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Canela Iguazu

Utracan b&b

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

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Charming Cottage Minutes from Downtown Bariloche

San Carlos de Bariloche house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

“Great place to stay and Bariloche is open for business” This is a great place to stay. Very comfortable, well maintained and with all the things you need. The owner's very helpful and always on hand to offer advice if needed. There's a folder with lots of local information about walks and things to do and see, which is very useful. I would certainly recommend staying here. It's a bit out of town and I would certainly consider hiring a car while you're there for ease of getting around. The owner organised car hire for us with a local company which worked out fine. We had heard some reports before we arrived that Bariloche had been badly affected by the volcanic ash, however we found this not to be the case when we arrived. Sure there's ash around but it's only a minor inconvenience - there's dust around which tends to be churned up by the traffic a bit and some of the views are obscured, particularly towards the north but other than that everything was fine. Villa la angostura on the northern side of Lake Nahuel Huapi (85km from Bariloche) has been badly affected and it's worth a visit to see. One local lady in a shop in Villa la angostura laughed scornfully saying "they (meaning Bariloche) have had nothing" when we spoke about the ash in Bariloche.

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