This rambling alerce-shingle house, dating from the 1920s, is on Quellón's waterfront. You notice a significant change of light when you cross the threshold between the original rooms, with their small windows, and those added in the past decade. Opt for one of the wood-paneled rooms in the newer wing or on the third floor; they maintain the style of the original house, and sunlight streams in through big windows. Everyone in town seems to stop by for lunch at the bustling restaurant downstairs.
Av. Pedro Montt 445, Quellón, Chile