Disfrute de la vista hacia el Golfo de Nicoya, con el sonido de los cipreses y las aves, rodeado de naturaleza. Este espacio va a hacer que goce de una relajación increíble. Saboree una taza café mientras aprecia el atardecer sobre el mar. En la época lluviosa, relájese con la bruma y las lluvias mientras toma un baño de agua caliente en la tina.
“Beautiful place, everything very clean, tidy, the girl has a lot of hospitality. The apartment has a super nice view without having to go very far from the center. I definitely recommend it and hope to return!”
Five minutes from the lovely town of San Ramón, our modern, teak and concrete B&B is nestled in the coffee plantations, overlooking the mountains to the east. We offer our guests fresh, Costa Rican-style breakfasts with very fresh, locally-grown coffee. Get a taste of a truly Costa Rican experience!
“This is a great spot to head to after arriving in San Jose, where you can relax, settle in, and prepare to launch off for the rest of your trip. The hosts are very kind and accommodating, although primarily Spanish-speaking, so be prepared for that. Breakfast and coffee in the morning were homemade and a great way to start the day. It’s not as remote as the photos would suggest; it’s nearby coffee plantation, but itself is located just on the outskirts of town.”
If you want to rest and fresh air this accommodation is what you need. Beautiful rest house for 2 or up to 10 people. Located in Zarcero, Alajuela. Ideal to spend a weekend with your partner and family enjoying the fresh air and the beautiful views towards the mountain. Fully equipped just 1 hour from the airport.
“This house is quite large, larger than we expected based on the pictures that were available. It has a nice family feel. Greenery everywhere. The view from the balcony is gorgeous! The beds on the other hand are extremely firm. This was our last stop during our trip through Costa Rica and we did not sleep much. Beds are something we take into consideration when reading through reviews prior to booking a place to stay. I mean, after a long day of hiking or being in the car who wouldn't want to come home and climb into a nice comfy bed?! Am I right?! The restaurants around this house were not the best, we ended up going to the MaxiPalí and bought food.”