Located on a 250-acre working farm—Fundo Las Escalas—Pata Lodge is surrounded by organic plantations, pastures, and pristine forests, all below the snowcapped peaks of the Las Monjas Range. The turquoise-hued Futaleufu River runs along one side of the farm, creating 1.5 miles of pebbled beaches.
Pata is a sustainable project, with reforestation and rewilding components, of which the principal aim is to generate a positive footprint on the land as well as on the local community. With local labor and materials, Pata’s farms are off-grid, producing their own energy, treating their water and encouraging recycling and composting cycles.
Pata Lodge Futaleufu River is a collection of five rustic-chic cabins, each with a unique personality. The cabins are set within fields and forest, and range in size from one to three bedrooms. All feature warm woodwork, crisp linens, custom furnishings. Some of the larger cabins add living rooms, kitchens, and fireplace.
Among their common areas Pata Lodge has a hot tub (ofuro), river beaches, a yoga, meditation and pilates Shalah, a small movie theatre, a greenhouse and work space.
Pata’s Bistro, their restaurant, draws thoughtfully from the local ingredients and regional flavors, many of which are organically grown in the farm.
Guests can explore the nearby hiking trails and river beaches and enjoy available stand up paddle boards and Canadian canoes. LANDED can also arrange fishing, riding, biking, and rafting excursions.