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All reviewssanta martathe ownergreat viewsunset viewtree housemain areaprivate hutglass of cold watervegetarian foodgado gadofew stairsgreat vibecommunal dinnerworth the climbyoga classesgreat opportunitystayed for one night
We really enjoyed our stay here. The views are spectacular and staff very accommodating. Delicious and big portion breakfast and dinner. The huts are perfect for couples. We'll.definitrly come back here again
Great place where to spend at least 2 night. Nice staff, international travellers ambient, rustic Wood houses with amazing views and veggie food, makes that you dont want to leave this pleace ...it is the best of Minca. PS: great cocktails at sunset!
Partner and I stayed here for two nights and had an incredible time. Beautiful views and sunsets, combined with a social but relaxed atmosphere. Very friendly and helpful staff as well. Ate great food with new friends and enjoyed every minute. Don't write many reviews...More
This hostel has all it takes. A beautiful wooden house hidden high up in the mountains of Minca. You have to take the stairs to get there (20min). But its all so worth it. We slept in the hammocks and the cabins and they where...More
By far the best concept in town to offer such amazing views. Casa Luna has the best view by far. The huts are best described as basic glamping.
Do not leave here before you have breakfast. No where in town can challenge the quality of...More
Response from rachelbesenyei | Reviewed this property |
Yea I think there are! You'll have to have a private single/ double suite though I imagine. If the suitcase is small then you'll have no problem but I wouldn't bring a big one - much easier to bring a small backpack and... More
Yea I think there are! You'll have to have a private single/ double suite though I imagine. If the suitcase is small then you'll have no problem but I wouldn't bring a big one - much easier to bring a small backpack and leave your big case at the hostel you were in before. I also don't think I saw anyone that you could pay to help but might be wrong. Enjoy!