Designed around 3 patios, Casa Antigua is a seven-bedroom villa rental in Cartagena’s bustling Old Town. It is beautifully decorated with globally-inspired pieces while retaining its historic charm.
What is the story behind Finca la Selva?
Finca la Selva is set on a huge, private estate near Montenegro, with no other neighbours visible. It’s a place to feel in sync with nature. The fruit served at breakfast comes from the surrounding orchard and the honey is from the finca’s hives. Every morning the staff even go out and milk the resident cows by hand.
How would you describe the atmosphere, architecture and interior design of Finca la Selva?
With its sliding doors, bamboo ceilings and simple, stone floors, Finca la Selva feels a bit like a Japanese teahouse. It’s designed in a cabana-style with lots of Asian influences, but it’s still very Colombian. All of the buildings are connected by peaceful walkways and patios that allow you to interact with nature. Cow-hide floor coverings, indigenous textiles and hand-painted ceramics add to the rustic atmosphere.