My partner and I spent a week at the end of January at Casa Suenos. I should start by saying that Agata and Steve were incredibly accommodating: our flight was cancelled due to the snowstorm on the east coast, and they allowed us to re-schedule by a couple days. The pictures of the house are completely accurate: it's perched near the top of a small mountain facing west, overlooking a lovely horseshoe bay. Sunsets are extraordinary, but, frankly, it's stunning throughout the day. The house is well-maintained and well-equipped. We loved the stereo system with speakers outside since we spent much time by the lovely infinity pool. The house is very close to the tiny village of Islita, and you have access to the restaurants, beach, pools, and services at the Punta Islita hotel. There's a small market in the village but for anything more than the basics, you need to go to Samara which is a bit of a hike. Islita is a couple hours from Liberia--the last forty five minutes of which are on gravel roads. The road up to the house is winding and rough. Four wheel drive is essential! All this contributes to a sense of being very far away--which was a positive thing for us. And once you're seated poolside with pina colada in hand, everything else slips away. The bedroom is attractive and comfortable, with french doors leading to a small balcony. The two other bedrooms are entered from the terrace, not connected internally to the rest of the house, which means maximal privacy, I would think. Kitchen is enormous and well equipped. Wireless is serviceable, not especially fast. Overall, we had a great time and would highly recommend Casa Suenos to others.