Vina Casa Silva

Address: Hijuela Norte, PO Box 97, San Fernando, Chile | B&B
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This B&B is located on Hijuela Norte, PO Box 97, San Fernando.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsVina Casa Silva San Fernando

      Reviewed by colettels

      Beautiful but quirky

      Reviewed Apr 29, 2012
      by (21 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      We arrived at around 9pm rather tired and hungry. It is such a shame that there is not a better welcome for late arrivals at Casa Silva. We raided the mini bar (why only a half bottle available) and had a $5 packet of crisps. A small welcome platter with cheese and biscuits would be easy to provide. The night guard had very little information and certainly there's no information in the rooms or public areas. The night guard did not tell us that the clocks were changing in Chile that night. The house is beautiful, the location stunning, the tour charming but the welcome and the lack of information on arrival make it a very quirky place to stay

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Vina Casa Silva San Fernando

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from San Fernando

      Santiago to Shangrila-La

      A travel blog entry by rktravel on Oct 29, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... new acquaintances also stuck around once we set foot in San Fernando to make sure we knew where we were going. They took us to a nearby magazine stand, asking every passerby if they knew about Shangri-La, the location of our pre-arranged work exchange. After ten minutes of phone calls and waving down cars, a youthful faced man with broken English told us he would take us to the bus terminal. Carlos, our unexpected new friend, was a taxi driver. He ...

      OLD and never posted- Maybe I'll open a lodge

      A travel blog entry by talkingbird on Dec 11, 2012

      Today was a crazy day.

      I woke up at 6:15, went to set up breakfast for 7, served it, talked with Hernen and Pato, the regulars, a bit, cleaned up and then headed to the vineyard to weed. Don Cele told me what to do, and I set about pulling out those pesky molestias for about 3.5 hours. I have the farmer's tan/sunburn to prove it. It was surprisingly relaxing. Mostly because every time I looked up from the ground I realized I was sitting in a vineyard, ...


      A travel blog entry by talkingbird on Dec 09, 2012

      13 photos

      Well I must be doing something right. I have officially been put in charge of the lodge for a few days. Will and Carolina left me in charge on Friday as a sort of practice and now I am in charge until Wednesday..that means making, serving, and cleaning, bfast, lunch and dinner, cleaning the rooms, bar tending at night, and in my "spare" time from that I get to water all the gardens, weed, ...

      Today I went on a hike

      A travel blog entry by talkingbird on Dec 05, 2012

      16 photos

      Today I went on a hike with Will and here are some photos from it. It was ...

      I'll be back

      A travel blog entry by talkingbird on Dec 03, 2012

      14 photos

      ... had no idea where I was going, they told me they would stop where I needed and tell me when to get off. It was a relaxing ride until about 40 school kids got on and it was incredibly crowded. Our bus also broke down so we had to wait for another and switch. It was croweded and I was obviously the only one who doesn't ride that bus everyday so it was kinda awkward. Anyways, eventually I got dropped off where I needed and walked to the lodge.