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A Little Biological Jewel by the Sea

Germán Llano or Clara Fernandez

Member since: 2014
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Speaks: english, spanish, Spanglish
Sleeps8
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms4
Property type villa
Minimum Stay 3 - 7 nights

Germán Llano or Clara Fernandez

Member since: 2014
Speaks: english, spanish, Spanglish
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Calendar last updated:
March 28, 2015
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A Little Biological Jewel by the Sea

Sleeps8
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms4
Property type villa
Minimum Stay 3 - 7 nights

Overview

Drake Bay Villa Rental Photos and Description

A Place for Serious Relaxation or Adventure surrounded by beauty

Casa Nirvanita is the main home of Nirvanita de Osa, our family's little Biological Jewel for the last 33 years, located in front of beach in the last cove to the Southwest of Drake Bay, in the Southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica.

Nirvanita de Osa is a beautiful 23 Hectare property, which enjoys 440 Mts of oceanfront, 4 clear streams that flow from the farm to the sea year around.(3 are born in the property)

There are about 3 Hectares of various fruit trees including Mango, Rambutan, Starfruit, Mamey, Colombian Zapote, 2 types of breadfruit, Malaysian Water apple, Araza, Fruta milagrosa, 3 types of bananas, Oranges, Cashews, 5 types of cooconuts; gardens, and other crops; about 3 Hectares of 50 year old secondary rainforest; and the rest is composed of some of the Osa Peninsula's famous Primary rainforest (reputed to be one of the world's tallest) which is connected to Corcovado National Park a few miles away.

The house which is about 410 M2; was designed by us and our architect to provide a simple, ample, open, luxurious shelter, that blends with the beautiful surroundings, and works well with the ocean, surrounding trees, and streams to stay cool and comfortable.

It has a natural Air conditioning system by roof water mist cooling which we rarely use, as the house stays cool from the ocean breezes that flow thru it and the huge trees that surround and shade it.

It is a unique beach front home located 70 Mts from the sand at Las Caletas Beach, and conveniently located to all the other beaches, islands, parks, and all other adventures available in Drake Bay, and Bahia Ballena.

The house has 3 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and has very beautiful ocean or forest views from every place of the home.

It has been powered by a combination of Micro-Hydro and Solar for many years, but it was recently connected to the grid for back-up and energy storage.

Our house is open, with only half walls (which can be shuttered) and no screens (although all the beds have quality net canopies which we rarely have to use). All in all, our house is very much a part of the natural surroundings.

Nature lovers adore our house, but if you are not comfortable with the great outdoors, this is probably not the vacation spot for you!

It is a place to disconnect, (There is cel phone and 3g internet but it is available 70-90% of the time and sometimes slooow),

Casa Nirvanita is a place to Practice or train in some Serious Hammockology, relax, unwind, and enjoy the peace, natural beauty, and serenity.

There are a couple of Kayaks for your enjoyment. (1 single, 1 double)

It is easy for us or you to arrange: Horseback riding, Canopy and Zip line thru the forest, night forest walks, Boats and guides to take you Whale and dolphin watching, to Corcovado or Isla del Caño National Parks, sports fishing, or any of the other fun and adventure activities available in the area.

The Osa Peninsula has been called by some botanists the 'Galapagos of Mesoamerica' due to its great diversity in plant and animal species. The Osa most probably has many more secrets to reveal about its flora and fauna, since only about 75% of the species believed to exist here have been recorded.

With its unique climate, unlike that of any other area for hundreds of miles in any direction, The Osa harbors up to 500 different species of trees of which at least 4 species only exist in the Osa peninsula making it very important to keep the forest intact.

The Osa Peninsula has the single largest expanse of a lowland tropical rainforest in the Pacific coast of Central America and is reputed to have one of the tallest tropical rain forests in the world.

The Osa Peninsula is one of the most biologically diverse places on earth. The home of over, 375 species of birds (including several endemic species), It has the largest population of Scarlet Macaws in Central America, 117 species of reptiles, and over 10,000 species of insects.

Flocks of macaws, toucans, parrots, monkeys of four different types, coatis, kinkajous, agoutis, and sloths can be seen often.

Peccaries, and from time to time even jungle cats (like pumas, jaguarundis, ocelots and very rarely jaguars) can be spotted by the careful observer.

Drake Bay

Drake Bay (Bahia Drake) lies on the northern end of the Osa Peninsula in the Puntarenas province. Probably one of the most well known destinations in the region, the tiny town of Agujitas in the bay was actually one of the most in-accessible places in the entire country for many years but that has changed recently.

There is a small airport in the bay with several daily flights from San Jose, and Puerto Jimenez.

Several daily public boats now make the beautiful 90 minute trip from Sierpe in the morning about 11 Am, and 1 about 3PM.

The road access from the Golfo Dulce is long but beautiful, and passable year around.

You can take a day trip to Drake Bay, but at least 2-7 days are recommended.

After being 'discovered' by Sir Francis Drake in 1579 during his circumnavigation of the globe, Drake Bay has now become the gateway to Isla del Caño island and Corcovado National Park.

There are plenty of outdoor activities in the area including ocean kayaking, river canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, surfing, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, and zip lines. Bird watching and photography are also very popular around the bay and beaches. Caño island offers some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving in all of Costa Rica.

Nirvanita de Osa is probably the most beautiful and most private beachfront property in Drake Bay.

Marino Ballena National Park is named after the Humpback Whales that migrate here each year to mate and calve their young in the warm waters, before returning to frigid waters to the north or south. This species of Whale is called a Humpback for the way they arch their backs on the surface before diving down.

Whales from the southern hemisphere are here from August to October, and whales from the northern hemisphere come later and remain longer from December to April.

The song of the Humpback Whale is a very unique phenomenon in nature. The male emits a melody of series of unique sounds that resemble musical instruments. The male may sing for close to 15 minutes, and when his song is complete, he usually repeats the song almost exactly the same for sometimes up to an hour. These marvelous songs will travel through the ocean for up to several kilometers, so this fascinating behavior may be heard while swimming, snorkeling, or diving in around Marino Ballena National Park, Corcovado National Park, and Drake Bay.

During this two separate Costa Rica Whale watching seasons each year, you may see and interact with some of the various beautiful Whales and Dolphins that migrate to the warm waters around Drake Bay to calve their young. Many of the Humpback whales in the world are conceived or are born in the waters of the Osa Peninsula.

Whale sightings are common in the waters of the Osa Region to Puerto Jimenez in the southern part of the peninsula. The peak Whale observation months are January thru April, followed closely by July thru October. Nutrient rich and warm Osa Peninsula waters also draw Sperm whales, Pilot whales, Bryde whales, Killer whales, and False killer whales.

Large Dolphin schools with many species can be seen at play in the waters of the park, Drake Bay, the Golfo Dulce, and the near by continental shelf.

Corcovado National Park:

FORBES MAGAZINE HAS NAMED CORCOVADO NATIONAL PARK AS ONE OF THE 'TOP 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL PARKS IN THE WORLD'

The 41,000 hectare Corcovado National Park is known as the crown jewel of the Costa Rican national parks system. It protects 13 major eco-system habitats including a montane forest, which covers mo than half the park, a cloud forest, located in the highest region, richly populated by oak trees and tree ferns, swamp forests, flooded practically all year round, a yolillo forest, predominated by palms, a mangrove swamp, located on the estuaries of the Corcovado, Llorona, and Sirena Rivers, and a freshwater herbaceous swamp. The park lands are home to some 500 species of trees, an amount equivalent to a quarter of all the tree species in Costa Rica. Corcovado National Park contains approximately 140 species of mammals, an estimated 375 species of birds, 117 amphibian and reptile species, 40 types of freshwater fish, and it is estimated that there are some 6,000 types of insects. All four Costa Rican monkey species can be seen within the park, including the endangered squirrel monkey, white faced capuchin, mantled howler, and spider monkey. Other mammals include two and three-toed sloth, northern tamandua, the silky anteater, agoutis, tayras, and coatimundi. There is a large variety of bird species with trogons, tiger herons, guans, hawks, tanagers, parrots, toucans and two distinct macaw species. All four of the sea turtle species that nest in Costa Rica visit the beaches of Corcovado as well. Over 40 species of frogs including red-eyed tree, rain, glass, dink, and poison dart varieties, dozens of snakes including a variety of boas and the bushmaster, 28 species of lizards, and more than 100 species of butterflies call the Osa Peninsula home.

(By the way: We are also looking for possible partners, financing, or investors to carefully develop the property in case you might be interested.)

More Details
Suitability:
  • Events Allowed
  • children welcome
  • pets not allowed
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Germán Llano or Clara Fernandez (Owner)
Member since: 2014
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Speaks: english, spanish, Spanglish
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Response rate:
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Calendar last updated:
March 28, 2015

About Germán Llano or Clara Fernandez

I grew up in Colombia for my first 15 years, part of a very happy family of dream chasers and enterpreneurs.

Our family moved to California in 1965, when I was 15 to pursue our North American dreams. In 1973 I went back to Colombia to visit family, and looked up Clara my girlfriend in my teen years (and my better half since).

2 months later we were in Panama with 2 backpacks and $200 for our hitchhicking honeymoon to California.

When we went thru Costa Rica we observed, that it had most of the good things of Colombia, without most of its bad things, and decided we would come back here when it was time to raise children.

After lots of hard work and wonderful adventures that took us thru much of the US, Europe and Northern Africa, we came back 6 years later, and travelled almost all of Costa Rica's coasts until we found this little jewel and named it Nirvanita de Osa.

We have been blessed to enjoy and take care of her until now, and we have loved to share it with our friends and family.

Germán Llano or Clara Fernandez purchased this villa in 1981

Why Germán Llano or Clara Fernandez chose Drake Bay

Nothing like it in many, many, miles around.

What makes this villa unique

A very unique combination of Some of the worlds most diverse and pristine Tropical Rain Forest, and the Southern Pacific Ocean. 2 Whale watching seasons

Natural Beauty and more natural beauty, Peace and Quiet, Appropiate Tecnology, Rustic Luxury and Free Hammockology Lessons.

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Bathrooms4
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Reviews

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A Little Biological Jewel by the Sea
average rating of 5.0 based on 5 reviews
5

Amazing Home

  • 5 of 5

I spent 4 days here with my family and having traveled through much of Costa Rica, wanted to show them the Osa Penninsula. This home is truly one of a kind and the owners German and Clara were very helpful. The Home has an open floor plan that really makes you feel like you are in the jungle. You might think that this would be bad becasue of the bugs, but no one in our party had any problems as the insects are almost nonexistent. The House is built beautifuly out of hardwoods, most of which were harvested from the property itself. The house is not easy to get to, but i think that also speaks for the seclusion of the area. We went on a snorkeling tour through Pirate Cove, a local hotel, which was absolutely amazing. We also went on a Tour of Corcovado National Park, which was an amazing experience to see the natural rainforests of the Osa Penninsula. We were able to fish right from the beach, and were even lucky enough to have the property caretaker Regulo who was super nice and helpful. I would definitely reccomend this home for couple or family vacations and hope to return myself someday.

  • Submitted: Apr 8, 2015
  • Stayed: Mar 2015
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Leawood, Kansas
5

Nirvanita, Almost Part of the Jungle (and great for study of "hammockology"

  • 5 of 5

Echoing previous reviews, this house is exceptional in almost every way. It's incredible open style construction makes it look and feel a part of the terrain, bringing nature right into the living spaces, but adding all the conveniences one needs for comfort. German and Clara radiate their love of the locale and lifestyle, regaling us with the history of this unique dwelling built over the years of local lumber, stone and block, which includes a "moat" & indoor water feature (which they thoughtfully drained prior to our arrival, thinking of safety for our 3 yr. old grandson). The nearly private beach is beautiful and includes a wonderful tide-pool for snorkeling and swimming. Our grandchildren wanted to live on the beach, and our adult children enjoyed their time on the trails through the jungle, looking for Osa's unique flora and fauna. Certainly we heard many of the creatures during the evenings, always challenged to identify and get a visual the next morning! Amazing how no one missed the television or their "techno-gadgets." We were always too busy and then too tired. High quality beds with excellent mosquito netting rendered any insects harmless and the selection of 5 different hammocks provided ample options for siesta's for the 'older' generation. Regulo, Lucia, and others we met during our stay are super people always ready to befriend a traveler or offer assistance. German and Clara are intriguing people, wonderful hosts and consistently helpful. Better than travel agents, they arranged with local folks for our transportation, tours and entertainment quickly, efficiently, and with obvious care. Be sure to take advantage of German's offer to "stock the pantry" prior to your arrival. It seems such a simple thing, but when you're arriving by boat, not having to "haul the groceries" is worth so much more than the small fee delivery fee his friends charge. For tranquility, or for hard charging adventure, you cannot go wrong with this property and these fine people.

  • Submitted: Mar 4, 2015
  • Stayed: Feb 2015
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
5

Magnificent house with the best of both jungle and beach

  • 5 of 5

We don't like crowded tourist spots, and we wanted both beach and jungle, so we couldn't have found a better rental for us.

We flew Sansa from San Jose to Drake Bay. German arranged for a taxi from the airport to the water, where we were picked up by water taxi and dropped off at the beach in front of the house.

The whole first floor is very open to the outdoors without even half walls. We had the occasional hummingbird or dragonfly zoom through, which we loved. It truly brought nature indoors (with very few insects).

The upstairs has three bedrooms, each with a full bath. There are half walls to prevent walking over the edge. The views were amazing. From the master bedroom, we could see the beach. We could also see the trees in front of the beach where the macaws and monkeys hang out. There were trees near the window attracting all sorts of birds. Needless to say, we couldn't have been happier with the accommodations.

German also arranged to have food delivered to the house before our arrival. We stopped in town on the way in to pick up a few more things we wanted to choose ourselves. This worked very well. Since I'm married to a chef, we chose to prepare our own meals during the trip. The kitchen had everything we needed.

The beach has no strong rip tides, just fun waves and very warm, comfortable, clear water to swim in. They provided chairs for us to use and also kayaks to play with.

German arranged for us to snorkel at Cano, which was a beautiful boat ride and day of snorkeling. Daniel was our guide, and he was excellent. We did a night walk in the jungle near the property with Lucia, a neighbor who is a biologist. This was well worth every penny. Whether we asked about an animal we saw or a crazy looking bug, she was able to identify and tell us about it. German arranged for a local fisherman to take us out fishing one afternoon. This was NOT sport fishing (1/10th the price), but, it was fishing as the locals fish. I caught one fish for dinner. We walked the coastal trail to town and back once. Our last tour was to Sirena Station in Corcovado National Park. This was a spectacular coastal boat ride and a can't miss guided tour. We saw many animals that day. My personal favorite was the anteater climbing a tree. The coati chasing buzzards on the beach was a close second.

We were sad to go after only five days, but we plan on returning to this lovely home again and again. Now that we know the area better, we'll bring friends or family next time.

  • Submitted: Feb 8, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Hello Sara: Thank you for your kind review and also for sharing your info on the latestgadgets and equipment for adventure travelling. We had a great timehosting you 2 and hope you are back soon with other family members and friends Saludos German y Clara
5

Amazing property just steps from the beach

  • 5 of 5

When we booked this vacation home we wanted a secluded property in the jungle close to the beach. The only way to the house is by water taxi so when we backed up to the beach and dropped off all your expectations were fullfilled. This open air home has no windows or doors so you are living in the jungle so you experience all the sounds of the jungle and ocean. The temperture was perfect so there was no need for A/C. We did encounter a few jungle insects but nothing that was too bothersome. We did not sleep with the mosiquto nets but our freinds did. Our hosts assist us with our travel plans, groceries, activities and even cooked evening meals for us. While we were there we walked to a few other properties to check out the ammenities but felt we found the best value and the best experience. Our only regret is that we only spent 4 nights at this amazing spot.

  • Submitted: Jan 27, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
5

Beautiful secluded beach/jungle property

  • 5 of 5

What an incredible getaway home!

German and Clara were great hosts. We flew in from San Jose on Nature Air and German arranged everything for us from that point. We had a taxi from the airport and water taxi from shore to get to the property. German had arranged to have groceries picked up for us and arranged to have one meal a day prepared for us. They did a fantastic job. They arranged all daily excursions for us and we visited the National Park via water taxi, scuba dived at Cano Island and hiked to the park from the property. We saw lots of wildlife near the property and had monkeys, macaws and lizards around us.

We did a night tour through the jungle with one of German and Clara's neighbors who is a biologist, we snorkeled every day in the bay and near the river. We had some great hikes down the beach to the river.

Drake Bay is unbelievable and this property was incredible. What a beautiful part of the world their home is located in. Would do this vacation again and would definitely recommend this property to family and friends.

  • Submitted: Jan 27, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you very much Bret for your great review. We enjoyed hosting all of you in our little slice of paradise, and are very glad that everything worked out well. We look forward to you and your friens and family coming back. Take care German and Clara

Map

Nearest Airport
7 Miles
Drake Bay
Nearest Barpub
0.75 Miles
Drake Bay Tent Camp; or Copa de Arbol Lodge
Nearest Motorway
5 Miles
Drake Bay at town of Agujitas road to Pan America
Nearest Restaurant
0.75 Miles
Drake Bay Tent Camp; or Copa de Arbol Lodge
Nearest Beach
0.05 Miles
In front of the house
Car: not necessary

Casa Nirvanita is the main home of Nirvanita de Osa, our family's little Biological Jewel for the last 35 years, located in front of beach in the last cove to the Southwest of Drake Bay, in the Southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica.

Nirvanita de Osa (the farm) is a beautiful 23 Hectare property, which enjoys 440 Mts of oceanfront, 4 clear streams that flow from the farm to the sea year around.(3 are born in the property)

There are about 3 Hectares of various fruit trees including Mango, Rambutan, Starfruit, Mamey, Colombian Zapote, 2 types of breadfruit, Malaysian Water apple, Moringa, gardens, and other crops; about 3 Hectares of 50 year old secondary rainforest; and the rest is composed of some of the Osa Peninsula's famous Primary rainforest (reputed to be one of the world's tallest) which is connected to Corcovado National Park a few miles away.

The house which is about 410 M2, (4400 sq ft) was designed by us and our architect to provide a simple, ample, open, luxurious shelter, that blends with the beautiful surroundings, and works well with the ocean, surrounding trees, and streams to stay cool and comfortable.

It has a natural Air conditioning system by roof water cooling which we rarely use, as the house stays cool from the ocean breezes that flow thru it and the large trees that surround and shade it.

It is a beautiful beach front home located 70 Mts from the sand at Las Caletas Beach conveniently located to all the other beaches, islands, parks and other adventures available in beautiful Drake Bay, and Bahia Ballena.

The house has 3 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and has beautiful ocean or forest views from every place of the home.

It has been powered by a combination of Micro-Hydro and Solar for many years, but it was recently connected to the grid for back-up and energy storage.

Our house is open, with only half walls (which can be shuttered) and no screens (although all the beds have quality net canopies which we rarely have to use). All in all, our house is very much a part of the natural surroundings. Nature lovers adore our house, but if you are not comfortable with the great outdoors, this is probably not the vacation spot for you!

It is a place to disconnect, (There is cel phone and 3g internet but it is available 70-90% of the time and sometimes slooow),

A place to Practice or train in some Serious Hammockology, relax, unwind, and enjoy the peace, natural beauty, and serenity.

There are a couple of Kayaks(1 single, 1 double) for your enjoyment.

To get to Drake Bay via air:

You might want to fly from SJO to Palmar Sur via Nature air http://www.natureair.com/ ; or Sansa www.flysansa.com/ and then take a 15 min collective (about $6/pax) or private taxi (about $20 up to 4 pax) to the town of Sierpe where you can take a taxi boat (several leave daily at 11:30 am, and 1 at 3p.m, $15- $20/pax); or hire a private boat (anytime, about $160-$200 up to 10 pax) to Drake bay which is a very beautiful 45 min or so journey thru the largest mangrove in the Pacific coast of Central America , and then about 30 min across the bay to Casa Nirvanita.

You could also fly direct to Drake bay in either of these airlines, and then take a 15 minute taxi to the town of Agujitas (about $7/pax), and then a 10 min taxi boat to Casa Nirvanita (About $60 up to 8 pax).

You could fly in one way and go out the other way.

You can also rent a car at SJO and then drive thru the beautiful coastal Hwy to Sierpe ( about 4-6 hrs.), and then store the car there during your visit to Drake Bay.

The boats from Sierpe or Agujitas can drop you off right in front of the house (50 mts) 80% of the time; If the waves are a bit high they will drop you off at the end of the cove 300 mts away, where we or our caretaker will meet you. It is an easy beautiful walk.

It is easy to arrange: Horseback riding, Canopy and Zip line thru the forest, night forest walks, Boats and guides to take you Whale and dolphin watching, to Corcovado or Isla del Cano National Parks, World class sports fishing, or any of the other fun and adventure activities available in the area.

The Osa Peninsula has been called by some botanists the 'Galapagos of Mesoamerica' due to its great diversity in plant and animal species. The Osa most probably has many more secrets to reveal about its flora and fauna, since only about 75% of the species believed to exist here have been recorded.

With its unique climate, unlike that of any other area for hundreds of miles in any direction, The Osa harbors up to 500 different species of trees of which at least 4 species only exist in the Osa peninsula making it very important to keep the forest intact.

The Osa Peninsula has the single largest expanse of a lowland tropical rainforest in the Pacific coast of Central America and is reputed to be one of the tallest rainforests in the world.

The Osa Peninsula was called by Nat Geo 'One of the most biologically diverse places on earth'. It is home of over, 375 species of birds

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Rates & Availability

From $320 Per night

Drake Bay Villa Rental Rates

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Christmas & New Years
Dec 18 2015 - Jan 8 2016
7 night minimum stay
$3,000
 
Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $77 per night, per additional guest
 
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
$320
From
$368
Fri,Sat,Sun
$1,920
 
Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $77 per night, per additional guest

Additional information about rental rates

Property Damage Protection $99
Cleaning Fee $100
Notes Check in: From 1 PM Check out : 6 AM to 10 AM

“We can be flexible with check-in/check-out times when arrangements have been made in writing with us PRIOR to your arrival date.”

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Amenities

Drake Bay Villa Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • villa
Meals:
  • Guests provide their own meals
Floor Area:
  • 4400 sq. ft.
Location Type:
  • Beachfront ...
  • Ocean View ...
  • Oceanfront ...
  • Waterfront ...
Theme:
  • Adventure
  • Away From It All
  • Family
  • Romantic
  • Sports & Activities
  • Tourist Attractions
General:
  • Clothes Dryer ...
  • Fireplace
  • Fitness Room / Equipment ...
  • Internet ...
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room ...
  • Telephone ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Washing Machine ...
  • Wood Stove
Kitchen:
  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave ...
  • Oven
  • Pantry Items ...
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Stove ...
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 6 people
Bathrooms:
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Downstairs Bathroom - toilet , shower , Ample, with lots of natural light and views
    Master bedroom Bathroom and Tub - toilet , combination tub/shower , Ample, Lots of light, beautiful views
    Guest bedroom 2 bathroom - toilet , shower , Ample, Lots of light, beautiful views
    Guest Bedroom 1 Bathroom - toilet , shower , Ample, bright, views, extra cot (large)
  • Spacious, clean, all with ocean or forest views.
Bedrooms:
  • 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • Master Bedroom - 1 king , Orthopedic matress, Shower-Tub, beautiful views everywhere
    Guest bedroom 1 - 1 queen , Orthopedic matress, ample shower. Nice views, 1 large cot
    Guest Bedroom 2 - 1 queen , Orthopedic matress, nice shower. views, large size cot
  • Lots of light and breezes that can flow thru the louvered balcones. Have 2 folding camping type beds that can be used in any of the bedrooms
Entertainment:
  • Books ...
  • Music Library ...
  • Stereo ...
  • Television ...
Outside:
  • Balcony
  • Boat ...
  • Kayak / Canoe ...
  • Lawn / Garden ...
Suitability:
  • Events Allowed
  • children welcome ...
  • pets not allowed
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Pool / Spa:
  • Hot Tub ...
Onsite Services:
  • Massage
Leisure Activities:
  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • boating
  • eco tourism
  • horseback riding
  • paddle boating
  • sight seeing
  • walking
  • whale watching
  • wildlife viewing
Local Services & Businesses:
  • groceries
  • laundromat
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • deepsea fishing
  • equestrian events
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • hiking
  • kayaking
  • mountain climbing
  • sailing
  • scuba diving or snorkeling
  • snorkeling
  • snorkeling/diving
  • surfing
  • swimming
Notes:
Basic ingredients ( sugar, salt, spices and condiments, ect.) are complimentary and are always on stock at Casa Nirvanita. Even though we fortunately have not had any theft incidents in the 35 years we have owned the farm, we have installed a Hotel type room safe for your convienience. We can provide a list of Basic Staples available at the Sierpe SuperMarket, which we can have ready for you in the pantry, or Refrigerator at cost + the cost of the taxi-boat to deliver (About $20 for up to 100 lbs).

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