Bahia Bustamante

Location: Argentinian Patagonia | Argentina

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

Bahia Bustamante is within a blissfully peaceful village which is home to just 40 residents and retains the simplicity of a bygone era. With rugged coastline on one side, and the endless desert Steppe on the other, it’s the perfect base to explore and get back to basics.
Perfect forBahia Bustamante is the Holy Grail for nature lovers, or anyone who wants to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
In the knowFor those who want to lose themselves in hands-on activities, we can arrange trips to Patagonian ranches where you can muck in with sheep-shearing and wool processing.

Recommended for...

  • Lodge
  • Off the Beaten Track
  • Setting & Views
  • Wildlife & Nature

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Sharing the land with two other sheep ranches, on the Northern shore of the San Jorge Gulf, Patagonia.

Rooms at Bahia Bustamante

It’ll be hard to choose between the 6 Sea-Front houses, overlooking the craggy coastline, or the 5 Steppe Houses with views of the eerie Patagonian desert. Both retreats mirror the rustic simplicity of their surroundings, allowing you to totally switch off and enjoy the luxury of silence.

Food and Drink

Having worked up an appetite in the bracing sea-air, you can put your feet up in ‘The Old Storehouse.’ Here you will find the restaurant which serves up satisfying flavours from the land, including fresh lamb, and organic fruit and vegetables. 

Facilites

There is a club-house and lounge-area which creates a wonderful community feel.

Activities at Bahia Bustamante

Bahia Bustamante is within the Marine National Park of Patagonia and is absolutely brimming with wildlife. On the beach, you will be mesmerised by the hoards of sea-birds, sea-lions, and penguins, filling the air with their haunting calls. Meanwhile, on the Steppe, armadillos, skunks, and foxes can be spotted skulking across the red-tinged desert. Aside from the wildlife, the Patagonian Steppe is home to the fascinating Petrified Forest, transporting you 60 million years back in time, before the Andes had risen.

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