4 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms, 1 Half Bathroom, Sleeps 8 to 10
- english, spanish
About Alberto Atienza
Retired engineer and constructor that design and build the house
Alberto Atienza purchased this Lodge in 1985
Why Alberto Atienza chose Coabey
Singular construction using native hard woods. Door and windows are more than 100 years old recovered from Hacienda Saliente (grandfather) house. Living and dining rooms are furnished with antique from grandmother house.
What makes this Lodge unique
Located in a private 40 acres farm is a peace of heaven an the mountain area.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Mr. Alberto's hacienda waa amazing it was everything we asked for. My family and I enjoyed our stay there I would definitely come back to it. It was peaceful and lovely sunsets thank you for sharing your beautiful home.
Is close to all the most popular places of tourist interest in Jayuya
Great place to relax.
Lovely, second time
We had a lovely time, this is a beautiful spot!
Beautiful house situated in the mountains close to the river. Close to everything. Clean and quiet place . Excelent for relaxation and meditation. Enjoyed the place very much.
A little piece of paradise in Jayuya
My family and I recently stayed at this beautiful mountain retreat and absolutely loved the experience. The owner, Alberto Atienza, was very courteous and runs a very clean, well-equipped property that will enchant young and old alike. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, the kitchen fully equipped, has space for up to three cars, and the terrace wraps around three sides of the property allowing visitors to be entranced by the mountain views and the melodic river that flows on one side of the property. We enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back to enjoy it again. I highly recommend Casa Campo Jayuya for your mountain getaway!
Gorgeous views, comfortable beds, accessible host assistant
This spacious house with stunning views and impressive architectural salvaged pieces from the owner's family home was a relaxing space for our family to start our Puerto Rican vacation. The small, friendly town of Jayuya was lovely to walk around, but unfortunately it was impossible to locate dinner. Nothing was open for any meals on Monday, and the restaurant that the owner recommended was closed on Tuesday. We went to the local grocery for bread, eggs, and items to grill. We decided to start our trip here to visit and sample at coffee growers, but only one was open due to continuing issues with electricity. (Tres Picachos was beautiful.)