Hostal La Finca Map
Hostel | Vereda Los Cedros, San Jerónimo, Antioquia, Colombia N/A
Recent review (16/01/2013)
"We loved this place! The property is in a gorgeous setting on a hillside surrounded by serene mountains with a great pool, hammocks, comfortable rooms, and bathrooms with hot water. The hosts make you feel like you are…"Read all Hostal La Finca reviews
- Car Parking
- Self-catering Facilities
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Swimming Pool
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Wheelchair accessible
- Bicycle hire
- Laundry service
- Reception (limited hours)
- Wake-up calls
- BBQ area
- Common area / room
- Communal kitchen
- Internet access in public areas
- Outside area
- Breakfast USD 5.17
- Luggage Room
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GPS-enabled map and directions
“Terminal del Norte” in Medellín take a bus to San Jerónimo, leave approx. every 30 min, costs are 7.000 - 13.000COP, 1h.
In San Jerónimo take a mototaxi (25.000 - 30.000COP) or a motorbike (10.000 - 15.000COP) up
the mountain, 20-30 min. For groups up to 10 persons you can take a jeep for 40.000COP.
On (Mon - Fri, if it´s not a holiday or during vacations) the school
truck brings students from San Jerónimo to “Los Cedros” every afternoon
at 2.30 pm from the “Calle del Comercio” in front of “Hipertienda Romo”.
Be there early to make sure you get a seat as it does get crowded. Get
off at “Rancho San Sebastian / Hostal La Finca”, right before “La
Mencha”. Cost is 3.000COP.
On Saturdays at noon a chiva (big colorful bus) called “La Manuela”
leaves to Los Cedros. On Sundays at noon and 5pm. Cost is 3.000COP /
1.70USD. As well as the school truck it leaves at “Calle del Comercio” a
bit further down than the school truck; it´s big - you won’t miss it.
Get off at “Rancho San Sebastian / Hostal La Finca”, right before “La
From the airport:
Take a shuttle bus (7.500COP/p, about 45min - 1hr) to Medellin and get
off at the "Terminal del Norte" (best ask the driver to tell you when
you're there as it's just a stop along the road. If you keep going to
the final stop, you'll get into the city center of Medellin from where
you can take a metro from the station "Parque Berrio" to "Caribe".
"Caribe" is the metro station at the "Terminal del Norte" and connected
through a bridge directly to it.
From there see directions above.
Another option from the airport is to take a cab (57.000 per cab) and
tell the driver to get you to the Terminal del Norte. From there see
Take the I 62 towards the west and Santa Fe, Antioquia.
You will pass the longest tunnel in South America the "Tunel del
Occidente" which is 4.6 km long.
After about an hr in total you will reach the entrance of San Jerónimo
which lies to the right-hand side of the road.
Turn right just in front of the Texaco gas station and just past the
At the next fork turn left, next fork left again, cross the bridge, at
the next fork turn left again.
On your left-hand side there will be a number of wooden fruit stalls at
the side of the road, at the right-hand side you'll see a dirt road with
a big white sign saying "Los caminos del café".
From the entrance of San Jerónimo till the dirtroad it wont be more than
Turn right on to that dirtroad and follow it for about 20 minutes (7km),
always going uphill, make sure not to turn on any side roads.
You will arrive at another fork with a store with a painting, saying La
Fonda de Don Abraham.
Here turn left and follow the road 1 km until you reach, on your
left-hand side, our white metal gate with a sign atop, saying
"Rancho San Sebastian".