Pines Lake Resort Cabañas, was started approximately 25 years ago by a local Family who found in this rain forest a small paradise. Pines Lake Resort Cabañas is situated on 2.8 acres of native rain forest a few meters from kilometer 4.5 along the road from Villarrica – Pucon, IX Region, Chile. We are proud to offer you 8 deluxe independent Cabins each of which may accommodate from two to twelve guests. These Cabins are gifted with spectacular views to Lake & Volcan Villarrica, surrounded by a native rain forest made of pines trees, chestnuts, hazel trees, cinnamon trees, oregon pines & many other native trees from the Araucania zone. In addition, a variety of flowers, among them hydrangeas & dahlias make Pines Lake Resort & Cabañas a sanctuary and a true paradise. Pines Lake Resort & Cabañas, has recently gone through a full upscale renovation. The result brought the outside to the inside by opening windows with sliding doors to expansive terraces made with large cypress logs. The swiming pool, the clay tennis court and the gardens are lighted. Pines Lake Resort Cabañas, is ready to welcome the many national & international visitors to Villarrica-Pucon. Truly a paradise and a sanctuary ... This is a must see property ..!
Tourists travel to Villarrica-Pucón to take advantage of the Lake Region and the many Hot springs including everything from rustic pools dug up in the soil to modern, elegant and comfortable hot spring resorts and five-star spas. The area's main attraction is Villarrica National Park. For hiking or just contemplation, it is the smaller, Huerquehue National Park. December through March, Lake Villarrica is the main focus and the rivers that feed it. There is also boating, jet skiing, water skiing and sport fishing. During the winter season, July, and continuing through October, Villarrica-Pucón turns into a major ski area, centered on Mount Villarrica, an active volcano visible from all over the Region. South of Lake Villarrica starts the Seven Lakes Region, these are, Panguipulli, Pirihueico, Calafquén, Pullinque, Pellaifa, Neltume, and Riñihue.