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Room 2 is a twin to room 1 and if someone wants both rooms there is an a-joining door that can be unlocked. It was probably the best view of any of my rooms but does require a few stairs to get there. There is one double bed and ceiling fans.


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Laura User Profile
April 2017
Casa Buena Vista was a charming B&B in a great location of Manuel Antonio. Anita was there to greet us when arrived even though we were later than expected. We had a rental car so it was nice to be able to park it in a locked/gated garage. The casa felt secure as well. The layout is spread out, two rooms up high, a couple rooms down below in the same building as a common area and then a separate cottage. Breakfast is served in another building below where Anita stays. There are gardens all over and beautiful trees and wildlife. We chose our room, #2, because it offered a view of the ocean. It is set on a hillside and our room was literally high up in the trees. We heard and saw lots of birds, amazing sights and sounds. It was fairly private, there is an adjacent room but no one was renting it while we were there. The shower in our private bathroom was great and very roomy!! The wifi didn't reach our room, but we were able to use it in the common area and on the cozy open air porch down below us. We were offered breakfast each morning, which was nice, coffee and juice, eggs toast and fresh fruit. The casa is about an 8 minute walk to groceries and restaurants. Actually it's more like a hike, on an uphill paved road, very windy and steep! Loved the Falafel Bar on the corner! Walking down the hill leads to a few beaches. We chose to walk about 20 minutes down to Playa Bisaenz, which is kind of hard to find, but well worth the effort. We grabbed the bus to go to the national park, about 10 minutes away. The only negative during our stay was the noise from the street. Since the casa is on a hill, cars and motorbikes really seem to rev it going up and our room was pretty close to the road. Anita did mention it might be noisy when I first inquired before booking, but we had no idea how loudly it would echo into the room! I understand the noise is not as bad in the rooms and cottage below us, but you sacrifice the ocean view. Also, the howler monkeys, will wake you in the morning with their "howls", but it may be a disruptive experience you won't want to miss! Overall a good introduction to our Costa Rican adventure.

Patrick User Profile
March 2017
Great views, great location, and you are sure to see plenty of wildlife. Right down the street from a trail to the beach, and down the street from some great restaurants and a small market. Awesome, secluded spot. Anita is happy to give recommendations on activities and restaurants as well!

Milana User Profile
March 2017
Neat location, close to the park, restaurants and grocery stores. Breakfast was good. The cleanliness of our room wasn't the best, for that reason alone I wouldn't stay again or recommend to others.

Marta User Profile
March 2017
Great place; close to the beach and to restaurants. Very homey & friendly :) loved having breakfast with everyone and chatting!

Tobias User Profile
February 2017
Anita is a great host, with excellent accomodations! its a walk to the National Park but close to all the restaurants. Huge plus! its a small walk down a path to beach which can be a little tough. all in all i would recommend - get the AC rooms theyre worth it :)

Annette User Profile
January 2017
Beautiful place. I need a even moved us into an air-conditioned room when the temperature hit 35 degrees. A very good hostess.

Pernille User Profile
January 2017
We loved this place. Our room has a great view!! Yes there are small animals in the room, but its in the middle of the jungle. If you Want to wake up at 10am, this is not the place for you. You Will wake up with the Sun and sound of monkeys. The breakfast is great!! :)

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Quepos, Costa RicaJoined in July 2012
Anita User Profile

I discover Manuel Antonio 41 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. 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.

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