A favorite of locals, this white house serves cakes, jams and breads that are all homemade and fresh, always (tea adult/child AR$350/200). In business for 30 years.
Run by the original owner’s great-granddaughter in a gorgeous brick mansion, Plas y Coed pleases the palate and senses, with friendly service, fresh cakes and serious crochet cozies for that steaming-hot pot (tea ad…
Considered Gaiman’s best restaurant, Gwalia Lan is a fine alternative to teatime if you've already done that. Excellent homemade pasta and well-seasoned meat dishes are consistently good. Service is attentive.
The old train station houses this fine small museum holding the belongings and photographs of Gaiman pioneers.
This Welsh bakery is the perfect quick, no-fuss stop for pastries, gelato and excellent sandwiches.
Dating from 1906, the Colegio Camwy is considered the first secondary school in Patagonia.
Primera Casa was Gaiman's first house, built in 1874 by David Roberts.
The Museo Antropológico offers humble homage to indigenous cultures and history. Ask the tourist office for access. Nearby is the 300m Túnel del Ferrocarril, a brick tunnel through which the first trains to Dolavon …