|Minimum Stay||1 night|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyYes
|Theme||Adventure, Luxury, Beach, Ocean, Tropical|
Description from the owner
This house is located in Las Catalinas, a new walkable beach town on Costa Ricaâ€™s Pacific coast. The homeâ€™s owner is leading the development of Las Catalinas, so this is basically the mayorâ€™s house. The house has six bedrooms including two masters, a bunk room, and a guest house. There is ample outdoor living space in two covered loggias, a private courtyard garden and pool, an office/library, and the coolest dining room you have ever seen complete the package. It is perfect for a large family, or for two families to share, or for a group of friends.
Outside the door you will find yourself beachside in Las Catalinas in a beautiful...Read more
Santa Cruz, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Additional Location Information
Las Catalinas is located on Costa Ricaâ€™s northern Pacific Coast, just north across BahÃa Potrero from the town of Flamingo. Our 1,200 acres are filled with and surrounded by beauty with over 2 miles of dramatic coastline, great beaches, trails through the hills, amazing wildlife both on land and at sea, and a climate that pulls you outside to enjoy it all.
Las Catalinas is a beach town, lively and friendly. It is a hilltown, with magnificent views, drama, and mystery. The first portions of our town have recently been completed. It is a place for connecting with nature. It is a place for connecting with the people you love. It is a place to re-connect with yourself and your own aspirations.
Location Type Beach, Ocean, Tropical
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$1,285||$1,285||$9,000 - $20,000||$0||1 night|
|May. 21 2012 - Nov. 3 2012
Green Season 2012
|Dec. 15 2012 - Jan. 3 2013
Holiday Season 2012
|Jan. 4 2013 - May. 4 2013
Gold Season 2013
|All Other Dates||$1,285||$1,285||$9,000||-||3 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Tax rate - 13% of rental - Tax
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 03, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
An amazing and unique combination of comfort, relaxation, and sc
We enjoyed an all-too brief stay at Las Catalinas on the tail end of a visit to the rain-forest. Next time we will stay longer.
We were warmly welcomed upon arrival and shown around. The founder's home was spacious, clean, and airy, as well as super kid-friendly with colorful bunks in the kids' room and games to play. The wonderful design of the property offers privacy, yet merges indoors and outdoors so cleverly that you can't exactly tell which is which. We had the option of deciding exactly how much effort to put into our vacation - we chose "not much" - but had we wanted, we could have used the state-of-the-art kitchen to rustle up a gourmet meal, or grilled out in the courtyard; instead we ordered food in from Lola's, the restaurant just up the street, while relaxing. We had great swimming options too - the ocean at a stone's throw from the front door (which we discovered has cool magnetic sand), or a restful, less public, dip in the saltwater pool.
Next time we hope to take advantage of all the trails on the property, most of which is a conservation area, as well as kayak and paddle-board rentals, and snorkeling. We saw quite a few people enjoying those activities. Since our time was short, we spent most of it simply loafing and idling on the beach, by the pool, and in the breezy loggias that have huge oversized day-beds suspended from the ceilings that can (and do) easily lull you into a nap with the sound of the waves washing through your mind.
At night we enjoyed an amazing lightning show and some rather exciting animal cries - though we always felt totally safe and secure - with security staff discretely available at all times.
All the staff were fantastically helpful and friendly, even taking care of our exit visa formalities for us.
The only thing that isn't comfortable about Las Catalinas, is the bumpy ride to get there, but that's what adventure is all about! Get a 4x4. Such a wonderful place to stay!