This lovely small hotel is owned by the person who was responsible for rescuing the Leymebamba mummies and founding the adjacent museum in 1998. The hotel started as a small café serving refreshments to the museum visitors and grew in stages to become a beautiful eco-lodge style guest house.
Three of the rooms are in stand-alone buildings surrounded by gardens, and recently two more rooms have been added in the main house. There are plans to create one further room in the main building.
The décor is simple but very comfortable and there are good views out over the roof of the museum and across the valley. The meals are produced to order and the coffee is very good indeed.
There are feeders dotted around the hotel to attract hummingbirds, and the ruins of Kuelap, the sarcophagi at Karajia and the mausoleums at Revash are all within driving distance.