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La Casona at Matetic Vineyard

  • La Casona at Matetic Vineyard
  • Hotel Owned ©
  • Hotel Owned ©
  • La Casona at Matetic Vineyard
  • La Casona at Matetic Vineyard
  • Hotel Owned ©
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Small and charming hotel set on a vineyard, with a serene rural ambience that belies its proximity to the capital – a great alternative to staying in the city.

The idyllic Matetic vineyard and its small hotel, La Casona, are situated in the Antonio Valley, where a refreshing microclimate supports the cultivation of Pinot Noir and Shiraz grapes. It's just an hour's drive from Santiago airport, but the rural peace and serenity are such that it feels a world away from the modern capital.

Accommodation is in a renovated 100-year old estancia set around a central courtyard with adobe walls and colonnaded walkways. Surrounding the house are beautiful gardens with formal topiary and an outdoor lap pool, beside which you can relax and enjoy views to the vineyards.

There are just seven guest rooms, each decorated in a simple but elegant style. One of these rooms is a luxury suite and has a whirlpool bath.

There is a restaurant specialising in gourmet Chilean cuisine with menus prepared to complement the vineyard's excellent wines. Other facilities include a spacious living room, pool table and bar. Wine tasting and a tour of the winery are included in your stay.

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What our clients say

  • A lovely, attentive venue - it was like being part of a small family. As the only guests, we could have felt smothered but they were perfect. We stayed here…

    VK,Norwich
  • One of the Highlights of the accomodation.

    MH, Sligo
  • A great start - exceeded our expectations.

    AH, Northampton
  • Absolutely lovely, Could have stayed here longer. Beautiful gardens and lovely food and wine. The tour of the vineyard was particularly interesting.

    RN, London
  • Another interesting venue with all the facilities you need, particularly for relaxing at the end of an eventful holiday. We had a lovely roomy, airy suite. Reception staff not very…

    JC, Wokingham
  • "Excellent food, lovely gardens. Just right for a break in travelling. Tour of vineyard and tasting excellent and informative."

    FL, Dewsbury
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Our Expert's Opinion

Matetic does a great job of combining the colonial hacienda feel of the accommodation with a modern, state of the art winery. With a huge amount of land, lovely gardens, pool and of course the wine, this is a wonderful place to discover the Chilean wine lands. The restaurant serves some of the best food I’ve eaten in Chile.

Hannah
Hannah Waterhouse Travel Expert Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.

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