The SpaceGuests have access to the entire 2nd floor of the Posada Rustica, with 6 bedrooms, large patio, hammock, library, 2 bathrooms, 2 showers. On the 1st floor is the Tico host family, a large kitchen and dining area, along with sofas, tv, "bar" area, and an additional bathroom/shower. There is Wi-Fi. Guest AccessWithin 5 minutes walk of the Posada Rustica are vegetable gardens, chicken coops, horse stables, dairy, tilapia ponds. Behind the Posada Rustica is a nice stream. There are options for other activities like horseback riding, hikes to waterfalls, etc. that are not included in the Bed and Breakfast price, but can be added. Also, guests can easily walk to the small village, school, soccer field, Casa Azul (where one of our workers live, with interesting gardens and animals), and the Perla River. Interaction with GuestsThe owners of the farm are not always at the farm, but the host Tico family living in the Posada Rustica is there to take care of you. Plus, there is good communication contact with the owners, who like to call in and welcome guests. The owners have a small house next to the Posada Rustica. The Tico farm manager, who is bi-lingual, is also available. The NeighborhoodWe are a large farm located in a very small village. In addition to the Posada Rustica, there are other houses on the farm where workers live. So, our farm community basically is the village. You will feel both remote and connected (including Wi-Fi). The views are striking, breezes are relaxing, and the sounds of birds and the farm are musical. Getting AroundThere is parking in front of the house. There is no direct bus service. There are taxis from Herediana Junction or Pocora Junction for about $20. Siquirres is about 30-40 minutes away with bus service to all parts of Costa Rica. A taxi from Siquirres is about $30. There is rafting on the Pacuare River about 30 minutes away. San Jose is about 2 - 2.5 hours drive. Cahuita and Puerto Viejo are about 2 - 2.5 hours drive. We can help you arrange transport. Other Things to NoteWe are about 30 minutes drive from the main road (Route 32) that goes from San Jose to Guapiles to Siquirres to Limon. Coming from Herediana Junction via Alegria and San Bosco the roads are paved and then gravel with the last 3 miles a bit bouncy. A 4-wheel drive vehicle (or mini-van) is preferable. For the 30 minute drive from Pocora Junction via Argentina the road is mostly gravel and a bit bouncy.