A hanging bridge will guide you over a creek (in Raining Season) towards the stunning Tree house framed by glass and large Teak wood deck. You will be able to enjoy nature sites in all the rooms.
“Amazing home, location and hospitality! We had a great stay in Punta Islita, and the treehouse was a perfect escape to be secluded in the jungle. Enjoyed seeing monkeys right from our deck! Great cleaning service as well which came every morning and left the house very clean. Would definitely recommend this home to anyone visiting Punta Islita area! Beach is just a short walk, as well as multiple great restaurants and small market located in town. Thanks Ruth for helping us have a great vacation!”
Pequeña cabaña ubicada a 1.5km del pueblo de Punta Islita, Guanacaste, dirección a Santa Teresa. Frente a calle pública, supermercado a 2.0km. Muy accesible y con una maravillosa vista al Océano Pacífico. En la zona existen playas con avistamientos de tortugas y excelentes olas para surfear. Nuestros emblemas son los atardeceres mágicos y el contacto con la vida silvestre.
“Without a doubt better than what is seen in photos, this cabin is beautiful and with an incredible view. It has all possible amenities, especially if you want to avoid going to restaurants. The kitchen is well equipped. Take into account how rustic it is so there will be insects and constant animal sounds, but nothing to bother if they are prepared. It is quite private despite being on the side of the road and if they need anything they have the hosts nearby and with all the provision.”
questa casa è il luogo perfetto per una vacanza indimenticabile. Sul mare vicino ad un hotel molto bello che si chiama hotel punta islita , immersa nel verde della foresta. Cinque grandi camere che possono essere affittate anche singolarmente, una grande cucina un ampio soggiorno con un grande tavolo. Piscina e zona bbq. é un posto fantastico ! Si prendono cura della casa due persone molto carine, parlano spagnolo e si chiamano Luis e Tais .
“This is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of place. One family member, who has traveled a lot, said this is the first time the reality is better than the advertisement. The house is very unusual in that most of it is outside. The bedrooms are inside, and air conditioned, and the kitchen and laundry are inside, but the living room and dining room are under a big, thatched roof in a very traditional indigenous style for the area, and open to the sea. The views of the ocean are spectacular, and it is a short walk down a wooded path to the beach where the ocean is crazy warm! So fun to play in the surf. The first week we were there the skies were crystal clear so the stars at night were stunning. No light pollution here. We were charmed several days when the local howler monkeys came to feed in the trees right by the yard. And the birds! Oh my goodness, so many different types of birds just right there where you can see them. There are several interesting things to do nearby depending on your interests, but be prepared. This place is pretty remote. That is part of why you can see stars and animals and birds, but you need to be aware. There is a tiny store within walking distance but the closest grocery store, which is still very small by American standards, is 40 minutes away by car over very rough dirt roads. I recommend four wheel drive. You can't just pop over and buy band aids. But if you are okay with that, this is a perfect place. And speaking of groceries, the produce is limited by American standards, but what there is is amazing! Avocado, pineapple, mango, plantains make me embarrassed by what we have going by those names. One other thing I want to share with you -- health care is different there, but so great. I had a little problem and learned that you go to a Farmacia. They have doctors on site and you don't need an appointment. So great. So I highly recommend this home and this part of the world. You won't be sorry.”