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Recent Tamarindo reviews

  • Felt at home!

    "We recently stayed here for eight nights with our seven-year-old little boy. Let me just tell you, we loved it! Andy was super to us! He even took us to a couple of beaches that we never would have known about! Our little boy probably bugged the stew out of him, but he was SO nice, always inviting him right in and even taught him a new way to dive AND gave him the best surf lesson EVER! We LOVED how it wasn't a resort feel, but an authentic, rustic place to stay, yet very clean and comfy! Andy was always there if we had any questions and helped us line up tours, too! One night he even cooked us a pizza (my whole family agreed it was the best pizza we'd eve had!) I loved everything about this place, but my favorite was the host-we met a friend when we meet Andy! My little boy is going to miss his friend so much! Thanks for everything, Andy!"
    Guest: Julie C. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 12, 2016
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  • Fabulous condo and property!!!

    "We came to Tamarindo for our annual girls getaway. This condo was perfect and the property was heavenly! We had breakfast on the terrace daily and the views from the terrace made you feel like you were in a secluded tropical oasis. There's even a view of the ocean as you shower in the master bath. Amazing! The condo had everything we needed: beach towels, washer dryer, laundry detergent, diswasher, huge refrigerator & freezer. The pool areas (2 of them) were at least double to size of the Diria Hotel and 5x better! Restaurants, the beach, and activities were within 5 mins walk of the condo. You don't need a car, unless you plan to get out of the Tamarindo area frequently. There are two mini marts within walking distance and a larger and really nice supermarket 5 mins drive. Taxi there costs $2-$3. I travel alot during the year for work and fun. This is one of the best properties in which I've stayed. I highly recommend this property."
    Guest: Sheyi Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: January 15, 2016
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  • This IS the place to stay!

    "We stayed a week March '16. It is hotter than the hubs of he-double-hockey-sticks, so be prepared! The property has security, very well manicured grounds, is small and quaint, off the beaten path, literally a few steps from the pool, and 1 minute walk through the locked gate to the ocean! The accommodations are great - private laundry rm - soap included, 2 single beds in one bedroom, a queen bed in the master with a master bath. Living room, dining and kitchen are spacious and have all that you need. 2nd bath off the living space that the teenagers used. Lots of towels! Kitchen is well stocked - dish soap included. There is a charcoal grill on the patio, but charcoal is more expensive than at home (Minnesota) and the fluid is a gel that is barely sufficient. The only thing I would improve on the property is the outside chairs as they have probably seen their better days, but were still functional for coffee in the a.m. and wine in the p.m. while listening to the ocean. You will see iguanas and geckos on property, as well as some birds. This property is off the beaten path, but still very close to town - 3 min drive. Be sure to hit the farmers market right down the road from the property on Saturday a.m. - pineapple is to die for! Beach walks are a must - go during low tide to check out the tide pools. If you have a car, go to the town of Guatil to check out the hand made pottery (the office can direct you) - 1st house on the left in town is Edwin - he is fantastic! He will give you a full tour and explanation of their pottery making process that has been handed down over generations. He took us to the backyard and there were iguanas in his mango tree as well as a Howler monkey! Awesome! Ask questions! Be sure to check out Tamarindo Beach, the boat tour in the Nat'l Park is worth it - monkeys eating from our hands and on our heads! This is a very popular area for surfing. The roads suck, period. Rent an SUV for sure. Don't eat at the Bocas restaurant - overpriced for what you get. Cooking in the villa saved us a ton of money, but groceries are not as cheap there as they are here. We went to 3 different grocery stores - all were comparable, but be prepared, they aren't like at home! We did have a couple maintenance issues in our villa - staff was prompt in repairing those items. CR is experiencing a major drought, we ran out of water, they bought 10,000 gallons, pump went out, hand repaired, up and running again. Would stay again!"
    Guest: Jody M. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 11, 2016
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  • I love this place!

    "I really do love this place--not just Tamarindo, which is wonderful, but this condo. This place has it all. Its ocean-front location can't be beat. But the layout and decor of the condo itself really adds to the enjoyment of the trip. How sweet it is to sit in the gracious cool condo sipping a drink and enjoying the sunset! Or to curl up in the crisp bedding, snug and cozy, and watch surfers on the ocean. Everything is clean and fresh and luxurious and shows the owners' taste and attention to detail. We loved the surfing (and it's not just for kids; I am a 53-year-old woman and could learn and enjoy); we loved swimming in the ocean; and we loved long walks on the beach looking for exotic shells. And we loved coming home again to the condo and feeling pampered. Am looking forward to our next trip and will definitely be staying here."
    Guest: Allison Blizzard Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 1, 2016
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