- Englisch, Spanisch
Services innerhalb der Anlage
Haustiere erlaubt - Please provide food and bedding supplies for pets.Please provide food and bedding supplies for pets.
Nichtraucher - Outside smoking only please.Outside smoking only please.
Max. Anzahl Gäste: 4 (Schlafplätze für bis zu 4 Erwachsene)
Mindestalter des Hauptmieters: 18
100% Erstattung bei einer Stornierung, die mindestens 14 Tage vor Anreise erfolgt. 50% Erstattung bei einer Stornierung, die mindestens 7 Tage vor Anreise erfolgt.
Peaceful, Relaxing and Stress free
The sound of the ocean is like music to my ears. My husband and I had a wonderful week at Casa Blanca. We had everything we needed in the house. The house is clean and the porch overlooking the ocean is amazing and is where we spent most of our time. The beach is a short walk with access in front of the house. Our morning walks on the beach were beautiful and relaxing. Everyone is so friendly and very helpful. We didn’t have a car but a minivan comes by every couple of hours in front of the public beach for rides to town for only $1.25 per person. You won’t be disappointed staying here. Thank you Walter.
Chris and Debi
problems with fridge at first but Walter was on the ball.
Great quiet place
Thanks for your positive review. Yes, we had some issues with the refrigerator, but we are glad to have fixed the situation in a timely manner. We're happy that you enjoyed a quiet stay.
Good value for this Beach hosuse
Great value for what we paid for 3 days on the Beach in Las Tablas. The A/C in the master bedroom was very efficient, but the rest of house had few windows to cool down the house during hot humid days and was very stuffy inside. Also, not too many restaurants open during the low season in June. House has plenty of outdoor furniture to lounge around. I will stay in highlands next time for cooler climate.
The beaches in Panama can be hot and not as cool as the highlands, so it is essential that you know what you are looking for. The house has several windows facing the ocean breezes, but when it is not windy it could get stuffy, which is why we have A/Cs in the bedrooms. The restaurants at the beach do open throughout the year, but mostly on weekends to cater to locals/visitors who make their way to the beach.
We had a good visit to Uverito Beach, great early morning walks along the beach.
We were able to experience the Panamanian culture. The waves were very high while we were there so we didn’t swim however the locals did.
Our Beach House was great, lots of room, the terrace was awesome for morning coffee, a nap in the hammock, or sipping a glass of wine in the evening. It was great to have a washer and dryer however the clothes line worked perfect. We felt very safe and comfortable. The BBQ was great, especially when a local fisherman came by with the biggest prawns we have ever had!
Walter the property owner is awesome!! Very quick to respond and helpful with many suggestions! We had a couple of issues in the kitchen when we arrived but he was very quick to reply with a resolve.
We truly appreciate his kind heart and understanding!
An awesome getaway for us!!
Enjoyed it, learned a lesson in managing expectations - and the benefits of ear plugs
Uverito Beach is stunning, and we truly enjoyed our explorations on the beach, experiencing the daily and dramatic shifts in the tides. The beach, once you get beyond the public access area is very secluded and beautiful. The public access area is littered with beer cans and bottle caps, and any number of other items.
Our stay was timed toward the end of the rainy season, and the few local restaurants were sometimes open, sometimes not, and many were in various states of renovation.
The Beach House itself is quaint, having the basic requirements. It's outdoor living space was lovely with the ocean view, and we spent much of the time at the property relaxing in the rocking chairs or hammocks on the wrap-around veranda.
We arrived late in the evening on our first day and within 10 minutes, the power cut out to the area for several hours. It went off a week later to a widespread area, and we were forced to find a restaurant in Las Tablas with a generator in order to have dinner. The dryer wasn't in working order when we arrived, but Walter had an electrician come by within a couple of days to fix it. We also discovered a couple of leaks in the roof on those rare occasions when the rain fell. The water pump that services the beach house started to squeal and the water pressure faltered periodically during the last 5 days of our stay, but we were never without water (unless the power was out).
Even though we were there in low season, there were a few properties in the area that were rented out by what appeared to be local 20-somethings, often for just one evening. They created their own nightlife, at full volume, even using microphones to talk or yell or sing, as the Latin music blared. Ear plugs were a must to get any sleep on those evenings.
Overall, the experience was positive. It felt a bit like roughing it at times with all of the little issues that kept cropping up, but we all felt that we got a better sense of Panamanian life by doing something other than an all-inclusive that can be so insulating. If you go, make sure you also spend time in Las Tablas, sampling the local cuisine and beverages as well as the little shops.
...And don't forget to bring ear plugs.