We had a short sojourn at Cabinas Piuri during February 2012. Our accommodation was a large room (2 large beds (one a King size), eating/sitting area) with a private bath. Spacious and airy and in the clouds. There were a couple other accommodations in the same building, all in a row, all with outside entrances, all with good windows. We ate delicoius meals prepared by the husband/wife owners, who are gracious, helpful and knowledgeable. As in so many places this far off the mainstream tourist routes, a bit of Spanish is helpful.
We hiked (most of it just a walk, really) to the beautiful waterfall in the Tenorio Volcano National Park, the entrance for which is just a couple of minutes down the road.
The locally famous Rio Celeste, its truly-blue water, is just down the hill from the cabins, and several lovely pools have been created in the along the way.
We're an older couple, both in our 60s, and found the Cabinas Piuri to be a wonderful place to do some "mild exploring". We'd go back, for sure.
- Also Known As:
- Cabinas Piuri Costa Rica/Guanacaste