Casa Nuestra Peru B&B
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Nuestra Peru B&B Lima
Casa Nuestra was a great place to stay, Tess was our hostess and she was very helpful. Tess told us she is European and came to Peru with her boyfriend on holiday a few years ago, they decided to stay and are currently taking care of Casa Nuestra as the owners prepare another accommodation they acquired in Northern Peru. Tess gave us recommendations for dinner as we requested seafood with local flavors, she also advised us on shops and things to visit in the area. We had to leave before breakfast was set to be served so Tess put out some fixings for us early and called a cab for us. The room was clean with a shared bath, warm shower and warm bed. The bed wasn't the most comfortable I've slept in but it was sufficient - for some reason I had a really hard time sleeping this particular night with terrible allergies and tossing/turning without getting comfortable, can't say if it was related to the room or just my body. The house decor is charmingly eclectic with a great vibe. Barranco was a super fun neighborhood to stay in, I definitely recommend this spot for the host, the charm and the location.
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