• Hacienda Hato Verde, Ecuador

About Hacienda Hato Verde, Cotopaxi Province

About Hacienda Hato Verde, Cotopaxi Province

This beautiful hacienda in the stunning Cotopaxi Province has been restored in strict keeping with its original style, using the same materials and techniques – all locally sourced. This colonial and rustic style is combined with a warm and friendly atmosphere, where guests are invited to share their time and break bread with the owners.

Hacienda hato verde Details


Well remodelled Hacienda in a traditional, colonial and rustic style.


In the Cotopaxi Province, an hour and 15 minutes drive down the Latacunga highway from the capital of Ecuador, Quito. Surrounded by high volcanic peaks, the hacienda is just a few kilometres from the main entrance to Cotopaxi National Park, a great location for many of the tourist attractions in the area.

Accommodation & Facilities

The elegant rooms all have rustic style bathrooms with relaxing bath tubs, in keeping with the style of the room. Beds are extremely comfortable and each room has a warming fireplace, for the perfect relaxing atmosphere.

Tea and coffee is available at all times and there is a nice lounge area in which guests can relax whilst their delicious meals are prepared.


Fine cuisine is served and the kitchen houses a traditional log wood oven which is perfect for baking break and home made pizzas.


Close by are the markets and indigenous groups of Saquisili Latacunga, Pujili and Ambato and the lakes of Yambo, Quilotoa and Anteojos. There are wonderful nature walks to enjoy or to explore via horseback or mountain bike. Hato Verde even owns its own entrance to the volcano that only guests may use and tours can be done here via vehicle or horse.

Child Policy

Children are welcome.

Responsible Tourism

Hato Verde employs numerous techniques to help sustainability and conservation of the area, such as employing local staff and educating them to switch off lights when they’re not in use. Hato Verde also works as a dairy ranch with 86 acres of land, using only Ecuadorian labourers. The fruits of their labour are sold within the area to contribute to the community. Much of the food you will consume here is sourced locally, milk produced from the farm can be found in some of the cheese, butter and cream etc and vegetables are picked from their very own garden. Conservational methods are used when it comes to waste and composting and they plant about 1,000 trees a year and try to reduce waste by re-using items as much as possible.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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