both so warm and inviting, you feel like you're staying with long-lost relatives. The rooms are beautifully decorated and cosy, and the view of the mountains in the background is stunning. It was the perfect place to stay and relax for a few days. 
The fact that it's situated in a tiny little town that you would otherwise just pass through adds to its charm, allowing you to experience a truly rural part of Peru.
Brian is very helpful, giving directions on how to get to the town and the markets in Pisaq if you want to go. Gabriel's cooking is delicious. Both Gabriel and Brian are so warm and easy to get along with. And as a lot of people have mentioned, their three dogs are gorgeous too!
I highly and thoroughly recommend a stay at the greenhouse. I wish I lived closer and could visit every year! 

  • Stayed June 2012
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Reviewed July 21, 2012

I'm simply going to add to the torrent of glowing notices that the Green House receives; too hard to find fault with what Bryan and Gabriel are doing here. Its pretty inspired really. We planned this into our trip, based not on the area or tourist sites, but on the accommodation itself, and we had a beautiful 3 days relaxing and eating great food in a very welcoming environment. We wanted to take it easy for a while after the 4 day inca trail so this was perfect and its only a 40 minute cab ride from Cusco, no big deal. Bryan is pretty hilarious, we were often chuckling at his wry commentary and Gabriel is a damn good chef; some of the best food we ate on our trip was dinner at the Green House. Happy memories of reading a Penguin edition in the hammock, absently patting dutiful dogs and wondering at the sheer vision of getting a place like this together. Thanks for having us, basically.

  • Stayed June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 10, 2012

The B&B is a beautiful little gem, with views to die for. We cannot recommend this place enough to anyone who have at least 1-2 days where they wish to relax and regain their energy whilst travelling in the area. The best thing that we did was to stay the day before we started on the Inca Trail as this place is pretty close to Ollant ( where you can meet you group ) and everyone in our group said that they had such an early start that day, whereas we had enough time to get up, pack, speak to Brian, have a FANTASTIC BREAKFAST :) and then get the pre-booked car to Ollant and still have enough time to get some provisions for the hike.

My husband ( unfortunately ) had to return back after the first night on the Inca trail and he was welcomed back by Brian and Gabriel when he returned on his own. We had mentioned this to Brian before we left as my husband was already suffering with some altitude sickness. The 2 days my husband spent on his own at this place were quite serene and lovely. Brian and Gabriel made sure that he was comfortable and spent a lot of time with him, we will never forget their kindness and attention.

We went there with great anticipation and have come back missing the place. Both Brian & Gabriel are such lovely amazing people, wish I could have know you both a lot more. If it was not for the fact that Peru is so far away I would have booked another trip by now !! I hope to be back someday soon my lovely friends .... all my love to you both.

Room Tip: We ended up staying in like 3 out of the 4 rooms on offer and we cannot fault any one of them :)
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  • Stayed May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

My husband and I stayed at The Green House while exploring the sites in the Sacred Valley. Bryan and Gabriel are amazing! Bryan who is very funny is a joy to talk to and is extremely accommodating. Gabriel is a wonderful chef who kept us extremely satisfied, happy and well fed. Their 3 dogs, garden area, and interesting, world traveled guests add to the enjoyment. We especially enjoyed Bryan’s old English treat to keep you warm and toasty at night.

  • Stayed June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 24, 2012

We had the good fortune to spend a couple of nights at the Green House during our visit to the Sacred Valley. It felt as though we were visiting friends. Bryan and Gabrielle were excellent hosts who served excellent breakfasts and dinners, encouraged conversations among guests, and provided comfortable amenities for all. We very much enjoyed hiking in the surrounding mountains. And we enjoyed the company of their dogs who added to the warm welcome we received. Note to travelers: The Green House is worth more than just two nights, and is centrally located for day trips to Pisac, Moray and Ollantaytambo. The rooms are spacious and comfortaable with private baths.

Room Tip: There are only four rooms and all are good with mountain views.
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  • Stayed May 2012, traveled with friends
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Property: The Green House Peru
Address: Route Pisac-Ollaytaytambo Km 56. 8 | Huaran, Peru
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Location: Peru > Cusco Region > Sacred Valley
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Restaurant Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 177 B&Bs / Inns in Sacred Valley
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Number of rooms: 4
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Here at The Green House we cater to each individual need, offering assistance with many activities. We offer a unique and tranquil resting place, welcoming every type of visitor. We invite you to come disconnect and recharge with us away from the hustle of everyday life. We offer free use of communal kitchen, Meditation/healing room offering an array of services such as massage-reiki-accupuncture-energy work, library, Internet, common area with games and fireplace, laundry service, Daily menu prepared with our own home-grown organic vegetables, transportation available, free Tourist information and helpful tips. ... more   less 
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