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                5 of 5
                Our family just returned home from a wonderful week long stay at the Bali House. The house is larger and more beautiful in person than the photos convey. All 5 of the suites are complete masters with their own decks and ample space. Fernando and the staff clearly love the house and grounds and they took excellent care of us. Tito Borge catering prepared 8 meals for us, and Alejandro and Tito are both excellent chefs. Being able to just relax and stay in our swimming suits for a meal removed all of the stress of meal preparation and cleanup or even going out. When we did go out for a few meals though, it was a great experience. Many excellent restaurants are within walking distance - though after trekking up the steep and slippery street, we realized that its worth a few dollars for cabs in spite of the short distance. The beach is beautiful and is just a short walk on a private sidewalk through the beautiful jungle gardens. We spent most mornings in the ocean and most afternoons in the pool. It rained for a short period every day, but the rain was always pleasant when it arrived, and the house is perfectly suited to enjoy even the occasional heavy thunderstorm. A troop of monkeys arrived like clockwork each morning and again in the evening, and the kids had named each of them by the end of the trip. Truly a 5 star experience. Thanks to Peter and Fernando, and all who made it so great!
                • Submitted: Aug 1, 2016
                • Stayed: Jul 2016

                A+ vacation home near Manual Antonio

                5 of 5
                My extended family of 14 spent a week at Casa Maravilla in July 2016. I have nothing but positive things to say. I’ll start with the house. It is every bit as gorgeous as the photos, and even roomier than I expected. It is very light and airy and very conducive to gathering a large-ish group of people together. The outdoor dining area (covered) was wonderful and we ate there for breakfast and dinner every day. The house is kept in immaculate condition - spotless, all outlets working, furniture clean and new and comfortable, etc. The staff was fantastic. * Sabrina was super-friendly and responsive. She was always on call and responded to our every request with knowledge and humor. We felt very well taken care of. * Ronald was everything the other reviews said - fun to be with and a fantastic chef. Every morning after breakfast was a great experience as we brainstormed what new and amazing thing he would make for dinner (and desert). The menu is 100% customizable and always delicious. And we averaged just $20/day/person, very cost-effective. We enjoyed this setup so much that I doubt we can go back to the old way for future family vacations - we will always hire a chef to shop, cook and clean (things I personally hate and which detract from my vacation enjoyment). * Roger the groundskeeper was very friendly, and clearly maintaining the property is a labor of love. We felt like we were living in the middle of a beautiful botanical garden, complete with butterflies, hummingbirds, iguanas, and of course plenty of (shy) monkeys. The grounds are in perfect condition and Roger is always tinkering away on some new feature, like a stone pathway or new trellises or whatever. * Also Xinia and others labored in the background to keep the house and pool and property spotless and beautiful and safe. Also of note: * The weather in July was surprisingly nice - definitely warm and humid, some rain every day, but also plenty of sun and ofd course the house is air-conditioned. * Sabrina set us up with some fantastic tours - we especially loved the superman zip-line and the canyoneering ones (neither for the faint of heart), and the “off the beaten path”, good for the whole family. WE also enjoyed having a yoga instructor come to give us a lesson. I’m happy to serve as a reference to anyone looking for a little more info - Sabrina can supply my telephone number. Ted Shafer, La Jolla California
                • Submitted: Jul 15, 2016
                • Stayed: Jul 2016

                Pura Vida Indeed!

                5 of 5
                We recently returned from a one week stay at Villa La Fiaca. It is hard to put into words just how incredibly perfect our time at the house was. The house was clean and comfortable, and the grounds have obviously been maintained with loving care. The caretakers, Rosa and Santiago, were just wonderful. They were there to welcome us with fresh coconut water served in coconuts with a straw, and Rosa cooked us a wonderful meal after one of our days out exploring Manuel Antonio National Park. Aldo, the property manager was also an incredible resource to our little group, making us feel welcome and at home. He helped us find activities to do and places to eat, acted as a guide on both of the hikes we went on, and set up two separate zip-line tours for different members of our group. We will definitely be staying in touch with him in hopes of returning soon and having a friend to spend time with. The weather was perfect. Not to hot, not too humid, and with pleasant thundershowers in the evenings that provided great photo opportunities on the beach (which we had almost entirely to ourselves for the entire week). The mosquitoes were quite obnoxious, but with an ample supply of bug spray and citronella candles, we survived. We saw as many wild creatures as we ever could have wished to. Lots of mammals and lizards at Manuel Antonio (though it was quite crowded), and several frogs and other reptilian species seen at Rainmaker. If you go to Rainmaker, it is nice to get in early before the heat of the day, before the crowds arrive. Hike in, take some photos, jump in the waterfall, then return to the main office to see what Perro Vida has on tap and devour a delicious lunch that the ladies will prepare for you if you let them know when you buy your ticket. All in all, an incredible, life-changing experience. We would all do it again in a heart beat. Never have I, in my entire life, felt so saddened to leave a place. Thank you so much for making your home available to those who need to find that little piece of their soul again!
                • Submitted: Jun 24, 2016
                • Stayed: Jun 2016