Dominical House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 half bathroom at pool
40ft Waterfall, 2 rivers surround the property, Huge Mtn. View & Mount Chiripo, Private Pool, & only 15 min to Beach!
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Judith Adams & Bobby Adams
I love the outdoors and traveling! Costa is our go-to country, as the nature is profoundly beautiful, the people are gracious and greet you with an open heart, and the food is delicious and nutritious! Great place, great friends, great food = great memories!!
Judith Adams & Bobby Adams purchased this house in 2009
Why Judith Adams & Bobby Adams chose Dominical
Los Sueños Dorados is high enough to not only be surrounded by gorgeous moutain views, but able to benefit from the cooler mountains Air that descends at night. This property is bordered by a crystal clear river, with a 40 foot waterfall a short walk downstream. It is an incredible piece of nature.
What makes this house unique
The property is at the end of the road! It is private, but not isolated. You can get there in two wheel drive. The river is beautiful and makes a wonderful and relaxing place to be. The mountain views and surrounding nature will nourish your soul. It is a 15 minute drive to the beach for surfing enthusiasts. There is something for everyone!
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had a great time and have decided that the Dominical area is our favorite part of the country. We did so much driving and moving around from place to place but are glad that we were able to see so much. Next year we want to go back and just stay in Dominical and really get to know the area even better.
We hiked up to Nauyaca Falls one day. That was one hard hike. We thought we were going to have to turn back, because we were running out of water. We made it to the half way point where they serve lunch to the horseback riders. We filled our water bottles there and continued to the falls. The water of course was ice cold, but it sure was refreshing. I didn't get hot at all going back down.
We drove up to Manuel Antonio Park one day. We got hustled a little by the tour guides who insisted that we would get lost in the park if we didn't have a guide. They even told us that there were no maps to show us where to go. We hired one for a hundred dollars, but would have been just as happy walking through the park by ourselves. The guide did have a telescope and showed us some "wildlife" mostly spiders, birds, lizards and such.
We spent a couple of days on the beach. The waves are awesome. I just loved swimming in the ocean. I think I would have been a surfer had I had the experience when I was young. I told Kelly I still want to take a surf lesson some day.
Before coming to Dominical, we spent a week at Arenal Lake and drove to La Fortuna one day to see the volcano. Another day we drove to Santa Elena and did the zip lines. That was one of our favorite days except for the grueling drive up and back on the rocky four-wheel drive roads.
We spent three days in Tamarindo. On our way from Tamarindo to your place we stayed at Hotel Vista Pacifico. It is on the road before you actually get to Jaco on top of a high bluff overlooking Jaco and the Pacific. I would highly recommend it to anyone needing to stop in Jaco. We actually stayed there two nights, because as you know we had to drive back to Tamarindo to get our passports. We were able to get back to the same place the next night, just barely.
We both enjoyed the areas at your house the most. We actually never made it down to the river which I regret. We used the pool every night. The stars were awesome. It is so secluded and you feel as though you are right in the jungle, which I guess you are actually. I loved waking up in the morning to the sound of the birds and the never