We were blown away by the natural beauty here. This was our first two days of a Costa Rica vacation so we had no idea what to expect. Our concern was that there might not be restaurants in this little village. No problem, we ate well in the open air restaurant just down the highway. Be bought breakfast the night before at the local grocery, and then ate in on our patio while watching the peacocks walking around. The quite nice pool overlooks lots of hill/valley greenery. There is a private set of marked trails behind the villas with the little tags showing name, species, family on many plants.
Much better than a backpacker place, but without a restaurant it is hard to call it a hotel.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included