Beautiful Hacienda originally built in 1588 and for more than 200 years the Hacienda was the home of clerics and military, being its original purpose a Franciscan Convent. The Hacienda's historical economy was based on livestock and the production of pumpkins, chili, honey, and other food products. During the 19th Century, during the Caste War, the Hacienda was occupied by the criollos who made it a bulwark and fortress to stop the advance of the legions of the Mayan Indians. Empress Charlotte stayed in the Hacienda during her journey from the City of Merida to Mexico City on the Camino Real Pass. Now the Hacienda incorporates 12 spacious rooms with bathrooms, a formal dining room, formal living areas, a room for events and conferences, a library and large gardens. The Hacienda welcomes visitors in an environment full of culture and Mexican history. The garden areas are available for weddings, christenings, and other events of this kind. Beautiful, peaceful, and idyllic setting.