2 makuuhuonetta, 1 kylpyhuone suurella parvekkeella, josta on näkymät vuorille ja joelle
Dan and Sheyla Hawley
- englanti, espanja
Paikan päällä olevat palvelut
Juhlia/tapahtumia ei sallita
The tiki hut is ideal for parties and cookouts.
Max 2 dogs, 45 lbs each. $100 per pet fee
Children must be accompanied by adult.
Asiakkaiden enin sallittu määrä:4 (enintään 4 aikuista)
Cabins can accommodate up to 4 guests.
All bookings must be verified by owner.
100 %:n hyvitys, jos varaus peruutetaan vähintään 60 päivää ennen saapumispäivää. 50 %:n hyvitys, jos varaus peruutetaan vähintään 30 päivää ennen saapumispäivää.
Edge of the tropical forest
The property is a ways down a dirt road, through the palm oil plantations arriving at a lovely secondary tropical broadleaf forest. Our cabin was atop a hill with excellent views into the tree canopies and midstory for excellent birding. The property was clean, nicely furnished, and with an air conditioner for the more faint-hearted in our family group. The location is about 20 minutes to Quepo and good dining. We had a little bit of a hard time finding the cabin since GoogleMaps didn't have it appropriately located. But owners Dan and Sheila available to immediately corrected us. Part of our issue was that the sign with the name of the property was down -- easily remedied. Among the real treats of the property is a bbq location across the road and above a beautiful forest stream. What a lovely spot. We thoroughly enjoyed the "jesus christ lizards scooting across the stream pools on their hind legs. In summary, we loved the cabin and the surrounding landscaping. It was convenient and had abundant wildlife. We would go back to this location with no hesitation AND the owners were wonderful.
Perfect cabin nestled away in the jungle. Finding it was somewhat tricky but totally worth it and it is a short drive to Quepos and Manuel Antonio National Park.
Thank you Scott for the wonderful review will sure help for future guests! Regards Dan & Sheyla
Beautiful Cabins in a remote rainforest. If you want to experience nature in a most perfect setting, this is your place. We had the opportunity to see Toucans in the morning from our porch. There were Blue Morpho Butterflies on the property - a large beautiful butterfly. There are walking trails and at night we walked to the highest point on the property and viewing the stars was spectacular. They have a Costa Rican hut along side a flowing river which is a nice secluded spot to sit and relax and commune with nature. The inside of the cabin is all wood and well maintained. The owner was on the property and was an excellent hostess and made sure all our needs were met.
Thank you so much for your wonderful review!!! Dan & sheyla
Off the beaten path= just lovely
This darling house is nestled out of town- 3 miles on dirt path (just get good directions/map). It is right next to a river and great wildlife - Coolest was a poison dart frog here. It was great for our family of 5. Dan and Shayla were very accomadating and the local house manger was helpful. She helped us set up a horseback/waterfall tour which was great. We had a great time and the surround area is awesome.
Thank you for the wonderful review glad you enjoyed our piece of paradise 👍👍
Peaceful and Tranquil Stay
We just returned from a 3-night stay at the Ginger Cabins. If you are looking to relax and escape the noisy, heavily touristed areas, this is the place for you! The cabin is nicely appointed, extremely clean and has everything you need. We stayed in the cabin with 2 bedrooms, 1 full bed and 1 with 2 twins. The house does have AC, which was great for sleeping. We enjoyed playing cards on the porch and listening to the night sounds of the jungle. Of note, the cabins are about a 10 to 15-minute drive down a dirt road off Route 34 so you'd need to add that to your drive times. Also, the dirt road isn't well marked so here's a tip: if coming toward Quepos, the turn off (dirt road) will be on the left but NOT the dirt road with the "Rainmaker" and the brown wooden carved sign, it's the next one. Your turn will have a bus shelter. For area recommendations, do go to Rainmaker Preserve, primitive rainforest with lovely swimming and get the lunch. Also, Manual Antonio is about 30-45 minutes and well-worth the visit. There are some pretty good gas/grocery/ stores not far from the cabin on 34. Also, we ate at a great soda not far down 34 towards Quepos on the right, the name escapes us but it had the word Palm in it. Enjoy!
Thank you for the wonderful review 👍will help future guests hope to have you back !!
katosmatkat, ratsastus, apinat, tukaanit, omat luonnonvaraiset luontopolut, ulkokeittiö joella, meillä on nyt Internet-palvelu