Beautifully designed open air home on the beach with a large pool.
Casa Playa Sombrero has an open construction style that allows for a steady ocean breeze throughout the living space and provides both ocean and lush mountain views. Upstairs has a large floor plan with a beautiful hardwood floor and a thatched-roof ceiling. This room provides two netted, king-sized beds and a balcony with a spectacular view of the Golfo Dulce. Two extra beds can easily be arranged. Downstairs has a cozy living space, bathroom and a detached kitchen equipped with professional appliances. Both the living area and kitchen open up to the spacious swimming pool, deck and lounge area. The pool has both deep and shallow areas - perfect for relaxing or swimming.
Guests will have access to yoga classes, surf lessons, board rentals, and a variety of other activities offered in the area.
Interaction with Guests
Monika will be your onsite hostess. She can arrange tours, provide information about the area, and book taxis.
The Osa Peninsula is a magical place full of wild life. If you're looking to get away from it all and relax, this is the place for you.
There are local taxis, two rental car companies, and a local colectivo (public transportation).
The home is located in a remote jungle area off the grid. We expect guests to respect the nature around them and be conscious of their energy consumption.
We had an incredible time at the Osa and the accommodations were incredible. Cabo Sombrero is a beautiful place with plenty of privacy and wild life. The almond trees surrounding the house were filled with scarlet macaws all day long. The beach was beautiful and virtually deserted. The grounds were immaculate. Monika was very helpful, accommodating and a joy to talk to. We hope to return with the kids the next time.
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I moved to Costa Rica from Seattle in 2003. I love the laid back lifestyle of Costa Rica and the incredible wildlife on the Osa Peninsula. I work as the booking agent for the three beachfront houses and eight tent cabinas that make up Boca Sombrero.