You’ll return to luxurious accommodation that comes in the form of 22 villas, spaced considerately among the resort’s green grounds. Each is delightfully chic, featuring artsy furnishings and oversized decks that enjoy views over the region’s vineyard-speckled scenery. For some added luxury, upgrade to a Deluxe Villa for outdoor hot tubs and fireplaces complemented by plunge pools and rooftop terraces.
As you’d imagine, the dining here is particularly good. Argentinian celebrity chef Francis Mallman serves up open-flame asado barbecues, augmented with ingredients sourced from the resort’s gardens. Highlights included rib eye steaks grilled for nine hours on an open flame. And, with an open kitchen, you know the chef has something to be confident about.
After dinner, perhaps retire to the bar where a sommelier will guide you through the cellar’s extensive collection of labels. And, following your day’s activities, perhaps book a treatment in the spa or relax in the pool and accompanying hot tub where attentive waiters serve cocktails and snacks. For the more actively inclined, there’s a gym and climbing wall along with yoga sessions held at the lake.