This is one of our five handmade houses, at La Finca , in the hills of Vieques Island, quiet, private, totally chill, but just a few minutes from beaches and both towns, Esperanza or Isabel II.
Totally off beat -- rented as a whole, la finca caribe's Casa Grande is perfect for large groups of friends, families, business get aways or yoga retreats. The place is huge and rambling, private and quiet.
We think that it's about staying casual and loving this island for its climate, culture, and amazing natural beauty. The beaches are the best just about anywhere. if you want more info about the place check out our website -- (search la Finca Caribe).
Our towels don't match. The rooms have no television, the whole place is quiet, private and natural, and the guests you meet are interesting and wonderful -- from around the world. La finca caribe is for people who like to go barefoot and take showers outdoors. We like it simple. All of our rooms have fans, mosquito nets, cotton sheets and a good reading lamp.
La finca caribe is a cluster of handmade wooden houses -- on two of the most beautiful, natural, quiet and private acres on Vieques island. We're up in the hills; our world class beaches are three miles away -- so we are the place to totally get away from it all. No a/c. No phones. Wi-fi is iffy. But the salt water pool, the breezes, views and mangoes, starfruit, cocos and bananas work great. The coolest place on the coolest island -- with the coolest folks!
We're flexible -- whether you're two people or thirty. You can rent the entire house or any one of the six casa grande rooms. ( see our other listing for rooms or smaller houses)
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La Casa Grande offers large groups and families a whole rustic villa with six bedrooms, each with one or two queen-sized beds and a twin loft. There's a large dining and living area and complete kitchen, all open to the tradewinds and great views.
La Casa Grande has three shared bathrooms, with our beautiful outside hot water showers. The lobby/living area has an eclectic library of books, a stereo, and indoor board games. The wrap-around deck has a gas bbq, porch swings, hammocks, plenty of table space, and star gazing deck above.
No children over five only in casa grande please, unless you're renting out the entire house.
Interaction with guests
We've been here for 20 years now....we know what this island is all about, and we're here if you need us, to point you to the right beach or best restaurant...we have a ton of travel info we can send with your confirmation....
Other things to note
Please note: during Winter (Dec - the end of April) we have a 4 night minimum. In Summer, the minimum is 2 nights. Occasionally, we may be able to accommodate a short stay (for a fee of $50 for regular bookings & $100 for large groups)...just ask.
Check-in and out: generally check-in is 3pm and check-out is 11am. We’re flexible; just ask if you would like to arrive early or stay late.
Extra guests: pricing is based on double-occupancy per room. $30 per additional guest per night.
Damage and cleaning policy: group organizer (and/or individual guests) are financially responsible for any damages to facility or property caused by you or group participants during your stay. In the event of damage or excessive cleaning fees, la finca caribe will itemize the cost to repair or replace said damage and group organizer agrees to pay such statement within ten (10) days of receipt of the cost of repair or replacement. Airbnb will refund the deposit amount of $300 two days after check-out, pending damage inspection. If any damage or violations of these agreements are found, additional fees may be due. This includes possible fees charged for misuse of equipment, furnishings left out of place, missing linens, utensils and other household items.
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bill and i bailed from the full time work a day world to focus on little hill, the finca in the winter months, our family, friends, and grandkids. we have had la finca on vieques for almost years now, and little hill for eight. we love both homesteading -- raising our own food (organic lamb and veggies on marrowstone) living simply, and sharing both places with others.
Bill was an architect in Seattle, and before that NYC . I've worked most of my life in corporate sustainability and as a creative director in seattle, weird combo I know. But I always wanted to be an innkeeper and a now I'm a little of each, and very very grateful...