A charming house in the middle of downtown La Fortuna. Close to all the attractions. We can pick you up from wherever you are comming from in Costa Rica and make all arrangements for the endless possiblities of fun adventures in the area - rafting,
A charming house in the middle of downtown La Fortuna. Close to all the attractions. We can pick you up from wherever you are comming from in Costa Rica and make all arrangements for the endless possiblities of fun adventures in the area - rafting, canopy tours, horseback riding, hiking in the national park - on and on.
Depending on availability of rooms with two twins or one queen bed with private bath and hot shower. Perfect for individual or couple. Full kitchen and large spacious common area with great lounging space. Free Wireless Internet.
We are nestled in the heart of La Fortuna. A guesthouse which offers the perfect accommodations for those who want the convenience of being in the heart of La Fortuna, within walking distance to cafes, restaurants and shopping and just minutes from area tours and attractions. Our Guest house offers six guest rooms all with private baths, high speed internet. Onsite spa and tour office. Perfect for individuals, couples..
Breakfast is available for a nominal fee as well as laundery service and transportation.
Two night min.
The owner Peter Fergurson loves hosting international travelers he has travelled the world and found Fortuna to be his own personal "Fortuna"
This is unique environment of international travelers who mostly are interested in the area for its reputation as an adventuretrravel center of Central America
The owner Peter Fergurson loves hosting international travelers.. It's easy to get here: By car- When coming from west, enter town and drive straight. After you pass the central park and the church, you'll see phone booths and Alamo rent a car. Make a right, and at the following junction make another right. you'll see us on the left hand side. When coming from south, simply keep going straight. When you see the office of Wave Expeditions turn right, and you'll see us on the left hand side. By bus- Stand with your face towards the bus. Make a right and walk straight, you'll see a Megasuper. At the first junction make a right and walk straight two blocks. You'll pass the church and the office of Desafio. Make another right when you reach Wave Expeditions offices. You'll see us on the left hand side.
Full kitchen, spa with massage is downstairs, close to all the amazing attractions including the national park, canopy tours, rafting, horse riddiing and so much more
Fortuna is a sweet pueblo, small town and we are close to great food, shops, thermal hot srpings, etc
Other Things to Note
Kitchen is available after 7:30AM so that others will not be disturbed from sleep
We are a non-smoking environment
You are welcome to use the kitchen equipment - please clean up completely so other guests can enjoy the same. If you have food in your room, make sure it is in a zip lock bag due to the fact that local ants are impossible to keep at bay when food is left out.
Otherwise, enjoy and ask any questions you might have about the area and travel arrangements we can make for you. Happy travels
Sleeping Indian was a little oasis in the small but busy town of La Fortuna. Hosts were so welcoming and helpful with local information from restaurants to sights and hot springs. The rooms were basic but very large, clean, bright & the bed we had was super comfortable. The hangout/kitchen area is the center and the rooms all open to it, however we found that it didn't create any privacy issues and we felt quite private when we were in our room. The guesthouse is centrally located which makes it easy to get to everything.
We were not able to meet Peter since he was in California, but we met Heidi and she gave great advice on what to do in the area in terms of tours as well as showing us on a map the local town. The Sleeping Indian has a great common room with tons of space and a kitchen that we used in the early morning for breakfast.
Pete was off in California, Heidi was quite nice but it was disappointing to hear that there was no breakfast. Air BnB suggests by its name a certain standard and we felt this place did not meet those standards. The coffee provided was of an extremely poor quality, tea was one kind to 'help digestion'. No butter for toast or jam. You had to buy everything or go out for breakfast. There was an unpleasant odor in the room. After noticing that washed bedsheets stayed two days in the wasking machine I understood where the odor in the sheets on my bed came from. The common area is quite nice and the location very good, but it would be better if Pete stated clearly that there was no breakfast served contrary to all the other BnBs we were in while journeying in Costa Rica. Better care with the linens would improve the odor in the rooms.
it was a pity that this two ladies did not read our description well in the listing, and that she never told any of us her complaint of her stay. The website clearly explains that we do not offer breakfast, however we provide a refrigerator to put their food and complimentary tea and coffee. It was never expressed to anyone about the strange odors in their room, and every time we had asked how everything was they told us they were fine.
Our Coffee is the same quality that you find in every house in Costa Rica, it is grown locally so I do not understand what it was they were expecting. It is a shame that after asking how they were, that they did not take the opportunity to address this personal issue of theirs as most all of our guests have left more than satisfied with their stay.
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Peter was on vacation when my friend and I stayed at The Sleeping Indian. Heidi greeted us, and she was very kind. She helped us set up tours, and was knowledgeable about the area, and suggested things to do. The location of the B&B was perfect, as we could walk into town to stores and restaurants. The B&B itself was okay. The living room area was open and spacious, but our room was kind of dark, and the windows did not open. The bathroom was a bit dingy too. It was okay for a couple of nights, but I was ready to leave.
Staying at the Sleeping Indian was great! Heidi was extremely helpful, she provided us with informative insights to various places in and around La Fortuna. We had a clean room with much common space, including a kitchen and hanging area. We had complimentary coffee every morning, lots of small shops in the area, a bakery to grab fruits and vegetables too. All the guests staying at the Sleeping Indian were friendly and we got along with all of them. Definitely recommend this space for anyone coming to La Fortuna!
Very quiet and nice place with a perfect view of arenal volcano. Thanks for your hospitality !
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Peter Ferguson the owner of the The Sleeping Indian Guesthouse and welcomes international travelers from all over the world.. Peter is a world traveler who has explored many varied countries and environments and has chosen La Fortuna as his favorite place on the planet and is enthusiastic about sharing his knowledge of this special area of a special country. The Sleeping Indian Guesthouse is centrally located in downtown La Fortuna named after a little chain of mountains next to Volcano Arenal in La Fortuna, Costa Rica. The wind and rain of millions of years of evolution has formed a chain of mountains that looks just like a sleeping indian. The more you look- the more you are amazed, since it seems that these giant mountains actually are a big fat Indian lying down. We think that no matter what kind of traveler you are, everybody likes to feel at home. Making you feel at home is Peter's goal. He loves people and he loves hosting.