TripAdvisor reviews love the lush tropical beauty of the land, and the hospitable hostess.
This rustic, authentic Tico farmhouse served as a B&B for 16 years. It had 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large patio, and yoga floor. Each section has a unique personalities.
Del Rey, the block construction main house has two bedrooms, a large salon, kitchen and tiled bath. It can be a separate duplex, and has a new ceiling.
On the West end, the two Queen rooms shared an in suite (Jack & Jill) bath. Both rooms had a sink and large garden view windows. Private entry from the patio.
The original rustic farmhouse had 3 budget double rooms. A shared bath/utility room and kitchen. It's rustic, but the foundation is SOLID and bugs can't eat the almond wood.
El Patio was the gathering place: Internet cafe, dining area, or just relaxing. It was our Happy Place.
The Jungalow was constructed with bamboo harvested from the finca. Repairs are easy, slide out any old posts and insert new ones in the "rocket launcher" designed foundation.
The Jungalow is a Bungalow in the Jungle designed by Elena Ross. Using sacred geometry, the foundation is a Pentagram and the structure was designed with Fibonacci math.
The Jungalow was our multipurpose space.
Party Palace, reception hall, cafe, guest room. It could be a restaurant/bar or Farmers Marker.