Tree House: Papaya Room: #5
Private bath/Hot water/ One Double Bed/ Free WiFi/ Free Pavilion Use/ Extended Private Balcony/Private Kitchen
Continental Breakfast included. Costa Rica Hotel taxes and AirBnB fees included. Based on single occupancy.
Nosara Retreat is nestled in the pristine pacific coast of Costa Rica on two acres of tropical gardens and jungle. Created in harmony with nature, we are here to provide you with an ideal setting for relaxation, rejuvenation, personal rediscovery and fun.
A five-minute walk brings you to the secluded Pelada Beach with fine white sand. The ocean is the centerpiece of life here. You can walk for miles along the quiet, unspoiled beaches of Nosara observing magical rock formations, breaking waves, and gentle tide pools.
We provide affordable earth friendly living with personalized service. Activities we offer include: turtle nesting, surfing and horseback riding, water sports, hiking trails, walk through the biological preserve, and zip line tour.
Our on-site jungle trail through the green zone to the beach allows you to explore the unspoiled wildness of this vibrant natural habitat.
Nosara Retreat is an ideal spot from which to explore Nosara’s laid-back charm, fine restaurants, shops and assortment of Yoga and wellness options. Or you may want to just relax in a hammock, watch the howler monkeys and listen to the ocean.
This peaceful setting is ideal for unwinding. Enjoy rural Costa Rica, “pura vida,” (pure life).
|Room type:||Private room|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$15 / night after the first guest|
|Weekly Price:||$360 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1400 /month|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
|Pet Owner:||Dog(s) and Cat(s)|
Deborah is an absolutely wonderful person. She did her best to ensure I was comfortable, gave me tips on where to eat, where to go and was just a pleasure to talk to.
The room is nice, clean, well ventilated, and has some hammocks outside where you can relax reading a book or just listening to the delicious sounds of the jungle.
I traveled all over Costa Rica and this was by far the best place that I stayed at along the way. The Papaya Room in the tree house is amazing. Everything is open air except for the bedrooms. The kitchen, living area, hammocks, and table are all outdoors and amazingly relaxing. If you don't mind the possibility of being woken up by monkeys in the morning, you will absolutely love this place. I personally enjoyed the monkey wake up call everyday, and feeling like I was sleeping in the jungle. Deborah is the sweetest and most caring woman and was incredibly accommodating. She helped us with anything we needed and was more than willing to give us advice on where to go, or even set up activities for us. After surfing hard all day long, Deborah suggested a yoga class in the pavilion on the property to help us relax into the evening. We had an awesome teacher who led us in a first time yoga class. Deborah is amazing and this bed and breakfast tucked up and away in the trees was far better than we expected and an experience of a lifetime. The pictures don't do it justice, you should stay here!
Kyle and I loved staying at the Nosara BnB. Deborah and the crew were such lovely hosts and really made us feel at home. They were MORE than accommodating with us and helped us through booking surf lessons, zip lining, as well as info on turtle watching, hikes and other excursions. We loved having the kitchen to make lunch and keep our beers cold. The room was a great size and very comfortable. The beach was a perfect 5 minute walk away. I also took advantage of practicing yoga at the beautiful pavilion. We really enjoyed the wonderful staff at Nosara BnB and are very grateful for their role in our great beach vacation.
Deborah's rustic retreat was very quaint with a short walk to the beach. We enjoyed the time we spent in the area and the breakfast each morning getting to know the other guests.
The room is mall and quaint, much like a camping cabin with a rustic bed. However the staff is nice and will help you book several activities and such.
Nous avons séjourné à Nosara BnB retreat au mois d'octobre pendant la saison des pluies.
L'endroit est magnifique, situé au milieu de la jungle et à deux pas d'une superbe plage (playa pelada). Notez cependant que la plage est difficilement baignable, sauf en un endroit, parce que les vagues sont assez imposantes et qu'il y a beaucoup de rochers.
Deborah a été très accueillante et a tenté de nous aider du mieux qu'elle le pouvait quand nous en avions besoin. La ville de Nosara est vraiment jolie et très zen, c'est un paradis du surf et du yoga. Cependant, si vous louez une voiture, évitez de vous y rendre en saison des pluies., les routes deviennent presque impraticables. Si vous recherchez un endroit tranquille où vous reposez et que vous ne cherchez pas un endroit de luxe, ce sera parfait pour vous :) Vous pourrez vous endormir au son de la jungle nocturne et vous réveiller au son des singes hurleurs, seulement pour ça, ça vaut le détour.
Si vous y aller quand il fait très chaud, notez qu'il n'y a pas d'air climatisé non plus, si vous êtes très sensibles :)
Sinon, les petits déjeuners sont très bons aussi !
Bon voyage !
Deborah's Arabian Nights retreat in the jungle was just about too good to believe. My girlfriend and I stayed in a room with windows on three sides open to the forest, with the sounds of birds and the distant surf from Playa Palada murmuring through the trees. We heard howler monkeys at dawn and rested in hammocks on an outdoor patio, sipping cervezas while geckos in courtship chased each other in circles. If all this seems verbose, hang on. A short walk takes you down to the beach with an opening vista of crescent beach and cliffs. A stroll down the beach will take you to a calm stretch of shallow sand lined with beached fishing boats (Playa Palada proper) where the surf is soft and pleasant for a good swim. Get a couple beers from Lalo the shopkeeper and have dinner at Olgita's newly-opened restaurant right on the beach, phenomenal and inexpensive home cooking (and she and her family are lovely to meet). We were there two days but the hands pretty much flew off the clock and drifted into deep space. Who knows, maybe we were there a year and just never noticed. Deborah herself is a fine hostess and great to chat with, plenty of interesting stories, serves a great breakfast, and has created a nice pearl of a place to stay. Would go back in a heartbeat.