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El Chaltén, trekking capital of Argentina

Province of Santa Cruz • Argentina

Bed & Breakfast in El Chaltén

As its name indicates, it is an accommodation that provides bed and breakfast for a reasonable price. Of simple style, relaxed and familiar, a Bed & Breakfast -or simply B&B- makes the guest feel at home. Among the amenities offered in this category you may find: private and shared bathrooms, wireless Internet access, luggage storage, safe box, among others.

inlandsis

Address: 480, Lago del Desierto Ave.
Phone: +54 2962 493276 (DDN: 02962 493276)

8 rooms each for 2 people with private bathroom: 4 double or twin rooms with sommier + 4 rooms with bunk beds. Breakfast included.

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Patagonia Bed & Breakfast & Kitchen

Address: 493, San Martín Ave.
Phone: +54 2962 493019 (DDN: 02962 493019)

Single, double and triple rooms, king size or twin beds, all with sommiers and private bathroom. Breakfast in Fuegia Bistró. Also economic option. Fully equipped kitchen.

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Nothofagus

Address: no number, Hensen St. (Riquelme St. corner)
Phone: +54 2962 493087 (DDN: 02962 493087)

Since 2001 we receive guests from around the world. Comfortable rooms with private or shared bathrooms, warmly decorated and carefully cleaned. The buffet breakfast included in the rate: coffee, tea, milk, warm white and whole wheat bread, butter and marmalade. Cake, cereals, yogurt, ham and cheese. Wi-Fi. In the afternoons, courtesy tea. Luggage safekeeping.

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Patagonicus

Address: 140, M. M. Güemes Ave.
Phone: +54 2962 493025 (DDN; 02962 493025)

Three room accomodation with private bath, two of them with an incredible view of the mountains. The rooms have hairdryers, heated towel rails, TV – DVD, bed box springs and central heating radiators. Hearty breakfast with coffee, coffee with milk, variety of teas, homemade bread and jams, ham, cheese, cereals, fresh squeezed orange juice and fresh fruits.

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Did you know the B&B?

The idea of Bed & Brakfast arose spontaneously when the II World War ended in England and the inhabitants of some villages began offering a free bed and breakfast to the soldiers who did not have a place to stay for one or two nights in the slow and complicated return to their homes. Then the idea was adopted in the United States of America as a simple and inexpensive accommodation for travelers. Shortly after the concept B&B became known around the world. Usually it is a family home adapted for this purpose, with single rooms and includes breakfast at no additional cost. Often the home is owner-occupied year-round.