I stayed here for 2 nights with an OAT tour group. The grounds are beautiful (a bit more manicured and resort-like than most of the places we stayed) and the bungalow/villa was wonderful. The linens were the best we encountered and the air conditioning was a welcome amenity! (The A/C was very efficient AND quiet.)
There wasn't much wildlife here - though we saw a few geckos and quite a few birds. There was a TV in the room but I never turned it on. Wi-fi was available at the pool, bar & restaurant areas.
The bathroom was great and the shower had very good pressure and consistent temperature, which is very important to me.
The swimming pool was very nice - though it was a bit odd in how the depths were laid out - very shallow in some areas so you couldn't really swim laps. I'm guessing that was to make it safer for the families with younger children.
The bar and restaurant were very nice - open air and with an ocean view. The restaurant seemed to cater more to 'American' tourists so it was a bit more 'pedestrian' than some of the other food we experienced in Costa Rica.
The beach was right there, though it didn't appear especially safe for swimming. It was nice to hear the surf and walk along the sand. The sunsets were very beautiful both nights we were there.
The only downside I can think of was the fact that they didn't have a gift shop. It would have been nice to be able to pick up some snacks or postcards etc.