Built in 1948, El Trebol was built by Marcos's father and was first the Yeager's family home. In 1990, another building was added and the house expanded to become a small fishing lodge for Marcos and his clients. In 2000, yet another building with 4 guest rooms were added. Today the lodge has 10 guest bedrooms, all with private bath. There is a small, cozy sitting area with fireplace, a well stocked bar and even a very small fly shop. The dinning area is ample and can sit a dozen people comfortably. There is a separate building or quincho designated for those special Argentine asados of lamb and beef. Off of a dirt road about 2 miles outside of the town of Cholila, you will find El Trebol quiet, serene and comfortable. More photos available in the "Galleries" section of this site.