Small and cozy guesthouse in San Martin de los Andes, Argentina.
San Martin de los Andes is located at 650 m altitude at the edge of the Andes in the beautiful Lake District in the north of Patagonia, close to the National Park Nahuel Huapi and Lanin, and only 65 km to the border with Chile.
The area offers nature lovers an infinite number of destinations. Many of these locations offer magnificent views of Lanin volcano.
Midsummer arrives in January and February, but nearly all year round outdoor activities are possible.
The ski season starts in late June and continues until mid-September . San Martin de los Andes, with its own mountain Chapelco is one of the top 5 ski resorts in South America.
Get to know us. We look forward to seeing you.
Viento 1-2 PAX
Bed 140/200, handicapped accessible bathroom with shower, same floor to the lounge and breakfast room.
Bosque 2-3 PAX
Queen size Bed 160/200 and 90/200 single bed, bathroom with bathtub, panoramic window overlooking the forest and garden.
Flores 3-4 PAX
Queen size Bed 160/200 and 2 bunk beds 90/200, shower, panoramic windows, door to terrace and garden.
Bed 120/200, shower, kitchenette, independent entrance
Garden, Terrasse, Comun Area with TV
Interaction with guests
We love to sit with tea or coffee with ou guests and enjoy a nice talk.
Other things to note
I live with my 2 daughters in the upper floor of the house, we are sharing our comun area/living with our guests. Guests-Children welcome and will be often invited to play with my daughters in house or on their playground inside of the property of Refugio Melingo.
We do have terms for staying in house, but it is like you are visiting friends, Breakfast is served between 8:30 and 10:00 a.m.. Checkin 16:00 Checkout until 10:00 a.m.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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born in germany, went 2004-2006 on a roundtheworldtour on bike, now living with my 2 daughters in Argentinia where we have our Refugio Melingo