The tradition of the lodging in family houses begins in Ushuaia in 1930, when before the collapse of the German ship Monte Cervantes, the settlers of the city rescued the shipwrecks and they lodged them in his houses.Today, with the same hospitable spirit that the history tell us, a family of musicians, authors and composers opens the doors of its home to guests of all the latitudes, offering a warm and comfortable space, plenty of enchantment in the distant and legendary territories of the end of the world.
A placid atmosphere that harmonizes nature, art, tradition, culture, history and fundamentally: the Argentine music.
Enjoy your stay in a house of local architecture totally builded in lenga wood of the nearest forest, memorable breakfasts and the most spectacular View of the Beagle Channel, and the Islands that surround it.
Tango B&B, offers daily room service, excellent location, seven blocks away of the main street, private baths with warm and drinkable water 24 hours available, free Internet, cable TV in the living room, conditioned atmospheres, safe box in front desk.
Free Safe box
Free High speed Internet
Free wi fi conection
Free Live Tango Music
Free Welcome drink
Total payment must be cash at check in.
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A very pretty and nice accomodation, in a good point to visit the city, with all the facilities, and most of all with really kind and wonderful owners, who helped us in all ours need, organized our excursione, and played for the guest a beautiful tango evening. I can really suggest this quality bed and breakfast.
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