Why We Like This Lodge
The perfect choice for those wanting to get off the beaten track to enjoy their own slice of luxury in an traditional native oak wood lodge, set in the heart of the Argentinian Lake District. Read about Swoop Sally's experience at Caballadas Lodge.
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Caballadas manages to house its guests with a sophisticated simplicity which is hard to find anywhere else. The food is wholesome, tasty and homemade, the view is intoxicating and the hospitality is genuine. If you are looking for an exclusive, private experience that is still truly Patagonian, then this home will not disappoint.
Sally Dodge Patagonia Specialist
Dates & Rates
The lodge comes fully equipped and provides family run service to our guests. Excellent food is served by our chef, offering a variety of traditional local dishes including the famous Argentine asados. Meals are accompanied with some of the finest Argentine premium wines.
Telephone, limited Internet, and laundry services are available.
The Rate Includes
- Personal chef
- Four meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea, & dinner
- Wine & beer
- Internet - Wi-fi (note this is satellite and it is slow)
- Housekeeping services & handyman
This traditional family house is made of native oak wood and stone, typical of the region. It can accommodate up to 18 people in 8 spacious bedrooms and 5 shared bathrooms.
A large communal living room with a fireplace, dining room, and a large playroom for the kids – including a ping pong table – are also included, to ensure pleasure and relaxation throughout your stay.
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