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Santiago Chile
Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

Pretty much we took the house for completely, for three nights. Very well located in puyuhuapi, base for spectacular park Queulat (ventisquero colgante and bosque encantado). Beautiful wooden 4-story- house. Noisy as any wooden house but we had a really time as a big family, specially due to its big living room. We are sorry for a couple that rented...

Thank Sebastián B
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 February 2016

We arrived to what seemed like an empty house (with no booking), we knocked on 'private' door and were greeted by Louisa, who was very friendly and speaks immaculate English (and Spanish and German!) She showed us several rooms and allowed us to choose whichever we liked best and was generally very accommodating. It feels like a ski-lodge inside, lots...

Thank KIPU13
Puerto Chacabuco, Chile
Reviewed 28 December 2015

It was a bit like you were unwelcomed, and it was cold, the house was builted in 1950's as a family house now used as a BnB were you cooked your own evening meal, it was more like a hostal one that was well past it time (out of date). The house was a National Monument said the owner proudly...

Thank Poole C
Easter Island, Chile
Reviewed 8 April 2015

I spend 3 days in Ludwig House and was a quiet and peacefull time. The hostel is a big old german style house, where you can really enjoy the experience of living in a family´s house. The rooms are confortables, clean and with simple and nice decoration. Hightly recomended. The owner is very friendly and helpfull.

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Tel Aviv, Israel
Reviewed 25 March 2015

The hostel is located just at the way out of Puyuhuapi , and the view to the lake is simply breathtaking. The room on the second floor is spacious and you can see the from the window. Bathroom is clean and comfortable. At the first floor one can seat and have hot or cold drink at all time, read and...

Thank gilperl
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 24 January 2015

Great old house from one of the original Puyuhuapi families, now converted to a B&B. The common spaces are large, comfy, and full of interesting memorabilia, including a first-person history of the town. The kitchen is well equipped and available for guest use, along with a large fridge and generous prep area. It's a quiet place, run by a friendly...

1Thank michaelszippy
Santiago, Chile
Reviewed 19 March 2014

Casa Ludwig is a real"casa" (house) fixed to accommodate guests. Most of its charm comes from the whole wood construction, the spaciousness of the common areas (although the rooms can be small and called) and the tranquility of all the spaces. No food, other than breakfast is served but you may use the kitchen (ask nicely, rain soaked cyclists get...

1Thank LeonardoTravelling
Oxford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 January 2014

The house has so much charme and is a great place to rest for a day! Nice rooms, comfy beds, and a cosy room for discussions with other travellers at night - we had a really good time at Luisa's place and would definitely recommend it.

Thank travelOlady
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 15 August 2013

The owner of this house actually grew up in Puyuhuapi and her father was one of the founding 'fathers' of the town. The hosts is really helpful and she is a living history book of the town. The breakfast was minimal but good and everything was very clean. Highly recommended if you're in this area.

1Thank HolaYuma
New York City, New York
Reviewed 21 June 2013

Puyuhuapi is a nice little town, and this is a good place to stay, right at the end of the main street overlooking the fjord. The owner, Luisa, is very warm and welcoming and an expert on local history. Good food (and good coffee, which is a rarity around here). Comfortable rooms, though mine was quite small.

2Thank canebrook

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Additional Information about Casa Ludwig

Address: Av. Otto Uebel 202, Puyuhuapi, Chile
Region: Chile > Aisen Region > Puyuhuapi
Number of rooms: 10
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“second and third floor with ocean views”
  • top floor
  • view
  • room top floor with ocean view
  • my small desk
  • my room
jlizama16, 8 Apr 2015 | Read review
“Ask for rooms 3 and 4, the ones overlooking the water!”
travelOlady, 17 Jan 2014 | Read review
“No matter what room you chose, you'll be in good hands. The house is a little noisy because its pretty old & all wood floor”
HolaYuma, 15 Aug 2013 | Read review
“Room 8 was great.”
RichardT857, 18 Feb 2013 | Read review
“All the rooms are very cheery. Avoid the attic rooms in summer as they can be hot.”
Lorraine2010, 26 Jan 2013 | Read review
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