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The Green House was the most incredible way to experience Peru! The bed & breakfast is situated right in the heart of the sacred valley and is surrounded by breathtaking views - mountains, waterfalls, and more! Kelly, the owner, is a wonderful human being and...More
Amazing! Everything about The Green House was fantastic. Gorgeous views, hammocks to relax in, beautiful living spaces...Kelly, the owner, was incredibly accommodating. Ask her for recommendations on any activities/restaurants in the area. She helped myself and the group of girls I was with figure out...More
I stayed at the green house for three weeks, and it was easily the most relaxing three weeks. The staff is absolutely wonderful, whether it be the owner Kelly, or the cleaning women, they are all so warm and became family. They give great recommendations...More
This is an unique place in the world.
The house, the garden, the living room and the rooms are really wonderful, and do allow a great contact with the nature around.
We had the pleasure to meet Lisa, who makes this place so cozy and...More
The Green House was easily one of the best places in the world we've stayed. It's a gorgeous B&B surrounded by a bubbling brook and towering mountains. Kelly is the ultimate host -- passionate about where she lives and carrying for her guests and three...More
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Hi! In all Peru the septic systems aren't up to western standards, so paper thrown in the toilet can cause, over time, back ups to the pipes- we empty trash every day in each room and each bin has a lid over it. So it isn't... More
Hi! In all Peru the septic systems aren't up to western standards, so paper thrown in the toilet can cause, over time, back ups to the pipes- we empty trash every day in each room and each bin has a lid over it. So it isn't waste that accumulates over days at all.
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