Small studio with private bathroom on a well maintained private property. Perfect for the solo traveler or 2 looking to experience the dominican republic's north coast. A bed and a bath is all you need when you explore the island. This is your spot.
The Spot is located in one of the most preferred residential communities on the north coast called Perla Marina, which offers a semi private beach, where you can find 2 restaurants, a spa and daily yoga sessions. This is just 10 minutes walking from this house through the gated neighborhood with huge trees and friendly people.
You will find what you need here! A clean bed, your own bathroom, mini fridge, coffee maker, wifi, back up power and on site drinking water.
See you soon!
The studio and bathroom. parking. The neighborhood with the semi private beach.
Interaction with guests
The Spot is an addition done to my main house. So you can always knock on my door if you need some info.
THE SPOT – IN PERLA MARINA
We’re happy to see you, and we want you to enjoy your stay with us. That’s why we ask all of our guests to follow these simple rules, so that we can help to ensure that everyone’s experience is a positive one. It’s all about making pleasant happy memories of your vacation in “The Spot” in Perla Marina – so that you’ll come back and see us again.
1.Night time or Overnight visitors are not permitted. Strangers are not let into Perla Marina or the premises.
2.Guests are responsible for leaving all areas tidy and in a sanitary condition. Sorry but absolutely no paper allowed in the toilet, it WILL clog!
3.If something goes wrong, notify me. It’s okay if you break something or if something you are using malfunctions, just don’t try to hide it. Accidents are always possible, but damages need to be replaced. We will work it out. ;)
4.My feeling on the whole House Rules is that my guests are adults, not children. They don’t come on vacation to be treated like children so there’s no curfew and you can come and go as you please. I ask you to lock up whenever you come and go.
5.Laundry service for guests doing extended travel is available. (US$10/load)
6.Lost the keys? – US$20
7.Please try to SAVE ENERGY! – Use electricity wisely. Do your part to preserve and protect our world. Thanks for turning off the light when leaving. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC IS ONE OF THE MOST EXPENSIVE COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD FOR ELECTRICITY!!!
8. smoking outside only please
9.We accept no responsibility for any loss, accident, personal injury, medical expenses or property damage caused by personal negligence or by any other circumstances beyond our control.
– The Management.
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Apart from my rentals and management job, I am also a real estate investment advisor with CENTURY 21® Juan Perdomo in Sosua/Cabarete, Dominican Republic. I have been living on the north shore for 21 years, having moved here from Germany.
Life in DR is a rewarding and exciting experience- with the year-round tropical weather, laid-back lifestyle, breath-taking beautiful scenery, and friendly Dominican people.
I certainly enjoy the surfing here and manage surf contests to help unhindered access to our beaches!
Certainly there are challenges for folks who are not familiar with the culture and language and as I have successfully and comfortably acclimated into this culture, I am happy to pass my experiences along to others.
I love surfing , my son and my dogs - nature and the ocean! :)
I like to travel and have created the perfect place in my home for travelers visiting the dominican republic - the one place I am always looking to find on my travel destinations. A clean, comfortable awesome place with wifi and relaxed atmosphere, just 5 minutes from the ocean.
It seems that each of the Dominican Republic's major regions has a nickname and the North Coast is no different. Featuring the popular towns of Puerto Plata, Cabarete and Sosua, the north coast has been referred to as the Amber Coast due its the prevalence of this semi-precious gem the Discovery Coast thanks to Christopher Columbus discovery of the island of Hispaniola at Cape Isabela and the Silver Coast, after Columbus named the area Puerto Plata or silver port because of the effect the sun made on the water as he approached.
Regardless of what visitors call it, the north coast brings together some of the country's best features - lush jungle forests, rolling mountain ranges, ethereal blue waters and golden sand beaches. And it is because of these characteristics that this area is today considered the country's most versatile playground. Here vacationers can jump river beds on a mountain bike, fight the waves surfing or on a kiteboard, test their strength on a rock face or rub elbows with the rich and famous who come for the north coast's luxurious new accommodations. No matter what activity visitors choose to partake in, however, they'll find that everything here is done with legendary Dominican flair.