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Reviewed 10 December 2015

My friends and I were staying at the campsite nearby and came here twice for dinner and one evening for drinks. The owners Eloir and Alfredo are so kind, warm and welcoming, it was a pleasure to spend time with them. They have such love for the area and their beautiful home and are enthusiastic in sharing it with visitors. The food was delicious - great home cooked Uruguayan food in a lovely cosy setting. The garden is also a beautiful place to relax on a nice day.

  • Stayed: November 2015, travelled with friends
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Thank Sarah I
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Reviewed 25 May 2013

we visit this place with may friends en febrary and like soo much the place and the nature, but have many problems with the people, the price is very expencive and the hotel is not good - 1*, un breakfast is coust 10 dol and yu have one coffe whith bread only, the people don't cleen the rooms, not give you a draft....I do not recommend you go there.....

Room Tip: not have good rooms, go for another hotel o town!
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled with friends
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3  Thank Vera I
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Reviewed 11 March 2012

Driving NE from Paysandu, we came across the Posada Valle Edén about 23 kms before reaching Tacuerembo. It's well sign-posted on Ruta 26 with a giant billboard. It was a secluded and quiet location so we decided to stay. The posada is about US$20 cheaper than hotels in the main rural towns but there's no air-con or breakfast included. Having a small fridge in the room enabled us to drive to town to get some supplies for breakfast.

A very friendly lady called Sonja runs the place & speaks no English so you'll get to practice your Spanish. The room was small, basic and crowded with very dated furnishings & bedding. A bit depressing to be honest but for an overnight stay it's adequate especially for the budget-conscious. The en-suite shower is interesting to say the least.

There are about 5 rooms in the posada off a small, dark hallway at the end of which is a kettle and some tea/coffee-making supplies. BYO milk. We were the only guests so we were able to leave our bedroom door open otherwise I think it would have been a bit claustrophobic. There's a large communal garden area, washing line, BBQ facility and a huge concrete table so it's pleasant to sit outside & watch the birds. There's also plenty of open countryside for walking, a museum, swing bridge and an old train to explore.

We returned to the Posada for a local dinner arranged with Sonja asking her for a typical home-style Uruguayan meal – she chose Milanesa de Cordero con Papas Fritos – unfortunately we didn't enjoy it; yet another deep-fried meat affair sort of like a lamb schnitzel. It was a huge portion served on a large bed of french fries with bread. I didn't think to take the photo until I'd eaten most of it. Where are veggies in this country?! It was served in a pleasant dining room in the main homestead, the gardens of the which are well-kept. Although one does not have to be a guest to dine here, we were the only diners. Sonja is very accommodating about meal times and departure time saying check-out time would be 'whenever we were ready to leave'. At least that's how I translated it!

I can recommend this posada if you'd like a change from the standard rural town hotel and a little peace and quiet. Great for immersing yourself in the local culture. Not really for people who like their comforts in a hotel room.

Room Tip: Sonja will be happy to show you all the options so you can chose the room that best suits you.
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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  • Stayed: November 2018, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 October 2018
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  • Stayed: October 2018, travelled on business
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