We had a great time in this lovely finca. We received a very warm welcome. The service and surrounding was stunning and the food was absolutely delicious! ………………………………………………….. Greetings from Germany!
This is a beautiful, small, luxury hotel on a working farm in the countryside near Salta, Argentina. Each room is named after a crop (corn, wheat, etc.) and is decorated somewhat thematically. The rooms are lovely and our king bed was super comfortable. Having two sinks was a plus. There is a delightful swimming pool. We had a wonderful dinner at Las Margaritas' restaurant, in fact one of the best meals we had in Argentina. I believe Daniela, the owner/manager, studied cooking in Paris. Daniela is really lovely, and very welcoming. In the morning before we left, she gave us a tour of the farm which has been in her family for five generations. The members of the staff were all most accommodating. Our only regret is that we didn't plan to stay longer. There are nice walks near the hotel and possibilities for bird watching and horse back riding. Everywhere we stayed in Argentina during our three week trip was very nice and luxurious, but this was the highlight and the only place I am writing about. I hope in this time of worldwide medical catastrophe that the hotel at Finca Las Margaritas will survive and eventually prosper.…
Before returning to Buenos Aires after a 2-months trip in Argentina and Chile we wanted to spend some quiet and relaxing days near Salta. La Finca Las Margaritas was the ideal place to stay. Our room was huge and lovely decorated, bathroom excellent and spotless. We were the only guests, and I would have understood if the restaurant would not have been open, but still, we had an à la carte choice and the food was lovely! And so was the breakfast. Lots of fresh produce from their farm. Everybody really took care, there was always somebody around if you needed something (like a bottle of wine to enjoy at the pool ...). Even the pool was heated just for us. Hospitality at its best. Thank you, Natalia! Wish I could go back. If you are a digital addict, you might face a small problem. There is no TV and the internet is working only occasionally. But this is of no importance once you are there.…
We travelled from Purmamarca to Cachi and choose this accommodation as a stop. Very nice Hotel to relax. You can even have diner and lunch there. The breakfast was excellent. Would go there anytime again.
After a 6 km of country side road we discovered the finca and were immediatly amazed by the welcome and by all what was made for a good stay. Even the swimming pool was heated. we had our dinner prepared with a lot of attention and afterwards enjoyed the comfort of our room
Lovely little 5 bedroom hotel. Traditional furnishings. Excellent home cooking.A bit of an adventure to reach the place over unpaved roads and through a (not quite dry) riverbed. Home cooking by local ladt was excellent and nice choice of inexpensive drinks.
We loved our stay at Finca Las Margarita. Daniela, who spoke perfect English, looked after our every need including aloe leaves for Stan’s sunburn. We enjoyed the tour of the farm, especially the tobacco growing and processing, and our country walks. The food was delicious too. Try it!
Very nice and carefully restored fince south of Salta. Easy to reach (however some unpaved road sections!) by car from Salta airport (around 30 min to go). Spacious rooms, very well equipped. Extremely friendly owner family (sisters) and staff. Heated outdoor pool. Also excellent resaurant (in case needed individulally prepared meals). It was a grat stay there!
We stumbled on this place by accident. And then came back to stay for 3 nights. It is a wonderful place to relax; great food; comfortable and a very friendly and welcoming staff. The attention to detail ensures a wonderful stay.
Everybody is trying hard to make your stay nice. I think that explaines the high ratings: it feels like betrayal not to do so. But I cannot ignore the fact that this stay has been by far the least comfortable so far in Argentinia. The location is poor. Not the nice views and secluded area which you can find elsewhere: you are on a farm. With all the noises of a farm with it: tractors running around, mowing of grass, etc. During the night there is the loud noise of crickets, so it certainly isn't quite in this place. The room is nice, but is missing details to make it comfortable. There is no fridge, no garbagebin, and there isn't enough lighting. The shower is poor as well. I had a tasty lunch. There wasn't wine by the glass available, so I ordered one of the three half bottles on the menu. They all weren't available. So I order a whole bottle instead. The wine was only served ten minutes after the food... Breakfast was poor. No buffet or something, because I was the only guest. Day old bread with cheese or ham, a small glass of orange juice and filtercoffee was served, and that was it. Fresh bread is served nowhere in Argentina for breakfast, so I survived on cruesli so far. Here that wasn't an option. There wasn't a toaster either to make the old bread more acceptable. I asked for fruit or yoghurt, to receive a basket with overdue fruits... No one, except for Natalia, spoke a word English. Natalia was running errands in Salta, so she wasn't much arround, which made communication tough. All toghether it isn't a bad place to stay at all, but it is a bit overrated though. …