This B&B is set up the hill outside Montezuma and a good choice if you want somewhere more quiet. This was the first place we stayed on the Nicoya Peninsula and it didn't take long to get into the rhythm of Tico time. Breakfasts were brilliant, set on the veranda surrounded by the howler monkey chorus and plentiful hot coffee. Rooms are a good size, with hot shower. Ryan the owner is lovely and the staff friendly and efficient.
It is in a good location, with nice gardens to explore (watch out for tarantulas!) and a trail to scramble down to the waterfalls. Warning - the road down into Montezuma is STEEP and if you decide to walk it is a challenge to the knees on the way down and the lungs on the way up!