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Villa Abby B&B is very pleased you have visited our web site, if there are any questions or concern please contact us via email;  or through our telephones 787-387-0119 Alicia  787-228-1315 Coralis. And we will gladly assist.

Visperas de Reyes : Tenemos disponibilidad,camina al Velorio de la Kennedy; visita varios velorios que se celebran en el pueblo y campos. En la mañana disfrutaras un suculento desayuno a la carta incluido en el precio de la habitacion. Nos vemos el 5 de enero 2016.

There is no availabilty for the days of 1/24/16 to 2/1/16 Downhill Event.


Villa Abby

Named after the first owner of the property, who was a very well known lady and loved by all peoples. Wife of  Jose “ Pepe” Avila and mother of two children; and teacher of almost everyone in town including her children and grandchildren.

She was mostly known as “Dona  Alicia” by the locals. The best way to describe her would be to say, she was a people person, outgoing, big heart and a strong practicing Christian. As well as  very dedicated and involved in all church activities at the San Rafael Arcangel Catholic Church. But most of all she was known for her passion and love for teaching. Besides teaching public school, she also taught adults, veterans and at the local Parochial School San Rafael Arcangel.
The idea of opening her house as a Bed & Breakfast came from when she used to rent the house, rooms to the Armed forces families, specifically the Air Force between the years of 1954 when the house was built to 1958 approximately; to supplement their income. She also had a Rooming house for college students in Rio Piedras, PR.


First called San Rafael Arcangel de las Quebradillas due to the many small creeks present at that time. The town was founded in 1823, Population 26,008 in 1999. Measures 23 Square miles and is at an altitude of 193 feet. At this time its Mayor is Heriberto Velez for the Democratic Party.
Come and see what life in a small town is like. You can walk around town, even walk down hill to the beach of Guajatca 4-5 miles{remember you have to walk back up hill}
See the old Tunnel where the train used to pass through.  This is one of the most beautiful views of Puerto Rico’s many beaches.

Puerto Hermina is another of our town’s beaches in Barrio San Jose. Where legends say Pirata Cofresi hid his pirate ships from the Spanish Fleet that patrolled the borders.
Also if you are in town for the Basketball Season you can join watching ‘Los Piratas de Quebradillas’ team at the Raymond Dalmau Coliseum.