Estancia Santa Ines is unlike anywhere else we stayed in Argentina. Although we were paying, we felt as if we were staying with old friends in their country retreat. Nanni and her niece Andrea were perfect hosts. For example we arrived late at 11 pm and were amazed and touched that Nanni had stayed up late so she could eat with us. Meals were delicious. Breakfast was served on the verandah and tea by the fireside. Lunch and dinner were served on the large mahogany table in the large dining room . The house and estate have an interesting history, and Nanni spent several hours showing us round and talking about all the trees, shrubs and flowers in the subtropical forest surrounding the house. She also booked taxis for our visit to the Jesuit missions about an hour's drive away, and to the even better preserved missions in Paraguay.
Our bedroom and bathroom were delightfully old fashioned! The beds have comfortable new mattresses. We were sad when the time came to leave.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Estancia Santa Ines was founded over 100 years ago by Don Pedro Neez who promoted the tourism in Iguazu building the first hotel where the travelers arrived on his renowned Espaea ship, He was a pioneer with the first plantations of yerba mate in Misiones. The colonial English style farmhouse is located in the middle of a park, which opens on a Misiones whispering jungle islet. It also has a small Chapel and a volcanic stone swimming pool and its water is fresher than a spring. This ranch is situated just 20 km from Posadas, province capital city, in the k. ... more less
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