Residents stay in one of our seven light-filled high-ceilinged rooms, which are furnished and decorated in a restrained style to suit the architecture of the late-19th century hacienda building. Most of these rooms open directly onto the large veranda which offers striking views over the coffee-growing valley towards the volcano known as Citlaltépetl or Pico de Orizaba, the highest peak in Mexico and third highest in North America, at 5,610 meters. We have room for up to 15 people at any one time.
Depending on how many rooms are occupied, the bathrooms are shared between two or three rooms.
The traditional Mexican kitchen is fully equipped with a stove, fridge, larder, coffee-maker, microwave oven and kitchen utensils. A number of essentials are provided such as water, coffee, tea, cooking oil, sugar and herbs and spices.
There are a range of common areas including terraces, gardens and a large multi-purpose space with wireless Internet access.
Those residents using the printing workshop have 24-hour access to the space.