Compared to the Tayka del Sal (Tahua), these owners seem to work just as hard, but the result of their efforts made for a much more enjoyable stay. The room was quite small, but each bed had an electric blanket. There was also a wall mounted room heater.
Cold in late July ???....NO, we weren't !
The cosy dining room had an open fireplace and gas heating.
For its isolation, the food was very good.
I've read the previous reviews, but we have to say that we enjoyed this place more than many other Bolivian "remote" accommodations.