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Scarsdale, New York
Reviewed 19 May 2016

First of all, the place is very difficult to find especially when it is already dark; there is only a very small sign on a fence on route 105 which we happen to see by chance. The place is special but it is not well maintained; it is in fact quite run down and certainly not worth US$210 per person...

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London, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 February 2016

Staying at Estancia Santa Ines is an experience like no other - we had the most magical time. Nanni and Angelique were amazing and after 2 days with them, we felt like we were a part of their family! This is like stepping back in time to the colonial days when Nanni's grandfather came to Argentina and built his home...

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Rivarennes
Reviewed 4 December 2015 via mobile

This Estancia has been in the family since it was built by Nanni's grandfather. Guests are welcomed as family guests. For anyone who likes peace and quite and an intimate atmosphere it is wonderful. The house itself is perhaps in need of some updating but riding a horse through the Mate plantation to the volcanic rock swimming pool was something...

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paris
Reviewed 31 January 2013

Staying in Estancia Santa Ines is a very unique experience. As we arrived there with my wife late in the night, because we were lost on the way, covered in mud, Nina welcomed us with all her kindness. After our shower, she served us a delicious homemade dinner. In our old fashioned large room, we spent then a delicious night,...

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London, England
Reviewed 30 May 2011

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...

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Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 8 February 2011

My Dad always used to say a well-off chap could sit around "like a tea planter", and now I know what he meant, even though Mate is rather different to tea. Living at Estancia Santa Ines for a couple of days was to be transported right into another lifestyle and it was one that I would like to have become...

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Massachusetts
Reviewed 30 October 2010

The estancia is a working farm, and the accommodations are in the main house of the family that has founded the estancia a century ago. Beautiful home, full of the family furnishings and pictures. Architecturally this place is a gem, and the setting superb, with grand gardens that merge into jungle and a natural pool great for swimming. The manager,...

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newyork
Reviewed 19 March 2010

If you're going to Posadas (e.g., en route to Iguasu, to the Jesuit mission ruins at San Ignacio Mini, or to the Esteros del Ibara), this is a much nicer place to stay than in a hotel in town. Nanny, the owner and your hostess, is charming and welcoming and will tell you the fascinating history of the estancia, which...

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South Bay area, Ca
Reviewed 19 April 2009

We stayed for two nights at the estancia and had a wonderful time. The estancia is an old house built in 1901, by the host’s grandfather. It’s like staying in a museum but you get to touch things. All the meals, including wine, were included, and we had some of our best meals in Argentina at the estancia. One day...

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Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska
Reviewed 4 November 2008

My wife & I stayed 2 nights, during a driving tour through the Misiones province. We had heard about staying at estancias, and booked one through a travel agent in Posadas. Overall, we had a wonderful experience. The main house is absolutely beautiful, as is the surrounding grounds. It is obvious that the family had a lot of money at...

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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 

Additional Information about Estancia Santa Ines

Address: Ruta 105 km 8,5, Posadas, Argentina
Region: Argentina > Litoral > Province of Misiones > Posadas
Price Range: $632 - $644 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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