Ostional House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Loft, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 12)
This spectacular home, built into the side of a mountain overlooking the Pacific Ocean, features 2500 square feet of space with amazing views of the Pacific Ocean and the tropical jungle of Ostional, Costa Rica.
This home is ideal for 2-3 couples wishing to travel together or for families with children. The bedrooms and loft are spacious and the kitchen contains all of the modern conveniences of home. Three decks are available for relaxing with the largest measuring 20 feet X 12 feet, which is ideal for sunbathing and dinning. Our on-site staff is available to serve you. The house is fully equipped and stocked with typical foods and beverages which are available at $25/day/guest for 3 fantastic meals are prepared by our trained chef.
Enjoy our newly completed infinity pool and hot tub surrounded by lush tropical gardens. The views from the pool are spectacular!
This home offers a very unique vacation experience. In addition to the Olive Ridley Turtle, which nests in Ostional, the area is also known for its populations of howler monkeys, kotimundi, ant-eaters, deer, iguanas, and a variety of tropical birds. Because of this, we offer a knowledgeable bilingual guide who will arrange for all of your daily excursions (i.e. turtle watching, fishing, diving, horseback riding, surfing, hiking, beaches, shopping, canopy tours, and volcano tours) at reasonable daily/weekly rates.
Turtles can be seen all year round in conjunction with full moons - usually 5 days before and 5 days after a full moon.
Please view our website for a more detailed description and pictorial perspective of this vacation home.
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
You were on spot -- Elias was amazing: fun, thoughtful, and entergetic. He really made the vacation an experience and an adventure! We did many of the typical vacation things: ziplining, and snorkeling, but when I asked everyone to rate their top two experiences, here's what we got (and there are more than 2 answers as not everyone's answers were the same):
Watching the Olive Ridley turtles lay eggs, and learning about the village and its history with the turtles;
Fishing for tuna and reds, and more;
Cheering on the sabernaros as they competed to capture rings off a hanging string;
Driving up to Monte Verde and our fabulous night walk where we saw a two-toed sloth, pit viper, a prorcupine in a tree itching itself, sleeping jays, a hiding tarantula, and so much more;
Riding the rivers with guides and seeing crocodiles, screech owls, bats...;
Visiting the Guaitil Pottery makers and learning about their history and art;