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Cabuya Long Term Vacation Rentals(6)

6 Results
$100 - $140
per night
5 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 5
4 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
(15)
4 night minimum stay
  • 1 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 4
2 Reviews
4 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • Sleeps 4
1 Review
4 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 5
(3)
$115 - $165
per night
2 - 3 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
1 Review
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Recent Cabuya Reviews

Sweetest place in Cabuya!

5 of 5
The only reason I would hesitate to recommend this place is because it may make it unavailable to us the next time I want to rent it. This was our second visit to Cabuya . We stayed in another house last year (the Artist's Cottage), but this house FAR surpassed that one in regards to comfort, cleanliness, and charm. It is great!! Very, very comfortable! It feels very safe and nurturing. It craftily combines shelter and privacy with the openness of a traditional Tico home by the positioning of some massive wood corner sliding doors that easily slide open to make it feel that the house is an extension of the outdoors and vice versa. You can easily slide them closed if you simply want to create more interior privacy for yourself (there is a smaller passage door opening in one of them for more traditional access.) The kitchen is stocked with everything you could possibly need. The custom concrete countertops and sinks inside are an absolute delight. The shower is large and comfortable. (and you won't find the typical 'suicide shower' here like you do in most rental houses in Costa Rica). The raw tree trunk columns, built in furnishings hand crafted from local woods, the locally crafted ceramic lighting fixtures, the colorful drapes, and some local art work, all add to the charm of this sweetheart of a place. Noa, the caretaker is extremely helpful. Her husband built the house and it is evident that he took great pride in it. The place it set back nicely from the road with a very sweet and helpful Gringo couple next door. The stunning pebble beach in Cabuya is a very short walk down the road just out the driveway. (the sound of the surf can be easily heard from the house.) The exquisite food at Marvin's Soda (I HIGHLY recommend the food there!!!) is another easy walk from the house, as is the Coyote Café, the Cabuya Bakery and Eatery (both also have excellent food), and the Super David supermarket. The people are very friendly in Cabuya; Ticos and Gringos alike. If it's low tide and you'd like to swim, (the ocean swimming is good only during the higher tides) I'd recommend heading to the Celaje Hotel. They'll let you swim and hang out around the pool as long as you order a beverage. It's a great place to meet people from all walks of like who seem to prefer Cabuya to the busier Montezuma down the road. The bikes that come with the house are great and a convenient way to get to the fresh water rivers and sandy beaches on the way to Montezuma. Enjoy!
  • Submitted: Jan 19, 2014
  • Stayed: Jan 2014

What a wonderful experience!

5 of 5
This home was one of our favorites while in Costa Rica! It is within walking distance to beautiful beaches that were mostly secluded, restaurants that served great food, two markets for grocery shopping, along with so many other forms of entertainment for a family to enjoy. One of our favorite things to see was Cemetery Island, which we could walk out to during the low tide. Our family originally wanted to stay in Montezuma however we were lucky enough to land accommodations in Cabuya. The little village of Cobuya was just the hidden gem that we were looking for. This village is full of friendly people from all over. We always felt welcomed by everyone. The house is in a very central location within Cabuya, but also off the road enough to feel private.The outdoor area was such a peaceful place to relax in. We had Monkeys that visited in the trees everyday, a little white bunny that came into the yard and followed the kids around and even let them pet it, horses in the pasture right next to the property, as well as a bunch of different birds to watch. This house also included many little details that were greatly appreciated. They had games available for the family and kids to play, books to read including informative books about Costa Rica, speakers to plug your computer or IPads into to listen to music. I highly recommend this property for any family to stay in!
  • Submitted: Jan 17, 2014
  • Stayed: Jan 2014

right on the beach, nicely made house

5 of 5
We enjoyed a wonderful week in this beachfront house! The location is great, right on the beach, and amenities in the town are within walking distance. The house was well equipped and spacious, our favourite part being the outdoor shower (for a quick rinse after coming in from the beach). Getting there: The drive from the airport to Cabuya around the Gulf of Nicoya is strenuous (some steep and unpaved roads). Check the ferry schedule from Puntarenas to Paquera to avoid the rough sections, or consider taking a domestic flight. Or just be prepared for several bumpy hours. What to do: Swimming (high tide) and reading on the patio (low tide) are easy and obvious options. We also walked to the island (great for looking at the rock formations), checked the pools in the river, booked a snorkeling tour (beautiful tropical fish) and a canopy tour (including a beautiful waterfall swim), drove to Mal Pais (though found the high waves and pebbles a bit rough) and hiked through Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve (be prepared to sweat!). The lady at the local cafe was very helpful "on-site" for finding our way around and the organisation. We definitely recommend this place, as it provides both the seclusion and peacefulness, while still in relative proximity to tourism infrastructure. By the way, we could watch monkey clamber through the trees during the day, and howling during the night. And in the morning a myriad of birds sing to greet you!
  • Submitted: Jul 30, 2012
  • Stayed: Jul 2012