Colonial Mountain Villa In La Palma, Chalatenango (el Salvador).
Las Piñuelas Villa is unique in it's location and architecture. Located in the Highlands of Chalatenango (El Salvador), it's name comes from Nahuatl: "Valley of waters and sand". During the colonial period, this region was an important center for the production of Indigo Dye. Today, it has become a tourist's paradise, a safe and quiet town in an agricultural plain. The Villa has 4 beautiful suites and a small creek that runs through the property, surrounded by pine trees and natural landscape.
"Las Piñuelas" villa is nestled in a private "finca", built with natural materials by a renown Mexican Architect. It has 3 Junior Suites (1 with private bathroom, 2 with shared bathroom and a full Master Suite) which can be rented individually. During the hot season, it provides a pleasant and cool temperature, with spacious and cozy rooms for couples, as well as amazing hand-crafted details to discover. The house itself is a remarkable experience, being one-of-a-kind in the region making your stay pleasurable and relaxing.
Guests have access to their rooms, dining area, patios and gardens.
Other things to note
- Massage Therapy upon request.
- The villa has 4 suites which are rented out according to the season.
- Availability to book the entire Villa upon request.
During your stay, our staff will be on site 24/7 to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Pedro (our guardian), Isabel (housekeeping) and our in-house Manager will be delighted to service you with the best local food and luxury treatment!
The neighborhood is safe, quiet and very colorful. Just a 5 minute drive from our property and you will discover the small town of La Palma, a picturesque village with cool climate and beautiful scenery; it is characterized by it's painted walls and wooden crafts manufactured on site. You may also find a small crafts market with local pottery, textiles and fine embroidery. A 10 minute drive to the next town of San Ignacio is a must! It offers various attractions and cultural, natural and handicraft patrimony. It has the Cerro El Pital site, the highest place in El Salvador at an altitude of 2,730 AMSL, an excellent panoramic view of the region, the Cuevas del Partideño, Los Encuentros River, La Golondrina waterfalls, Peña de Cayahuanca, Sumpul River, Atlacatl Boy Scout camp, a Central Park and Loma de la Cruz Park. It has a wide array of urban/mountain dining options.
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