Rancho Da Cachaca, Holambra

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  • New facilities. Comfortable. The view from the deck is wonderful. Great mattresses. There are 2 types of rooms. Some with minibar and other solar heating with electric shower and no minibar. Bathroom and good size box, could have a larger shelf for items of personal hygiene because the sink has no bench. The shower is small with little water flow. The room needs a trimmer or countertop for the bags. Cleaning the apt should include the storage of the beds. Owners extremely friendly and attentive, let guests comfortable. Food in the wood stove. The breakfast is typical of the farm, delicious. After lunch there is no customer service. Snacks and pizza can delivery orders of Holambra. Suggestion:-placed umbrella, chairs and towels at the pool. -removal of the animals from the food court. The new year's Eve party was excellent. Lively with an exceptional Band. Top quality food and all the excitement of the owners. Family atmosphere and hospitable. Cowes.
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  • You know when you're sick of the city? One of those times I was referred to spend a weekend in Racho of Cachaça. I think I could never stay in a quiet place, excellent chalets, spacious, clean, bedding and bath, not to mention the exquisite care of the couple José Roberto and Katia, owners. Summary? I don't even know how many weekends there. Oh yummy place!
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  • We checked on the page and saw a very nice proposal, contact with nature, with various species of animals. We got the 11:30 and haven't had anything for lunch, we asked the time and we were told that the lunch would only leave after the 1:00 pm. Asked if there was anything to serve, and the attendant told us. We ordered a drink that wasn't rum because I was driving and the attendant said she had nothing. I ordered a coffee and the guy gave me a coffee reheated half-assed. I insisted and asked if there was any candy or something to eat while aguardavamos lunch, because it had come from Campinas to meet the restaurant by recommendation, the attendant said she had nothing to offer, my wife looked at the counter and ordered a guava and cheese, the man said he didn't sell cheese, just the guava paste, bought the guava paste for R$18 , and my wife's Moody asked if they would sell the cheese for us being distracted while I waited. The caramarada sold the cheese for $12 reais turned away and disappeared. I had the impression that we were bothering the restaurant staff, and every time I called someone to try to order something the attendant was in the answer as well. I ate the guava cheese market, R$33,00 market and left, and it seems like the staff were giving thanks for the customers go away. While we were there, I saw another couple and another family who arrived and left. Giving a tour of the Inn the only animals I saw were fowls wandering around the ranch. I can't say anything about the Inn because after this trash service given in host and we left at the end of the attendant asked if there was anything I could do and I suggest you offer something to customers could help, the guy looked at me with man in a bad mood and we left impressed with the bad service.
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  • Very nice location and good for a typical miner's lunch, food good and tired, always cold beer. And, still has the Emporium with honey and artisanal cachaças that need to be experienced by those who like, really good. Oh yes, they also have cottages and pool if you want to spend more than a day enjoying the scene. It's worth it.
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  • The Ranch of Cachaça is a mix of lodge, rustic restaurant (which depends on prior reservation) and the artisanal cachaças for sale. I'm going to give an opinion only on the latter because I went to this site researching the attractions of Holambra and honestly, there is nothing exceptional in place. Your access is a little confused and I thought coming in place could see more about rum, your manufacturing, history and picturesque things, but found only a shed with a few barrels. You can taste them, have the drinks are tasty, but that's about it. I made the visit in 10 minutes.
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  • Cosy place, food is made on the wood stove so hot, attentive staff. I loved. Only downside is the shower cabin that I found that thing and could have a mirror in the room. But those are minor details. I will come back for sure.
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  • I researched some comments and found favorable. I went to see in person. Very good place. Clean and organized. It's worth it. It's not accept animals. You don't have to hear the barking of them all the time.
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