Situated on 4,000 acres in an Andean valley and owned by the family of a former Ecuadorian president, Hacienda Zuleta invites guests to experience life in a restored 17th-century manor. This working hacienda features a dairy and trout farm, a flock of sheep, a cheese factory, an embroidery shop, and a stable of Zuleteno horses. Potted plants and red geraniums adorn the main building, which boasts a two-level library filled with books and antiques. All nine of its guest room have a fireplace and a writing desk. Meals feature organic vegetables, which are grown on the hacienda premises.