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Recent Dominical reviews

  • A DREAM!

    "The home was absolutely perfect for our family and friends to stay in! We ABSOLUTELY love Dominical and cannot wait to come back!!! The town was loaded with cute restaurants, cafes, shops and bars. We frequented Cafe Mono Congo and love it! Location wise, it would have definitely been A WALK to get to the beach and amenities, but do-able (although we drove every time). I do not think you could get up the driveway without a 4 wheel drive vehicle as our neighbors had to park at the bottom of the hill and walk up because their van wouldn't make it up. The house greeted us with LOTS of bottled water and a plate that was FULL of fresh fruit. It was extremely clean and well maintained. We were met down the road and we followed the host to the home and she showed us around and how to use everything. Left her cell number in case we had any questions or problems that arose while we were there. It was very hot and humid while we were there so the outdoor shower and dip pool was constantly in use! There was a family of iguanas who lived in the front yard and kept my girls very occupied! The view was spectacular and patio/furniture was where we spent most of our time. We will definitely come back and definitely stay here again! Without a doubt we would recommend people to stay here!"
    Guest: Kara M. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 6, 2016
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  • Great location to spend vacation

    "We were at Dominical for two weeks and really enjoyed our stayed. Amazing view with a nice breeze. We saw toucans from our balcony and monkeys all over the places. Nice beaches around, Playa Ballena it is really a must to see. Food is excellent everywhere we went. We took a drive to San Isidro and the trip was amazing. We also did the horseback riding tour in the jungle at the Ranch near by, a must to do."
    Guest: Denis G. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 26, 2016
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  • Sublime experience and setting

    "I have lived and worked in Costa Rica for 20 years and while this country is stunningly beautiful it is rare to find properties which combine, luxury, tranquility, and a setting which celebrates all the natural beauty without sacrificing luxury. Villa Toucan Breeze give you the best of both worlds. The setting in the unique Guapil Tropical Estate community gives you a convenient location which is close to the communities of Dominical, Hatillo and Manuel Antonio but a world apart. You drive through the rainforest up to the home, which appears like an oasis of luxury in the middle of the rainforest. The views are never ending, from Cano Island up to Manuel Antonio. There are amazing breezes at the house and we had daily visits from the toucans, Pizotes, white faced monkeys, and a host of other creatures and birds you would need a biologist to identify! The house itself is spacious, perfectly equipped and was awesome. I was there with my family of 4, inlays and another family. there are effectively 4 master suites, so everyone has their space and privacy. the kitchen has everything you need and while restaurants are nearby, we just relaxed, cooked and let time slip by. The enormous pool and landscaped gardens had us outside from dawn until well into the evening, just enjoying the breezes, views and wildlife."
    Guest: Scott Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 18, 2016
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  • Super fun

    "Gorgeous grounds, away from everything, and so much character. We loved it here. Also, having our first breakfast groceries taken care of, umbrellas, a bag of charcoal, and a full box of dry wood for the fire pit were very nice touches. Don't miss Nauyaca waterfalls nearby! They're truly truly amazing. Before booking , you MUST know this is not going to be a luxury resort experience. There are no glass windows, only wooden panels that completely open, you pretty much live outside, in the heart of the jungle. One of the casitas has no walls at all, you're sleeping outside, with a roof over your head. It's very fun and romantic, but just to give you a sense of what it;s like, the swimming pool 8 feet away is the night home of 6 to 10 green frogs, 1 huge toad, and the cutest little baby boa (about 18 inches long). You can find them in and around the pool most nights. We found the boa chilling on the outdoor shower floor one evening. So if this doesn't sound like a fun adventure to you, you will not be happy here. A couple little things you might also know beforehand: - The beach is about 25 - 30 minutes from the house by car. - You MUST have a 4x4 to get through the 2km of rocky paths of the main road. - Wifi is slow. It works, but if you need to get work done, I found my cell phone 3G connection to be faster, so plan accordingly. - It's very difficult to get anything to dry because of humidity. One towel per guest was provided, but I wish we had a few more. - We discovered that what looked like a bookshelf between 2 doors in the main house was actually a ladder to a loft with 2 twin mattresses. Maria hadn't show that to us, or maybe I just misunderstood since I don't speak Spanish, but this was very useful since we only had one couple in our group of 6. I would definitely come back. Amazing jungle home."
    Guest: Stephane L. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 23, 2016
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