A small bar is open daily, for residents use only, where you will also find plenty of information on touring the local area, either going solo or using local guides.
Laying in hammocks amongst our tropical gardens is the perfect way to relax after your days exploration, hiking, or simply over-eating at the weekends food festival. The gardens also feature a bbq pit and garden patio furniture.
We offer breakfasts and snacks, plus weekly bbq and curry nights, whilst guests may also use our kitchen for their own home-cooking nights. The adjoining lounge area has a TV and large selection of DVD�s, as well as board games and Salvadoran arts & crafts.
Juayua hosts its now famous Feria Gastronomica (food festival) every weekend throughout the year.
Dorms & privates
free internet & WiFi
garage for free off-road parking
well kept tropical gardens
spacious communal areas
free use of kitchen
tours and advice
tips and advice from bi-lingual owners
Cancellation Policy: 1 day before the arrival
Check in: 12.00 noon
Check out: 10.00 am
Method of Payment upon the arrival: Cash only
Breakfast is not included.
Taxes are included.
No dogs allowed
Bar closes at 10.00 pm
Arriving by plane: Write to us and we can arrange an airport pick-up, either direct to Casa Mazeta in around 2 hours ($80.00 for up to 4 persons) or to our sister hostel, El Roble in 30 minutes ($25.00, up to 4 persons) From El Roble our staff will give you all the information, maps, etc, on how to get to Juayua.
Pls note: regular buses leave both Sonsonate in the South, and Ahuachapan in the North, for Juayua. These buses leave at least every half-hour, all day long. There are also 5 buses between Santa Ana and Juayua, but at more irregular hours.