Ocio Territorial is located in front of the city, in the heart of the Rilán Peninsula.
Its landscape to the Fjord of Castro and the green meadows that reach the sea, allows us to dream and sail next to the boats that come and go. This makes OCIO a magical and unparalleled space where you can appreciate the daily life of its people through the “Bordemar” Culture.
- – Bed and breakfast.
- – Wifi
- – Activities: Navigation through Castro Fjords – Visits to entrepreneurs of the Rilán peninsula: Greenhouse, Fogón de Don Chito, and Yutui School. (Ask for other similar activities)
- – 20% discount on meals at Ocio Territorial restaurant, massages, and additional activities not included.
*Minimum stay 3 nights
About the room
The Standard Suite is a room of 41 square meters, which contemplates a bedroom with double or twin bed with large windows that look towards the fjord of Castro, a comfortable living area with a sofa bed that expands the capacity of the room to triple. In addition the room has a terrace of 12 square meters and a very complete bathroom in Suite.
El Tepual Airport, Puerto Montt, Mocopulli Airport (MHC)
Bar, barbecue area, Meeting room, Parking, Restaurant, Sauna, Spa, Wifi
Heating, Phone, Safe, Shower, Vistas
|Tipo de programa|
Children 6-15 years old pay a discounted rate, sharing room with parents on a sofa bed, Children between 0 and 5 years old free of charge, sharing room and bed with parents
|To take into account|
- Check-in: 15:00
- Check-out: 12:00
Rural Huenuco S/N, Rilán Peninsula, Castro.
How to get there
20 minutes from Mocopulli via Hotel transfer.
- Cancellations and/or modifications:
- – NO COST considering more than 60 days in advance
- – 30% for cancellations between 59 and 30 days before arrival
- – 100% for cancellations between 30 and 0 days before arrival
- – Upon receipt of the cancellation request, the hotel will issue a booking cancellation code.
The Chiloé archipelago is a southern treasure of natural and cultural heritage In its more than 30 islands there are corners, legends and traditions to discover.
Its main attractions are wrapped in palafitos (colorful houses built on stilts above the water), wooden churches (16 of them declared World Heritage by Unesco) and native forests unique in the world. Ancud, Castro and Quellón are its main cities, in addition to the emerging Rilán Peninsula, north of Castro.
In addition, Chiloé was recognized as a World Agricultural Heritage by GIAHS. This recognition seeks to maintain and value the agricultural and culinary traditions of the island, together with the people who preserve them.