|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
This home built by owner, is a spacious 4bedroom,3 full baths villa.The fully equipped kitchen has a granite top and many amenities, including a convection oven. The two master rooms (kingsize bed),(queen bed,fullbed) also includes two private large bathrooms .All bedrooms are equipped with ceiling fans and AC Inverters.The family room is spacious with TV/DVD and wi-fi. But it is the deck and the large terrace and BBQ area, surrounded by fruit trees and walking distance to Steps Beach & The Reef Sanctuary what makes this villa special.
My wife Milagros and I (Pucho) are currently retired after 25 years working as a Marine Transport Worker and as a film and TV technical producer in Puerto Rico. We are both raised, and studied in PR and currently live between San Juan and Rincon.
Owner/Property Manager purchased this villa in 1993
From my early childhood I have been visiting Rincon, first for my love in surfing (since the 60's) and later as the head of a family that continues to grow and enjoy this beautiful town,beach ,mountains, and home. I tell my family this is a piece of my 'cielito' and now wish to share with all my guests and friends, '413 Road To Happiness'.
This home has good cross ventilation and outdoor areas to enjoy. More than 20 different varieties of fruit trees surround the 1 acre property where good outdoor cooking can be enjoyed with herbs from the garden, while waiting for a beautiful sunset. Comfortable rooms,large baths and fully equipped kitchen, make this home a worthwhile experience!
Just returned from five days in Rincon - stayed at this nice house. Two very large bedrooms plus two smaller ones. Perfect for our group which included my wife and I, along with three 18 year old surfer boys. Loved the location - walked to Steps beach for coffee, snorkeling and paddleboarding. Also walked to Marina district and had dinner at La Copa Llena - our favorite restaurant on the trip. Marina district also has Shipwreck Restaurant, lots of snorkeling/diving, and boat rentals. Location was also perfect for horse riding with Pintos R Us, with them based out of Marina district. So location is perfect. Short ride to Domes beach, and a very short ride into town and food shopping.
House is right on Route 413, which can be a bit noisy but not too bad overall. You can here an occasion truck, which was not nearly as noisy as the birds in Rincon at night. Anyway, house has two large living areas and a nice kitchen. We cooked in three nights, and ate on the large back patio - one of those nights we had the three boys barbecue chicken on the built-in grill. We could have done burgers and dogs on the grill, which would have been great, but it was a short trip and wanted to hit some restaurants.
The hot water in the house is supplied by solar water tank and is hooked to only two of the three showers - which was just fine. It was hot all week, so our 18 year old son took showers in the bath without hot water and he said it was fine.
Overall, a great week at a nice house. Would recommend it, especially with the price and size of the house.
Myself and 6 friends stayed at Rincon Del Milagro a few weeks ago. I was initially worried (before seeing it) that the place would be dark as the photos had a bit of a submerged feel, but that wasn't the case at all. Actually, it's a wonderful, comfortable lived-in house with everything you need to have a great vacation. And it's an easy walk to Tres Palmas beach, which was our favorite beach of the whole trip. The back patio and charcoal grill were great, and we had dinners out there every night. We had an initial problem with the septic but Antonio called in someone to fix it the same day we told him - he's a great guy who was very responsive to our needs.
A couple minor things; the back patio door doesn't close unless you lock it shut, and can be very noisy if you brace it but there's some wind rattling it around. It was not a big deal at all. The shower in the first bathroom has no hot water (nor the kitchen sink), but we just shared our hot shower bathrooms (one of which is HUGE) and it was no problem at all.
We borrowed the snorkel gear for our day at the beach - having that was amazing, as it costs $20 per day to rent snorkel gear from the local dive shop (ouch), and you *must* snorkle Tres Palmas - it's fantastic. We probably saved about $80 on snorkel rentals. Shipwreck Bar and grill is right there, with tasty food (watch out for the Sunset Marina cocktail, it sneaks up on you). The house had plenty of beach-towels, and the rooms were nicely laid out far enough away from each-other so if you've got couples there's some privacy. :) I would absolutely stay here again and recommend it to anyone I knew.
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4 night minimum stay
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