Posada del Puruay

Carretera a Porcon Km 4.5, Cajamarca

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Nestled away in the rural area surrounding Cajamarca, the Posada del Puruay provides guests with a tranquil place to retreat to that is only a 15-minute drive away from the city. The hotel’s spacious rooms and kid-friendly amenities make it an excellent choice for families. Triple Rooms for three people may be reserved and meet the needs of families rather well. Some of the extensive kid-friendly offerings at the hotel include a club for kids, horseback riding, a playground, an in-room DVD player, a game room and bicycling. Wi-Fi and breakfast are included with your stay. Guests can enjoy authentic Peruvian and international cuisines at the onsite restaurant.

Our Editor Loves

  • Playground and picnic area onsite
  • Horseback riding and other activities
  • Colonial style rooms for families

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Children Programs
  • DVD
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Refrigerator


Great Family Holiday !!

by Misstang2108

This place is great if you are travelling with kids, the staff is super friendly and helpful, the gardens are awesome & they have plenty of things to do with kids. My only comment is that the bathrooms could use an update !! We had a great time !!!

A lovely retreat about 20 minutes away from downtown Cajamarca

by aestheticangel

This gracious inn welcomed us hospitably even though Expedia had botched the reservation. We had the place nearly to ourselves in the off-season, very much appreciated the comfortable beauty that surrounded us and readiness to please in every way. With their help, we had a wonderful driver (Saul) to take us to Cumbe Mayo and the baths of the Inca. We also had a super-lame, supposedly English-speaking driver to take us to Kuntur Wasi. I don't blame the inn for this, but do be on your guard if you request that they arrange an English-speaking guide. Back at the inn, consider taking them up on their trout-fishing lessons (we missed our chance at this), and by all means order the trout at dinner!