Parrita House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Attached Unit, 3.5 Baths, (Sleeps 7)
Around 5:30 pm enjoy the breath taking Pacific Ocean sunset with your friends or family on our deck around the pool. Prepare or cater a delicious meal in our fully equipped kitchen with dining room. Turn on the flat screen satelite TV and relax on our huge curvy couch. Sleep comfortably in the bedrooms all with private baths. The master bedroom includes a king bed with master bath tub and separate shower facility. If you wish, use the washer/dryer machines for your clothing before you leave.
Arrange for a guided ATV tour to see the area around our property and the Rainmaker Nature Park Preserve. Plan a mangrove river fishing cruise and play with the white-faced monkeys. Book a day long deep sea fishing outing. Do not worry about sea sickness since these waters are the calmest in the Pacific. You can catch sailfish, marlin, dorado, or tuna. In shore, fight the mighty rooster fish or pick up a few spanish mackrel for dinner.
Try a guided white water rafting experience in the afternoon after a zip line jungle canopy tour or cable car ride in the morning. See the world famous Manuel Antonio National Park to hear and see the amazing howling monkeys! After all that you can arrange for a day of golf if you wish and still have time.
Keywords: In Costa Rica in the Central Pacific Puntarenas Region south of Jaco between Parrita and Quepos near Damas near Manuel Antonio National Park
- pets not allowed
About Peter Sorensen
We are three friends that enjoy traveling, boating, fishing, good food and drink!
One partner is a funeral director, another a retired manager with a national electric utility, and the other an independent financial advisor.
Peter Sorensen purchased this house in 2011
Why Peter Sorensen chose Parrita
We came to Quepos in 2006 on a fishing trip. We had a great time and learned about the Las Palmas development just outside of town. After investigation we decided to purchase two lots and build a vacation/rental home.
What makes this house unique
Watch the squirrel monkeys and toucans as they pass by the house. In the morning take a quick drive to the nearby beach for a leisurely stroll, picking up a few 'sand dollars' to bring home with you. Stop at the quaint little beach restaurant for a nice lunch of fried tilapia and plantains or rice and beans. Learn more about the culture by visiting with the local people.