A one bedroom cottage with kitchen/living room and bathroom and small deck. Breakfast is included in the morning. Surrounded by nature don't be surprised if the howler monkeys wake you up in the morning. Off street parking and within walking distance of the beach and national park.
I will only receive guests after 6 pm by direct request, so ask first if you plan on arriving at night.
Sorry no arrivals after 6 pm
Our stay at Anita's was great! Super location, great price, very warm and friendly atmosphere. It is a great location to walk to the beach or walk up to 'town' with restaurants, shops and nightlife. The place is very quiet and is surrounded by tons of nature and wildlife. Breakfast was great and Anita and Nuria were warm hosts. We certainly would stay again and highly recommend this very affordable option to others traveling to MA.
We had a beautiful stay at the cottage. Everything was really clean. There is also a little kitchen, which is nice to use.
Anita was always there, when we had questions or just for a smalltalk either. You can walk to the beach in ca. 10 minutes. There, you will find a good place for surfing. If you like the sound of nature and watch animals, it's THE place to be. I recommend this cottage to everybody, you're going to have good times (and an amazing view to the ocean).
I couldn't have asked for a better place. Anita was warm and friendly and provided us with everything we needed. Her breakfasts and chats were a great way to start the day! She was knowledgeable about the different activities available to us in the area and even booked a tour for us. The cottage was absolutely lovely and well taken care of. As a bonus, there was hot water which is something we didn't have much of elsewhere. Thanks for everything Anita!
The cottage was exactly as described and is in an excellent location in Manuel Antonio. The best part is the privacy - one could easily spend an entire day in the cottage without being disturbed (though I don't advise it, since Manuel Antonio's surrounding areas are so beautiful). Anita was a great host. Breakfast was ready every morning, and she even gave me some rice in which to dry my phone after I carelessly dropped it in the ocean. The kitchen has everything you need to prepare your own food, and there are also several great restaurants nearby. I definitely recommend La Casa Buena Vista.
Overall had a great experience at Casa Buena Vista, very gracious host. Great location, spectacular view from breakfast area. Free wifi, which is great. However from the room it is pretty limited but if you walk to the common area (20 feet away) you get better reception. Beach is close walk down a hill and restaurants are close by walking up the hill (Hill is pretty steep and my be difficult with physical limitations) I enjoyed myself and would stay again, thanks Anita.
We had an amaizing time in the bungalow and wished we could have stayed longer! It´s close to the beach and the national park, altough we saw more monkeys in our backyard than at the park! (Howling monkeys, squirrel monkeys) The garden is beautiful and the breakfast with the view where the best we had so far! Thank you for everything Anita!
For those who plan to go to the park, be careful. Some people stop you on the road to make you pay for parking and say you HAVE to pay for à guide (you really dont, it´s clean roads and there are a LOT of people). The only place to buy your ticket is near the main gate, something call coopeliza. It´s about 2000 colones less by person than on the street!
Anita was very accommodating and her place is beautifully nestled into the landscape with fantastic views of the Manuel Antonio. I highly recommend a stay at her place.
This host has 406 reviews for other properties.View Other Reviews
I discover Manuel Antonio 38 years ago after graduating the University of California in Berkeley. Don Melton and myself first did a research project in the National Park and adjoining beaches and decided to make Punta Quepos our home. Don was the local historian and gave educational talks for many groups including National Geografic. We were among the founders of the first Chamber of Tourism in Manue Antonio, founders of ASCONA (Quepos first conservation organization), and have continued to be active in civic and conservations groups to date. I am currently working with a group to establish an animal shelter here in our area. (website hidden) We worked for many years on the problem of drownings (see page 7). I ran my gift shop LA BUENA NOTA for many years and because of my extensive knowledge of Costa Rica, I can answer most questions about our area and some advice about other tourist destinations in Costa Rica.