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The Green House is wonderful. Brian and Gabriel are both so warm and inviting, you feel like you're staying with long-lost relatives. The rooms are beautifully decorated and cosy, and the view of the mountains in the background is stunning. It was the perfect place to...More
I'm simply going to add to the torrent of glowing notices that the Green House receives; too hard to find fault with what Bryan and Gabriel are doing here. Its pretty inspired really. We planned this into our trip, based not on the area or...More
The B&B is a beautiful little gem, with views to die for. We cannot recommend this place enough to anyone who have at least 1-2 days where they wish to relax and regain their energy whilst travelling in the area. The best thing that we...More
My husband and I stayed at The Green House while exploring the sites in the Sacred Valley. Bryan and Gabriel are amazing! Bryan who is very funny is a joy to talk to and is extremely accommodating. Gabriel is a wonderful chef who kept us...More
We had the good fortune to spend a couple of nights at the Green House during our visit to the Sacred Valley. It felt as though we were visiting friends. Bryan and Gabrielle were excellent hosts who served excellent breakfasts and dinners, encouraged conversations among...More
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.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions :)