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Quechuas guest House

B&B | 6 bedrooms | sleeps 16

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car essential
  • No pets allowed

Quechuas House in cusco is a unique family-run hotel situated in the Inca capital.

Authentic Cusco Local hospitality / Stay and be a Local

Perfect Place to stay to explore Cusco and machupicchu

Call or E-Mail us now to take advantage of some truly special rates 0051-84-260385

For Small groups, Families and couples

Size Sleeps up to 16, 6 bedrooms
Access Car essential
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Velazco Astete Airport 5 km, Nearest railway: San Pedro Train Station 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General Safe, Wi-Fi available
Rooms 6 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms of which 6 Family bathrooms and 6 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (6)
Other Towels provided

The South Peru region

Imagine scenery on the epic scale of an Indiana Jones or Lara Croft flick: forgotten temples entangled in jungle vines, cobwebbed ancient tombs baking in the desert sun and bejewelled buried treasures beyond all reckoning. Wild rivers that rage, pumas prowling in the night and hallucinogenic shaman rituals – it's not just a movie here, it's real life.

Like a continent in miniature, Peru will astound you with its diversity. Not even fierce Inca warriors or Spanish conquistadors could totally dominate such jaw-dropping terrain, from glaciated Andean peaks where majestic condors soar, to almost limitless coastal deserts, to the steamy rainforests of the Amazon basin. Peru is home to snow-capped mountains, giant sand dunes, flocks of brightly hued tropical birds, postcard-perfect volcanoes and rocky Pacific outcroppings inhabited by argumentative sea lions that will send your camera into overdrive.

Peru offers such a wide range of experiences that it can be difficult to choose between them. Solemn pilgrimages honour gods both Christian and indigenous. Neon-lit discos get jam-packed with revelling youth. Ancient ruins divulge prehistoric secrets. There are museums to visit, lakes to ogle, waves to surf, labyrinthine cities to explore. And let's not forget the food – a bounty of sublime concoctions made from ingredients native and contemporary. You'll need weeks to savour the vast selection of delicacies: from rare strains of potato to guinea pig to succulent ocean mollusks.

Take it easy on the 'Gringo Trail' encircling the country's top highlights, ending at the cloud-topping Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. Or step off the beaten path and groove to Afro-Peruvian beats, chase perfect waves off a paradisiacal Pacific beach or ride a slow boat down the Amazon.

Wherever your journey takes you in Peru, you'll be welcomed by big-hearted folks that tackle their often-unfortunate lot with gusto and a deep lust for life. Small wonder, then, that the land of the Incas is one of the continent's top picks for adventurous travellers.

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Cusco

Discover the magic and beauty of Cusco, the capital of the Incan Empire. The flawlessly built Incan roads spread to all regions from the “Plaza” which was thought of as the center of the world. Visit the Temple of the Sun, the Convent of Santo Domingo and the famous Cusco Cathedral with its Cuzqueno paintings.Your sightseeing tour begins at the San Cristobal main square we'll you'll enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Then, you'll visit the San Pedro market and browse through the local products. Your guided visit continues to the Temple of the Sun, “El Korikancha”. There are some stories which claim that when conquerors arrived in Cusco, this temple was completely laminated in gold. Inside, you can admire the perfectly shaped stones and the way conquerors built what is currently the Convent of Santo Domingo, on the base of this Inca temple. Then you'll head to the Artisans' Quarters of San Blas to visit its church and its particularly impressive carved woodwork. On your way to the Cathedral,you'll stop by the Hatun Rumiyoc street where the famous twelve angular stone is. In the Cathedral, you'll have the opportunity to see its beautiful woodwork and colonial paintings before heading back to your Cusco hotel.

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Calendar last updated:31 Jan 2014

Based in Peru

Languages spoken
  • English