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Los Juncos Patagonian Lake House

Avenida Exequiel Bustillo 20063, San Carlos de Bariloche R8401AHB Argentina
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#3 of 135 B&Bs / Inns in San Carlos de Bariloche
Los Juncos-Patagonian Lake House is an antique southern style hotel, for shelter of few. Totally remodelated, it is located in one of the most pacific corners of Lake Nahuel Huapi, with an amazing view, 20 km away from Barilcohe city, on the way to Llao Llao. Our chef cooks, exclusively “a la carte”, with our own harvested vegetables and “conservas”, homemade bread and pasta. We can help you organizing all the activities you would like to enjoy your days in Bariloche(rafting, sailing, skiing, golf, flyfishing, biking, hiking,). Car rentals and transportation bookings are also available.
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Wayne T wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Canada9 contributions2 helpful votes
Although the owners and staff were lovely, we felt $130 USD / night was way too expensive for the room we got. The tiny bathroom was Discusting with black mouldy grout and stained cement floor. Place and outside is so run down and cheaply appointed. The breakfast was very good although we were told after having eggs during our 4 day stay to pay for them during check out. It was offered every morning with no sign or talk that they were an extra charge. A good 1/2 drive to a restaurant in town prompted us to have dinner there the first night. It was the worst dinner we have EVER had in Argentina and in our travels!! And was so expensive as well!!! This is a $50 USD hotel within Argentinian standards!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
A F wrote a review Nov 2019
Surrey, United Kingdom117 contributions66 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed 2 nights. It is very handy for touring the Chico circuit and walking around the Llao Llao peninsula. If you don't want to drive in the evening to dine (it is about 20km from Bariloche), they do offer a limited range of reasonably priced dishes which you have to order by 6pm. It is a fixed range and doesn't change. We ate there both nights and were very happy with quality and service. There is a very reasonably priced bar run on an honesty basis (the Kaiken Malbec was about 680 pesos a bottle if my memory is correct). Lucas and his wife Lucia, which run the hotel, were very friendly indeed, with good English. They gave us several recommendations on things to do in the local area. Parking is off road, and as a previous reviewer said might happen, we did drive by when trying to find it the first night, as I did not see the sign in time, but only for about 20 metres (if you reach the entrance to the Club de Regattas you've gone too far) and it was easy to turn around. Also, whilst the short but steepish drive leading up to the property is not paved, it isn't a big deal. Unlike a previous reviewer, we did not hear any dogs, only occasional traffic noise - the bus stop is outside. But the road never seemed busy at any time (late November). The breakfast was continental buffet with a selection of eggs cooked on demand, and bread baked fresh daily. Our room on the ground floor was adequate. The bed was comfortable, though the bathroom was cramped. However, the water for the shower was hot and it was powerful. Unless you stay in your room, there is only the one public area to congregate in, so we soon got chatting to the other guests. Yes, it's not 5 star luxury but we felt it was home from home.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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maurocldc wrote a review Jun 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina1 contribution1 helpful vote
Good place to relax, near of Circuito Chico, lakes and amazing food. The house is about 20 km from town, but beautifully positioned on the lake with a beautiful view of the lake and Cerro Campanario. Really good attention by Lucas and people in hotel.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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BindiB wrote a review May 2018
Dunsmore, England310 contributions226 helpful votes
I too think this hotel is overrated. The staff are helpful but no more so than elsewhere. Everywhere else we stayed in Patagonia was better but I don’t rate people doing their job over and above comfort and style. We didn’t see the same member of staff twice. The web site is very misleading and paints a picture that is not reality. The pictures are very photoshopped. Trying to find it is a bit of a hassle. It’s poorly signed. You will probably drive by it. The drive is full of pretty big potholes. The neighbour’s dog barks all the time. 7 woofs, then a pause, and then 7 woofs, pause and 7 woofs. Try the rhythm so if you stay you will be familiar with the pattern! It might help. This is like staying in your great aunt’s house who has never decorated except in a hippy moment or two back in the 1960s, and who has raided a stage set to get furniture. This so light and flimsy it moves when you use it or has been around, and used, since the early days of Habitat. The brown corduroy sofa is straight from a student flat in the 70s and sagged accordingly. Our bedroom was also the large one where part of the floor is concrete. On the wooden floor there are mats that skidded when you trod on them, which is dangerous. The water wasn’t changed from the day we arrived to the day we left. None of this is chic and it felt in desperate need of being painted and updated with flair. I hate peeling paint. There is a huge tree in front of the hotel so you don’t see the lake as well as you might. It’s not their tree though. Breakfast was the standard Argentinian breakfast offerings with eggs. Silently served one day by a young lady who didn’t seem to want to engage with us so I am unsure why the staff are praised so highly. It’s not a great place to stay unless you really like quirky places. You must really, really, like quirky places to enjoy being here. If you don’t, go elsewhere.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
GRK56 wrote a review Apr 2018
Burghfield, United Kingdom90 contributions33 helpful votes
A lovely hotel, full of character and charm, our room (master suite) was overlooking the lake so had wonderful views. The room was very spacious and the bathroom more than adequate. The staff were very friendly and welcoming and were able to give recommendations for walks and where to eat. The hotel is 20km out of the town and is easily missed if you're not careful. The food is okay with a limited menu. The bar is an honesty bar where you note in a book what you had to drink. We left early one morning and the staff organised for food to be left out for us so we could eat before leaving for the airport.. Look out for the Chimango's at breakfast.
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Date of stay: March 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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US$61 - US$144 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Los Juncos Patagonian Lake House
Which popular attractions are close to Los Juncos Patagonian Lake House?
Nearby attractions include Parque Nahuelito (4.2 km), Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi (7.0 km), and Puerto Blest y Cascada de los Cantaro (5.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Los Juncos Patagonian Lake House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Los Juncos Patagonian Lake House?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Los Juncos Patagonian Lake House?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Los Juncos Patagonian Lake House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Quiven Patagonia House Kitchen, Anima Restaurante, and Restaurant Punto Panoramico.
Does Los Juncos Patagonian Lake House have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lake view available here.