Caserio Valuz is a peaceful place to stay in the countryside. The inn is nestled in the mountains of Zambrano, about one hour north of Tegucigalpa. At an altitude of 1400 meters, the weather is exquisite year-round, and the tranquil mountain atmosphere leaves guests feeling rejuvenated and at peace.
You are invited to choose from a variety of accommodations including single, double, triple, and
quadruple rooms. A five-bed private cabin and a ten-bed mixed dormitory are also available. Every room includes linens, towels, and a private bathroom.
The gated property truly has the feel of a country home. Outside, a wrap-around patio with
hammocks and chairs offers views of the beautiful mountains and landscape. Inside, many of the rooms include private balconies overlooking the lush vegetation. Beautiful art pieces adorn the walls and tables throughout.
Guests may choose to purchase meals prepared by the inn from fresh, locally-grown produce or eat out at any number of nearby comedores. A full bar stocks beer, wine, and many fine liquors.
Locally, the town of Zambrano offers two Internet cafes, many small food stores, several churches with Sunday services, and access to the nearby nature reserves.
Guests are welcome to lounge around the property or arrange tours to the many nearby natural and cultural attractions. Please be aware that the nearest bank and ATM are 45 minutes north of Zambrano by bus.
check in: anytime between 9 and 22 h
check out: anytime between 7 and 22 h
breakfast, lunch, and dinner meals are available
fresh drinking water is always free
cash only, credit cards are not accepted
cancellation policy 48 hours
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