Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. Room 2. (1 queen bed)
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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Decorated in typical, colourful Guatemalan style room no 1 has its own private bathroom and shady terrace overlooking Lake Petén Itzá and our beautiful private gardens with hummingbirds, orchids and tropical plants.


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Extra people $14 CAD / night after the first guest
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House Rules

As we live in a very peaceful area, we do beg our guests not to be noisy after 10 p.m. and to, please, switch off all outdoors lights when they are no longer needed. We also ask that you no take glasses or glass bottles to the beach area where they could be of danger. There is a fridge with cold beers and sodas in cans available at all hours.

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Dog(s) and cat(s) live in the house

Cancellations

Moderate

Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.


Safety features
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
Lock on bedroom door

Availability
1 night minimum stay

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Valerie User Profile
July 2017
I absolutely loved my experience here at Moya's inn. She was warm and welcoming, and my boyfriend and I had a marvelous time staying here. My only regret was it was so short! I'll definitely be back, and encourage everyone to stay at this charming inn. You can't beat the location, ambiance, or Moya's delicious cooking (we'd requested a vegan meal, and she made us a fantastic soup. It was hearty and delicious--thanks again for the special accommodation, Moya)!

Joseph User Profile
February 2017
We love peace and quiet, and this place was perfect. The rooms are comfortable and have everything you need (hot water, nice patio to read, secret cave in the water :P). Moya is a very good host and makes you feel welcomed. Her sons were also there and they were very helpful. Writing out all the directions to our next destination. We even got to grab a ride with her soon to and from the hotel! I would stay here again.

Mickael User Profile
January 2017
The place is very quiet. Nice view on the lake. The place is far from Flores or El Remate, so you need to have a car.

Gonce User Profile
January 2017
Moyà has a beautiful place, filled with natures delights, such as hummingbirds, orchids and the sound of howler monkeys in the morning. If you're looking for a peaceful time this is the place. It's quite far to any other shops or eateries, which may or may not be what you're looking for, but important to know.

Soren User Profile
November 2016
Moya is a fantastic host, and the setting and property are beautiful. The inn is colorful and, as advertised, right on the lake, which is stunning and a perfect temperature for swimming. Our room was clean and spacious, with a balcony. It's about 1.5 hours from Tikal, which is pretty accessible by bus - Moya was great as far as helping us navigate transport. The villages nearby are charming and quiet, and Moya is very knowledgeable as a local and active member of the community. I highly recommend this experience.

Matt User Profile
November 2016
The host canceled this reservation the day before arrival. This is an automated posting.

Moria User Profile
July 2016
Moya's location is stunningly beautiful. Turquoise water like glass, lovely foliage. She is nice and clearly has a vision. Rooms 1 and 2 are lovely. Away from the road and with a little terrace. It is an inn, so has many rooms. We found the other rooms that back up to the road get a fair share of noise, particularly in the morning. We started in one and moved due to that and a gas smell. There were a few snafus, but it's Guatemala after all. No hot water our last day, broken fan, etc. The outdoor beds, etc, could use an update. This place is isolated. Without a car, bus travel is necessary. Wouldn't be a big deal except the last bus from town leaves at (URL HIDDEN) being in town for nightlife or dinner is out unless you want an expensive taxi ride back. There's also no bus on Sundays. There are no restaurants or stores in walking distance so you are reliant on the inn for food. Food was good. Breakfast and dinner equal $37us for 2 persons, so about the same as the room. There's coffee every day and you have access to kayaks and swimming which is great. I was with my son, age 10. The dog was protective so twice was a little aggressive in her barking. That was a little scary. There also were no kids around, which I kind of expected, so I wouldn't come back with a kid. We did stay an extra night, so clearly it was nice enough. The lake is just beautiful and the swimming is divine.

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Peten, GuatemalaJoined in December 2013
Moya User Profile

I´m a retired teacher. British by birth, Spanish by nationality where I spent 34 wonderful years of my life. Now I live quietly by a beautiful lake in northern Guatemala trying to lend a hand in the near by village and share my beautiful home with whoever would like to come and visit me. I enjoy nature, reading, music and healthy outdoor life in general. I have an ecological garden and try to be as self-sufficient as possible. I´m a member of the Tikal Rotary Club, working towards a better Petén.

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