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Our son had travelled here with schoolmates while on semester abroad in Quito, so he was excited to bring us to BSI. Thru the Inn we hired our friendly driver Norma to bring us to/from Chugchilan and what a beautiful place. Edmundo and the Inn...More
We had a great experience staying 2 nights at the Black Sheep Inn.
The views are incredible. It's a fantastic location. The stay included 3 meals each day; the food was delicious and we were well cared for in planning our daily activities. The staff...More
The Black Sheep Inn is incredible! The location and scenery cannot be matched and the facilities offered by the Black Sheep Inn are top notch. Edmundo is a fantastic host and helped me organize all the of the hikes that I did over my 3...More
I stayed here for three nights and would happily have stayed longer. It's such a peaceful place up among the trees, with plenty of areas to relax. My favourite thing was the wood-fired sauna, which was such a luxury after a long day's walking. Edmundo...More
The Black Sheep Inn is a comfy home base when exploring this magnificent area of the world. Fantastic views are rivaled only by the attentive and friendly staff, delicious (really delicious) food, and relaxing atmosphere. Edmundo is kind and helpful, and I highly recommend Humberto...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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"Higher buildings/room are a tough walk up after dinner, due to thin air (not the food) but worth the climb..."