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While we didn't stay here since we were already booked at Finca Tatin, we had some friends who did and they said it was amazing. We did visit for awhile and found the place to be just as relaxing and welcoming as Finca Tatin, it...More
Roundhouse is located on the river, beautiful and scenic and relaxed. It has a fun area for junping into the river and hammocks for relaxing. There is no internet which makes it a really good place to get away for a few days. A highlight...More
We stayed at the round house hostel for three nights and found our little piece of heaven there. It is located between rio dulce and Livingston and only reachable by boot.
This place is calm and beautiful, has great food, hammocks on the water, docks...More
The Round House Hostel is the best hostel I have stayed at in Guatemala. The location on the river is beautiful and the hostel has great hammocks and loungers to soak in the views. The food is delicious and great value for money. The staff...More
Excellent staff (Victor was so helpful, attentive and lovely), amazing food, great value for money, very peaceful. A backpacker's heaven and the best/most luxurious hostel I have stayed in in Guatemala (and possibly Central America).
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We kayaked up to the hot springs too - it depends how strong a kayak-er you are but I think it took us about half an hour and it was certainly quicker coming back as we were going downstream. The owners at the Roundhouse are... More
We kayaked up to the hot springs too - it depends how strong a kayak-er you are but I think it took us about half an hour and it was certainly quicker coming back as we were going downstream. The owners at the Roundhouse are really helpful, so if you're staying there they might drop you up there in their boat or help you hitch a ride. I'd agree with Yunus that kayaking is the most fun and convenient way to get there. Enjoy!