Room for 4 people in Puerto Iguazu, with a double bed and a futon.
Our “Bed and Breakfast” is located 500 meters away from the main access to Puerto Iguazú, in the “Farms Area” (Zona de Granjas) where fruits and groceries were grown in the past.
Even though this part of the city has become a residential area during the last ten years, it still keeps its natural aspect.
There are many tourist attractions to visit near our Bed and Breakfast, such as Aripuca, mines, Guira Oga, house of bottles (casa de las botellas), horse rides through the rainforest and the Guarani Village.
Regional and continental breakfast
Hot water 24/7
Private bathrooms inside the room
Free internet and Wi-Fi
Cable TV in the room
Phone (only in the reception)
Boarding pass print out and flight confirmation
Transfer from Bus station
Restaurants and shows reservations
24 hours reception and lodge
Day trip to ecological reserve
Birds watching tours
Transfer to and from the airports
Snack and bar service during the night
Check-in time is at 13:00, if the guest arrives before and the room is available, the guest can use it. If not, we can keep your luggage.
Check-out is at 10.00 am.
Reservations: The reservation will be effective when Casa Yaguarete had sent to the guest an email.
Cancellations: In case one guest has to cancel while he/she is still in his/her home country, you must tell us 48 hours in advance. Otherwise, we will be obliged to cancel the reservation.
1 bedroom and bathroom, located in a very nice garden. Quite distant (approx. 2-2½ km.) from the center, but nice and quiet neighboorhood. Nice and welcoming host. Kept a planning meerting of our days with Lorena after arrival. Very helpful. When checking hotels and other accomodations closer to the center I think the room may be a little overprized - but we did not regret our booking....
The communication with our host before our arrival was excellent. As non-Spanish speakers, we really appreciated her outstanding English. Lorena was friendly and welcoming via email, even providing taxi directions in Spanish for us to show the driver on arrival at the bus terminal in Iguazu. (She also gave us a list of approx prices so that we would know what to expect -- this helped us avoid "ripped- off tourist syndrome"!)
The room itself is well decorated -- loved the exposed brick and the artwork!
The Internet connection was not working when we arrived, but this was rectified the same evening. The shower in our room was a little sketchy, requiring some McGyvering of various knobs under the sink. But it did work. There were no mosquito screens in the windows, and this was a concern for us, being in the region without our yellow fever shots, yet wanting to keep the windows open at night, for fresh air. But, this lack of screens seems customary of the places we've seen in Argentina so far, so this is not a reflection on this particular property.
Lorena and Andrea were lovely hosts -- they offered some great suggestions about where to go with the kids (they LOVED the wildlife sanctuary and reserve, as did we), and arranged deals on taxis, saving us tonnes of pesos!!!
The breakfast each morning was quite extensive, and their home-made yukka buns were AWESOME!
It's a neat little place to stay; out of the hustle and bustle of the town, but still close enough to get there for dinner quite easily. And not too far from the falls, which were absolutely spectacular!
Thanks, Lorena and Andrea... I wish we'd have more time to chat; our visit was too short!
Hola Vera, thanks a lot for your nice review, we were very happy to have you at home. Some points about Internet, the repeater loose sometimes the synchronisation with the router, it takes 10 minutes to fix. Also. it can happen that the provider has problems. Unfortunately, we are passing a bad time in Argentina and providers of Telecom ar not investing, the system is saturated, they wait for a new Gobernment, so mobiles and Internet don't work properly, you can check in the news. For the mosquitos in Iguazu most of the hotels uses electric plugs. Last year fortunately we haven't had dengue cases, neither malaria. Thanks
Iguazu is an amazing little town, and the only way to enjoy it is through the help of a local! Lorena offers plenty of suggestions on where to visit and what to eat. Lorena offers a great relaxing alternative to a very touristy town. This is a hidden gem!!
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.