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Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Charming lodge atmosphere
  • wonderful waterfalls
  • excellent birding, stunning pool

    Cons

  • Meals are pricey
  • loss of many mature pines due to the pine beetle means it can be hot and dry on the trails

Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve Review

Owned by a prominent Belize City family, the Roes, Hidden Valley Inn sits on 7,200 acres and has more than a dozen waterfalls, at least two private caves, and 90 mi (150 km) of hiking and mountain biking trails. The estate grounds, including the waterfalls, are exclusively for guests and not open to the public. Romantics can enjoy a catered champagne lunch at their own private waterfall. All the cottages have mahogany furnishings, tile floors, and brick fireplaces. Renovated deluxe cottages have an outdoor rock shower and claw-foot tubs in the bathroom, plus a patio. Meals and drinks are served in the lodge main house, which has vaulted ceilings and four fireplaces. After dinner, sip coffee grown on the premises. There's a full meal-plan and all-inclusve packages (three-night minimum) with loding, meals, drinks, tours, and transfers from Belize City available. The lodge has a private airstrip, with flights on Tropic Air on demand.

    Hotel Details

  • 12 cottages
  • Rate includes no meals, all meals, all-inclusive.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-30-2013

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