The charm of the countryside of Chile, right in the heart of the wine region, is lived in a unique way in Casa Nova, in the Colchagua Valley. Located on the mountain road that divides Santa Cruz and Lolol, this luxurious six-bedroom property is surrounded by a beautiful park of ancient trees, huge vineyards and some of Colchagua’s most iconic landscapes. And, if you fancy a trip to the city of Santa Cruz, you are about 10 minutes away.
This French-inspired country house has the authentic architecture with which it was designed in 1890 by the renowned Chilean architect and painter, Alvaro Casanova. Roofs decorated like an old European palace, relics of indigenous art and huge paintings by renowned Chilean artists. Inside, soft yellow tones and luxurious antique design furniture ensure a relaxing environment. Features such as the huge dining table, chandeliers and striking sculptures in the entrance hall give Casa Nova a traditional feel, while high-end electronics and appliances offer modern luxury.
Overlooking the vineyard, well-tended gardens and a terrace overlooking the forest at the entrance, Casa Nova is a perfect example of your dream vacation in Colchagua. In the morning, you can cool off in the pool. In the afternoon, light the barbecue fire and relax with your loved ones. For dinner, you have the option of choosing between the formal interior dining room, the dining room annexed to the kitchen or the outdoor barbecue table. Back inside, the villa is equipped with television, a multimedia room and sound equipment that will leave you surprised.
Nearby, you will find numerous wine tasting opportunities in the local vineyards, craft markets and many interesting restaurants in Santa Cruz. If you have time, visit the Colchagua Museum, to know historical pieces and collections of Chilean and Latin American culture. If there are fans of food and meat in your group, do not hesitate to visit Fuegos de Apalta, restaurant of renowned Argentine chef Francis Mallmann. If you want to appreciate panoramic views of the vineyards, visit the Cerro Chamán Observatory.