Wooden cabaña with curvey crinkly tin roof and fireplace and lovely garden in walking distance of beach and pueblo.
Architect designed house next to Kurve Roca which is also featured on Air BnB. Architect designed 2 bedroom wooden house with a curved crinkly tin roof, open fire, ideal for a family or two couples as the beds can be conjoined. There is a main living space with kitchen, dining and living area which you enter from the front door. The back door leads on to the deck where there is the parilla - the traditional BBQ area. The house has balconies at ground and first floor level.
The house is a 10-15 minute walk from the centre of town and a similar distance from 3 of the 4 main beaches in the town. The nearest corner store is a 5 - 10 minute walk.
The bus terminal is a 20 minute walk out of town. This is where the buses stop from December to Easter. The rest of the time the nearest bus stop is a 10 minute walk to the main road.
Punta del Diablo can be visited at all times of the year.
Sept - mid Dec - Walk or ride along deserted beaches with the chance to see whales, dolphins and penguins.
Mid Dec - Carnival - The height of the local tourist season, temporada alta. Punta del Diablo has a great night life full of packed bars, clubs and restaurants.
Mid Feb - April - Water still warm enough to swim or surf with restaurants and bars still open.
May - August - The perfect winter hideaway!
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to all parts of the house with the exception of a couple of cupboards.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Most of the year I am living next door and will welcome guests. I can organise activities for guests particularly horseback riding.
Punta del Diablo does not have a money machine for most of the year. It is installed in January and February but has had an erratic history of service. Banks are 40km away with little opportunity to shop with credit cards so cash is necessary.
I am an English architect who gave up the London life 5 years ago to come travelling in South America. One thing led to another and I ended up in Punta del Diablo on the coast of Uruguay. Previously I had travelled a large proportion of the world with South America being my last and in a way final continent.
I have designed and built my own houses and I am now trying to establish a garden in the challenging sand and sea climate. In addition to renting out my house I also make postcards of my photos, design t-shirts and organise horse riding on the beach here in Punta del Diablo. One day I will get on with painting and silver jewellery making but the manana culture somehow slows these things down! That's my excuse anyway!
I can help you with your travel plans for Uruguay and Argentina and other South American countries as well as how to make the most out of your time in Punta del Diablo.I can advise you on what to see in addition to our fantastic beaches, where to eat, drink and have fun as well as assisting in arranging activities such as horse riding, surfing, yoga, zumba, massage and Spanish classes. If you have any other interests I can try and see what can be organsied.