Vina Casa Silva

Address: Hijuela Norte S/N Angostura, San Fernando, Chile | B&B
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This B&B is located on Hijuela Norte S/N Angostura, 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

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from San Fernando

          Dinner party

          A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Nov 05, 2014

          ... the place is full of ghosts supposedly, but to be fair the house is 300 years old so the occasionally ghost story is expected. Dave made a closer step to eating cheese by having some Quiche. Also at Luiz' house was a young couple who had just won a worldwide award for their wine so we now have a first hand knowledge of what makes a good wine incase it that valuable information is ever ...

          Day 98/100 Days of Wine&Roses / Dies de Vi i Roses

          A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Nov 24, 2013

          16 photos

          ... It was horrible. To make up for this, we could also admire many white herons. We are relaxed again now. We were able to catch up on stuff. Great days.

          I do not know if everyone in Chile uses this expression but it must be quite common: when you ask for something and they say they are brining it quickly, they say "vengo al tiro" like singing. We love it and we now say it ourselves. ...

          Santiago to Shangrila-La

          A travel blog entry by rktravel on Oct 29, 2013

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... very good English, which he studied in Washington for a semester. His family has owned the property for over 30 years, but has since migrated north to the city. Gustavo has been the manager since, continually developing the property to attract more and more visitors, mostly Chileans.

          Our room was connected to the tool shed. It had two beds inside and a small bathroom with no hot water. We were content though, due to our lack of sleep and ...

          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, ...