A real way of enjoying the beauty
and hospitality, of our country life. A perfect
place for relaxing and ideal for those who love
a peaceful and quiet stay.
All these estancias are built in different styles,
classic or colonial, are located in the silent
Pampas and maintain the spirit of the gaucho tradition.
Each one offers excellent accommodation, facilities
traditional home made meals and personal service.
In all of them you can enjoy their facilities
for sports, such as swimming-pool, horse-back
riding, golf, tennis, carriages rides, birdwatching
and many more. A short stop in one of these estancias
during your trip to Argentina, will make your
visit an unforgettable experience. This is just
a very small sample to guide you through this
new travelling style.
Ombú: The charming main house was built
in 1880 and it was named after our National
Tree.From the splendid veranda you can
admire the old trees of the parkland.
It has 6 rooms with private bathroom,
swimming pool, and very important stud-
farm with typical creole horses.
Located in San Antonio de Areco (110
km) from Buenos Aires, offers many possibilities
to enjoy a relaxing and quite stay.
Porteña: This is a very old "Estancia"
in San Antonio de Areco only 110 km
away from Buenos Aires.
It has 180 hectares of park and ancient
It offers an excellent personalized
service, stylish rooms and suites, playroom,
and delicious food.
It has 4 rooms with private bathroom.
You can enjoy tennis, golf, swimming
and horse riding in a warm, homely surrounding.
María The magnificent Tudor style house,
built by Alejandro Bustillo, stands
proudly in the 40 hectare gardens designed
by Thays, with long paths lined with
eucalyptus, plane, cypress and oak trees.
The delicious food, the excellent hospitality
offered by the owner and the serene
atmosphere, attract visitors once and
It offers 22 suites, reading- room,
playroom, pool, central heating, golf
facilities (nearby), room service.
Horse riding, swimming in the pool,
carriage rides and tennis are all enjoyable
activies to enhance your stay.
Santa Rita A road lined with eucalyptus and
casuarina trees leads to the old house
that belongs to the Ezcurra , direct
descendents of Juan Manuel de Rosas.
The house hasbeen renovated, recapturing
its old splendour and since 1996, has
received guests in its six elegant suites,
each with its own log fire. The main
salons look out over the magnificent,
ancient woodlands and romantic gazebo.
Swimming, horse riding or simply reading
are the best ways to enjoy this peaceful