Nestled in the quiet Eucalyptus forest of Pisaq, this cozy adobe house welcomes single travelers or couples. With majestic views of the Pisaq ruins, corn fields and valley, this brand new place offers a perfect stay.
This brand new adobe (mud-brick) house offers the peace of the valley with the warmth of the sun. Lounge on a blanket on the green grassy garden or enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee on the balcony in the morning.
The house has one bedroom upstairs with lots of light and warm sun. The bed is comfortable with a big comfy quilt, a dresser, night stand and lamp.
The kitchen is simple with a stunning view of the valley but equipped with a small stove, electric kettle and all you need to prepare simple meals. There is also a refrigerator.
The bathroom has an electric shower with nice hot water.
The house is a 15 minute walk from town.
Pick up keys at Ayni Jewelry and Art in Pisaq town. Airport pickup can be arranged from Cusco for an additional price (1 hour journey). Preferred meetup in Pisaq town.
The house is along a dirt road and up a stone pathway. Not suitable for travelers with physical difficulties. The road is lit at night but BRING A FLASHLIGHT for evening walks up the stone pathway.
Interaction with guests
We own and run Ayni jewelry and art in Pisaq town and are available to help you during your stay but do not reside onsite.
NEW wifi onsite!
Other things to note
BRING A FLASHLIGHT
Just around the corner from Melissa Wasi ans Sacred Valley tribe events as well as Nidra Wasi, one of the best yoga centers in the valley
- Bring a flash light, the evening walk to the house can be dark
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
I am originally from Seattle, WA, living in Cusco, Peru for 13 years. I founded a special education school in Cusco (Manos Unidas Peru). I am married with two young children. My husband is a jewelry artist and runs his own shop in Pisaq.