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    Wonderful! 4.8/5
    (10 reviews)
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        Recent Bayamon Reviews

        Bella vista from a charming mountaintop chateau

        5 of 5
        Our first impression was to be awestruck by the amazing view of the lights of Bayamon and Guaynabo below (and in the daytime, all the way to the ocean beyond) - all beheld from our own castle-like fortress at the top of the mountain. And this was after an amazing nighttime drive up very winding one lane roads, and added to the cultural wonder of our first trip to Puerto Rico. We chose this property rather than hotels because we wanted to spend time all together under one roof. There is plenty of space to spread out and enjoy -- from sipping coffee on the patio enjoying the breathtaking view below, to playing cards to gathering for meals (and a lovely customized gazebo for bbqs). You definitely need Pablo, the wonderful caretaker to escort you up the mountain - no gps would have found it - but sooo worth it. Pros - Mireya has thought of everything in the home for cooking needs indoors and out (BBQ). Loved the nightime noise of the coquis (PR's tiny frogs) and were delighted to have some right outside the sliding door chirping from planters; even little green iguanas that visited each day and a few larger lizards were spotted among the dozens of plantings - from coconut palms to birds of paradise. It was hard to take it all in, in just a week and fit in touristy destinations as well. One of my personal highlights was going to pick people up at the airport in the wee small hours and encountering a goat just sitting and eating in the middle of the road! Cons - traveling the winding roads was a struggle for those who are affected by travel sickness/nausea; no oven (but Mireya compensated us for the lasagna we bought at Costco and couldn't cook; she also suggested BBQing outdoors); beds were small for some of our taller guys, but she provided a large inflatable mattress as an alternative; one the rooms is located on the property, under the garage and is in essence a separate apartment. Best of all, if you have needs, direct them to Pablo or Mireya and they will resolve them - very responsive and positive. You can tell they wanted us to love La Finquita and with their help, we totally did and will again! Tips - Do visit a local BBQ place on your way up the mountain and bring home some chicken and ribs and sides to enjoy local flavor. There is no wifi at the house, but since I needed to communicate with work - Pablo/Mireya set me up with Isla Bella on the way and they shared wifi password with me. I enjoy their wonderful coffee, pastries, and sandwiches.
        • Submitted: Sep 18, 2016
        • Stayed: Aug 2016