200 hundred acres of completely natural and pristine landscape with primary and secondary forest. An abundance of water in the form of several waterfalls, a small river and various nacientes (springs). Plenty of trails for hiking, over 200 species of birds in the area. Rural location at an elevation of 4200'. Therefore it is never hot during the day and a bit chilly at night. This is the rainforest so it's always green. Internet and laundry facilities available.
“We spent nine days at this lovely cabin and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. It was just roomy enough for my wife and I, and our rather large dog who loved the large deck, to unwind. The on-demand hot water was a wonderful treat. Our favorite aspect of our stay was dealing with Ricardo, his son and the very kind over the phone translator who help us overcome the language barrier. It was pure Costa Rica ...warm, good-natured, and unfailing helpful. Ricardo is a great person and will help make your stay here memorable.”
Place full of peace and nature in the middle of a prominent area for having nearby national parks, volcanoes, forests, rivers and lakes.
“The place is very cozy, since you enter the site you feel at ease. It is neat, with all the amenities it describes and is easy to locate. No doubt Ronald has a great style, the loft has everything very well distributed. If what you are looking for is to clear yourself from the city, spend time as a couple and have something different, this is the right place. My partner and I were fascinated.”
If the dates that you want to stay are already booked please feel free to check the listing Casa y Campo #2.
“The place is simply beautiful, perfect for those who like to get away from the city and breathe fresh air, listen and see birds like other animals, it is perfect for those who need a breather from fast life and even highly recommended for those who are looking for re -connect with nature. It is also surprising how incredibly close to the city the house is, which makes even a bus trip easier. I appreciate the hospitality of the lady who attended us, and her willingness to answer questions such as her willingness to guide visitors.”