Poyeguapy Cabin

POSADA QUEULAT owns a small island right on the junction of the Queulat Fjord with the Puyuhuapi Sound and with a unique view of the Hanging Glacier. This small island has played an important role in the historical development of the area. For this reason, we decided to name this cabin POYEGUAPI, same as our island.
The cabin has a super king size bed and only one atmosphere.
The cabin was built, as all the other cabins, further away from the other buildings, in a hidden and mysterious spot between coigue trees and ciruelillo trees, with a spectacular view of the Vida Salvaje waterfall, source of the Ice Swam water and destination of one of our excursions.

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Cabaña Puyehuapi Exterior 1
Cabin Poyeguapi Exterior



Beautiful view

This cabin has a unique view of the Vida Salvaje waterfall and a small wetland that forms with the tide. It is in a hidden and mysterious place

Cabin for 2 people

The cottage has a super large double bed


A homemade dinner with a unique menu is served at the Club House between 7 and 9:30 in the afternoon. In case of special food requirement, this must be done at least 48 hours in advance.


A country breakfast is served at the Club House between 8 and 10 in the morning

Wood heating

The cabin is heated with a wood stove that we light prior to the arrival of the passengers.

Two nights mínimum stay

Check in: 15:00 – Check out: 11:00


The cabin is connected to nature but does NOT have Wi-Fi or television, we offer total technological disconnection.


USD 190/ night
1 person / half board
  • Premium mattresses
  • Impeccable cleaning
  • Private bathroom
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USD 225 / night
2 people / half board
  • Premium mattresses
  • Impeccable cleaning
  • Private bathroom
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In this old map ... .., the names "Queulat" and "Poyeguapi" (current Puyuhuapi) are registered for the first time: the first of them calling the river Queulat directly, a fluvial course that keeps this name until today, and the second alluding , according to the interpretation we make of the map, to a small island that would have been found on the south east side of the current Queulat sine.
Fernando Torrejón GHistorical-cultural background of Queulat and Puyuhuapi.