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El Cortijo Hotel is a one-time colonial house that has been transformed into a boutique hotel in the village of Cachi, Salta. We really enjoyed our stay, comfortable room, and just a short walk up the hill from the main square. The staff were really nice, and I really loved the furniture, decorations and spaces around the hotel, including in the room.
Hosteria Automovil Club is set in a privileged location in Cachi, located 98 mi from Salta. Wi-Fi is free and there is an outdoor swimming pool, a children's playground, and barbecue facilities. Amazing hotel in a great location. Really nice and helpful staff.
Casa del Tejedor features accommodations with a shared lounge, a garden and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. The location is perfect ! The host is gentle and descreet. The breakfast was beyond perfection, we had more than needed, much choice and very fresh. The charm of this place is simply amazing. Very clean. Good beds.
Located 2.5 mi from Cachi vineyard, Casas en Cachi provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. All rooms (kitchen, living, bedrooms) were really spacious. All three bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. The property is located about a 3 minute hike from the central square of Cachi.
Boasting garden views, Casa San José offers accommodations with a garden and a patio, around 1.5 mi from Cachi vineyard. Our stay at Casa Jose did not disappoint for any single moment, yet the most impressive were for sure the views - absolutely breathtaking, then the very warm welcome and extremely hospital owners that respected our privacy but were always available for any question, and surprised us with an exquisite snack. Finally, the careful renovation of the house and the authentic details that made the accommodation be warm and comfortable.
Set in a charming garden with a swimming pool, Miraluna Cabañas offers self-catering cabins with free Wi-Fi and mountain views in Cachi. Breakfast is provided. La Aguada Main Road is 4.3 mi away. Valeria was excellent, from our reception to the most complete tour of a winery we've had. That cabins are very clean and comfortable with lots of options for longer stays. We will come back!
Set in Cachí in the Salta Province region, Abra Del Monte casa de familia offers accommodations with free private parking. Cachi vineyard is 4.3 mi from the holiday home. The house is located outside of Cachi in a very rural area. It’s surrounded by nature and in the night you’re able to see the stars. Beautiful. The house was clean and had everything we needed. You actually don’t need to do grocery shopping - the owner provided everything, even drinks, yoghurt and bread (not meat of course) All you do is pay him at the end of your stay. There’s even a price list. This is an advantage because Cachi is a bit of a way to drive to and there’s no supermarket nearby.
Cabaña El Fuerte offers accommodations 1.9 mi from Cachí. The property affords views of the mountains and of the Cachi Valley. The town's Main Square is 1.6 mi away. Lovely cabana with plenty of space. They brought breakfast to us in the morning! 👌🏻 Staff were so friendly, they didn’t mind that we got there really late, they just left the cabin open for us which was so helpful.
There is absolutely nothing to detain the visitor in Cachi. It is totally devoid of charm or attraction and there is no reason to stay. The restaurants are of a very poor standard and the quality of the food and of service is dire. A forty minute wait after ordering was not unusual and then the food would be cold and virtually inedible. We could not finish any of the meals that were provided. Cachi is, of course, on a wonderful route through the Andes and is difficult to avoid. If there is time, the traveller on this route should continue to the nice small town of Molinos with some lovely old colonial buildings, attractive adobe houses. and a very interesting church. .It also has a very nice hotel - the Hacienda de Molinos , a former residence of a Governor of the Province - - with a very, very good restaurant. It is well worth the visit.
travelled by car Cafayate > Cachi beware that there is 100km of gravel road, very corrugated i suggest a full tank of fuel before leaving Cafayate coming to/from Salta, scenic very winding mountain road with major gravel sections national park of cacti is gret
Small scenic town. Can get good food. Hit or miss. Get gas early as we waited one hour for the truck to unload. Should have filled up the night before. Road to Cafayate is rough but you should do it once for the experience.
Lovely little town which , though certainly touristy, still has a real NW Argentine charm about it. Great for a few days relaxation. Coming from the south, it’s a long haul on challenging unsaved roads, but the views are absolutely worth it and the town itself is delightful. It also has some great places to eat including a fabulous veggie restaurant - hurrah!
Small traditional northern Argentina town. A great place to slow down and enjoy. Great central plaza. Adequate selection of shops and restaurants. Safe and easy to walk around - but beware the very high curbs! The gravel road from Cafayate is challenging - and takes 4-5 hours. Friendly people - but very little English is spoken. Viracocha restaurant is v good. (Say hello to Nicolas and ask to see his art).
It is a long long drive there .. up rather high hairpin bends .. some of which are unpaved going up for a long stretch .. scenery out of this world .. a 4/4 truck / car would be better . ( we were in a rental saloon car .. not so good on the unpaved sections .. then you reach catchi .. glorious old town .. a play was on in the evenings by the children outside the church .. the square is lit up all around and outside all the small avenues around .
We really enjoyed our stay, comfortable room, and just a short walk up the hill from the main square. The staff were really nice, and I really loved the furniture, decorations and spaces around the hotel, including in the room.