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Thanks to one of our recent guests for these great photos! Hosteria Rose Cottage and its friendly staff and animals are waiting for your visit soon!
Hosteria Rose Cottage is offering guests free escorted morning walks in the Mojanda area from our grounds each day from 30 December ’20 – 23 January 2021 . Routes will vary from day to day, typically will last 2-3 hours. Just let us know when you book if you want[…]
We are open once again since August and ready to welcome you. We are following all the Covid advice from the tourist board, and social distancing is no problem here with all the space on our land and the 7 different houses guests have to choose from. It’s always quiet[…]
Hosteria Rose Cottage with its lovely views over 4 volcanoes is as always open for business during the holidays, come and stay with us and enjoy a 20% discount if you stay 2 nights, or 10% for a one night stay! Just email us on email@example.com to make a booking!
Relax in the mountains overlooking Otavalo and enjoy a peaceful stay in beautiful surroundings. Get some fresh air hiking in the mountains, play tennis at 2800 metres and relax in front of the fire or in our jacuzzi! We are offering special rates for some dates if you stay 2[…]
We are very pleased to advise that a new bus service has recently started between Otavalo bus station and our Hosteria in Mojandita, on the road to the Mojanda Lakes. Every 40 minutes in daytime a bus leaves Otavalo to Mojandita, and then returns to Otavalo bus station. It stops[…]
We want to show you the improvements we have made to our Hosteria during the first 3 months of this year! To encourage visitors to come we are offering 20% off our best double rooms which are in Casa Fuya Fuya and Casa Rose Cottage, reducing the price to $52[…]
We have been recognised by booking.com for our great guests experiences in 2016. We look forward to more of the same this year!
The earthquake on the coast in the province of Manabi has not affected Hosteria Rose Cottage, we are in the province of Imbabura in the Andes about 100 miles from the epicentre on the coast. We had 11 visitors in the Hosteria when the earthquake happened, they felt hardly anything.[…]