Casa De Reposo El Boqueron
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Whilst visiting Trujillo and Huanchaco I opted to stay in the latter, at Casa De Reposo El Boqueron, Av. Ricardo Palma 330 (between Sanchez and Barrenechea), Tel: (044) 461968, Email: email@example.com. This small, secure and comfortable friendly run Hospedaje was excellent value for money at only 10 soles per person per night. The six rooms all with communal bathroom (three bathrooms) are of a good size - offering decent beds, cable TV (with over ninety channels) and free WI-FI. There is a lounge and kitchen area for guests use, as well as free use of the washing machine. The pleasant owner Maria is extremely welcoming and lived in France for over thirty years. Two of the rooms offer one double bed and the other four have two single beds - but these do have enough space to squeeze in a third if required. Located at north end of town, this is a more relaxing, quieter place to stay than some of the other Hostals/Hospedaje in Huanchaco. If you're looking for a party Hostal/Hospedaje with a bar, then look elsewhere.
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