Explore exciting activities

 The B&B is now in its 16th year in Panajachel and we are happy to guide you in exploring the local culture including; the best local sites and tours, schedules for artisan market days and the ultimate culinary stops at different villages around the lake. Lounge around the outside pool where the gardens are fabulous and there is a very nice Yoga platform under a palm thatched roof.


  • Full breakfast with typical Guatemalan and International breakfasts
  • Laundry, ironing and daily cleaning of the yurts are a standard
  • Well stocked library
  • Cable Television
  • Good free Wifi
  • On-Site Spa Services upon request
  • Smoke Free Property
  • 24 hour front desk service
  • Good gym in Panajachel
  • Daily cleaning is a standard service.

Taste The Best

Meals and drinks can be ordered to your yurt but be advised that we are in the middle of a natural forested area and crumbs and food will attract ants, spiders and scorpions.

On a side note, scorpions in this area are not lethal. Similar painful sting as a bee or wasp.

Smoke free property.


Massges can be ordered with a little advance notice.
We have a Mayan wood fired sauna which can be ordered with a couple of hours notice.

Free Wifi is accessible in all the yurts, gardens and terraces.


Plan on visiting the Natural Reserve with its hanging bridges, zip lines and exotic animals.

You can go kayaking, horseback riding and hiking up the volcanoes.

There are 11 villages around Lake Atitlan apart from Panajachel which can be visited by boat or by car. Each one has its own speciality in handicrafts. They are set against the mountain sides and at the base of the volcanoes and its lots of fun to go on day trips with the small boats that ferry people around on a regular basis.

What's Nearby?

The nearby town of Chichicastenango is an hour ride away by shuttle which can be arranged by Jenna. Market days are on Thursdays and Sundays and are a busy must for visitors to the highlands. It is an interesting town nestled in the mountains and attracts artisans from many villages in Guatemala to come and sell their wares.