Two bedroom cottage nestled in a guava forest. Large indoor hot water shower in separate room from toilet, and separate vanity with sink between the two bedrooms. Kitchen has hot water sink, microwave, electric stove with an oven, toaster and coffeemaker along with refrigerator. Breakfast bar, large windows for viewing mountains and Gulf of Nicoya; spectacular sunsets and rainbows: comfortable enclosed porch. Linens, dishes and cooking utensils provided. Sofa in living area opens to accommodate sleeping.
(We also have the 'Rainbow House', a 3 bedroom, 2 bath house on the same property with the same incredible panoramic view. There is a balcony on the 2nd floor. Several photos here outdoor and inside. .This house may be available even if the availability calendar shows 'no vacancy' and it can accommodate larger groups. So don't hesitate to ask me. It has recently been repainted inside & Internet wifi and has a wash machine.)
Many up to date dvds are available. Manager lives on same 7 acres and speaks both English and Spanish. Telephone and computer available in his home. Margarita is licensed to give massage, to do hair cuts and to paint beautiful fingernail designs nearby. You can arrange appointments on site with manager.
All tiled floors, very new and clean. Private and secluded house in a safe and friendly area (tranquil rural setting) near village of Santa Elena with large supermarket and many small restaurants, stores & souvenir shops and places to arrange tours. Manager Richard can also arrange tours, guides & get you discounts to the attractions and sometimes can transport guests on trips to Selvatura and other attractions and to view live volcano, Arenal. Woodworking souvenir shop with free orchid garden within walking distance. Also a nice bakery and small grocery near and a wonderful new restaurant, El Sabor de Espana down the road. Paradise for wildlife watchers and artists.
Keywords: Charming & secluded 'treehouse' cottage
In the Monteverde area there are 400 species of birds of the 850 species found in Costa Rica. We have spotted many mammals and butterflies on our property as well. A pair of Emerald green toucanets nested in our old century plant. The distinctive 'pong' sound of the bellbird can be heard nearby. So can the 'toledo' of the manakin. Richard can take you on walks down through the forest to our rushing mountain stream with small waterfalls. You may hear coyotes at night; several sizes of agoutis graze through our back garden.
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