The hacienda is located in the southern part of the coffee region, in a place privileged by its environment and climate. As you arrive in the hacienda, you feel immerse in a labyrinth of plantain, manioc, orange and pineapple plantations, among others. The narrow roads slowly take you to a unique place. Surrounded by bamboo guadua forests, rivers and creeks, the hacienda raises cattle and cultivates cocoa, ginger, plantains, bananas, and tangerines, among others.

Landscapes are stunning, and the diversity of its flora and fauna make it a small paradise. Among its appeals we can highlight exotic flowers such as heliconia, more than 100 species of birds, and a good number of mammals such as monkeys, foxes, armadillos, and pacas among others.



By Airplane: The hacienda is located 12 km (7.5 miles) from El Eden International Airport. Currently, there are non-stop flights from Bogota (Avianca), Medellin (ADA) and Fort Lauderdale (Spirit).

By Car: The hacienda is located 9 km (5.5 miles) from the Bogota – Cali road, and 30 km (18.5 miles) from the city of Armenia.


We have 7 impeccably presented rooms, spacious and comfortable, ideally arranged for rest and relaxation, with a view of the swimming pool and/or the hotel gardens. All of them have private bathrooms, and enjoy a private balcony, a small sitting area, and a hammock. All our rooms are provided with fine bed and bath linen, satellite TV and Wi-Fi, and have either king-size beds, double beds, or single beds. Some have a maximum occupancy of 2 adults, and others are designed to accommodate up to 3 adults and a child.


The restaurant is run by Luz Adriana Martinez, owner of Bakkho restaurant in Calarca, Quindio. She serves a delicate and delicious variety of haute cuisine dishes exclusively for our guests. Many of the dishes are prepared with products that are cultivated on the hacienda.