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We felt so comfortable and well cared for at Jenna's, all due in large part to Jenna herself. She has many years of experience in Pana and has a wealth of information to share. She suggested restaurants and side trips, lined up transportation to local...More
My Girlfriend and I stayed here in Mid January 2016 and loved it. It is an incredibly charming and quirky place, with each room being very unique, and art and gorgeous vegetation everywhere. We had an incredibly relaxing time and met some wonderful people while...More
Great place to relax and meet new people. Yurt was a wonderful experience, very comfortable and unique!
Towels and linen all top notch. Communal Breakfast superb and different every day.
Jenna shared willingly her experience of the area and made great suggestions for each day...More
We have stayed for 2 nights in Jenna's Bed&Breakfast. The room was clean, the bed was comfortable, the shower water was nice and hot. Jenna was a great host (really friendly and nice to talk to). The last day we had to depart very early...More
If you want to stay in Panajachel this is a really nice B&B. The owner, Jenna, has the energy, the social intelligence, the kindness, and the patience to make this an excellent and comfortable base for exploring the surroundings.
A wonderful family style breakfast gives...More
Response from Jennifer B | Property representative |
Hello, this is Jennifer from Jenna's B&B. Depending on the time of your flight arrival there are two collective shuttle options at 11am and 2:30pm. Cost is $25 per person to panajachel. It takes about 4 1/2 to 5 hours... More
Hello, this is Jennifer from Jenna's B&B. Depending on the time of your flight arrival there are two collective shuttle options at 11am and 2:30pm. Cost is $25 per person to panajachel. It takes about 4 1/2 to 5 hours because they go through Antigua picking up other propel.
If you want to go with a private shuttle. The cost is $100 for the trip, not per person, and it takes about 2:1/2 to 3 hours depending on traffic.
If you would like me to arrange either one please write to me at my email address.