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Montezuma Sanctuary: Spacious Hill-top Villa w/Spectacular 360-Degree Views

Kati Winnegrad

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Sleeps12
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms2
Property type villa
Minimum Stay 3 - 4 nights

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Montezuma Sanctuary: Spacious Hill-top Villa w/Spectacular 360-Degree Views

Sleeps12
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms2
Property type villa
Minimum Stay 3 - 4 nights

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2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 4 to 12 people

ALL RENTAL INCOME goes directly to support this beautiful 28-Acre Wildlife Sanctuary which entails the safety and preservation of all plants and trees, birds and animals living freely on this lovely estate. This hilltop home is 1 kilometer (less than 1 mile) from Montezuma Beach on a 28 Acre Wildlife Sanctuary bordering the Montezuma River, and less than a 5-minute drive from the center of Montezuma, where one can easily find an abundance of excellent restaurants, grocery- and gift-shopping and night life, not to mention the miles and miles of gorgeous beaches and trails. For those without a car, a 10 minute walk down the driveway gets you to the bus that runs every 2 hours between Montezuma and Cobano.

The fully-furnished home has two huge bedrooms with two bathrooms. Magnificent, 360-degree views of coastline, open sea, mountains and forest. The construction features large, open-air living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom with custom-made wicker furniture. There's a very large front porch with hammocks, Lounge Chairs and Rocking Chairs and table & chairs, with flowering plants all around.

Both bedrooms are octagon-shaped; the upstairs bedroom has a balcony with a 180-degree, walk-around corridor, walk-in closet and private, open-air bathroom with magnificent views, stone floor and built-in garden. This bedroom has one queen-size and one double bed. There are other mattresses available if needed. Some guests choose to put their mattress onto the balcony to sleep under the stars. The downstairs bedroom, has the same magnificent views of the coastline, ocean and mountains. It has a King-size bed (on wheels) with 6 huge drawers, for clothing and/or other storage, plus one single bed. This bedroom has an overhead fan, a built-in-the wall air-conditioner, an extra-large desk for computer, etc., a large-screen television, as well as a stereo sound system with speakers throughout the house. This stereo sound system has AM/FM Radio, double cassette tape and CD Player, with speakers throughout the entire house. There are additional mattresses available that can be used as a comfortable meditation couch or for additional guests.

There is a fully-equipped kitchen with 6-burner stove & oven, full-sized fridge with large freezer. In back of the house is a washing machine with an extra-large sink alongside, and a hot water tank that serves the entire house. There's even an outdoor shower, decorated with a wrought-iron palm tree, where one can shower outside with refreshing, cold water from the river (ideal for cooling off in the heat!) This home and property is truly a nature-lover's paradise!

The land is managed as a 'Wildlife Sanctuary'--so all kinds of birds and animals come and live here in safety away from dogs and hunters. The only sounds up here are those of the birds, all three species of monkeys, and the ocean and river. The animals we live with are: mapache (raccoon), pizotes (coatimundi), sloths, monkeys, porcupine, ant eaters, aracaris (relatives of toucans), all kinds of birds, and an abundance of butterflies, and humming birds.

Just outside the entrance, there is a path down to the famous Montezuma River (approximately 50 meters below). Be sure to bring good rubber-soled, hiking sandals, allowing you to hike down the path with ease and to walk in the river and hop from rock to rock, (flip-flops just won't do for this). This gorgeous river has abundant waterfalls (from small to huge), varying-size swimming holes, howler, spider and white-face monkeys and all kinds of species of birds and animals. One can easily meander down the River to the famous, huge Montezuma waterfalls where all the tourists go (by hiking up from the road down below in town). However, because we're approximately 1 kilometer up the River from where all the tourists congregate, our guests have the river all to themselves up here just below the Villa, and often will spend the entire day with their picnic lunch and a good book.

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Suitability:
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • pets not allowed
  • suitable for elderly or infirm
  • wheelchair accessible
Kati Winnegrad (Owner)
Member since: 2012
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Speaks: english, spanish
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Calendar last updated:
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About Kati Winnegrad

I came to Costa Rica in 1987 for a 2-week vacation and literally couldn't leave! I felt I had come home, even though I couldn't speak a word of Spanish at the time. I ended up in Montezuma, a tiny fishing village 'at the end of the earth' back then, where only 4 people owned cars.

Kati Winnegrad purchased this villa in 1989

Why Kati Winnegrad chose Montezuma

I purchased 11 Hectares of land which are dedicated as a Wildlife Sanctuary. Even though paradise has been discovered as one of the preferred tourist attractions of Costa Rica, the blessing is that those of us who came long ago are predominantly environmentalists.

What makes this villa unique

Montezuma Sanctuary is the perfect spot for people who want to connect with nature. Sitting on a breezy hill inside a 28 acre (11 hectare) private wildlife sanctuary, our views are 360 degrees of forest, mountains and the gorgeous coastline. The famous Montezuma River runs along the side and back of the property, just 50 meters down two different paths. This gorgeous river has abundant waterfalls (small to huge), varying-size swimming holes, howler, white-face and spider monkeys and all species of birds and animals.I invite you to share in this unspoiled jungle paradise, just steps away from the picturesque town of Montezuma and its beautiful beaches.

Warmest Regards,

Kati

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4.8
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Montezuma Sanctuary: Spacious Hill-top Villa w/Spectacular 360-Degree Views
average rating of 4.75 based on 16 reviews
5

Amazing place!

  • 5 of 5

My friends and I spent a wonderful time at this beautiful Villa in Montezuma. The place has amazing views and great common spaces to hang out around the kitchen and living room. The fact that the living room is completely open space (no windows nor doors) makes this living room area fresh because of the winds that come from both the Ocean in the front and the River in the back, plus it allows one to feel in total contact with nature. The Villa has two enormous bedrooms (each one can sleep up to 6 or more people), and two bathrooms, each one with open-air showers and wonderful slate floors.

The upstairs bedroom is a very special space. It has access to a deck overlooking the property where you can sit or sleep out under the stars and watch the sunrise over the ocean in the morning. Sleeping in that room, with all of the windows open, is an experience you will not forget.

The house has everything you need to have a comfortable vacation. The kitchen is well equipped and the furniture is both tasteful and comfortable. This Wildlife Sanctuary Villa is conveniently located less than a mile from the town and beaches of Montezuma (5 minute drive) and far enough to avoid the noise of the bars and restaurants from downtown. If you don’t have a car it is about a 20 minute walk down to town and there are buses that run up and down the hill every 2 hours.

The place does not have a swimming pool, the owner never wished to have a chlorinated pool because she has, instead, the Montezuma River right in the backyard, down a trail where we went swimming. It is a short hike (hilly so take good hiking shoes or sandals, NOT flip flops, and once you get to the River, you have the place all to yourselves, along with all of the birds and the monkeys who are always there.. We spent about three hours just reading and sunbathing, and it was heavenly.

Kati, the owner, and Johnny, the Administrator, will do anything they can to accommodate your needs. Johnny (who lives in the tree house next door) is a great host and helps you with anything you might need.

  • Submitted: Feb 12, 2014
  • Stayed: Nov 2013
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you so very much for the glowing review Andrea. We loved having you here and we are looking forward to your next visit. I want you to know that we are working on getting an "Official" Not-for-Profit Status for this beautiful Sanctuary we have for the animals. Our intention is to become self-sustaining, with all monies being used to maintain salaries and maintenance of the property. Warmest love to you, Andrea!
5

Unique Nature Lover's Retreat

  • 5 of 5

We couldn't have imagined a more magical place to stay in Costa Rica. We were a group of four adults and three five year-olds and this place suited us perfectly. It is spacious and open with hammocks and comfy chairs throughout (lazing in a hammock overlooking the jungle and Nicoya Peninsula was heavenly). The kids kept themselves endlessly busy running around inside and out (and swinging in hammocks) and we never felt cooped up. We had a rule that the kids weren't allowed on the upstairs deck without an adult since there is no railing. This was not a problem at all for us - the kids are old enough to obey the rules and we enjoyed the unobstructed views from that deck (there is also a door to the upstairs that can be kept closed). The kitchen is well equipped (and big - we could all be working without tripping over each other) and we cooked all but three meals over the course of our 8 day stay. Johnny, the caretaker was available but totally unobtrusive. One day we came home to a huge jug of fresh pipa juice in our refrigerator. So refreshing! Kati, the owner, was a phone call away and had lots of suggestions of things to do that would be suitable for our group (with kids). The area is wonderful - beaches, restaurants, Cabo Blanco nature reserve, a local butterfly garden (a hit with the kids) and much more. However, just hanging out, cooking and eating in that tranquil setting was often enough for us.

It was the nature surrounding this astounding place that really blew us away. We had a birding scope set up on the upstairs bedroom deck as well as a few pairs of binoculars. We all had fun identifying parrots, flycatchers, motmots, cuckoos and more. It was astounding. The kids loved seeing the howler monkeys, the iguanas, the interesting insects, reptiles, the coatis, and agoutis. There was a tree frog in our upstairs bathroom for a few days. Beautiful! The views from every vantage point are really stunning. The house is very open, but is surprisingly cool. We used blankets at night, especially in the upstairs bedroom - it got wonderfully breezy. We had been mildly concerned about mosquitoes, but they were a non-issue for us. This house is perfect for people who are interested (and not afraid of) nature, who don't want a cookie-cutter made-for-tourists experience. The house is full of beautiful character and Costa Rican wildlife abounds. This is not the Hyatt-Regency (or whatever). It's a hundred times better.

  • Submitted: Mar 20, 2015
  • Stayed: Mar 2015
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5

Wonderful, Amazing Vacation!

  • 5 of 5

We have just returned from a 2 wk. stay at Montezuma Sanctuary and where do I begin to describe the fabulous vacation we had! There were 4 of us in our group, "sixty-ish" in age. For my husband and me, it was our first trip to Costa Rica. Our main goals were to see lots of wildlife and to experience at least a little of the lifestyle and culture of Costa Rica away from the very touristy places.

Our expectations were definitely surpassed! First of all, the location of the house is perfect. It sits on a hill and has the most wonderful views of the bay and surrounding jungle. The sunrises are incredible. The wildlife surrounding you will gently wake you and you will feel totally one with nature as the sun lights up the sky with gorgeous colors. The house is unique with everything being open to nature, lovely breezes always (we never once thought we should have air conditioning) and all that you need to be comfortable.

Although we did rent a car for a week to travel to Malpais, Ste. Teresa, etc. we're not sure we would bother next time. For the other week, we relied on local transportation, bus and taxi, to go to Cobano, Montezuma, Cabuya, Cabo Blanco Nature reserve, etc. We also walked several times into Montezuma (about a leisurely 30 min. walk). The road is quite steep but good exercise!

We did the walk down to the river by the path that is right beside the house. It wasn't easy for us women in the group (it's very steep and lots of slippery spots, rocks, etc.) but we were able to do it. Once down at the river, you can walk to all the waterfalls.

The beach town of Montezuma has everything you need-- groceries, souvenir boutiques, great restaurants and fabulous beaches. Great for swimming! No jet skis, banana boats or parasailing. It was school vacation and we shared the beach and town with Costa Rican families, young travelers and "older" travelers like us.

As for the wildlife, we saw more monkeys, parrots, butterflies, agouti, coati, iguanas and various insects just while sitting on the porch than I would have imagined! Certainly, many more than at Cabo Blanco.

The owner of the house, Kati, is so helpful and really wants you to have an amazing time. She has a wealth of information about the area and is just a phone call away. Johnny, the administrator, takes care of everything. He doesn't speak English but with our bit of Spanish, we had no problems.

Kati and Johnny, thank you for sharing Montezuma Sanctuary!

  • Submitted: Jan 29, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015
  • Source: HomeAway
5

A great place for nature lovers

  • 5 of 5

The house is really in a great location, the views from the upper floor are wonderful and there is a nice, well-kept garden, a river with some small waterfalls and a forest on the property. There are a lot of animals nearby - we saw capuchin monkeys and howler monkeys on the trees and a couple of coatis like to visit when there is food around. Because the concept of the house is open there might be some insects and other small animals inside but this really isn't a problem. We had a frog living in the toilet bowl for a day or two but this just gives you the feeling of living very close to nature. Although there are no locks (except for one bedroom) we felt very safe and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Very recommended.

  • Submitted: Dec 14, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014
  • Source: HomeAway
5

Straight Out of Fiction

  • 5 of 5

My friends and I stayed here for seven amazing nights in mid-July. The villa is appropriately named. It was definitely a sanctuary from the rigors of everyday life.

Designed and built with great vision, passion and attention to detail. A great example is how it was built to accommodate the natural ventilation of the ocean breeze. There are hammocks, comfortable chairs and rocking chairs EVERYWHERE.

The downstairs has an amazing patio, which was where I fell asleep most nights with a direct view of the ocean. If that isn’t to your liking, there’s also a great deck upstairs. The bedrooms are spacious, and there’s nothing like waking up in the bed upstairs and again, opening your eyes to an ocean view. The kitchen is very well-equipped. There’s also a washing machine which was an incredible luxury to us in the midst of our sweaty travels. If you like music, I’d recommend taking some of your favorite CDs or an auxiliary cable for your Ipod as there’s a good stereo system with speakers wired throughout the villa. I can’t speak to the condition of the downstairs shower, as all four of us stuck exclusively to the upstairs bathroom because again, it offers an ocean view while you wash your hair or do your business! Let’s just say I took some of the better showers (and business-doings) of my life there.

Kati, who owns the villa, was always just a phone call away if we had any questions and was always incredibly helpful. Johnny, the administrator who lives in the tree house next to the villa, does a great job of making you feel at home and keeping the place in pristine condition.

It’s about a ten-minute hike down to the waterfall. I’d recommend not wearing flip-flops, but definitely recommend going down there. Very secluded, tranquil and beautiful. Twice on our walk to the main road where you can catch the bus we saw monkeys getting their daily fruit intake at the mango trees. Watch out for Terrance! The Costa Rican raccoon (Coati) who means you no harm but is fond of weaseling in at 5 a.m. and rifling through the trashcan. I caught him in the act once and shoed him away without any problems.

As a writer, I’d describe it as a place straight out of a great piece of fiction. The kind of place I hope I get back to at least once. I don’t handout a lot of five-star reviews, but this one makes the cut.

  • Submitted: Sep 24, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014
  • Source: HomeAway
4

Beautiful, unique property in a perfect location.

  • 4 of 5

Absolutely loved our stay. House is very open and so the outdoors feels as if it inside. Property is beautiful and situated to provide great ocean views. Lots of wildlife can be seen. On our last morning, we had not seen the monkeys, but had heard them during our entire stay. Finally, as we were packing, they came into sight. It was very cool and we got lots of photos. The house is really 5 minutes from Montezuma but feels as if it was worlds away. The on-site caretaker, Jhonny, was very helpful in getting us settled. The owner, Kati, offers great suggestions on thing to do in the area. if you are planning to stay in Montezuma, this is a great place to stay as the town is very close without feeling as if it is. I look forward to returning someday.

  • Submitted: Apr 26, 2014
  • Stayed: Apr 2014
  • Source: HomeAway

Map

Nearest Airport
100 Miles
Juan Santamaria International
Nearest Ferry
22 Miles
Paquera
Nearest Beach
1 Kilometres
Playa Montezuma
Car: recommended

Wildlife sanctuary is less than 1 mile from downtown Montezuma. Some of the species you'll find:

- 232 species of birds. The most common species are motmots, white-fronted amazons, laughing hawks, woodpeckers and herons. Scarlet macaws have successfully been reintroduced in the area and can sometimes be seen in the morning or in the late afternoon.

- Among the mammals are rare species such as ocelots, pumas, margay cats, collared peccari, coyote, anteaters, and otters. Those we see on an-almost-daily basis are pizottis (coatamundis) and guatuzos, and the easiest to spot are howler and capuchin monkeys.

As far as Montezuma, this is what the San Diego Reader had to say in a recent article (Oct. 14, 2010):

'You know the place you daydream of escaping to on one of those hectic days at the office? This is it. Turn off your cell phone, unplug your laptop. Things move to a different rhythm here. Surf or hike the endless miles of pristine, largely uninhabited beaches. Explore the tide pools in the natural beach reserve. Go whitewater rafting. Play the guitar. Write that novel that’s been lingering in your soul. Create art. Make love. Listen to the pounding surf. Do absolutely nothing. Feel the stress ooze from the pores of your skin. Pressures? Worries? They drift away with the breeze and the surf in Montezuma.

Montezuma, Costa Rica, on the southern Pacific tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, was a tiny fishing village – an isolated, nearly uninhabited paradise – until the 1980s, when it was “discovered” by international travelers. It quickly gained popularity with artists, bohemians, hippies, surfers and dropouts who flocked here to get away from it all. Despite this influx, Montezuma has retained its village atmosphere. Italian immigrants opened several pizzerias and perhaps the best restaurant in town, The Playa de las Artistes, decorated with a plethora of local artworks at its magnificent beachside location.

NOTES FROM OTHER MONTEZUMA VISITORS:

I first heard about Montezuma on the PBS series Globe Trekker. Particularly memorable was the interview with the guy who lived off the land, boasting that for one year he only spent money on tomatoes and postage home. He said he watched the monkeys and ate what they ate. I knew I had to go there.

Each morning in Montezuma, I wandered along the beach from my hotel to the dusty main road five minutes away and our café overlooking the beach. We took our good sweet time lingering over breakfast and other meals. The capuchin monkeys are everywhere and entertaining to watch. At certain eating spots, they’re brazen enough to steal your food if you leave it unattended for a few minutes.

On my last night in Montezuma, I looked up at the night sky and saw a brilliant moon and an unusual cloud formation. I grabbed my camera and took a picture of what appeared to be a sleeping Albert Einstein, resting his chin on the moon. Goodbye, Montezuma. You’ll remain in my dreams.'

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Rates & Availability

From $120 Per night

Montezuma Villa Rental Rates

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Low Season
Apr 21 2015 - Nov 15 2015
3 night minimum stay
$120
 
Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $20 per night, per additional guest
 
High Season 2
Nov 16 2015 - Dec 18 2015
4 night minimum stay
$160
 
Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $25 per night, per additional guest
 
Christmas
Dec 19 2015 - Jan 4 2016
4 night minimum stay
$175
 
Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $25 per night, per additional guest
 
High Season
Jan 5 2016 - Apr 20 2016
4 night minimum stay
$160
 
Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $25 per night, per additional guest

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Montezuma Villa Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • villa
Meals:
  • Guests provide their own meals
Floor Area:
  • 1500 sq. ft.
Location Type:
  • Mountain View ...
  • Ocean View ...
  • River ...
  • Village ...
Theme:
  • Adventure
  • Away From It All
  • Budget
  • Family
  • Romantic
General:
  • Air Conditioning ...
  • Internet ...
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room ...
  • Parking
  • Telephone ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Washing Machine
Kitchen:
  • Blender
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Oven ...
  • Pantry Items ...
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove ...
  • Toaster ...
Dining:
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 12 people
Bathrooms:
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Villa Bathroom 1 (upstairs) - toilet , shower , Shower is under the roof w/side OPEN to View Ocean & Trees
    Villa Bathroom 2 (downstairs) - toilet , shower , outdoor shower , Shower Curtain can open completely to Ocean and Garden Views
  • Both bathrooms have slate floors and have a private, outdoor section to shower, alongside nature, and under the stars! The Upstairs Bathroom toilet-seat, we call 'The Best Seat in the House' because looking straight forward you see the Ocean (to the side of the house) & looking to the left, you see the Mountains and the Ocean to the front of the house. The Upstairs Shower has a chest-high wall to the outside, so one feels they are showing completely in the great outdoors. Even with the downstairs' shower, one can open the shower curtain all the way to be looking out at the garden; but not nearly as dramatic as the upstairs shower. For this reason, most all of our guests take their showers upstairs, even if staying in the downstairs bedroom. In addition to the 2 showers, we also have a TOTALLY-OUTDOOR SHOWER (decorated by a wrought-iron palm tree), with cool fresh water from the River!!! So you can shower in the sun in the day or under the stars in the night.....it's magical!!!
Bedrooms:
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 12
  • Villa Bedroom 2 (downstairs) - 1 king , 2 twin/ single , AC
    Villa Bedroom 1 (upstairs) - 1 queen , 1 double , Beautiful wooden, wrap-around deck~ front to back w/hammocks
Entertainment:
  • Books
  • DVD Player ...
  • Music Library
  • Stereo ...
  • Television
Outside:
  • Balcony
  • Deck / Patio
  • Lawn / Garden ...
  • Terrace
Suitability:
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • pets not allowed
  • suitable for elderly or infirm
  • wheelchair accessible
Attractions:
  • botanical garden
  • cinemas
  • festivals
  • forests
  • library
  • nude beach
  • playground
  • pond
  • rain forests
  • reefs
  • restaurants
  • waterfalls
Leisure Activities:
  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • eco tourism
  • horseback riding
  • photography
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • Babysitter
  • fitness center
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • laundromat
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • deepsea fishing
  • fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • scuba diving or snorkeling
  • snorkeling
  • surfing
  • swimming
  • tennis
Notes:
The owner chose NOT to create a chlorinated pool because the Montezuma River is right below the home, offering a wide variety of small to huge NATURAL-WATER swimming pools and an equal number of small to HUGE waterfalls as well. NOTE: It's HOT at the beaches in Costa Rica & the feature that our guests love most is that our home is open to the outdoors, allowing the breezes to pass through. So if you’re coming from a hermetically-sealed home, please be aware that flying insects will be present, none of which will harm you. So if flying critters are any sort of an issue, then you would prefer our downstairs bedroom, as it is the only room that completely closes off to the outdoors. All of our guests have preferred the upstairs bedroom, as they are completely in contact with the outdoors. The windows CAN be closed but our guests always choose to leave them open, allowing the breezes from the Ocean, or the River to cool the room. There's a mosquito net for over the bed if desired.

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