It is one of the oldest tourist estancias in the country and one of the most famous. It has one of Uruguay's largest cascos, consisting of a chapel, a visitors'hostel, a library, a wood and a majestic main house with courtyard and fountains. The whole is a crazy charm. The estancia was founded in 1854 by Pedro José Jackson on land formerly administered by the Jesuits, and was declared National Historic Monument in 1997 after his restoration. There are 13 double rooms in the attic, and 21 double or triple rooms in the annexe, an hostal. The rooms are spacious and charming, decorated in a classic and elegant style. A lot of character, no taste of taste. Wide choice of activities and services: Outdoor and outdoor swimming pools, fishing, football, tennis, horse riding, hiking, ping-pong… Very good restaurant where homemade cuisine is in honor. Breakfast is plentiful and delicious; for lunch or dinner, you will enjoy criollo lechona, salads, stews, pies, soups… An address to prioritise!
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