This place is heaven on earth and the owners are genuinely nice and caring people. The sleeping quarters are upstairs and it has both a small shower and a small bathroom. The downstairs has an additional bathroom and also the common area with a kitchen and a dining room table. The two are connected with an outdoor staircase. The kitchen has everything you need if you are staying for more than one night: pots and pans, dishes, microwave, fridge, and cooking oil. If you are only staying 1 night, I would recommend having Beti, the owner’s wife, cook something for you. It is inexpensive and crazy delicious! The nights are quiet and we slept with the windows and doors open to let in the breeze. No problem with insects. Hot water was great.
Things to know as a traveler: The kitchen has everything you need to cook with except butter. There is a grocery store about 15 minutes away and Eduardo will take you if you don’t have a car. I might have missed it but I didn’t see a coffee pot. I didn’t ask the owner about it because his wife made us the best coffee I’d ever had.
The bathrooms have soap but no shampoo or conditioner. Not a big deal; just bring your own! No hair dryer but my hair dried super fast even without it.
The water is safe to drink and delicious.
The wifi is excellent! Eduardo speaks pretty good English but if you do run into difficulties, just pull up Google Translate.
Eduardo does charge a small amount to drive his guests places. He accepts colones, dollars, and also uses Zelle. Also available to purchase is fresh roasted coffee from his farm and paintings that his wife made. I bought 2!
This is an amazing place and we are already talking about going back next year. Eduardo and Beti embody the Costa Rican spirit of Pura Vida! I wish more people were like them. Heck, I wish I was more like them! Enjoy your visit and tell them Sara and Rick said hello!