Set inside a Patagonian sheep ranch in front of the sea, Hotel Bahía Bustamante is located on the northern shore of the San Jorge Gulf, in a small village with the ocean on one side and the vast Patagonian steppe on the other. The property comprises 6 ocean front houses, each with 2 double bedrooms and sea-view terraces, and 5 houses facing the steppe, each with one double bedroom and a private patio with barbecue. There is a traditional Patagonian storehouse on site, which has a restaurant offering regional fare, a games room, living room with bar service, and a small museum of photos showing the history of the area's seaweed industry. Bahía Bustamante is an ideal base for exploring Atlantic Argentine Patagonia, and the area is home to a vast diversity of flora and fauna. Excursions on the property are included with your stay, and may include visiting the Petrified Forest, sailing to Malaspina Cove to observe sea lions and sea birds (penguins, steamer ducks, skuas, cormorants, petrels, terns, and oyster catchers), exploring the Gravina Peninsula, experiencing life on a typical Patagonian ranch, visiting the Aristizabal Lighthouse and Penguin Island, hiking, and mountain biking.