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We loved our time at the Black Sheep Inn during our Quilotoa loop trip. Initially we thought it was a bit expensive ($35 p.p. for the bunk house), however it is totally worth every penny and we ended up extending our stay. We had the...More
Beautifully situated high in the Andes, the Black Sheep Inn is a hidden gem of a property, offering gorgeous views, tasty meals, and comfortable accommodations. It is an eco-lodge, so don't be too surprised by the composting toilets!
Edmundo, the inn's manager, provided astounding customer...More
The views on the Quilotoa Loop were just draw-dropping amazing. Think vertical! We landed at the Black Sheep Inn for a couple of nights and just loved it. Cabins were small, cozy, clean and warm, complete with a wood burning stove. Our bathroom was shared...More
We stayed here on the second of a three night hike through the area. The Black Sheep is a wonderfully designed and built property that fits perfectly into its environment. It offers so many things to do on property - yoga, horse shoes, frisbee golf,...More
Possibly my favourite place on earth. Despite being an eco lodge with the likes of composting toilets (actually my favorite feature as they are beautiful rooms with gardens inside) it felt luxurious. The included breakfast, lunch and dinners are delicious and the views are stunning....More
Response from AndresH673 | Property representative |
I have traveled both route 1000's of times in 20 years living here. I recommend coming in one way and going out the other so that you can complete the loop and see scenery on both sides. And yes the Black Sheep Inn is... More
I have traveled both route 1000's of times in 20 years living here. I recommend coming in one way and going out the other so that you can complete the loop and see scenery on both sides. And yes the Black Sheep Inn is right on the road, about 1/2 km out of Chugchilan on the road to Sigchos. Write to Edmundo at blacksheepinn (at) gmail for full details and a reservation ;-)
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"Rooms at the top of the property have an amazing view... but it's a bit of a trek!"