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Single Double Triple
w/Continental Breakfast $65 $75 $85
w/Full Breakfast $75 $100 $125
w/Full Breakfast & Dinner $90 $160 $185
(4 course)
*Package (see below)
Suite: Horseback ride or hike, room, two meals & cocktails $250 Double.
Deluxe Cave Room: Horseback ride or hike, room, two meals & cocktails $215 Double.

Deluxe Caveroom:

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Recreation Room with Wifi:

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Some of Our Best Friends:

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Situated in the heart of Xetuc country (“where the mountains meet the water”) lies Finca Xetuc. Nestled at the base of Xetuc Ridge, on the Southwest shore of Lake Atitlan, Finca Xetuc is 10 kilometers from the Mayan community of Santiago Atitlan.

Finca Xetuc offers terraced gardens that are home to a vast array of fauna and wildlife. The mountain face behind the house hosts many kinds of birds and animals like toucans and parrots, ocelots and foxes, quetzals and deer, and many others. At night the lights from several lakeside villages illuminate the Lake’s surface. Featured in the gardens surrounding the house are more than 30 varieties of orchids, where many stone tables and fireplaces offer seclusion for intimate conversation. Situated below the house, closer to the Lake, are the stables, vegetable garden, and the large green lawn. From here you can meander down to the lakeside.

Once inside, you will encounter a spacious two room suite. Upon entering the salon one discovers a museum of 1.500 to 2,000 year-old Mayan antiquities unearthed in the area. The collection includes such antiquities as pottery, field instruments, figurines, and a vast array of whistles along with Guatemalan artwork, textiles, and handcrafted wood furniture. Moving through the french doors, you find yourself in the bedroom that is brought to life by the cascading corner fountain. Fresh air flows down the mountainside into the bedroom via a removable skylight which provides just enough of a breeze to keep the fireplace kindled in the evening.

The subterranean room was originally developed as a large safe room during the war. It adds another dimension to the tranquility and silence of the surrounding forest.