A short way out of town lies Gaiman's largest teahouse, surrounded by cypress trees, sculpted gardens, and a giant tea pot. It stands apart from its rivals culturally, too: it's run by descendents of a Spanish family, which shows in the sprawling colonial-style architecture. Otherwise you'd never know they weren't Welsh, as they do the most impressive spread of traditional cakes in town. Better yet, this was where Princess Diana took her tea during her visit to Gaiman in the early 1990s (Scotland Yard liked the security of its rural location). The cup she used, numerous photos, and other memorabilia form a shrine-like display in her honor.
Finca 202, Zona de Chacras, Gaiman, Chubut, 9105, Argentina