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Recent Nicaragua reviews

  • Aptly named Casa Suenos

    "Just returned from a wonderful stay at the Casa Suenos. The house was perfect for our family and friends group of 7 (with room to spare), appointed thoughtfully with all the comforts for a relaxed beach retreat. Janelle was pleasure to work with and was extremely helpful: from the food shop, to baking a cake and providing a pinata for our 3 year old's birthday bash to helping with our lost baggage. Eveline (the house keeper) was a real treat and a great cook. These guys have built a amazing house in a phenomenal setting and taken the extra steps to make a perfect vacation retreat for those lucky enough to visit."
    Guest: mountain refugee Date of Stay: May 2015 Review Submitted: May 15, 2015
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  • Madeline's Place - My favoreite

    "We've been visiting lovely San Juan del Sur annually since 2003. We only discovered Madeline's Place in 2009 and have anxiously returned each year since. Enrico and Maddie make us feel welcome as we arrange reservations via email. The place is amazing... ...beautiful two-bedroom apartment with a nice kitchen, reliable appliances, room for the crew (Rhoda and I usually stay in the main bedroom while surf buds bunk it in the additional room), wireless internet with good signal, a TV that provided all the Royals playoff games, and the pool. Did I mention the pool? Who goes surfing all day in Nicaragua and then gets to enjoy a Flor de Caña and OJ by the beautiful pool. Even the neighbors have been charming (one can't have too many good friends). Angela is warm and takes great care of the place on schedule. The staff provides impecible security and treats us like family, and over our five years they have become like family. Each afternoon at 5:30, it's time to walk across the road to photograph another spectacular sunset. It's a short walk along the beach to any restaurant in town. We rely on Allan Carcamo, the best surf guide in Nicaragua to get to Playa Madera, Hermosa, Remanso, etc. daily. Even the Super Poli (the grocery store) is walkable. I offer my heartiest recommendation to Madeline's Place. Just don't make your reservations for the last weekend in September into the first days of October. I hope we'll be there..."
    Guest: Tom Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: March 5, 2015
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  • ProfeSano

    "I couldn't ask for a better location or property for my group of 13. The house is centrally located between the Mercado principal and the more upscale shopping center "La Colonia". Everything is within a few short blocks. The property is well maintained and has ample room for larger groups. I never felt cramped despite having 11 teens with me. The master suite is spacious and private giving me a place to myself. I am already looking forward to my next visit."
    Guest: Kevan O. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 31, 2014
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  • Wonderful beachfront property

    "This was our first trip to Nicaragua and we were looking for something with a great beach in an authentic Nicaraguan town. Casa Kaya definitely fit the bill. Josh responded to all our email quickly and our arrival and check-in went smoothly. The pre-arrival information was very helpful in finding our way out of Managua and to the property. We were met by the housekeeper Flora and the night watchman. This house has wonderful outdoor spaces for relaxing and the beach is sandy, very quiet and great for playing in the waves. The property is well maintained and clean and it felt very secure. The kitchen has all the necessary amenities to make a good meal and we used the outdoor grill also. The bedrooms are very basic. The main downside to them is the lack of closet space (so we lived out of suitcases on the floor) and the beds/pillows were not particularly comfortable but we all slept OK. Also there are no beach towels provided and there is no washing machine, so plan accordingly. There is a small store across the street where you can get a few basics but major shopping needs to be done in Leon. Poneloya is off the gringo trail and therefore there is not much available in terms of restaurants and activities. Leon and some of the other beach towns are easily accessible by car on well paved roads. As a side note, we were travelling with two children and never felt unsafe. We enjoyed Nicaragua more than Costa Rica and Panama."
    Guest: Traveling family Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 9, 2015
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