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Booked for two nights and stayed for four, three nights in the bunkhouse which is really cute if a little chilly! The communal sitting, dining and kitchen areas are really nice, especially when the log burner is on. The sauna is really nice too and...More
The Black Sheep Inn is in a spectacular and peaceful position overlooking a picturesque valley. The lodge is very friendly and the rooms cosy and comfortable. The vegetarian meals are excellent, even satisfying my meat eating mate. As well as the walk to Quilotoa, the...More
Delicious vegetarian cuisine, wonderful room with wood-burning stove, hot water, and spotless compost toilet, The Black Sheep Inn is an excellent base camp to visit the Quilotoa area. Stay here for a few nights instead of doing the steep and un-marked Quilotoa Loop. Take truck...More
Wow what an amazing place. As an environmentalist myself i usually scorn at places using the eco-tag but this is for real. Amazing veggie meals, composting toilets, rainfed water.. The place is totally amazing too. Unreal views, the highest frisbee golf course in the world...More
The manager of the eco lodge is incredibly hospitable and welcoming, he makes you feel comfortable and anticipates your every need.
The hostel is very pricey for Ecuadorian standards and the location, given the nearby ones offer the same package for almost half the price...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!"