330 sq. mt., 3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom, Beachfront Luxurious Private Town House
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About Ivonne Sarmiento
We are a family with two small children. There is something for everyone in our family in Las Terrenas. Our kids want to go every weekend to the beach to soak in the emerald waters and we enjoy the fine dining available in town. It´s our sanctuary to relax and let go after a long work week.
Ivonne Sarmiento purchased this House in 2012
Why Ivonne Sarmiento chose Las Terrenas
We had been looking for some beachfront property for a long time until we found this amazing house. Its breathtaking, set along a pristine bay lined with swaying palm trees, lush vegetation and shallow waters of pure white sand. The beach is our backyard! Copy and paste the following link in your web browser, which will pin point our house, and you can appreciate that we are only 150 feet away from our private pristine beach https://www.google.com.do/maps/place/19°19'33.6%22N+69°30'55.7%22Wemail@example.com,-69.5176697,914m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x0
What makes this House unique
Peaceful private oceanfront view. Back patio overlooking the water. Enough space so kids could play football in the background or host big dinner parties. Freedom so that everyone can do as they like.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Great family vacation spot
Truly some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Lovely house, great location!
The house is in excellent location, really close to the beach, the interior is lovely, everything well though and in best condition! Maria helped with the cooking and house chores in general, I would love to return and stay in this nice place!
Perfect family vacation
We stayed at this property for Easter week. We were 2 families with three girls 6 and under. It was the perfect place in the most amazing beach! The house is stunning and offers all the comforts you may need, including maid service. The property has 3 large pools you can visit, but the plunge pool at the house is very comfortable and we preferred it.
The comforts at the beach are superb! There's chaises, beds, and a gorgeous restaurant.
The weather was perfect, never too hot.
Ivonne, the owner, was very helpful and friendly during our communication throughout the rental process.
We'll certainly consider returning to Las Terrenas town house 3.
Excellent property. Wonderful hospitality. Would rent again.
Great location, heart help
Perfect Beach Set up
We had a fantastic time. Maria is a wonderful cook and took care of all of our needs for the week. She took us to the local fish market and grilled us lobsters and a whole fish. Her chicken was our favorite meal! We spent most of our time in the outdoors space. We ate all our meals outside. But the large TV with Netflix access in the living-room got used too, we still enjoyed watching American TV at night!
The resort had several pools. A nice clean beach was right across the street with easy access. We saw several beautiful sunsets at Mosquito Bar. We had an awesome time with some fellow Americans, watching the Patriots play off game at One Love bar in town. We rented scooters and a quad to get around. We went to El Limon and took a horse back ride to swim in a waterfall. This was our college aged kids favorite activity. Overall it was a great trip. It was fun for all ages. We would love to be able to go back again!!!
Los Haitises National Park: Los Haitises National Park is comprised of mangroves, estuaries, coves and bays. Easily reached by a short boat ride across Samaná Bay, the park is well-known for both its magnificent series of limestone caves covered in Taino Indian art and its boat excursions through exotic mangrove swamps. Visitors will find themselves surrounded by more than 100 species of birds, 90 plus plant species, a wide variety of mammals and caves bearing pre-Columbian Taino art.
Cayo Levantado: This coconut palm-lined island has become one of the area top tourist destinations for romance, relaxation and exquisite Dominican cuisine. Many visitors flock to this 6-square-mile island to walk along the pristine beach and tan, while others venture out to the thriving reefs for snorkeling and scuba diving.
El Limon Waterfall: El Limón waterfall cascades into a pool where visitors can take a dip. Hiking or horse-riding to the top of the falls is a common tourist adventure and provides a beautiful view of the surrounding jungle and natural pool below.
Scuba Diving: Divers can discover reef sites featuring undercuts, as well as series of large caves, tunnels and swim-throughs. Between January and March, humpback whales can be heard underwater as they migrate toward Silver Shoals
Whale Watching: No trip to the Dominican Republic is complete without a whale watching adventure. Samana Bay is one of the best places in the world to see Humpback whales. See the male whales jump as they show off for the females or catch a glimpse of a baby calf swimming alongside its mother!
Playa Coson Beach:
12-mile stretch of unspoiled white sand, one of the best beaches in Las Terrenas
Playa Rincón: This is my personal favorite! Playa Rincon is located about 1hour drive from Las Terrenas. Then you arrive at an open beach that is 3-4 km long, with white sands and palm trees stretching as far as you can see, and lush green mountains in the background. You have it all to yourself as there is absolutely no one on it. No development, no lifeguard, restroom, nothing. Untouched beach with waves that gently lap the shores, and soft powdery sand and warm water that invites you to jump in. You have found paradise, off the beaten path paradise. This spectacular secluded Caribbean beach is one of the most beautiful in the Dominican Republic, and was rated as one of the 10 Best Beaches in the World by Conde Nast Traveler. One of the best way to get there is by renting a Jeep to ride on the less-than-perfect roads leading to this piece of tropical paradise. Also, another great way to get to Playa Rincon is by renting the services of a small boat to hire easily found on the beach of Las Galeras fishing village located at the end of the Samana Peninsula. The boat ride itself from Las Galeras to Playa Rincon is truly scenic and makes for superb photography along the coast to get there. The Rincon beach is surrounded by the 600-meter cliffs of Cape Cabron, and a row of palm trees that run along the white sand and turquoise water. Playa Rincon is simply pure paradise, not-to-be-missed while vacationning in beautiful Samana.