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Recent Guanacaste reviews

  • Love Nosara!

    "We just returned from a relaxing stay and the house fit our needs perfectly. Enjoyed many nights drinking pina coladas on the deck. Playa Pelada is amazing for sunsets and La Luna is not to be missed. The short walk to the beach made taking kids back to the house for naps and snacks a breeze"
    Guest: Jodie Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 18, 2014
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  • Classy and comfortable

    "One of the first things that strikes you about the Tropical Jungalow is the architecture. The place is so well designed - there is a wonderful flow from the inside space to a very comfortable covered outdoor living area. The ceiling has a lovely alternating pattern of hardwoods. There are A/C units in each bedroom, and the beds are comfortable. The kitchen is fantastic - full of everything you need to eat at home. We found ourselves wishing we knew people in Samara just so we could have them over to entertain. The house was quite secure - we never had any worries about break-ins or theft. We ate mangoes from the trees out back and swam in the pool to the howls of monkeys. You could easily walk to town - its probably only a mile or so, but the house is up a hill, and we were glad to be able to drive. Samara is a great base to venture out from - there are several good surf beaches within an hour or so, as well as a turtle refuge. There are several good places to eat in Samara - our kids favorite was LuvBurger (a veggie burger place next to a yoga studio). But it wasn't so developed that you felt like you were in Touristville. If we go back to Samara, we would definitely stay at the Tropical Jungalow again. Lastly, I'd say that the rental is very well priced - I feel like we got very high quality lodging for our family vacation dollars."
    Guest: Jason C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014
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  • Perfect Hideaway

    "Thank you George & Susan for allowing us to stay in your home. We had a wonderful holiday. Your home was perfect for us (2 adults, 2 teenagers); the house had everything we needed and the pool and boogie boards/soft top surf board were lovely added touches. The house and yard were very well maintained and it was much appreciated. Alyssa was an unobtrusive yet very helpful property manager. We would love to come back some day! Playa Grande and Palm Beach Estates are the perfect location for surf lovers who also like a bit of peace and quiet away from the crowds."
    Guest: Jackie W. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 26, 2014
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  • Beautiful views in Playa del Coco

    "Stayed here for three days, and I have to say- it met every expectation and more. The community always felt safe (although we didn't see many people-understood since it is the rainy season), and the views from the house were exquisite. We really enjoyed waking up and having breakfast and coffee on the back porch overlooking the pacific ocean. Had a relaxing swim in the pool one morning. Unfortunately, we did not get to use the Beach Club (although we did drive by), but it looked fantastic. One thing to note as we travel light and typically walk every where- you will need some sort of transportation. Most people visiting seemed to have rental cars, but we prefer not to drive- easily solved by renting a golf cart for 3 days in Coco, and we were easily able to get around Coco, travel to Playa Ocotal etc. All in all, an excellent stay, the pool was beautiful and such an asset, we enjoyed the privacy and serenity of our home and have already begun planning our return next year. Since VRBO requests: We ate at: Villa Italia (expensive and hard to find, but worth it- be aware they only speak Italian and Spanish) Father Roosters (a short drive away, had an awesome day there- beach bums bar/café) Le Coq (tiny restaurant on the main stretch, unbelievably good and cheap Mediterranean food) Zi Lounge (not bad, but typical tourist menu/bar food) Coco hotel restaurant (expensive, very limited menu, no local food- not bad if you're looking for a taste of home but avoid if you're looking for local experience) Papagayo seafood (great meal, reasonable prices, highly recommend the bisque) The property was quite clean and in very good shape, owner was very responsive- generally answering our questions by email within the hour (and many times even faster than that)."
    Guest: Evans B. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 23, 2014
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Guanacaste Travel Tips

Guanacaste Beach Rentals Give You the Real Costa Rica

If you are looking for long summer days on beautiful coastlines, Guanacaste beach rentals are for you. Vacations in Costa Rica can be filled with activities, sun, and sand. Enjoy the stunning shoreline, top-notch surfing, snorkeling, and so much more when you stay at Guanacaste resorts. The province is the perfect vacation destination for the whole family or the ideal spot for a romantic honeymoon.

Breathtaking Vistas within the Guanacaste Resorts Regions

All along the eastern borders of the province you will find a chain of volcanoes, many of which are visible from some Guanacaste beach rentals. The volcanoes meet the Cordillera de Tilaran and Cordillera de Guanacaste mountain ranges and offer plenty of hiking, mountain biking, and other high elevation activities. The views in this region are particularly breathtaking, especially when you reach Rincon de la Vieja Volcano Area with its lush forests filled with exotic plants and animals. No one ever said vacations in Costa Rica would not be gorgeous!

Vacations in Costa Rica Offer a Little Culture

As you plan your stay in Guanacaste resorts, you might appreciate learning a little bit about the local culture. The region is rich in culture and even takes its name from the word “quahnacaztlan” which is actually the word for the Guanacaste tree in the native language. This tree also happens to be the national tree of the country. Vacations here, especially those at Guanacaste beach rentals, will allow you the opportunity to see what the real Costa Rica is all about.

The Best Way to Reach Your Guanacaste Beach Rentals

Because it is a foreign country, vacations in Costa Rica do take some planning. The easiest way to reach Guanacaste resorts is to fly into Liberia and land at the Daniel Oduber International Airport. From the airport, you may either rent a car or take a bus through Guanacaste up the Pan-American Highway which is quite scenic. You will even catch a glimpse of the volcanoes on your way.

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