Vinas de Cafayate Wine Resort
At a Glance
Picturesque setting and a comfortable base for exploring the nearby vineyards
Really friendly service
Outdoor pool overlooking the adjacent vineyards
Very peacefully located about 3km outside of the center of Cafayate town
Understated and unpretentious
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Vinas de Cafayate Wine Resort or take a look at our itineraries to Salta and Jujuy
In this small colonial town there are vineyards and wine cellars galore - a wonderful location from which to explore the best that Argentina has to offer in wines.
The guest rooms have access to a spacious covered balcony overlooking the vineyards, granite hills, and Cafayate Canyon. There is a comfortable lounge with fireplace and library, an interior courtyard, a swimming pool and spacious solarium in the garden.
The cuisine is regional and international with, of course, an exceptional wine list of local wines. The garden grows its own organic vegetables. Cafayate takes two hours by plane from Buenos Aires and is a two and a half hour drive from the city of Salta.
Vinas de Cafayate Wine Resort has ten standard and two deluxe rooms. They are completing renovation works so by the end of 2012 there will be 22 guest rooms in total.
Restaurant, wine cellar, organic garden and swimming pool
Wine-tastings, ranging from the traditional and prestigious Etchart, Lavaque, and Domingo Hnos. to small luxury wineries and premium wineries such as Finca Las Nubes from José Luis Mounier or El Porvenir, hiking to the Colorado River cascades, trekking to San Isidro Hill, horseback riding, Los Quilmes ruins, visit the historical village of San Carlos, mountain biking, and guests staying at Viñas de Cafayate Wine Resort will have access to the nearby Bob Cupp 18 hole golf course with a special green-fee.
Location & Directions
Vinas de Cafayate Wine Resort is located in the town of Cafayate at the foot of the impressive San Isidro Hill.
When to go
The weather is good almost all year round in Salta and the north west in general. It’s warm and dry in winter (June to September) though it gets cold at night. Summer (December to February) is hot and there’s no air conditioning in most rooms. Avoid the rainy season of February to March, when many of the roads to places you'll want to explore may be impassable due to flooding.