Manantial De Silencio

Designed to look like an estancia of old, Manantial was built with the key hallmarks of local traditions: white washed adobe, high ceilings made of cane, simple windows, stone floors, and white interior walls. The view of vivid red mountains from your window is framed by tall wooden shutters and wafting white muslin curtains from a wrought iron pole. Inside, simple dark wooden furniture sets off a pristine white armchair; the burnt wood headboard on the bed gives elegance to simple neutral linen bed coverings and Egyptian cotton sheets. There are duvets (unusually for Argentina) and a selection of pillows. Everything you need is here and simple toiletries are provided, though there’s nothing ostentatious. There are phones, a safe, Wi-Fi, and heating, but no television (though there’s one downstairs), and this adds to the serene feel.