First built in the year 1790, this uniquely restored colonial hacienda was originally a textile workshop. Among its illustrious guests was General Simon Bolívar, who usually spent the night at Pinsaquí on his trips back and forth to Bogotà.
The main structure was destroyed by an earthquake in 1867 and has now been restored and adapted with 16 ample and comfortable rooms, with heavy ornate beds and fireplaces. Pinsaquí has a unique atmosphere with long corridors, wide walls, with antique candelabra and furniture.
With three centuries of history, the romantic Hacienda Pinsaquí invites you to be a part of its magic and its legends.