Somewhere over the rainbow cabins are cool. A view of the farm and pasture from the back forty. Main house, Talamanca, Platanillal cabins, pool and patio with coastal mountain range beyond.
Entire home/apt
2 Guests
1 Bedroom
1 Bed
Per Night
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About this listing

The cabins have it all including kitchenettes! Everything is of 5 star quality. The views are stunning. Delicious food, hiking, swimming in the river or pool. Hiking, horseback riding, coffee plantation tours, botanical tours, artistry and more.

The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 2PM
Check Out: 11AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s)
Room type: Entire home/apt


Security Deposit: $124
Weekly Discount: 12%
Cancellation: Moderate


The space

We are a 60 acre farm with rolling pasture lands, coffee and fruit plantations, a river with three waterfalls and three huge swimming holes. Complete with patio, bar, wifi and swimming pool. Each cabin faces away from the other and are strategically located for views and privacy. The farm is located next to the largest international park in Central America. Located up in the clouds, yet sunny and warm with cool breezes. The temperatures and weather are much BETTER than at the beaches. No crowded tourism and all the fringe that goes with the tourism crowd. We are in a pristine part of the country and of the world, in a very unique setting! Many rent a cabin to write, create, relax, find adventure, vacation or to contemplate a move to CR.

Guest access

Guests have access to their cabin, the pool, bar and patio area, river, pastures, coffee fields, internet, cable TV.

Interaction with guests

We give tours on the farm for our guests and if a guest is traveling alone, we eat meals with our guest if the individual guest is not cooking in the cabin for themselves.

The neighborhood

The neighborhood we live in is an agrarian society filled with farms and a very rural setting. The backdrop is the Talamanca mountain range which is home to the La Amistad International Park, the largest park in Central America and a world heritage site. The park holds more biodiversity than any other park in Costa Rica and at least 5% of the world's biodiversity is in the La Amistad International Park. A cloud and rainforest at a higher altitude such as La Amistad is a unique setting and quite different than most lower altitude tropical rainforests.

Getting around

To get to the farm there options to use public bus transportation, rent a 4x4 car or hire a private driver. We can help you to arrange transportation. There is parking on the premises and near the cabins.

Other things to note

Be sure to bring, rain gear, mosquito repellent, sunscreen, rain-gear, hiking boots, benadryl spray and capsules for allergic reactions from bug bites and other First Aid travel kit supplies.

House Rules
Check-in is after 2PM

We do not accept children under 15 years of age. Please respect other guests and their privacy. If you smoke you must do so away from the cabins, house, patio and pool área. You must not bring glass to the pool area.

Safety features
Fire extinguisher

3 nights minimum stay

Your Host



Costa Rica · Joined in August 2013

It has been a pleasure to have dedicated my entire career in helping others. I have worked and lived in Latin American countries such as Mexico as a child and Bolivia for more than a decade of my adult life. Presently, I live on my farm in Costa Rica and host several projects in my community as well as run a B &B, organic food production and natural cosmetic studies. In addition, I serve on the Big River Foundation-a 501c3 educational nonprofit organization; as a board member and a member of the Production Team for the full length feature documentary film: Tjër Di, What Price Paradise?

My purpose in Costa Rica, is to live peaceably on our farm and use the land to provide opportunity to our community ' El distrito de Biolley' (The Biolley district). Many community members of Biolley are very industrious and kind. They are sincere in improving their lives. We want to bring awareness and help promote the right kind of tourism for the La Amistad International Park and provide more opportunity for the Biolley district to earn an income and not be forced to give up their way of life in the country, in order to find work in the city.

Finca Lilo (our farm) has given the plantation to our workers for making use of it by incorporating themselves in a small fruit company. All our coffee, turmeric, limes, bananas and rambutan are maintained and sold by the workers through their own company. In turn, they maintain the rest of the farm for us. It's a great symbiosis!

The farm features organic gardens with food, spices, fruit trees and other medicinal plants and two cabins for rent. The farm hires local employees to assist in keeping beautiful gardens, pathways and pool. Finca Lilo only works with locals and provides employment incentives with the idea of handing over the management of the farm and cabins to the locals in about 3 to 4 years time (2016 or so).

Specialties: Hospitality, coffee, turmeric, banana, limes, rambutan- cultivation and production, organic gardening, nutrition, agriculture and philanthropy. Prior specialties-before retiring in the United States: United States Immigration Law-Education and Administration

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