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Recent Nicaragua reviews

  • Fabulous Accomodations!

    "My husband and I stayed a month at Casa Anita and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Casa Anita was a perfect setting to experience Granada. The home itself is beautiful and the location could not have been better. We loved the fact that you can easily walk everywhere and the nearby market and grocery store was a real plus! The kitchen accomodated our desire to cook and we loved a dip in the pool to cool off in the afternoons. The restaurants in Granada are terrific with our favorites being Pita Pita and The Garden Cafe. The nearby bus stop was great as we ventured to Masaya on the "chicken bus" several times during our stay. For those with extra time, a morning trip with La Esperanza, a local NGO, is an eye-opening experience and provides an insight into the needs of the rural folks. We fell in love with this lovely town and Casa Anita provides a wonderful setting in which to enjoy the culture of Granada!"
    Guest: Pat and Rick Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 3, 2015
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  • Great Stay

    "4 couples went and shared the house for a week. All of the guys and two of the girls are surfers. We had an awesome time surfing right out front and hanging out at the Iguana pool. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, the first night we were there something broke on the house and the power was out for the whole night (even the generator didnt work). Luckily, the staff was able to get the house fixed the next day and we enjoyed a great rest of the stay. Definitely recommended."
    Guest: Brian P. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 29, 2015
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  • Wonderful accommodations, location, and staff!

    "We spent 2 weeks at Quinta Nica and loved every second of our time there! There is no where I've ever stayed that you gain such a deep friendship with the staff. Dennis and Nora are the kindest, most hospitable individuals I've ever met, and we cried when leaving them. The rooms are perfect, and the grounds are breathtaking. Quinta Nica is a beautiful haven to relax and unwind, and is the perfect location to call home while in Nicaragua!!"
    Guest: The Big Picture Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 26, 2015
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  • Thanksgiving Holiday

    "My wife and 6 kids decided to do something completely off the grid for once. It was my daughters last Thanksgiving while still a college student so this was the year. We researched CR, Mexico and the Virgin Islands. Never really thought of Nica until our travel agent went there to investigate a resort. I thought that would be interesting...Nicaragua. Well I did my research and putting a surf beach, fairly close to Managua and a surf shop nearby we found Mar y Estrella. We all loved being off the internet, w/o cell service and socializing within ourselves, and of course surfing as a family. The beach was like Newport, Corona or Huntington Beach in So Cal must of looked like 100 years ago. Nobody there with perfect waves all day long. The caretakers and cook were wonderful and hard not to befriend immediately. Day trips fishing and volcano exploring at Mombacho and neighboring Granada were nice to break up the serenity of sitting on the beach or taking a siesta in the hammock. Louise was easy to work with and has given me countless tid bits of extra info and tips. Some caveats... 1. Driving anywhere will take you twice as long as you think. 2. "Some" spanish is not enough. Someone needs a minimal conversational spanish to get anything except for Granada 3. A four wheel drive is recommended, any rain and dirt roads become like wet rubber cement 4. You learn to share the road with ox drawn carts, loose chickens, goats and pigs Last thoughts... Sunsets were unbelievably beautiful, Dinner at Hotel El Casino in Caseres is worth the small drive (ask for Patrice, the owner) and Nica people are wonderfully friendly and we were treated very well"
    Guest: Rich S. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 4, 2014
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