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Hotels by region: The coffee region, Colombia

The following hotels match your request. Our LF recommended logorecommendations are properties that we particularly like, independent of budget.

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    Casa Sazagua

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    Country hotel - Pereira
    Casa Sazagua is a small, tasteful boutique hotel on the outskirts of Pereira, half way in between the Cocora Valley and the main coffee plantations around Chinchiná. The décor is modern and stylish with light wooden furniture creating a warm, friendly atmosphere. There is a large restaurant open to the public which serves delicous food and overlooks a colourful tropical garden and good-sized outside pool. Read more»
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    Hacienca Venecia

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    Hacienda - Manizales
    A traditional coffee finca about 40 minutes from Manizales which sits at 1,500m. The main house is a traditional period building which dates back to the late 19th century and has remained in the same family for over 120 years. It is one of the largest coffee haciendas in the region and sits in a valley where the River Claro runs through mountains carpeted in coffee plantations. The well-kept gardens attract an abundance of birdlife, there is lovely outdoor pool, a veranda and there are a number of walking trails around the property and through the surrounding plantations. Read more»
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    Hacienda Bambusa

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    Country hotel - Armenia
    A typical two-storey hacienda with bamboo features in the heart of the coffee region, and with views to nearby mountains and local farms. There is an outdoor pool and restaurant, and the garden has a beautiful collection of tropical flowers such as heliconia and orchids. Read more»
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    Hacienda San José

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    Estancia/Ranch - Pereira
    Dating back to 1888, San Jose is a wonderful hacienda surrounded by spacious grounds and colourful gardens, situated at the heart of the coffee triangle in between Pereira and Chinchina. Owned and run by the Mejía Jaramillo family, the traditional two-story hacienda is full of charming colonial décor, period furniture and family mementos, an elegant testament to a by-gone era. There is an open verandah running the length of the building where breakfast and meals can be served while towards the back, a paved patio enclosing an elegant pool and Jacuzzi. Read more»
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    Casa San Carlos Lodge

    Country hotel - Pereira
    A luxury lodge with views across well kept gardens and open farmland, in the heart of the coffee region. This unique property has been primarily built with guadua (bamboo) and many pieces found throughout the lodge have been made by local artisans. There is a lovely outdoor swimming pool, a hot-tub, bar and restaurant. Read more»
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    Finca el Delirio

    Inn/Posada - Armenia
    El Delirio is a charming traditional finca just above the town of Montenegro close to Armenia. It has a small, colourful garden and pool, and there are lovely views of the snow-capped mountains in the distance (on a good day). Run by a local family, the finca has been immaculately decorated with family heirlooms, fine period furniture and plenty of homely touches. There is an elegant dining room that leads onto an outdoor terrace with lovely, light wooden furniture at the back of the house. The kitchen is wonderful with traditional tiles and a warm, authentic feel. Read more»
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    Finca Villa Nora

    Hacienda - Quimbaya (near Armenia)
    A lovely old house run by a very friendly couple who will welcome you into their home with open arms. The house has been in their family for generations and is decorated with family momentos and riding gear. There is an outdoor pool and the food is very tasty. Read more»

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