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Hotels by region: Córdoba, Argentina

The following hotels match your request. Our LF recommended logorecommendations are properties that we particularly like, independent of budget.

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    Dos Lunas

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    Estancia/Ranch - 120km north of Córdoba
    An intimate and very comfortable 3,000 hectare estancia one hour from Córdoba. Great hospitality, lovely countryside and good food. Read more»
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    Estancia La Constancia

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    Estancia/Ranch - 200km south-west of Cordoba
    A wonderful family run estancia in San Javier, a 3 hour drive from Cordoba, surrounded by the hills and woodlands of a mountainous region which stretches to the edge of Sierras de Comechingones. The property is 1,500 hectares and the house, which was derelict for 40 years and has been renovated maintaining many of the original features, is at 1,400m. There is a small chapel, lovely gardens and natural swimming pool. The dining room is full of character with many old photos and meals are often eaten outside on the terrace. Read more»
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    Estancia La Paz

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    Estancia/Ranch - 65km north of Cordoba
    La Paz is an impressive house with a Neo Classical look, much history and a wonderful setting overlooking a lake. It was originally built on an old landmark of the Camino Real and then became part of the Estancia Catalina until the Jesuits were expelled from America. The property is 2,100 hectares with wonderful gardens and 100 hectares of Oak, Walnut and Kapok trees. Read more»
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    Estancia Los Potreros

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    Estancia/Ranch - 40km from Córdoba
    A 6,500 acre working cattle farm that has remained in the same Anglo-Argentine family for four generations, 40km from Córdoba, in the hills. The main house is steeped in family history with many references to the days of the Jesuits who first organised farming in the area before they were forced to leave quite suddenly in 1769. The hospitality and food are both excellent, there is an outdoor pool and lots of good horses. Read more»
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    San Pedro Viejo

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    Estancia/Ranch - 200km north of Cordoba
    A family run, working estancia in San Pedro Norte, 200km north of Cordoba, which dates back to the 17th Century and has been nicely renovated maintaining the original features. The main house is built of sun dried clay brick and stone with a thatched roof. It has a bar, cosy sitting room with a fireplace, dining room and terrace overlooking the pool. The area is one of the only 3 areas in Argentina where the natural Palms grow and the Chapel is the oldest chapel in Cordoba province. Read more»
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    Estancia Ongamira

    Estancia/Ranch - 120km north of Cordoba
    A small family run estancia in the Ongamira valley that has been owned by the family for several generations. The property is 500 hectares with cattle, poultry a wonderful orchard and vegetable garden. The house is comfortable with many original furnishings, antique furniture and much history. The sitting room is lovely and cosy, with an open fireplace, and the dining room is in part of the Chapel of St Joseph, built in 1597 by the Spaniards as part of the effort to colonise the Indian tribes of the region. It has been beautifully restored and has a warm friendly atmosphere. The pool is 80 years old. Read more»
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    Hotel Amerian Park

    City hotel - Central Córdoba
    A modern, comfortable hotel with an airy breakfast room and separate restaurant/pub. There is a rooftop pool. Read more»
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    NH Panorama

    City hotel - Central Cordoba
    A comfortable hotel a short walk from the historic centre. Nice airy reception and dining area, bar and rooftop pool. Read more»

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