"In 2004, all of this motivated my wife Yasna and I to make a promise to Sandalio and Orfelinda, who were the original owners of the 20-hectare rural property where the hotel now stands. This promise was to protect the land, the culture and to always talk to future generations about Chiloé’s traditional uses and ways of living off the land. From that moment on, we began a process of restoration of the traditional and original house and “fogón” (traditional smokehouse) as well as the trails used by the sheep to get to the natural springs and the forest and the sea."
"That is where our dream began. We then started to build three suites where the landform allowed us to build. We always had a sustainable vision of not-intervening with nature and not-competing with it either. We understood that nature gave us permission to build on the land. We then built the reception and restaurant centre where we also have two more rooms for accommodation. This is a meeting point for the guests where there is a unique view of the fiord and city of Castro but from a far-away-country point of view."
Rooms are hidden in a wonderful hillside full of native vegetation, each one settled to earth and occupies the place that nature allowed; thus the rooms all have different qualities that make each of them unique.
There are 3 independent rooms, that are made up of 60 m2 each, hidden between native trees and vegetation on the hillside.
A "wing" of 6 separate rooms each, in which each seeks a timely view of stunning scenery. The rooms have large windows overlooking the fjord Castro and Pampa grazing sheep.
It is a 4 bedroom lodge for those who want to stay in a family environment, with friends, or for work teams seeking cohesion in a magical and different environment.