A Rural Bed-and-Breakfast Near Huaraz, Peru
This six-acre property, with a working farm and five residential structures totaling nine bedrooms, sits just outside the city of Huaraz, in western Peru, 12,000 feet above sea level at the base of the Cordillera Blanca mountain range.
Designed by the current owners, Wayne and Diana Lamphier, from Canada, the site was completed in 2006 and opened as the Lazy Dog Inn bed-and-breakfast. It includes a three-bedroom, three-bath main lodge with a vaulted ceiling and skylight, a three-bedroom cabin, two family-sized cabins that sleep four to five people, each with a fireplace and one bathroom, and a smaller one-bedroom cabin. The main lodge was recently expanded to allow for more social distancing.
Also on site are seven greenhouses and gardens with potatoes, beans, quinoa, tomatoes, broccoli and other vegetables. Eight horse stables, a training ring, a tool room, a storage shed and a sauna dot the rest of the farm. A Native American tepee with four single beds is also available for guests.
Andean Alliance, and invest in a community center they built that sits outside the boundaries of the tract for sale.
“In a nutshell, our quality of life here is so much more than a dollar figure,” Mr. Lamphier said. “It’s about having a healthy and rewarding lifestyle, a cross-cultural exchange with the local community, and living in a comfortable, beautiful place.”
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