Casa de Campo is on the main road in Pedasi, but once you walk through the gate you would never guess you weren't set off in a secluded hideaway.
Beautiful grounds, friendly owners and staff who anticipated our every need are just some of the benefits found here. The rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable, and the property has numerous living areas including a number of hammocks for reading, relaxing or napping.
The staff knows all about what the area has to offer and is happy to schedule boats, draw maps, and offer suggestions to help you take full advantage of the Tuna Coast.
Breakfast is included and there are multiple options, all of which were great and filling.
This was an exceptional hotel with better service than I've received at some high dollar resorts in the US. Would definitely recommend!
- Also Known As:
- Casa De Campo Pedasi Hotel
- Casa De Campo Pedasi Hotel Pedasi
- Casa De Campo Pedasi Panama
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- BOUTIQUE HOTEL CASA DE CAMPO PEDASI is a unique Bed & Breakfast (B&B) located on the tip of the Azuero peninsula in the heart of a tropical and cultural paradise. This boutique hotel offers a great mixture of a traditional Panamenian country house coupled with modern conveniences and exceptional service.Located in the center of Pedasi on over two acres of private manicured grounds, our bed and breakfast (B&B) is within walking distance to all the shops and restaurants in the town of Pedasi and yet completely private and exclusive. Our rooms are large and luxurious, featuring native hardwood ceilings, trim, and cabinetry, antique handmade clay tiles and polished concrete, all complemented by a wonderfully relaxed country atmosphere. The charm of HOTEL CASA DE CAMPO PEDASI, a classic country house, is that we have retained its classic Panamenian character while adding touches of contemporary architecture and modern amenities. HOTEL CASA DE CAMPO PEDASI is the perfect haven to relax and refresh yourself after spending the day fishing, snorkeling, swimming, surfing, cycling, horseback riding, or just soaking up the flavor of Pedasi. ... more less