This villa has it all. We had a full house but you could always find a quit spot to read your book or just relax and take a nap. The fully equipped kitchen gave the epicurious family members all the amenities of home. When we were not exploring, fishing, biking, horseback riding, kayaking, or hiking/zip lining then we were either lounging around or swimming in the large, well maintained pool or down by the mesmerizing ocean. A two hour massage outside on the second level lanai is a must. While the masseuse removes all your stress you can concentrate on the sounds of birds, the ocean and crashing waves.
We have had some wonderful vacations and this one ranks as one of the top three.
A few words of advice: The owners made a book with pages and pages of information about the house, the caretaker, things to do, etc. You should look at all this information on your first day it will answer many questions you need to know and maybe didn’t think to ask. Joshua the caretaker speaks very good English and can arrange any activities and help you find your way around. He gave us directions to get around David, arranged massages, kayaking, chef dinner at the house, translated instruction for the maid and ran a few errands for us. Lastly, the Rey… the Rey is a complete grocery store similar to what you would find in the U.S. We actually thought it was much nicer than most stores we have been to anywhere. On my next visit, I’m going to go to the Rey the first day and completely stock the kitchen with a week’s supply. The drive into David is interesting but can get old after 3 or 4 trips. Rent a car. It’s inexpensive and kind of hard to get lost after you figure out the main roads.
Helpful votes: 4/5
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