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Estancia Cerro Guido


Torres del Paine (east) (Torres del Paine, Chile)


This traditional lodge is on a 90,000 hectare working sheep farm with 50,000 sheep about 45km from the Laguna Amarga (eastern) entrance to Torres del Paine national park. It has wonderful views of the Towers themselves.


Riding and excursions into the park are a key feature, as well as the day-to-day experiences of a Patagonian estancia (a tour around the estancia buildings is very interesting).


The lodge has only 12 rooms which are spacious and beautifully furnished. Some of the rooms have fireplaces but all are cosy and warm.

Our comments

A great option to witness life on a sheep farm, but in a very comfortable way!

Client comments and reviews

Open QuoteWow! We loved every bit of the area and the journey there. We were lucky with perfect weather for the first couple of days. On the last day it rained in the morning when we were supposed to go riding but we chilled out instead (which we were happy about) and in the afternoon we had an estancia tour which was very interesting.Close Quote - JB (March 2023)
Open QuoteWe have no words good enough for Estancia Cerro Guido. Everything was perfect. We were singing your praises for putting us there rather than in the park and we had a wonderful time with a hike in the park, horse riding in the estancia and fishing. Unbelievable food, pisco sours, wine, service, views from the dining room. Elegant, smart bedrooms and so many personal touches with their guided tours of the estancia, BBQs and welcome drink. One afternoon when the weather was not so good they even rounded up some sheep for us and did a sheep shearing display. Great quality of horses too. Probably the nicest place we have ever stayed in and we have stayed in some lovely ones. We had to drag ourselves away.Close Quote - EH (January 2024)
Open QuoteCerro Guido was delightful. The staff were very friendly and the meals were delicious with immaculate personal service. We were very pleased we stayed outside the National Park; the day we had in the Park was busy with buses and too many people. We felt the scenery highlights could be done in a day and it was too cold in the wind to do much walking! Cerro Guido seemed to give a much more real flavour of Patagonian landscape and wildlife. We were lucky enough to see a puma and condors feeding in a group. The hotel guides were all into conservation and full of youthful enthusiasm.Close Quote - JE (December 2023)
Open QuoteCerro Guido was excellent, relaxed and fairly unique. The lovely guest house area had two very pleasant sitting rooms - space to relax and read or chat with others. The team were very helpful advising on excursions both guided and on our own and on our wildlife excursion and saw condors, eagles, Andean fox and more.Close Quote - PC (November 2022)
Open QuoteThe views of the mountains from the restaurant in Cerro Guido and on their horse riding excursions were superb!Close Quote - AP (November 2007)

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