Beach Front, Gorgeous, Private, Two-Acre Getaway
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- Minimum stay:2-7 nights
- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Playa Santa Teresa cabin description
This beach front property is a natures paradise. A very quiet charming secluded get away. The best surf is right in front of the property. The property has two cabins and a shared kitchen. You can rent the whole place or just on cabin. Bananas trees, an old fruit bearing cashew tree, a incredible amount of birds. Hammocks hang from palm trees through out the property. The front of the property is all beachfront and covered with virgin almond trees.
The beach in the front of the property has some of the best views in Costa Rica. The surfing is world renown. If you want a more mellow swim there are a number of small tide pools that you can wade in.
The area has some of the best restaurants great sushi is a five minute walk north at the boutique resort flor Blanca. Just right next door on the beach has some of Costa Rica's best local rice, fish and beans. If you want to just relax and enjoy a really chill vacation this is the place. The Cabins are built with quality and beauty in mind. The cabins are a true example of simplistic beauty.
- 1 story
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Private Chef
- Pets Considered
- Children Welcome
- Long-Term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 5, Beds for 4-5
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms, 1 Half Bathroom
Kitchen & Dining
- Shared Kitchen:
- Cooking Utensils:
- Coffee Maker
- Linens Provided
- Clothes Dryer
- Towels Provided
Location & View
- Horseback Riding
- Wildlife Viewing
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Guest comment entered by manager
Hello Kevin, Well, we are finally home and feeling back to "normal" life so I wanted to take a moment and send you a big "Thank You" for letting us stay at your gorgeous property and experience Santa Theresa. We had a fabulous time. As you probably know, we stayed almost a week at the property. We went to Montezuma twice and loved the hiking and waterfalls. We absolutely LOVED the food everywhere we went, but especially each night as we tried a different place to eat along the dusty Santa Theresa streets. We rented boogie boards and enjoyed the waves and spent afternoons in the hammocks by the ocean, reading and napping. The rooms were beautiful--comfortable and cozy....
- Guest Christi and OJ
- Date of stay 02/15/11
- Review Submitted 04/04/11
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2 night min stay
Dec 15 - Jan 5
7 night min stay
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The beach front hammock area of Villas Almendros.
At 100 a night VM is the only high end reasonable spot on the beach.
Villas Almendros is in quiet northern Santa Teresa.Super markets are 5 min walk
Villas Almendros cabins are located on two private beach front acres.
There are two main cabins each sleep up to 3 people.Property holds up to 6 total
You can rent a car during your stay in town.(budget) or just bike or walk.
All linens and bath towels are supplied for both cabins
There are a large number or restuarants close by jesuz can call a taxi if needed
Looking out from the cabin
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