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We stayed in Jean's Home in late April / early June for four nights. It was a great place to stay. Gundi (who runs the place and cooks a great breakfast every morning for you) was incredibly helpful. She met us on the dock at...More
We stayed at Jean's Home for 9 days in April. Gundi truly goes out of her way to insure that guests have a great vacation. She gave us many recommendations for day tour boat operators and places to visit - and everything she suggested was...More
Gundi who owns this place is so kind, helpful and informative. She knows everything there is to know about Galapagos and speaks English, Spanish and German which is really useful. We stayed in the four-bed bungalow which has a kitchen. It was a wonderful place...More
During our recent visit to the Galapagos we stayed three nights at Jean’s Home in Puerto Ayora.
Jean’s Home is a Bed & Breakfast on the other site of the harbour of Puerto Ayora. There is no road to that part of the town so...More
We chose Jean's Home because of the positive reviews previous guests wrote and we can now add our own. We cannot find another word than "perfect" to describe our stay at Jean's Home! From the room, to the quiet surroundings, to the garden, to the...More
Response from marklaseve | Reviewed this property |
indeed , no pets can be carried into the Galapagos. But the residents in the islands have pets. They need to be controlled by vets and sterilized. Bear in mind that 97 percent of the land surface in galapagos is a national... More
indeed , no pets can be carried into the Galapagos. But the residents in the islands have pets. They need to be controlled by vets and sterilized. Bear in mind that 97 percent of the land surface in galapagos is a national park. Puerto Ayora, where this property is, is part of the 3% excluded from the National Park.