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|Sanitation Dump Station:||No|
You now have to use the bare parking lot. No shade, nothing and publicly accessible. Price still the same though...
camping: 3.50 US$ pp
Same as described below, very nice (hot) showers and clean toilets. They initially asked for 350 lempiras for camping with two people, but when we said that people camped here before for 3.50USD/pp, they changed the price to exactly that.Report Check-In
Not recommended anymore. Parking is now across the street in a parkinglot that is accessible to everyone. No shade, no electricity, wifi or water. You still pay $3.50 pppn. The garden looks nice, good toilets and showers.Report Check-In
Big grassy area. No shade.
The camping area has a different entrance than the restaurant where the bathrooms and showers are.
Each entry has its separate gate.
3.50 US$ pp (no matter if you consume or rent a kayak)
toilets, showers (warm water)
We didn't stay. We went to 'The Garden coffee' 550 metres away, where we could stay for free in there very nice garden with some cabañas and a cafe. Clean toilet.Report Check-In
Nice and quiet place. You do not have to pay any consumption to park here. Gentle staff. Bathrooms are excellent but no showers. There are few shadows.
Another night we stayed in a place called beautiful garden (or something garden where are cabins but we parked our car and pay a consumption...is beautiful, full of trees and good wifi...to get there is easy: in front of ivo's cafe (that is in ioverlander at the end of the street of D&D), there is a sort of drugstore where is leo...he can guide you...or easier is to drive from D&D to ivo's cafe and there turn right and in 50 meters you will find it).
If you go for kayak we recommend looking for a man call avelino who is so kind that you will love him...and he let you rent the kayak for 100 lp and return it after sunset (most rentals ask you to return kayak at 5 pm during the week).
Go to lake yojoa, rest, kayak, contemplate. The place is peaceful and people warm.
Brewery/Lodge are great! Good food, good beer. There's better places for overlanders though...Report Check-In
Pretty nice brewery and parking lot for overlanders. Parking is a grassy spot but does the job, if you park near the house on the terrain you'll have shade after 12pm. Food and drinks at the brewery are a bit more expensive but tasty.Report Check-In
This is a beautiful property as the brewery is surrounded by forest. The Overlanding is across the street, which is perfect for more privacy and ability to fit larger vehicles. Laundry is expensive but convenient. $8usd a load. We were here 3 nights and they keep your restaurant tab rolling and you pay everything at once upon checkout. The benefits of them being an actual hotel as well.Report Check-In
Stayed in the parking lot with power and water near the building. Went for supper at the restaurant... Food was okay, Beer was flat and unimpressive.Report Check-In
This place is in wrong location - it is located at 14.94586, -88.03796Report Check-In
All camping in the big grassy field now. Some shade under a big tree. Electricity and water but, unfortunately, no toilet, shower or Wifi on this side of the road (at restaurant, 150m away). 3.5US$/person/night in a motorhome.
Food in the nearby restaurant is good, but beer is too bitter for us (IPA style).
Wonderful place, you can camp on tents or vehicle or rent a room or cabin. We rented a cabin, but there is plenty space to park or sleep on a tent. Gets cold at night 60 to 70 degrees. Food is expensive but the town is nearby and you can find plenty of restaurants in the town and grocery stores.
Lindo lugar , puedes acampar o rentar cuartos o cabinas, nosotros rentamos cabinas. Hace frío en la noche . Tiene baños y un río allí mismo. La comida es cara pero el pueblo está cerca a 5 minutos. Allí puedes comprar comida
great little paradise to relax. their tours are well run but double price. beer is good, food delicious, facilities clean. good place to socialize and play games. $3/pp per night is appropriate if you use the facilities a lot. the overland lot is huge and could fit a dozen rigs although the gate is a bit small.
if you just camp and have a few beers, very reasonable price.Report Check-In
was very nice location with lots of things to do. camping in parking lot. hiking trails, kayaks, 15 dollar messages ( tbey were awesome, fure pit at night. Unfortunately it was pouring rain. would try there again if weather was better.Report Check-In
Beautiful brewery and lodge. The owner is from Virginia and super welcoming. The staff are also fully bilingual and incredible. The beer is delicious from the perspective of being a brewery in the middle of Honduras. The food is good too, albeit a little on the expensive side. They also have their own coffee co-op and make delicious coffee. We had breakfast and dinner here and weren't asked to pay for parking overnight. They let us use the bathroom in the cabin in the parking lot as well since no guests were staying there. Definitely would come back and spend more time if we can.Report Check-In
Muy buen estadía. El agua caliente ha sido muy necesario porque hizo frió durante nuestro tiempo aquí.Report Check-In
Cabins, dorm, restaurant, toilet and shower are settled in the shade of jungle trees which make it fresher then the town and open fields.
Camping is on lot across the street which serves as parking for the guests. Camping situation itself was dissapointing but the big plus are the hot showers, nice and coolish area to chill in arondiak chairs and decent microbrew.
Enjoyed our stay here!
When we asked to camp for free when consuming food and beer we did get 10% off the total bill instead.Report Check-In
We stayed here 5 nights for L85 per person. We parked by a tree so the solar panels got sun and we got shade to sit and cook our meals. We enjoyed our time here! Clean toilets, cold showers, good WiFi. We did not eat or drink much from the restaurant (took a Tuk Tuk to grocery store for supplies). We did some of the activities they offer (nature walk, kayaking, trip to Puhlapanzak) and had a lot of fun. Very attentive and nice staff. Good music, some outdoor games, and a fire each night. Recommended.Report Check-In
Hasn’t been an update for a while so I’ll add our five cents for what’s it worth. Chaotic check in process with staff trying to serve the lunchtime rush in the bar/restaurant and check multiple guest in. Room wasn’t ready till half an hour after check in time. With one exception the staff really couldn’t be bothered. The craft beer is pretty average (We are not beer snobs) and tastes more like “kit” beer you’d brew at home, also very expensive. Shower in the room hadn’t been cleaned and was full of hair. No wifi in the rooms. Ordered dinner which took an hour to arrive and was cold and inedible. Looks like things have gone downhill here. Would not recommend or come back.Report Check-In
You need to stop here. The service and the beer are both great. They offer laundry service and a good variety of tour suggestions, some free. We kayaked on beautiful Lake Yohoa. Bobby the owner is very personable and was very interesting to hear his perspective on running a business in Honduras. Evenings are the best with the fire pit warming you and the jungle sounds surrounding you. We loved itReport Check-In
So glad we chose to stay here. The town has a safe and friendly vibe and the brewery serves fabulous food and drink at a decent price. As long as the wifi isn't saturated by too much internet traffic, it's lightning fast. It's a great place to hang out surrounded by tropical jungle. Bobby, the American owner, is very personable and relaxed. He also does a lot for the locals in the community. We paid 75L/pp per night.Report Check-In
agree with all the good comments below. it was a great place for us to chill-out and do some routine maintenance on our truck. we stayed a week. breakfasts are excellent in the restaurant (amazing blueberry pancakes). really enjoyed the kayaking down to the lake. very busy and a bit noisy at the weekend with crowds of locals in the restaurant, but quieter mid-week.Report Check-In
agree with all previous posts. great place to stay ! enjoyed so much the good beers and the nice garden. tons of stuff to do in the area. Rented some kayaks (but not with D&D brewery; was cheaper in front of the canal ; turn left when you reach the main road) ; visited the water falls and the Finca paradise on our own (you have a discount for both if you come from D&D brewery). Finca paradise has beautiful hikes in a we'll maintained garden/jungle/River .Report Check-In
Definitely worth a stop at if you're in the area we would have stayed longer but we thought we'd just drink too much Beer. A random spot in a tiny town, but good energy and cool vibes. You park in a giant grassy lot across from the brewery safe and quiet. D&D offers tons of different tours and are really knowledgeable on the area, they love Honduras and want you to have the best expierence possible. 75L pp to camp and about 55L for a standard 12oz beer. If you're into hiking, kayaking and beer this is the spot! Also really near coffee shop down the road also marked on iOverlander! Cheers!Report Check-In
Pagamos 3.5 dolares por persona, no nos pareció gran cosa, el estacionamiento para overlanders esta muy alejado de la zona de baños y duchas, es solamente un lugar donde estacionar. Estuvimos una sola noche.
We paid 3.5 dollars per person, we did not think much, the parking for overlanders is very far from the area of bathrooms and showers, it is only a place to park. We were only one night.
Like many places we have loved on our travels we came for 2 nights and have so far stayed 5. Friendly staff and busy with daily visitors and backpackers. Great feel to this place.Report Check-In
$3.50usd per person. Food. Drink. Laundry service. Hot showers. Huge parking area across the street but’s low wire was close to our to at 2.3 meters tall. Very peaceful as few people in parking area. Lots of backpackers pass through.Report Check-In
Nice and spacious grassy area. We paid 3.5$ per person. It's a pitty there is no toilets or showers in the camping area (only near the restaurant). Fast wifi in the restaurant. The only plug is still on the side of the white house.Report Check-In
Great place with an awesome vibe, lots of backpackers. room with shared bath is 12,5$ a night, very clean. food also very good and reasonably priced.Report Check-In
A little Gem of a place not far off the main highway, Craft ales, firepit, restaurant, charged us half price for camping $1.50, privates from $12.00Report Check-In
We stayed a couple nights. Very cheap camping at only 3.50 per person. Restaurant and beer is fairly priced although I didn't care too much for the beer. I love craft beer and this tasted more like when I'd brew my own. ok, but not great. Since the prices were appropriate I still had a couple each night. What can I say I'm starved for something other than a lager or pilsner. I thought the camping was good except the gates get locked and about 9pm I needed to use the bathroom and everything was already locked since a huge storm came in early. We were able to plug in with no extra charge. I did a big load of laundry with the sink too. Good stop all around.Report Check-In
We had an excellent over night stay here. The food was excellent, and the night quiet (minus the crowing rooster)! Gate is a little tight, but we accessed it with our big rig no problem. No height restriction on gate. Beautiful grounds. As stated electric available with cord.Report Check-In
Nice relax place. We paid 140 L for 2 and our camper. Free water, good wifi, great food and craft beers.Report Check-In
Nice place... well organised... The tents are under trees now... parking limited to +- 4 cars in front of the place. Big overlanding place on the other side of the street. 3.50 still to camp... dorm start at 6,50...Report Check-In
There is no longer a pool here. We camped in the big grassy and we're able to get a little shade from the trees. Wifi doesn't reach camping area, but we sat at the tables outside the restaurant.Report Check-In
Had a very good stay here. Small double room with private bathroom and hot shower for 17.50USD. Restaurant and bar are great. Close to Pulhapanzak waterfall.Report Check-In
Pull close to white house at the end of the grass lot (no one lives there, it's for guests to rent) and there is a plug for electricity and a tap for non drinking water. Food isn't cheap and I usually waited quite a while for it. Lots to do in the area. $3.50 per personReport Check-In
Still a great place, still USD$3.5/night per person. Highly recommended.Report Check-In
Are parked in grass lot across from D&D for USD $3.50 per night. No hook-ups but supposedly if pull in close to house can run extension cord. Can use hot showers and restrooms at Brewery. Great birding guide - Walter - so we extended our stay a full week. D&D can make all arrangements for site visits and activities around lake. Good restaurant. Locked security and safe. Gets busy on weekends.Report Check-In
Rien a ajouter de plus. Nous nous sommes arêtes 2 fois a l aller et au retour d Utila. Le staff est au top, la bière aussi et les activités autour ne manquent pas. C est LE passage obligė des voyageurs!Report Check-In
We went here for dinner and found it a really nice place. Beer is excellent (try the pale ale!) and we had the cena typica which was really nice and not expensive. Friendly staff and they organise a lot of tourist activities as well so can be good to explore the area.Report Check-In
Camped right across D&D Brewery facilities on a big open grassy lot. $3.5 USD per person per night to camp. Gate to field were closed at night and the security guys were always near. We hang out and used the facilities at the brewery/hostel. Very friendly staff. Nice clean restrooms and showers. Pool, good wi-fi and good information about activities to do near by.Report Check-In
We stayed in the grassy parking lot. Next to the house so that we can plug in. Nice pool, clean bathrooms, hot showers, food was ok. Friendly and helpful staff. Nice vibe. 3.5usd per person to camp. Fire pit in restaurant.Report Check-In
Nice place with a lush jingle garden. fast wifi, clean bathroom and icy swimming pool! the grassy parking across the street is huge but no shade at all...it was very hot on the morning. If you park close of the house you can plug to electricity. large sink for dishes and laundry too. a lot of info of activities around and staff is very friendly. food was ok. paid L80 pp ($us3.5). very busy on week endReport Check-In
Things have changed for overlanders with the opening of a new large grassy area where any size of rig will fit now. One of the best places to stay on the Panam, with excellent service and everything is priced right.Report Check-In
3,5 usd pp for camping. children don't pay. good pool, showers and toilets. good wifi. good foodReport Check-In
we stayed in the new grassy area, park close to the small house to plug in, was nosy in the night (cars passing, and dogs barking)Report Check-In
Nice place to stay. There is a fenced camping meadow just over the street. You can stay there and can youse the hot showers and the bathroom close to the restaurant. Really cheap to stay (camping cost 3.5 us$ per person). A lot of activities to do like kajaking, hiking or swimming.Report Check-In
Still a great place to stay. Next week they will be opening a large grassy field right across the road with electric and water for campers. Not sure if that will increase the price.Report Check-In
The best stay in Central America so far. Let us park our 24ft RV in front of brewery, totally safe, free water and such a great bar and restaurant. Clean toilets and showers, and no problem to use generator at night. Highly recommended.Report Check-In
Secure parking, shared dorm for 6.50usd, camping for 3.50. Private room from 15. Good beer and good food. Pool and camp fire.Report Check-In
Decidedly small space for camping. Basically a gravel lot. The rest of the brewery is great, but you can find much better places to camp down the road.Report Check-In
Walked over from El Paradiso, nice walk for great beer. Both meals were mediocre. Good atmosphere.Report Check-In
Great stopover for food and well, beer. We fit our Sprinter just perfectly in the small parking lot. Electricity from nearby building, pretty decent wifi and good company around the fire to share some stories.Report Check-In
126L per vehicle. Excellent food beer and staff. Great place to while away a few days. Parking lot is tight so getting in and out can require a little shuffling.Report Check-In
Parked next to JFDI, was a little tight and we're pretty tall, had to hold up the wires in front, but well worth it! Bob the owner is really nice and loves overlanders!Report Check-In
We visited the restaurant while camping at Finca El Paraiso down the road. Come for the beer; the food isn't worth it.Report Check-In
- 60 HNL per person
- campers stay in a tiny parking lot above the restaurant (fits about 3 small vans), not very nice place to be
- nice restaurant, pool, fire, good beer - better to hang out here than at the parking lot
- hot showers, flushing toilets, wifi
- we drove here from the crossing near Copan Ruinas in one day, it is easily managable (took about 4-5 hours)
Great little haven of good food and beer amid the Honduran jungle. Small space for vehicles, larger vehicles wouldn't fit. Also has camping sites for tents, dorms, and cabins. Clean bathrooms, hot showers, decent wifi.
Price: 120L ($6)/night.Report Check-In
D&D Brew is a guesthouse run by an american, and he brew his own beer which is for sale in his bar. Room for a small camper or two in their parking lot, and you can use the guesthouse facilities.
Price: 100 LempirasReport Check-In
A place for people who are looking forward to a fresh draft beer and nice greasy fast food. The parking lot is very narrow and we had to share the tiny parking lot with several cars. If you want to stay outside of the car this is only possible at the restaurant of the small resort. Clean toilets and hot showers. Small swimming pool. Free WIFI.
(50 Lempira / person)Report Check-In