First of all, this is a fabulous piece of property with a million dollar setting on the Pacific Ocean and an almost deserted stretch of beach. The groundskeeper, Fernando, is friendly and helpful (but unilingual Spanish). The large screened-in porch is a fantastic place to sit and admire the view and enjoy the ocean breezes. Normally, I'm sure it's very restful, but unfortunately during our three-week stay, the neighbors were having a pool and stone terrace installed so the soothing sound of the ocean waves competed with the unsoothing sounds of construction, including an electric stone saw, from about 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. The house itself is serviceable as long as you don't have high expectations and are okay with no hot water and an outdoor shower. The beds and dressers are fine, although the double bed is sagging a bit in the middle. However, the furnishings consist only of a few tables, four rocking chairs, four plastic patio chairs (not loungers) and two barstools made for very tall people with very small bums. It seems to me it would be an easy and cheap upgrade to include a few patio loungers in the porch and a sofa (even a patio sofa with a cushion would be an upgrade) inside. With the current furniture setup, I can't recommend Casa Pacifica for longer-term stays - the seating is just too limited and uncomfortable. Which is a shame, because otherwise this is a superb place to get away from civilization for a while.