Hacienda San Agustin de Callo

Built on the site of an Inca palace 

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Hacienda San Agustin de Callo is nestled in the foothills of Ecuador’s Cotopaxi volcano, built on the site of an Inca palace, surrounded by beautiful Andean villages.

The cosy guestrooms and suites, all with fireplaces, are decorated with beautiful murals, brightly painted walls, local textiles and carved wooden furniture. The six suites and four rooms are spread across three separate houses within the property with no two alike. Enjoy delicious home cooked Andean specialities served in the dining area where you can also appreciate the impressive views of Cotopaxi. The drawing room is a welcoming area to relax after dinner and chat with fellow guests.

Set in the countryside, you can enjoy an array of activities. Hiking and riding are a great way to explore the surrounding area, Cotopaxi National Park is just a short drive away and colourful indigenous markets can be found in the villages of Saquisili, Pujili and Zumbahua. The property is also built on the site of an Inca palace, one of the two most important archaeological Inca sites in Ecuador.

Enjoy a unique family-run Hacienda that is steeped in history. 

Why we like it

  • Colonial Hacienda
  • Great for exploring Cotopaxi
  • Near colorful indigenous markets
  • Built on the site of an Incan fortress
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