Casa Amelia is a beautiful small hostel located right at the seafront, where the sound of the ocean will put you to sleep at night. We hope to share with you that invaluable feeling of having found a truly special place. A place to rest and relax where everything seems to be just right!
Casa Amelia is all about feeling at home. The building is made in bungalow-style, with lots of bamboo, wood and straw roofing. Our rooms are spacious, clean and contain comfortable beds and sofas. You can see the sea from your windows and the sound of the waves will make you sleep like never before.
We hope guests will appreciate how much effort has been put in to make everything perfect. Our fully equipped guest kitchen, cozy common area with TV, Wi-Fi and guests’ computer give you all the comfort of home. The beautiful garden and roof terraces with sea view give you all you need to relax. There is a book exchange and personal book collection to lend.
We are more than ready to help you with all you need in Huanchaco. We have all the information you need for any activity you like to undertake in the surroundings. We know all about surfing if you are up for it and all 3 surf breaks are visible from our front roof terrace.
Be welcome and we hope you stay for a while!
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B&B Servizi & Politiche
- Reception 24 ore su 24
- Parcheggio per biciclette
- Giochi di società
- Scambio di libri
- Prima colazione non inclusa
- TV via cavo
- Si accettano bambini
- Carte di credito non accettate
- Accesso a Internet gratuito
- Parcheggio gratuito
- Wi-Fi gratuito
- Accesso a Internet
- Deposito bagagli
- IVA inclusa
- Asciugamani inclusi
Politica di cancellazioneQuesta proprietà ha una politica di cancellazione di 2. La mancata cancellazione entro questo intervallo di tempo si tradurrà in una penale pari alla prima notte di pernottamento.
Info Guesthouse da leggereQuesta struttura dispone di Termini e condizioni specifici.
Cancellation Policy: 2 days advance notice or 1 night penalty will be charged.
Check in from 11:30am subject to availability.
Any time of the day you can ring the doorbell to have the gate opened for you. If you arrive before 7am or after 10pm please let us know in advance.
Check out: 11.00am
Payment accepted on arrival: cash only.
Breakfast not included.
Not suitable for disabled people because of stairs.
There are pets on the property.
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More directions are on our website in the 'how to find us' section.
Taxi from Trujillo:
From any point in Trujillo you can take a taxi to Huanchaco (15 soles is a fair price). You can tell the driver to drop you at our address (Av. Victor Larco 1150). A good idea is to include 'dos casas del restaurante BigBen', they all know this restaurant. Casa Amelia has NO sign with its name and drivers will probably not know it. Look for a big black and yellow sign with a backpacker image on it in the palm tree. The location of the doorbell is marked by a smaller version of that same backpacker image on the gate.
Bus from Trujillo:
There are buses going from Trujillo to Huanchaco until around 9 - 9.30 in the evening. It is possible to use them if you are not too heavily packed. It depends on where in Trujillo your bus arrives if you can catch one close by or not. Huanchaco buses are red and yellow and show 'Huanchaco' in big letters.
All buses drive a similar route through Huanchaco. Bus attendants are always friendly and will surely help you if you ask them. Best would be to get out at 'el estadio' (the football field) in Huanchaco. From anywhere in Huanchaco it is just a small walk to Casa Amelia. Just walk to the seafront and follow the directions below.
Casa Amelia is on the road along the seaside at the northern side of Huanchaco, just before the BigBen restaurant. From many places at the seafront the sign of the BigBen restaurant is clearly visible. Casa Amelia is located two houses before. Look for a big black and yellow sign with a backpacker image on it in the palm tree. The location of the doorbell is marked by a smaller version of that same backpacker image on the gate.