3 separate, fully furnished, 2+ bedroom, 200m2 villas, designed consciously, utilizing natural materials and being as kind to the land as possible.
The Sacred Valley of Peru, along the Vilcanota River, stretches for a hundred kilometers between Pisac and Machu Picchu. Sacred to the Incas and home to a still vibrant native Quechua community, it contains some of the most beautiful natural sites as well as the majority of ruins built during the Empire of the Incas. It is a succession of picturesque towns and beautiful colonial churches burrowed in the crevices of majestic mountain ranges. The Sacred Valley of the Incas is an important historical tourist attraction known worldwide for its handicraft artisanal markets, geographical majesty, and cultural depth and relevance. The Sacred Valley offers you the advantage of a better climate at a lower altitude and calmer environment than the main city of Cusco.
3 houses with beautiful gardens, all nestled in the cradle of the Andes that is the Sacred Valley of the Incas, with unbeatable views of the surrounding mountains, and each come equipped with everything needed for a perfect stay. All three villas provide and feature: sleeping accommodations for up to six people (2 king beds + one double or 1 king, one double, and 2 twins); 2 full baths; full kitchen with all appliances, dishes, and more; luxury bedding and towels; indoor and outdoor lounges; fireplace; private gardens; shared outdoor space with fire pit; storage and more.
MAIN LEVEL – 1 Bedroom, 1 full bath, Two-story great room with fireplace and floor to ceiling windows, Kitchenette. SECOND LEVEL – 1 Bedroom, 1 full bath, Loft-area with sofa bed overlooking the first floor. ADDITIONAL – Private outdoor lounge areas and gardens, Shared outdoor space with firepit, Storage.
With stunning views from all angles, each of the 3 Villas is built using traditional, natural, and local materials achieving a wonderful harmony with nature while providing modern comfort and amenities.
A little more than one hour by car from Cusco, these great connected properties are centrally located to everything you could want to do or see within the Sacred Valley; ruins, pueblos, and other places of interest, touristic and off the beaten path. There is something here for everyone; active to creative, to mellow. Peruvian cooking classes, Cycling, Kayaking/Water Rafting, Horseback Riding, Hikes, and plant ceremonies. The view from these properties is of the most sacred of the mountains: Pitusiray, the feminine Apu. There are hiking paths abounding along the river that rushes behind the properties, or up to the waterfall of Arin. Located in the Village of Huaran, situated right in the middle of the Valley – with easy accessibility to everything, yet set back a bit from the main road so you truly have that feeling of tucking away from the buzz of the valley.