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Hosteria y Cabañas Del Campo: Very nice cabins in El Bolson
My wife and I really enjoyed our hollidays in this cabins, specially the views from our deck of Piltriquitron mountain at sunset!
We loved to barbecue in the evening and relax in the afternoon in their park.
Very helpfull owners, and clean and confortable cabins.
And the Bolson beergarden only 200 mts away!
It is quiet and close to town, only a 10 minutes walk to the supermarket.
We highly recomend this place!
The big park is an extension of the cabin, high standard accomodations, wonderful views of the mountains, friendly roomservice, wifi.
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El Molinito: Good budget option in El Bolsón
Our first hotel in El Bolsón was Molinito, a small hostel/hospedaje right in the centre of town. According to the tourist office, El Molinito was amongst the cheapest places to stay in town, and when we went to the hotel we were offered a room with shared bathroom for 40 pesos. We took this room but later changed to a room with private bathroom and small kitchen for 50 pesos. There was also a larger kitchen downstairs.
We were very pleased with our excellent room, which made our stay here enjoyable. We could just about see Cerro Piliquitron, the mountain overlooking El Bolson, from our window. When the friendly lady running the hostel found out we were interested in hiking she let us borrow a book she had on hiking in the area. I would recommend Molinito to anyone looking for basic, comfortable and extremely good value accommodation in El Bolsón.
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Albergue El Pueblito: Away in the Andean forest
Laid back and friendly, in the middle of wild nature, close to town.
The best place to mix with Argentinians, Brazilians, backpackers from Barcelona and other parts of Spain. You're part of the big family and yet you can sit under the apple tree in total peace to watch the biggest, starriest sky there is. Or on the veranda. A great great place to improve your Spanish and make friends.
The hostel's managers speak French, German and English, among other languages.
'Remise' taxis can be called from any public phone or shop in El Bolson to take you back to the hostel, and vice-versa. They are very reliable and you can also arrange with them to take you to your departure point in the area, for trekking, white-water rafting, cavalcades to mountain lakes, etc. They'll return to take you home at the end of your adventure, and all this at a very reasonable price (especially when sharing the remise with friends.)
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