Completed in August 2018, Casa Mariposa (the butterfly house) was designed by Costa Rican architect, Johann Murillo. Each room is designed to open up the breathtaking views, of the Costa Rica's northern plains, of three volcanoes in the distance, and of the property's own rain forest, truly 360 degrees of wonderful views.
The house has four bedrooms, each with great views and private bathrooms. Completely off-the grid, the house's electricity comes from solar panels and a mini-hydroelectric plant, which you can visit during your stay.
This unique property on the edge of the Juan Castro Blanco National Park has 48 acres, amazing views, and over 2 km of trails through pristine rain forest. Each of the four bedrooms can be set up with one king-sized bed or two twin beds, just let us know your preference.
You could easily spend several glorious days without leaving the property, but you probably won't want to. The nearby town of Venecia offers a butterfly farm, a museum dedicated to the history of ox cart drivers, yet still gives you a taste of authentic Costa Rican rural living, where tourists don't roam ... yet. Less than an hour away you can visit the spectacular waterfalls and rivers of near La Colonia. Many other attractions in the Saripiqui area are easily accessible in under an hour.