Lovely three bedroom, three bath house with a lovely landscaped yard full of tropical plantsďźŒ flowers and fruit trees. There is also a cool water jacuzzi pool for up to 8 people. The house is in the very special oceanside village of Cabuya, just 4 miles from Montezuma.Cabuya itself offers two markets, several great little restaurants, the national park, Cabuya snorkeling island, horseback riding, hiking and more, all within an easy walk of the house.
It has three lovely, colorful air conditioned bedrooms. One has a double bed and a twin bed, one has two twin beds and a kit to make them into one king sized bed. The other bedroom has a double bed. Each bedroom has a private bathroom. The kitchen is fully equipped. There is an indoor dining area that seats six to eight. The outdoor terrace also has a large dining table, additional seating and a hammock. There is a semi-automatic washer and a clothesline. The living room has a futon that can sleep 2 additional people, more seating and a TV with a DVD player. There is also a safe. A short path leads to a lovely 8 person cool water jacuzzi pool, Jacuzzi with shade, sun and lounge chairs. The house is surrounded by mango and banana trees, lovely tropical plants and flowers, other fruit trees, and enjoys lovely views of the rainforest mountain, just behind it. The area is rich in wildlife and tropical foliage and only four miles from the popular tourist towns of Montezuma and Mal Pais (both accessible by bus many times throughout the day) Wi-Fi available right on the grounds.
regular rates covers the first 2 adults. Toddlers under 2 are free with up to one free child per paying adult . For each additional person it is $12 daily. There is no cleaning fee if you choose to leave the house in a broom swept condition, alternatively, you may pay a $40 cleaning fee. Flipkey may not calculate the per person fee on their estimate, so be sure to take notice and when you contact us, we will give you an accurate quote. Rates include all taxes.
Additional fees may apply:
- per person after first 2 people | 12 USD per day
Located in the village of Cabuya, just down the road from Montezuma, the house is within very short walking distance of the ocean, two mini-groceries with fresh produce, meats and other items (soap, shampoo, deodorant, etc.) and several restaurants. There are also several local fishermen who sell fresh fish within walking distance
In Cabuya, there are several good little restaurants with reasonable prices (local food, sushi, seafood, homemade pizza and more). A little bar (Salon Higueron) is located at the crossroads and is a friendly little place that sometimes has live music. There is a gift shop and a little shop for fishing supplies. You can also visit the Rainsong Wildlife reserve and see their rescued animals. They also conduct horseback riding tours. You can rent ATVâ€™s and ocean kayaks in Cabuya and there are several fishermen that are happy to take you out fishing for the day for a range of prices. Cabo Blanco National park is one of Cabuyaâ€™s claims to fame. You can spend the day hiking there (a hike that ends at a beautiful secluded white sand beach) and enjoying a variety of wildlife.
If you are looking for a more lively nightlife, Montezuma is only a few miles down the road. A small, but busy little Oceanside town, Montezuma has many restaurants and cafes. You can find anything from local fare to sushi, pizza, seafood and Thai food. Street vendors make the street look lively and colorful with their jewelry, pottery, hammocks and more. The long stretch of beautiful sand beaches in Montezuma are lovely. It attracts many visitors from Europe, the USA and more. From Montezuma, you can access horseback riding, zip lining, snorkeling tours, ATV rentals and more.
If you enjoy surfing, you can do it all around the area, but Mal Paiz/Santa Theresa, about four miles away, is one of the favorite surfing destinations in Costa Rica. Its amenities are spread out along a road that runs down the beach (it has a sort of â€œCalifornia surf town vibeâ€). There is also good high tide surfing in Cabuya, about one and a half miles down the road (Playa Sedro), but there are no surf shops there, so you need to bring a board or rent one in Montezuma. There are Spanish lessons in Montezuma.