Excellent house with a large yard and a great view. Also, very quiet and very relaxing. They have 'Hot Spings' here!
Very good location for familes with children 'over' 2 years old. There is a children's carousel in the back and a dry erase board for teaching or meetings. The house has a brand new washing machine and a clothes line. There is a full service kitchen with oven, stove, refrigerator, microwave, silverware and dishes. The voltage is 220v/50hz. This is the case for most of South America, with the exception of Columbia, Venezuela, Ecuador and French Guiana, which are 120v/60hz. American plugs will work; but you will need a transformer (step down), which can be purchased in either of the two malls on 'Avenida Evitamiento.' In the 'Plaza Vea' mall there is a Radio Shack and a Home Depot, where you can buy these items at a resonable price. BTW, your laptops and cell phone chargers will usually be rated for dual voltage, so you can usually just plug these into any outlet; but your power strips will need to be plugged into the transformer, or you will have to purchase a local one rated for 220v.
The food is very inexpensive here; and breakfast or lunch in Puylucana, where the house is located, will cost about S/. 5.00. That's equivalent to about US $1.48. Grocery prices are equivalent. Dinner will cost a little more, around S/. 15.00. This is about US $ 4.44. The exchange rate is S/. 3.38 to US $ 1.00, at the time of writing, 6 October, 2016. In more rural areas, like Puylucana, the purchasing power of the Peruvian Sol (PEN) is almost twice that of the city, for consumable items; a very good bargain indeed.
You will need a USB dongle for your laptop for a data connection, if you want to get Internet at the house; or you can tether to your cell phone. Most new cell phones will allow you to create a WiFi Hotspot. You may have to purchase a local SIM card from Claro or Entel at the mall though. Data roaming has not worked for me. There are however two Internet cafes in the neighborhood that open after 2 pm.
You can purchase food and other necessities, such as cooking gas locally. There is a sophisticated grocery store called 'Castope,' 5 minutes down the hill in 'Banos del Inca.' The Hot Spings are also located there. They have most of the normal items you would expect to find in an American grocery store. 'El Super Castope' is located next to the 'grifa' (Gasoline Station), in Banos del Inca. They have 91 & 95 octane. The gasoline is expensive. A 12 gallon tank will cost about US $47.00. This is typical for Peru.
There is no onsite manager, as the owner lives in Cajamarca with her husband. You will have full access to the house; and YOU will be in charge. No parties, however! Best for mature people, couples.