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I stayed here with my Finance and we had the most incredible time of our lives. The setting of the property is absolutely stunning located in a gorgeous sunny and peaceful valley. The rooms are pristine & cozy and the main communal dining room/living room...More
The Green House was perfect for us, and Kelly was an amazing host. Our plans changed last minute and we had to ask if we could come one day earlier than previously scheduled. Kelly granted our request and was very accommodating!! The property is breathtaking!...More
So grateful for my days at the beautiful Green House! The energy of the space, both inside and outdoors, is so beautiful, so inviting, and so inspiring. The outdoor area is truly magical - I so enjoyed my days laying in the hammock, reading and...More
When we arrived at The Green House after 14 hours trip from Nazca to Cusco then Sacred Valley, I wasn't in a great shape. The trip wasn't as easy as we had thought but The Green House welcomed us better than we could imagine. An...More
My girlfriend and I visited the Greenhouse last spring for a week, it was exactly what we needed. Stunning views out the bedroom windows with a trail right out front leading up to the mountains. Home cooked breakfasts and dinners were incredible. I can't wait...More
I noticed the sign regarding no paper in the toilets. Could you explain how that works so that the room doesn't take on an unpleasant odor? Thanks
9 August 2016|
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Response from Kelly929 | Property representative | Reviewed this property |
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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