La Casa de Eugenia

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Cosy country hideaway with a home-from-home feel, warm and extremely attentive hospitality, and quirky, imaginative design.

Close to the town of San Martín de los Andes, the family-home-turned-guesthouse La Casa de Eugenia has a peaceful rural location on the edge of a lake backed by forests. With its home-from-home feel and local hospitality, it's an inviting place to return to after an invigorating day in the outdoors.

Reflecting its residential past, each of the nine rooms in the wooden house is of a different size and shape. They are also individually decorated, each dominated by one colour from a palette reflecting the changing seasons of Patagonia, from leaf green to burnt orange and icy blue. The décor calls to mind a simple, uncluttered country house, featuring wrought iron bedsteads and French windows. Superior suites have a view over the orchard and pool in the tranquil grounds, where neat lawns are dotted with sun-loungers.

Bartolome, Galápagos

What our clients say

  • Quirky guesthouse, really nice staff, very comfortable.

    SL, St Albans
  • "Quirky 'boutique' hotel. More like a good English B&B. Very welcoming and excellent personal service."

    PN, Aylesbury
  • "Interesting property in a quiet area.  Breakfast was very good and Cecelia was delightful (although she spoke no English). Enjoyed tea on the patio."

  • A great place to stay.

    JW, Bedford
  • "Charming and cosy little boutique hotel run by nice people in a quiet side-street of a pretty little town."

    AW, Haywards Heath
  • Good position for walking to town.Garden lovely. Hosts charming & helpful. Breakfast bit limited.

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Our Expert's Opinion

Charlotte Daubeney Travel Expert Charlotte's fascination with Latin America began with a family holiday to Belize. She went on to study Spanish in school and at university before spending a year living in Santiago, Chile.