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Central America River Cottage Rentals(2)

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3 night minimum stay
  • 1 BR,
  • 3 HF BA,
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Recent Central America Reviews

An experience that can't be captured in photos!

5 of 5
I spent the early two weeks of January in the Colibri cabin and I have no words to express how amazing the view is from the cabin. I stumbled upon this cabin searching online; I’m not the type of person to stay in resort-style accommodations. I would describe the cabins as rustic and quaint. The views and experience are much more than can be captured in photographs. These are cabins Peter built by hand. Colibri had a very cool loft which overlooks the property on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other side. If you look down, you see Playa Los Cedros (I believe?), which is a very nice beach to go to while on your stay. I spent a lot of time in the hammock or deck chair reading books and enjoying the beautiful weather. At night a few geckos would sneak in and hang out on the ceiling! Also, from what I hear, this is one of the few places in Costa Rica with hot water for your shower! Each day, Peter will offer to drive you and other cabin guests down to Montezuma, which is about a 5-10 minute drive. From there, I took a taxi up at night (go talk to Roger at Cabo Blanco Travelers between Mamatea and Chicos, since taxis seem to disappear after 6pm in Montezuma). A car isn’t necessary, as a taxi is only $10 up the hill. A few days, I walked into town, which takes about a half an hour (you see a lot of nature and get a little workout!). I recommend walking down before 8am or after 4pm because of the heat. Peter and Rocio are very helpful and always are there to help and see if you need anything and always a few steps away if you needed something. Their daughter, Natalie, will help you with your poor Spanish speaking skills and tell you funny stories. They have two dogs, Luna and Stancha(?), which are very friendly and may come to visit. Peter is very knowledgeable and will answer any questions you have about the area and any places you’d like to travel or tour. He can help point you in the right direction and tell you which ones might be better than other tours. I recommend taking a day or two to rent an ATV and travel to the Cabuya Isla Cementario at low tide, Cabo Blanco Reserve, and then visiting Mal Pais and Santa Teresa. This place is a hidden gem and I can’t wait to go back. I wish I would have stayed longer considering the -80 degree difference in the weather I had to come back to! I feel as if I came for a vacation and left with a new family, thanks to the hospitality of Peter, Rocio, Natalie, and the puppies.
  • Submitted: Jan 27, 2014
  • Stayed: Jan 2014

amazing

5 of 5
I think this place looks better in person then in pictures, if that's possible!! We LOVED this place, it was set amongst the jungle, you could hear all the birds and sometimes monkeys. It was so relaxing in the evening, we would be gone all day then come back and relax and it was so open and airy and you just felt so at peace. Place was cleaned for us everyday, when a water line broke in town they fixed us up right away. So kind and gracious! Must eat at 'soda" Johannas, she had the best food. I recommend staying here as it is a little south of P.V(which i felt was more for a younger party crowd) the beaches are better in this area! Rent bikes, they are a great way to get around, and cheap too! $4 or $5 aday! This place is a must visit!! And they have smaller places and a larger place, so check their website out too!!
  • Submitted: Jun 15, 2011
  • Stayed: Jun 2011