The house is tucked into a beech grove in the heart of a 50,000-acre working cattle ranch—Cerro de los Pinos—founded in 1909. Gauchos still work the land, as their families have for three generations.
The Chimehuin and Quilquihue rivers frame the property with 17 miles of frontage; their crystal-clear waters are renowned for trout pools—home to monstrous browns up to 30 inches.
The nine cozy guest rooms are furnished with artisanal textiles, ceiling fans, and radiant heat. Wi-Fi is available throughout the lodge as well as at the outdoor sitting areas.
The lodge features indoor and outdoor dining and seating areas, fireplace, lounge, honor bar, wood-fired sauna, Yoga, and a massage room.
Guides, gear, and drift boats for fly-fishing are available for any level of expertise; even beginners can hit it big here. Riding, biking, hiking, and wing shooting excursions are also available.