Chalet in the middle of nature
Hosted by Julia
Julia is the host.
6 guests
3 bedrooms
5 beds
2 baths
6 guests
3 bedrooms
5 beds
2 baths
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The thematic chalet is inserted in the middle of volcanoes, ancient forests, rivers and natural parks.
Cosy, well equipped and bright, offers a well-being for a complete disconnection.

The space

The provencal and yesteryear style are combined in Natura. Our ancestors, a timeless suspension of time…the chalet invites you to relive the golden years.
The chalet is part of 3,5 hectares of land. Enjoy the riverbanks of the Cautin, the little waterfall of "la paloma” on the day and an impecable vision of the Milky way at night.

Guest access

You will hace access to the entire chalet...three rooms, 2 bathrooms, american kitchen, the ski room and the huge peace of land where Natura is located. Several services are proposed such as massages, laundry, housekeeping...between others.

Interaction with guests

When you´ll arrive to Natura, we´ll show you the chalet and all around, answering to any doubts and needs. We can advice to all kind of activities and live the experience to share with local people and taste faire trade products.
The activities:
Thermal hot springs: Tolhuaca, Malalcahuello and Rio Blanco
Hiking: in the Tolhuaca, Conguillio and Nalcas natural reserves
Climbing and exploration of volcanoes and their craters: Llaima (3215 m), Tohuaca (2806 m), Lonquimay (2865 m) and – the mother of them all – the Sierra Nevada (2554 m)
Mountain biking: use the bicycle path that links Malalcahuello and Manzanar. You can start from the old train station and take in breath-taking views
Bird watching: everywhere, or with a guide
Ski and snowboarding: at the ski resorts of Corralco and Arenales
Snow shoes walks: everywhere, or with a guide
Ski touring: several paths
Snowkite
Kayak in the Cautín river (only in summer)
Canopy: feel the experience of “Tarzan” going from tree to tree
Horse riding
Visit to the village of indigenous culture (Mapuche – Pewenche)
Bathing in the river: in the Cautín at Mère Nature and also at Galletué, Icalma, Captrén, Laguna Blanca… between others
Travel across “cuesta las raices” by bicycle or in a car to see the magnificent panoramic views of the valley, and much more.
Outdoor workshops
Restorants

Other things to note

Spring starting at 21st of September and ending the 21st of December, is particularly beautiful with “lupinos” – purple and pink flowers – appearing to create an amazing show of colour in the fields. The weather is variable during this time of year alternating between sun and showers.

The summer months are full of sun from the 21st of December until the 21st of March; however given the southern location rain occasionally falls now and again. January is the driest and hottest month with an average temperature of 25°C.

In winter, from the 21st of June until the 23rd of September, snow and winter sports are abundant; the snow is of a very high quality in this part of the world. June is the wettest and coldest month with an average temperature of 4.7°C

Autumn, from March 20th until June 21st, brings a large palette of colours: brown, lilac, gold, deep greens and caramel tones.

The climate is temperate in Malalcahuello, however there is rainfall throughout the entire year.The average temperature throughout the year is 10.6°C.


Amenities
Family/Kid Friendly
Free parking on premise
Kitchen
Shampoo

Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
Bedroom 3
2 single beds

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 3PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)

•Each guest (including children) upon arrival should complete the logbook.
•Check out: 12H00 o'clock. A delay in your departure will have an additional cost
•Inventory: Will do a quick revision of the chalet at check out time.
IF A CABIN SUFFERS LOSSES, AN AMOUNT TO BE DETERMINED MUST BE PAID FOR DAMAGES INCURRED.
•Please, do not smoke inside of the cabins
•Reception hours: 8H30 - 22H00 hours. If you wish to contact us: +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
•Please, put the toilet paper in the rubbish bin to avoid clogged pipes
•Trash bags, once filled leave it at reception-home
•Turn on the oven with matches, lighter is only for the kitchen
•The gas shutoff valve is closed in horizontal position
•At night a motion captor illuminate the entrance to the cabin
•Please, take off your ski shoes before going inside of the house
•Option of throwing organic waste into our compost
•Remember to turn off the lightsif you are not using them
•Recycle cans, plastic & glass bottles


Cancellations

1 Review

Brian User Profile
August 2016
We really enjoyed our stay here. Alex and Julia were great hosts. They were attentive and responsive and the place was clean and cozy. Alex went skiing with us on a big powder day and we all had a great time. While there are other cabañas on the property (including Alex' and Julia's) the place is very quiet and peaceful. There are lots of birds and the waterfall and creek are pleasant. We would definitely stay there again.
Julia User Profile
Response from Julia:
Dear Brian, Thank you very much for the suggestions.... We enjoyed pretty much meeting you and your group. You are welcome anytime!
August 2016

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Julia User Profile
Hola! We are a franco chilean family living in this beautiful piece of paradise in the south of Chili and would love to share it with you all.
Languages: English, Español, Français
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within a day

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