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Second Home Guesthouse in Barranco, Lima

Second Home Peru

Unique Bed & Breakfast in Barranco

Address
Calle Domeyer 366
District
  • Barranco
City (Peru)
Lima
Postal Code
4
Phone Number
(+511) 247-5522

Sitting on the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean Second Home Peru in the bohemian Barranco neighborhood is probably one of the most fascinating and beautiful places to stay in Lima. This unique guesthouse located in an over 100 year old Tudor-style mansion is actually the home, art studio and gallery of the painter and sculptor Victor Delfin.

Decorated with the artist's work and surrounded by a lovely garden with a magnificent ocean view it's an elegant and spacious space to relax.

The large guestrooms are comfortable and have garden or ocean view, terrace or balcony. Breakfast is served in the really extraordinary kitchen and is included. The staff is very friendly and helpful making you feel at home. Airport pick-ups and drop-offs can be arranged. And don't forget your swim suit; you wouldn't want to miss plunging into the water of the unique outdoor pool.

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