Casa NU is an exclusive holiday home with more than 15,000 m2 of green areas, 850 m2 of comfortable spaces and 1,200 m2 of rest, relaxation and recreation areas. Casa NU has open spaces and ecological trails that allow us to enjoy the beauty, peace and harmony of the mountains that surround it, inviting us to rest, in the company of family and friends. It is located in the exclusive closed condominium Colinas de Payande. Security and private surveillance 7X24.
“The most SPECTACULAR house they can get around Bogota. The photos are divine but in person it is INCREDIBLE. The auxiliaries make the stay a real pleasure. The details of our host exceeded our expectations. The rooms are spectacular and incredibly comfortable. The only bad thing is having to leave that paradise.”
Apartamento acogedor completamente equipado para recibir invitados, estoy interesado en que quienes vengan pasen un momento tranquilo en un ambiente agradable (We speak english) ( hay 1 cama doble, una semi doble y 1 nido sencillo ) Cozy apartment fully equipped to receive guests, I am interested in those who come spend a quiet stay in a pleasant atmosphere
“Each space has a cozy detail and beautiful style. Ideal to rest and get away from the noise of the city. It is close to the center and pool clubs. In the mornings the songs of HUNDRED (without exaggeration) of little birds get up. We hope to have the opportunity to return soon.”
We offer you a quiet, comfortable and impregnated stay of nature in a large house of colonial architecture, completely open and integrated with nature. In a privileged location in a rural condominium 4 km from Villeta and 700 meters from the dual carriageway Villeta - La Vega. You can enjoy a beautiful view of the area, and relax in the different environments available to the house and the condominium, or you can take a taxi to walk through the town. Breakfast of the house included.
“Oswaldo and Carolina are fantastic hosts, the house is beautiful and the breakfast delicious. It has everything not to go out and enjoy the place and its nature ... thanks for everything!”