La Maison de Ushuaia B&B

H. Bouchard 316, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, 9410, Argentina | B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Maison de Ushuaia B&B

Reviewed by wildkriv

A unique experience...

Reviewed Mar 19, 2014
by (51 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

We had a great stay with Solange and her family. The accommodation is more of a home-stay than hostel but guests have their own kitchen and bathroom. Our double room had character with our bed on a plinth! Clean and very cosy. Breakfast was very good and plentiful with excellent coffee and bread. Solange made us a packed-lunch when we had a very early start to leave Ushuaia. Perfect hospitality. The family dog 'Moon' is adorable!

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TripAdvisor Reviews La Maison de Ushuaia B&B

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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

El Fin del Mundo...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Mar 19, 2014

15 photos

As we made our way south through Tierra del Fuego, the large island reluctantly shared by Argentina and Chile, it was clear that the 'land of fire' really is the end of the world due to its isolated location and inaccessibility. Neither of us had been this far south before. Prior to the 1800s, passing ships named this land as they spotted the glow …

........"Here At The End Of The World"

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 10, 2014

4 comments, 44 photos

... that are left now are known as the “Tree Cemetery” and it is a vast clearing of grey cold stumps and skeletal branches that are pretty miserable to look at but then again these chaps were murderers and rapists and I was not feeling too sorry for them but the commentator seems to think that we should gasp at how ********e by they were,well call me Mr.Heartless,I was not buying that old bilge. Never the less the history around it all was fairly interesting and in ...


A travel blog entry by danielgpeters on Apr 01, 2014

2 comments, 43 photos

... booked so after a quick flip through Lonely Planet we had a location for the cab driver. He knew the location well and we were off in no time... Unfortunately the cab driver didn't know the hostel had apparently closed months prior so we were now in the middle of town with all our bags on the side of the road and no where to go. (Mind you I haven't worn pants, much less a jacket/hat/gloves since I made it to South America so ...

Departing Ushuaia

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 19, 2014

47 photos

... 4:10. I was directed to my cabin, 324, which didn’t take long – it’s the first cabin on the left side of the starboard hallway, just steps away from the reception desk where the gangway is located. I was immediately confused because my travel agency, (run by my best friend and frequent travel companion, Mike), had confirmed me in Cabin 327, one of only two triple-share cabins on the ship ...

It´s (almost) the end of the world as we know it..

A travel blog entry by rodaidh on Feb 17, 2013

... and I felt, well mostly cold until I managed to replace my coat. Not that I could replace it properly because they didn't have it, only the bodywarmer (i.e. sleeveless) version which was somehow 50 quid more than I had paid for the version with far more material at home. Useful travel tip, never ever come to Argentina to go clothes shopping, it is a ridiculous, eye watering rip-off. The same North Face gear that is expensive at home requires ...