This 1900's restored house is located in Palermo Viejo or, for the locals also "Borges´neighborhood" or "B.A's Soho", it's a traditional and central barrio of Buenos Aires. In the past years artists, new designers, fashion shops, and all kinds of hip businesses have taken over this area giving it a vibrant personality. You'll also find bohemian cafes, bars, and restaurants offering typical Argentine as well as international cuisine for all budgets. Soho became BA's trendiest Neighborhood. Your hosts, Carlos and Bernarda Delger, fell in love with this area in the mid 80's , when they bought and restored the house. A fusion of textures (wood, cement, iron, vintage tiles), bright colors, different styles vintage furniture and Bernarda's own paintings, dress this luminous house, giving it a charming style. We offer a TV room (cable tv, telephone), a common fridge, living room and dining room as common areas for you to relax. Enjoy our homemade breakfast, weather permitting, served in our sunny bushy yard and its small swimming pool to refresh in summer days. 30+ bus lines, a subway line, and a train line, only five blocks away, will take you wherever you need to go. Your English speaking hosts, will be happy to help you with any information or traveling tips. LO ESPERAMOS!!!
4.4 on August 11, 2008
My then 85 year-old grandmother stayed at this place with me for almost 6 weeks. The service was great and the proprietors took very good care of my grandmother when I was working during the day. In fact, they even cooked some meals for us. My grandmother says her only regret was not having Carlos cook more often for her, since she says he makes the "best beef in Argentina."
3.6 on May 19, 2008
This seemed to be a good value and the breakfasts were by far the best and most generous we had during 2 weeks staying at B&B's in Argentina. We did not have much interaction with the hosts, but Bernarda seemed very nice and the friendly family pets were a plus.
Buenos Aires, Argentina (EZE) 20 miles
There`s more than one way to get there 1) Take AU Richieri (downtown), get off on Boedo bridge, turn left crossing under the highway taking Boedo St that eventually turns into Bulnes St. Keep on going on Bulnes St until you reach Soler St, turn left on Soler St and go for 11 blocks (aprox), and turn left when you reach Uriarte, The house is located half a block as you turn on uriarte. 2) Take AU Richieri (downtown), get off on 9 de Julio Avenue and go until you reach Libertador Avenue, take a left on Libertador Av and once you reach Sarmiento Avenue take a left (on General Urquiza`s monument - Horse with general) to Plaza Italia, take a left on Uriarte st (The house is located only 5 and a half blocks away from Plaza Italia)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, clothes stores ( new and old designers), art spaces (lessons), tango, salsa, (etc) dancing (lessons available), malls, designing and deco stores, bars, Outlet Stores, Religious Services, River, Winery, Zoo, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Sailing, Shopping, Ski rentals, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, CD player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Secretarial services, TV, Telephone, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Wi-Fi
small swimming pool, big fridge only for guests in common place, microwave available out of rooms (kitchen), small backyard
Carlos and Bernarda Delger
Bernarda is an artist, painting is her hobby, also loves to restore old furniture. Carlos is passionate about cooking, he used to own a french restaurant for about 8 years.
, french influence , traditional Argentin