• El Ombú de Areco

    Your estancia in San Antonio de Areco

  • Stay in our Estancia Hotel
    in San Antonio de Areco

    Enjoy nature, comfort and our staff’s warmth

  • Experience an authentic day
    in Buenos Aires countryside

    Enjoy a genuine and complete rural experience

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Welcome to our Estancia!

El Ombú de Areco is located in San Antonio de Areco, a short 120 km (75 miles) from Buenos Aires. The estancia consists of a magnificent 1880 farmhouse that has belonged to the Boelcke family since 1934.

Since 1993, this traditional Estancia in San Antonio de Areco receives tourists from Argentina and beyond. Our guests come to enjoy a day in Buenos Aires countryside or to stay in one of our comfortable suites. At El Ombú de Areco we have 12 magnificent suites, a living room, a restaurant, a game room, two swimming pools, soccer and volleyball pitches .

Visitors can enjoy a wide variety of activities, such as horseback riding, sulky (carriage) rides, folk shows with live music and dancers, demonstrations of “Doma India” (Traditional Argentine horse whispering) or “Tropilla” (herd of horses), hiking, cycling and bird watching.

In total we have 300 hectares, divided between grazing livestock and agriculture. We have more than 350 heads of Aberdeen Angus cattle and 70 horses. Alongside our cattle and horse, we have fields planted with soy, corn, wheat, oats or pastures, depending on the time of year.

  • “A very good place to relax and enjoy la Pampa”

    at 2 jours by bus from BA (300P$)If you stay one night the full included package with your is perfect and u can enjoy the Argentina cuisine. Diego and his staff are super helpfull and kind. Don't go for the day but stay a night to enjoy the evening and the wake up and the horse ridding in a beautiful landscape

    Frank · Booking.com
  • “A fine place to be.”

    Horse riding tours with Gauchos. Hanging around at the big swimming pool and in the huge park.What ever you want, really relaxing.

    Peter · Tripadvisor
  • “Lovely period property in the pampas!”

    with views of nature in every direction. Big rooms with high ceilings made you feel you were staying somewhere special Good parilla lunches. Highlight was the evening horse ride after the daytrippers had left. Fun to be out on the pampas with a pair of gauchos. Eva was a wonderful host during our stay and Astrid was a great help prior to our visit.

    Kelly · Expedia.com