This 230-year-old renovated colonial mansion gives plenty of comfort and a whole lotta atmosphere for the peso. The building's bright blue-and-yellow interiors evoke its colorful history. It was once the local police post (check out the preserved holding cell) and is reputedly haunted (our TV popped on by itself at 2:49am. No, we weren't sleeping on the remote!).
Some rooms are decorated with tasteful wooden furnishings, while simpler, newer cabañas offer five beds each. Try to get the Paso de Balcones room upstairs, which has phenomenal mountain views from its private porch.
All rooms have quality features like satellite TV, wi-fi, hardwood floors and renovated bathrooms. The gorgeous fossil-strewn courtyard with a babbling brook will lull you to sleep. Service is top-notch and it's also one of the best places in town to eat (meals COP$7000 to COP$18,000).
The hotel is one of the town's few places that accepts credit and debit cards; staff can also organize a cash advance if you run out of funds.
La Posada del Molino Campestre is set in El Cocuy. Complimentary WiFi is provided throughout the property. A continental breakfast is served daily at the property. A bicycle rental service is available at this property and cycling can be enjoyed nearby.
Please inform La Posada del Molino Campestre in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.