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Reviewed January 21, 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for two nights in the 3 bedroom cottage. This is a perfect guest house. All bedding and amenities are top shelf. We also enjoyed dinner here that was outstanding along with two breakfasts. Out breakfast was an 5,000 pesos because we stayed in the cottage. I think if you stay in the main house it's included. BTW the views are spectacular of Torres Del Paine. Cristobal does and outstanding job as host.

Date of stay: January 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank diamond4
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Reviewed January 9, 2017 via mobile

Stayed here 3 nights, it is a lovely spot but a bit isolated, you need a taxi in to town, about £5 each way, or a car. staff are friendly but not always available for check in, advice or information, most do not speak much English
It would be really useful if some hotel info could be supplied in a few languages to help guests, essentially what is the password for wifi, this information was not offered, how to order a meal if there is no one about, a local taxi number, a notice saying what to do at reception on arrival/ check in if no staff around
A few simple readily available bits of information would have made our stay much more enjoyable

Date of stay: January 2017
Thank girlierunner
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Reviewed December 10, 2016 via mobile

1. When you take a shower the neighbours and people who walk by the hotel, can watch you as there is a window in the shower...so if you don't like to be naked in front of strangers, don't stay here..
2. The room was cold, despite the fact the heating was on max...so if you don't want to get a cold, don't stay here..
3. The shower was only burning hot or freezing cold...no matter how you try to adjust the temperature it doesn't work..so if you like to shower as most people, don't stay here.
4. The food. We arrived late (9pm, btw. we sent an e-mail for the time of arrival a day befofe) and asked if we can get some food. The answer was: the kitchen is closed. Later we found out that the opening hours of the kitchen, acorrding to the hotel rules, are till 10pm. The sad thing is, they didnt try to offer even a snack or recommend a restaurant.
5. The noise. You can here the other guest talking, walking and other noises that your body produces. So if you like a good night sleep, don't stay here.
6. The wi-fi. Very slow. Don't even try to use it.
7. The owner (check in guy!). Most unfriendly person in Chile (after 3 weeks of traveling)...if you like friendly chilenian people - they are in all the other hotels.
FAR AWAY OF A BOUTIQUE HOTEL, MORE LIKE A NICE DECORATED HOSTEL. So if you want a real boutique hotel, don't stay here!!!

Date of stay: December 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank Tadej T
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Reviewed July 31, 2016

We were there during the low-low season (July) when things in the area are pretty basic. Our reservation was in place and the House was opened almost exclusively for us during 4 days (only one other couple for one night). Speak of personalized attention.

The room was warm, the bed was great and the view quite amazing, especially one sun rise with everything covered with ice.

Breakfast was nice, nothing special but abundant, real coffee (thanks!), eggs if you wanted, instant made, not kept for hours in a heater that's usually cold.

We got all the necessary information and went for 2 days in a row in our car to Torres. It's better if you have a car since the house is some 4 mi from Puerto Natales, but a taxi can be called and will be there promptly.

Thank you for a wonderful vacation!

Room tip: Try to get a room with a view over to the North.
Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Aventurero2010
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Reviewed May 19, 2016

Borries House

A real gem; a stunning rural retreat, away from the town but close enough for visits or restaurants. Elegance and comfort make this Anglo-Chilean small hotel unique. The views, colours and ambiance were splendid, water, mountains, ice and horses in the pastures, with small reminders of the areas industrial past. Examples can be seen in the nearby ‘Singleton 5* Hotel’, excellent for a drink, with fascinating, preserved massive British engineering machines.
The attention to detail in Borries House ensures relaxation, with delightful breakfasts, pillows and towels. Traditional wood and ceramics are used tastefully in the decorations resulting in interesting and engaging dining/sitting areas.

I fully recommend this rustic, attractive small hotel. Horse riding from estancia to estancia outside the commercial traffic tourist routes of Torres del Paine must be a wonderful experience. I look forward to returning to this comfortable, enjoyable hotel and spending time exploring the local environment and enjoying Borries House hospitality.

Room tip: Ask for a sea view
Date of stay: March 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank anna b
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