Cabañas Las Lavandas, with two cozy mountain cabins surrounded by a beautiful grove and a park of 6000 m2. Bathroom, kichinette, super bright living room, a major outdoor deck, air conditioning /heat, grill, pool, parking. Address: Located 47 Km. from the capital, going by the Pan American branch of Pilar.
Cabins Las Lavandas are located in a 30 Ha. Park with 24 Hrs surveillance. The cabins are equipped for 3 or for 5 guests maximum. Includes linens, cleaning service, lounge chairs. Our services propose personal or business meditation groups. This practice is an effective tool to mitigate the effects of stress and anxiety characteristic of our times. Our group belongs to the Foundation Network Link, Center Link Jungian Anthropology.
Cabin 2/3 People
Cabin 4/5 People
Large Cabin: Very bright living room with 3 beds with mattress, with large windows overlooking the park. Kichinette equipped with dishes, refrigerator and stove. A large bedroom with double bed (box spring), bathroom and a large outdoor deck with lounge chairs. The cabin is very well equipped with air conditioning/heating and a 5000 calories shot stove balanced to natural gas. Cabin Loft: Bright living room with large windows overlooking the park, with double bed (box spring) and a single bed (box spring). Kichinette equipped with dishes, refrigerator and stove. Bathroom and a large outdoor deck with lounge chairs. The cabin is very well equipped with air conditioning/heating.
Note: The published rates are only for reference, must be confirmed by the hotel.
· Air Conditioning · Private Bathroom · Heating · Box Spring Bed · Fully Equipped Kitchen · Kitchenette · Fridge · Bed Clothes · TV · Crockery
· Barbecue Area · Green Area · Parking Lot · Hammock · Internet Wi-fi · Swimming Pool · 24 Hours Security · Lounge Chairs
Directions to Cabañas Las Lavandas en Pilar Coming from Ezeiza, take the Avenida General Paz towards the Rio de la Plata, then go by the Pan American Pilar branch to take up about 50 miles up where The Jumbo, Village Cinema and Easy are located. There leave the Panamericana (it is a run) and make a left turn (pass over the bridge that crosses the Pan American), advancing about 400 m. until it ends the Complex Jumbo/Easy and in the traffic light when you get onto Route 8 (to the left is a Shell Service Station), turn left (such as returning to Capital), going about 10 blocks and to the right there a large wooden sign that says 'Barrio Monarch Oaks Park' and a wooden wagon train (opposite the entrance to Country Mapuche). Enter to the neighborhood and after the security barrier on the left side there is a map made of wood with the streets of the neighborhood: The 2150 Casuarinas between Blanes and Palenque, from this point we are located about 8 blocks away.