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La Casa de los Limoneros
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Reviewed October 20, 2009

La Casa de los Limoneros is my favorite spot when I travel to Argentina, I always keep 4 days for Colonia Uruguay and go to this incredible posada. It is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy nature. Surrounded by the most beautiful lemon orchards, and incredible landscapes, and just minutes away from the old city of Colonia! It is esy to travel from Buenos Aires, just 1 hr away by ferry, and an excellent break from the city life.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed October 8, 2009

My husband and returned from a trip to Buenos Aires in May, and it was a blast. Buenos Aires had the food, wine, music, museums and shopping that we had been promised we would love. The nine days we had to travel were mostly all spent in BA, all but 3 nights. It was a hard pick passing up the Iguazu Falls, but we decided instead to go to Colonia, Uruguay. After surfing the web and Trip Advisor, we decided to reserve a room at Casa de Los Limoneros, a small and beautiful Villa-like house(they have a website). It was the best decision we could have made. It was gorgeous, like a paradise for us. We come from the Bay Area, California, and were wanting some down time and a contrast to the world we live in. Buenos Aires was a blast but its hard to unwind three and slow down there. Casa de Los Limoneros had a big pond in front-- that we woke up to every morning, with 8 acres of lemon orchard, miles of country road to stroll on, and for shopping and eating out, the small ancient town of Colonia. The atomosphere of the house is like "this is your home, enjoy it", the staff let us go in the animal pen with a sheep, birds, turkey; we had the company of 3 nice dogs, one that even loved to follow us around. We found flowers, butterflies, lemons, horses, cows, fishermen, an old bull fighting ring that had only been used for 8 bullfights over 100 yrs. ago, and some of the best food in the old town of Colonia (Italian, Crepes and fish). At the Casa there were CDs to explore at night as we hung out at the house. The house is very old and mixes a antiques with modern design. One of the owners is an architect. The home is gorgeous, the architecture is amazingly old and has a feeling of the old and grand. It was just as exciting as the old and grand Buenos Aires and made a good contrast. Price: approximately $100-120 with breakfast included. Other meals can be ordered at extra cost, however, you can go into town to eat as well.

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Reviewed October 7, 2009

It was an honour to be the first ever Australian guests at this b&b, It truly is heaven and we had a wonderful 2 night stay . The house is magnificent as is the food and surroundings. The pool would be wonderful in mid summer. Our two hosts were charming and informative and took us out for a drive, also the history lesson Mario gave us when driving through Colonia was excellent. Colonia is a wonderful old town and a great place to see the sun go down whilst enjoying a glass of local wine before heading back to a picture perfect lemon grove. Loved the trio of labradors too !!

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed June 3, 2009

I stayed there for one night - it was a birthday present for my partner. The location is absolutely gorgeous and the fact that it is outside of Colonia gives the trip a peace and tranquility not to be found in any city, no matter how tiny. However, we were shocked when we got the bill for the food we had consumed there (one dinner for two and two sandwiches for lunch the following day)....it cost more than the stay!!! We were charged 15 dollars for a ham and cheese sandwhich with no dressing -just lettuce and tomato (we had 2!!). We considered this to be a problem, considering that we did not have a car and that there are no other places to eat nearby.
Conclusion: the place is beautiful but bring a packed lunch!!

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank dfrankenberg
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Reviewed March 16, 2009

My partner and I just finished our stay here and it was INCREDIBLE. The grounds of the Lemon plantation are beautiful. It was the PERFECT relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires. Mario and Sergio and their staff are the nicest people and they run a first class operation. Soon enough Hollywood royalty are going to discover this place :). It's a short drive (10-15 US dollar cab ride) from the center of colonia. It's the most relaxing place I have ever been. The house is stunning with 30 foot vaulted ceilings in the house and in our room. great shower and bathroom, comfortable bed, nice linens. We were invited to have a Parilla lunch with Mario and Sergio which was amazing. The breakfast in the morning was something out of a dream.... you name it it was on the table. Carolina made great cafe con leche and was very attentive and always with a beautiful smile on her face. I cannot wait to return for a longer stay. It was the first time I was able to get a perfect uninterrupted 9 hours of sleep in over a week in Argentina. We fell asleep to the sound of the frogs in the pond and woke up 9 hours later to a calm serene morning. This place is like something you'd see in the movies. A truly magical experience. I WILL return!

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled as a couple
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