Lose yourself in Patagonian heritage and culture on this 101,000-hectare working estancia. On the slope of the imposing Cerro Guido, are houses built by the pioneers in 1920, a place of tranquillity and calm. The elegant décor of the 12 rooms is inspired by the original English style. They include oh so comfy featherbeds, private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, biodegradable toiletries, central heating, safe, Wi-Fi connection and views overlooking the colourful gardens.
Dine on spectacular three-course meals using organic produce from the estancia’s allotments, delicious lamb cooked in the traditional style ‘al palo’, and some of the finest of Chile’s wines being served.
This vast territory located at the southern end of the planet has a fascinating culture, simple and very connected with the land and with the climate. Explore the Estancia’s greenhouses and orchards and see the wonderful abundance of greens and vegetables that are ingeniously grown in this challenging climate. Visit the stables and accompany the Gauchos in the daily care of the horses; you will be able to participate in different tasks such as brushing, saddling or feeding these magnificent animals. Just as greenhouses and livestock are part of everyday life, chickens also play an important role in self-sufficiency for life in the countryside. Free-range and organically fed hens provide delicious farm eggs every day. Discover the “chenque” or highest indigenous cemetery at the top of Cerro Guido opening a window to the Tehuelche culture. A fascinating adventure awaits you here.
What we love about Estancia Cerro Guido
- Live the daily experiences of the gauchos and country people, actively participating in their daily activities.
- Stoll around the flourishing organic garden and be part of the planting or harvesting of organic products that go directly to your table.
- Learn from the team in the conservation area, in charge of carrying out initiatives and actions that promote the conservation of wildlife, working alongside the cattle.