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We have a range of budget places to stay in Pichilemu from as low as £8 per night
Based on previous Pichilemu accommodation searches, the average starting price is £11
Want to splurge? At the top end in Pichilemu, we have 3 places to stay with prices starting at £22
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Pichilemu is £11 per night.
Camino Punta de Lobos S/N Moneda 2350, SantiagoExcellent 92%
Jorge Montt esquina Costanera Luis Ross de Ferrari 1035Outstanding 95%
Jose Joaquin Aguirre 260, Pichilemu, ChileAwesome 87%
Abe-Autumn This B&B is beautiful! We chose to stay for 4 nights in the budget loft cabin in the back and loved it. So much space! The breakfast is by far the best we have had in 6 months of traveling around S America. They go above and beyond. Its a 5 minute walk to a grocery store and the best empanadas in S Am- El Diabilto! And a 20 minute walk to Punta de Lobos surf spot and beach. The collectivos are easy to catch to/ from the main part of town and Punta de Lobos and cost 600clp per person. Which ended up being cheaper than renting bikes at 4,000clp/ day. The pool has to be heated with firewood and takes hours, so we never got to enjoy the pool. The owner and staff are very friendly and helpful. Definitely recommend! Autumn and Abe
Camino vecinal 295 frente a Dunamar, Playa hermosaAwesome 88%
juanpiccol Good breakfast!!!!! Great place to relax after surfing! Nice hammocks at the backyard and great ocean view from the front deck. The place was restored from scratch a couple of months ago so everything is brand new and clean... nice matresses!!! The staff is very friendly and easy to get along with. The location is strategic for surfing; in between "Punta de Lobos" and "La Puntilla". You have a grocery and a veggie shop right down the hill, 3 blocks away.
Punta de Lobos beachAwesome 86%
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