We stopped in to Chancletas after a crazy stressful day driving through both honduran border crossings and needed to crash. Pulled in late and didn't have reservations but they had a few beds available in the dorm and said we could stay.
The swell wasn't great, but we were way more focused on chilling and refreshing (hiding from the sun) before moving on to the next stop south.
Beer (tona) was WAY cold and refreshing for $1.50US. Food was just okay but the crowd here was great. Surfers from many different places relaxing under the main palapa and playing frisbee on the lawn.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Chancletas beach resort is in a small, quiet fishing village named Aserradores. Located on a breezy hillside overlooking the pacific ocean. Enjoy private access to one of the most beautiful beaches on the northern coast. Playa Aserradores is shaped by an estuary mouth to the south where sailboats and fisherman pass by and a rocky head land full of shells and tide pools to the north. We offer all kinds of activities local volcano tours, surfing, kayaking, stand up paddle, horseback ridding, babysitting, bike rentals and more. ... more less