2 BRs, 3.5 baths, ocean views. Private roof-top terrace and fenced in yard.
Blow-dryer, alarm clock, luggage rack, iron and ironing board, CD player, private bathroom, huge closet, private attached bathroom, brand new, high-test air conditioner .
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
Cleaned with disinfectant
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Follows industry health association: SafeStay (AHLA - USA)
Follows regional health guidelines: Measures to reduce infection (Spain)
- english, spanish
About Robyn Schenck
Andy and Robyn fell in love with Rincon, Puerto Rico while taking a vacation with our daughters in 2004. On a second trip to Rincon, in 2007, we stumbled upon our townhouse - still under construction at the time - and we were hooked. Andy was born in Venezuela. He spent his boyhood in the tropics. Rincon had the tropical vibe that just felt like coming home to him. Robyn grew up in a suburb of NYC. She spent a lot of time at the beaches of Long Island when she was a girl, and has always loved the ocean. The warm water of the sea surrounding Rincon was a delightful surprise, which continues to enchant her. When we are not in Rincon, Robyn is a special educator and Andy is an engineer in northern New England. We have 4 grown children, who all LOVE Suite 8 in Rincon. They are old enough to come on their own, with partners and / or friends, and they enjoy it as much as we do. It's also such a joy when we can have time with them at Suite 8. Some of our favorite things are the healthy life-style of being in the Carribbean: swimming, snorkeling, and paddle-boarding in the ocean, and eating delicious local mangos, avacados, and papayas. Thursday night Art Walk downtown, Tuesday evening Open Mike at Calypso Cafe, Sunday morning Farmer's Market on the Plaza, awesome restaurants and lively local bars(which are all kid-friendly), and often have live music, are amongst our favs. The community is safe, friendly, chill, and welcoming. We also enjoy being sluggos on the beach.
Robyn Schenck purchased this townhome in 2008
Why Robyn Schenck chose Pueblo
Suite 8 in Rincon was the perfect spot for us. It is steps away from the calmer part of the surf in Rincon, and we love that we can swim, paddle-board, and snorkel right off the uncrowded beach. It is close enough to the surfer beaches, so we can play at those beaches, too. But we love that we can leave the wilder, crazier scene to go home to Suite 8 in the evenings. Suite 8 was built 10 years ago, so it is still relatively new. When we found it, the layout, views, sunny windows, and solid structure of the building really impressed us. Plus, the end unit we chose gave us our own side lawn and extra privacy. We particularly loved the proximity to the beach, and peaceful, safe, and friendly family neighborhood. We've maintained and upgraded Suite 8 scrupulously. You will always find it in excellent condition with fresh paint and everything clean, comfortable, and in good working order. We make sure to stock it with everything we would hope to find, if we were the renters. We love the privacy of sun-bathing on the roof-top terrace, or slipping into the private jacuzzi in the evenings to look at the stars. Robyn goes running alone most mornings, and enjoys the beauty of the vistas overlooking the bright blue sea. We find ripe mangos falling from the trees all around our property. We also love that, although our neighborhood is very typically Puerto Rican - with roosters crowing, and the smell of delicious Caribbean home cooking all around - most people speak English, so it is very easy to strike up a conversation with folks we meet. We hope to retire at Suite 8 in about 10 years.
What makes this townhome unique
The 8 unit building is very modern, but we are the only building of this kind on our street. The other residences are inhabited by local "Rinconians." Our neighbors are very friendly, and take pride in their street and community. The building is actually unique and kind of lovely, in and of itself. It is not a high-rise, like many of the older "condiminiums." It is white with blue trim, which blends with the ocean colors in a low-key, elegant way. Suite 8 is also kind of environmentally conscious - we use solar energy to heat most of our water (there is a back-up water-heater, which is very seldom needed). Most of us come to Rincon for the relaxation, and the mellow island vibe. Still, we do enjoy the easily accessible 'sub-community' of health conscious and athletic people. Rincon hosts many sporting events for bikers, triathletes, tennis players, and surfers. There is a wonderful sports facility less than a mile from Suite 8, where you will see folks of all ages walking the track or taking an outdoors aerobics class, every morning.