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Residencial Pusaki

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Durban, South Africa
Reviewed 23 November 2016

I called Patty, the host, from Punta Arenas and while looking for somebody to make the further conversation for me, I apologized for my very limited Spanish - which was the first positive moment; patient and friendly she replid: " go ahead, I do understand you!" We arrived on the ferry from PA early in the morning and were served...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 March 2016

**I stayed at this place in January 2014** Accomodation in Puerto Williams is extremely limited in terms of variety and luxury. Hostel Pusaki is the best place to stay. Although small, it is warm and clean and the host, Patti, is a wonderful cook and conversationalist. Socialising with the other guests was fun - we were a small group of...

1Thank Oliver W
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 23 April 2015

We were so lucky to stumble into Patricia's home. We arrived via boat from Punta Arenas very early in the morning. Patricia opened up her home to us, helped answer all our questions about our trek, gave us a map and offered us gas for cooking. She was extremely helpful with everything we needed. The rooms are cozy, there were...

Thank Lauren W
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 April 2015 via mobile

As this was top in our guidebook and on tripadvisor, we were a little disappointed with our experience here. We'd booked a double room but it turned out to be a 3 bed room (1 bunk, 1 single). When we arrived no-one seemed to be expecting us and room wasn't ready; when we came back later the beds were made...

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Namur, Belgium
Reviewed 30 January 2015

Patricia welcomes you in her guesthouse and you immediately feel like home. Her good humour and her chef skills complete the unforgettable aspect of the place. Rooms are simple but clean and comfortable. You can participate to the dinner, prepared by Patricia, for a small extra fee. Then with the other guests, Patricia's family and friends of the village you...

2Thank Didier R
SF Bay Area, CA
Reviewed 18 December 2014

Yes, we started calling the host "aunt Pusaki" between ourselves. :) Patty is very welcoming. When we had to cancel our track halfway and came to her place, she called every hostel in the town to find us place. Due to bad weather, everything was full, but she did not stop until she found some accommodation for us with a...

1Thank Dreamlander
Lausanne, Switzerland
Reviewed 22 May 2014

A real home away from home. Patty welcomed us, two lost strangers, with open arms and after 3 nights we left in tears. She is an amazing cook, and staying in her home is like being invited to a family gathering with long lost members showing up at any given time bringing laughs and tales and wonderfully good feelings. Staying...

Thank Lillie R
Sudamericano por el mundo
Reviewed 5 March 2014

I arrived to Patty's place and was surprised by the most welcoming atmosphere in a Hostal where I enjoyed the day beginning with a breakfast consisting in a nice "real" coffee with free range eggs available to be prepared by yourself and homemade rhubarb jam among other flavors. At night Tia Patty receives people that arrive mostly in sailing boats...

1Thank andeantonio
Victoria, Canada
Reviewed 3 December 2013

My husband and I arrived in Puerto Williams on Navarino Island in mid November by ferry from Punta Arenas. We had two loaded touring bikes and a lot of luggage. The ferry let us off at the dock at 6:00 AM and so we wandered up to the central plaza and made coffee on our camp stove. At 8:00 we...

1Thank mrgrtscaia
Punta Arenas, Chile
Reviewed 19 March 2013

Stayed four nights. Accommodation quite adequate, but Patti's cooking is legendary. Ate in every night and it just got better and better. Great relaxed and friendly atmosphere. If you want good food and fun, this is the place to stay.

Thank Nickyfran

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Additional Information about Residencial Pusaki

Address: Piloto pardo 242, Puerto Williams, Isla Navarino, Chile
Region: Chile > Magallanes Region > Isla Navarino > Puerto Williams
Number of rooms: 26
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“There are two grocery stores nearby. You can buy wine there, to drink with dinner. Patty won't mind. The only place with internet connection we could find in this town was library. You may be able to get onto the town WiFi, if you visit the municipality there.”
 of 5 bubbles Dreamlander, 18 Dec 2014 | Read review
“There is only one private room with en-suite. Book early if you want it.”
 of 5 bubbles 347lilliec, 22 May 2014 | Read review
“There are only three...I would recommend the one on the left of the hallway, probably quieter.”
 of 5 bubbles mrgrtscaia, 3 Dec 2013 | Read review
“Only one double room has en-suite toilet and shower. Book early if you want this. Others are bunk rooms with shared facilities.”
 of 5 bubbles Nickyfran, 18 Mar 2013 | Read review
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