We spent two weeks at Osa Mountain Village in a two bedroom Villa. I found the property on Homeaway and booked almost a year in advance but when I booked or whenever I had any questions through the year Patrica was always quick to get back and so helpful. Can't say enough good about how helpful she was before and during our stay. When we arrived the Villa we stayed in was perfect. Very nice and backed onto the Jungle. The value is so amazing I almost hate to share about the place and have it become busier and more expensive :) The village was not very busy when we were there so it was very nice and quiet. It has a beautiful pool that looks out into the valley. One of favorite things was the fresh veggies and fruit growing right on the property that we could help ourselves to. The only thing you do want to be aware of is that you will want a vehicle if you are staying here and it is a bit of a trip out to the closest town. It is 7 KM down the hill to the main road which takes about 20 mins. Then it's another 5-10 mins to Palmar Norte where you can get most everything you need. Also be prepared for a 4 x 4 adventure heading up :) It is also probably about 45 mins to good beaches once you figure in the 20 mins down to the Hwy. As long as you are not looking for a beach destination this place is amazing. We would definitely go back again! I could go on and on about how beautiful it is in the area! We had our two young daughters (3 and 5) with us on this trip and they also loved the village and the countless hours they spent at the pool.
I stayed at OSA Mountain Village for 3 months in 2014 and it really is a little slice of heaven. Nestled into a jungle up on a mountain, the villas are spacious, modern, and are fully equipped with everything you need to have a relaxing stay.
We woke up to howler monkeys in the morning and watched toucans fly over head while watching the sunset every night. The staff at the resort are incredibly nice and will help you plan out whatever activities you are looking for.
OMV truly is a unique spot with it's gorgeous views, organic gardens, fruit trees, waterfalls, zip line canopy tours, butterfly garden, and there is even a volunteer center on the grounds where people come from all over the world to learn more about sustainability and organic gardening.
If you are planning a trip to Costa Rica, I highly recommend visiting OMV. It is definitely a place I will be visiting again and again.