Don Manuel Lara Jara and Doña Sabina Márquez Alva, around the 1940s, built the Family House with the dream of welcoming their future children and grandchildren to it. In addition to having several rooms for their personal use, they were in the habit of giving lodging to tourists and visitors who came from distant lands.
Eventually, they decided to migrate to the City of Lima so that their children could look for a better future. The house was abandoned and closed for more than 30 years.
In 2000,Don Manuel Lara Jara’s eldest son Manuel Lara Márquez and his family decided to return to his native Chiquián and rebuild the colonial house that belonged to his parents.
With effort and dedication, they were restoring it little by little, installing the necessary modern comforts but retaining the typical atmosphere of a Peruvian Casa Hacienda Andina.
That is why each guest receives personalized attention and a friendly welcome that will make you feel at home.