A unique chalet surrounded by the native forest, crystal-clear waters and astonishing mountains. Located on an evergreen mountain valley, limiting the Nahuel Huapi National Park, Río Foyel Lodge combines life amid wild forests and pastures with a taste of high standards of Argentinian food and hospitalityThe lodge combines cozy group spaces with private rooms. Ready to host up to 10 guests in 1 Master Suite with Queen size bed, and 3 rooms with 2 beds each. (All 3 rooms have built-in closets and share 2 complete bathrooms.) Enough space is available for additional beds. Both living room and dining room offer comfort and breathtaking views of the Bastión peak and the Foyel river. A magnificent fireplace and an antique wood stove warm up the house. For outdoor relaxation, the house has a wide wooden deck and a large barbecue fire spot for outdoor meals. Picking berries and apples from the orchard can also help guests relax and enjoy nature . If you like cooking, you are always welcome in the kitchen to help the chef, or make any suggestionsA warm cabin, few yards away from the main house is available for 2 more guests. The Manso Inferior valley is 90 minutes away from Bariloche City, and its International Airport. The access to Rio Foyel Lodge is a 13.5 miles gravel road, so it's naturally isolated and rarely used by massive tourism arriving to Bariloche. The valley holds the lowest segment of the Manso river, which runs West, down to Chile and the Pacific Ocean.