Dating from the 1870s, this historic posada was the original farm house of Welsh settlers in the province of Chubut. In 1988 the Plust family purchased 53 of the 100 original hectares, updated the facilities and opened the posada to guests. Each of the three bedrooms offers period furnishings and private, modern bathrooms. A small library and reading room provides the perfect spot for guests to relax and read about the history of Chubut. A cozy dining room with a large fireplace and bar becomes the gathering place for guests to share stories from their day. On the property, travelers can explore walking paths along the adjacent Chubut River and bikes are available for guests use. Hammocks and a barbeque pit for the typical Patagonian feast complete this authentic experience. With close proximity to Peninsula Valdes and the penguin rookery at Punta Tombo, Posada Los Mimbres is an excellent base for exploring wildlife rich Chubut.