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Epu Pewen

Manuel Rodriguez 705, Curacautin, Chile
Review Highlights
Good value food

The owners of this restaurant are really sweet and will do anything possible to make your lunch as... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2017
Pamina C
via mobile
Really cosy hostel

We stayed here for two nights and really liked the place. The whole hostel is decorated in Mapuche... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2017
via mobile
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Epu Pewen Turismo Sostenible (Sustainable Tourism) is a hostel located in Curacautin, in the Araucania region, a bit over 60 miles from Temuco city, and 24 miles from the Conguillio National Park. This hostel offers a meaningful experience about the values of protecting the environment, and respecting diversity through the knowledge of other cultures and ways of living.Epu Pewen seeks to create a space of encounter and exchange, enlightening tourists about environmental sustainability, and the place and community that welcomes them.
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“the kitchen” (2 reviews)
“jose miguel” (2 reviews)
Manuel Rodriguez 705, Curacautin, Chile

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Reviewed 27 February 2017 via mobile

The owners of this restaurant are really sweet and will do anything possible to make your lunch as enjoyable as possible. They have good traditional food for a good value.

Thank Pamina C
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for two nights and really liked the place. The whole hostel is decorated in Mapuche style, the kitchen is very well equiped and the price is really good (a nice breakfast is included!). The staff is very helpful, they give you really...More

Thank sarahkatharina27
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

This hostal offered super clean and cozy rooms with excellent communal living space! We stayed à week as a massive party of skiers with tons of gear and the owners Suzhi and Jose Miguel were more than gracious! They even made us their house specialty...More

Thank Brooke E
Reviewed 13 April 2016

We stayed here for a night. We had a problem with our bicycle and they were super helpful in getting it sorted. Nice kitchen area, lounge and outdoor space. They have a small bouldering wall and can arrange other outdoor activities. The hostal is run...More

Thank bbboarder
Reviewed 29 March 2014

When we stopped in Curacautin, we had the chance to stay at Epu Pewen. We remember it as such a great experience as it s now our favorite hostel in Chile. Epu Pewen is simply an outstanding hostel, the owners Suyaï & Jose Miguel, and...More

Thank FannyCandau
Reviewed 13 March 2014 via mobile

This hostel was very good. The rooms were big, clean en suite. English speaking helpfull staff. The breakfast (not included) was very good too. The guides are also very friendly and speaks english. Our trip to the volcano arranged by the hostel was perfect.

Thank Kirsa S
Reviewed 21 January 2014

The place is extremely cozy, the bed is awesome! We felt really comfortable in the room. The owners are a lovely couple that were very nice to us, giving us tips about the city. There's a shared kitchen filled with everything you need to cook...More

Thank Milenacn
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