Enjoy your stay in Costa Rica how it should be! Nestled in the lush jungle, with wildlife close to reach, in total peace and harmony with nature!
“If you are going to Costa Rica for the wildlife sights and sounds there is no better place to stay then at Thomas and Lili's treehouse! This place was an oasis of relaxation and excitement. We seen many species of monkey, iguanas, toucans and many other incredible birds. Playa de Macha was beautiful and our favorite out of the 6 beaches we visited. We snorkled in tide pools and enjoyed this more secluded beach. If you are an active person the hike is not bad. We spent time at the pool daily. It is lovely, well maintained and served as a much needed cooling station. Thomas was an attentive host and assisted us frequently. The treehouse was a trip of a lifetime experience! Pura Vida xoxo”
Home w/ Private infinity pool maintains social distancing. New Sanitizing Protocols implemented. Luxurious, private jungle oasis home in absolute heart of Manuel Antonio - 3 BD plus loft/3BT plus 2 half BT, sleeps 13 and has a private infinity edge pool. Lush, tropical gardens surround home with picture-perfect ocean view sunsets. Top-of-the-line mattresses. 600 sq ft deck w/ roof and BBG gas grill. Large pool with 800 sq ft of tanning deck. Daily Monkeys, butterflies, sloths, birds.
“I spent a lot of time reviewing the former Guest’s experiences as posted and I was quite quite impressed. As a former President of the platinum advisory board with a major hotel corporation and almost 19 years of “lifetime Elite” status with them I traditionally have always vacationed at hotels. As of the last five years 90% of my travel has been with Airbnb. I’m finding the experiences incomparable. And this property is one of the highest rated I’ve ever seen on Airbnb. Rather than be redundant, because every review talks about the beauty of the property. The incredible immersion with nature. How spotless the home is. How incredible easy it is to work with the host. I would love to try to offer some additional insights. First off I feel a few travel hacks might be useful. Number one, as you’re making your way most likely from San Jose to Manuel Antonio there’s a small town about 15 minutes outside. Stop there and stock up on essentials. Bottles of water, milk for the coffee, and any type of food that you choose to maintain in the refrigerator. The kitchen is very chef friendly. If you go to the market across the street which claims to be organic market, although interestingly it also peoclaims itself a liquor store. in hindsight that’s probably brilliant marketing because you leave no stone unturned! However if you thought Whole Foods was expensive, this makes Whole Foods look like Supervalu market! We literally got water coffee milk and a few other odds and ends and spent $200 for one bag of groceries. So my suggestion is, do like the locals do. When I walk into a restaurant or supermarket and I don’t see any locals eating there I know it’s a tourist trap. There are two main beaches. There’s a big tourist beach which kind of has the feel of Venice Beach California or Hollywood Beach Florida. There’s also a more remote beach that’s very private although you have to walk down a somewhat steep tricky incline path but once you maneuver it you’re at a beautiful beach oasis! (Christopher the Guest liaison can give you more specifics) The best restaurant that we discovered was actually a little falafel house just a few yards away from the house. The best pizza was the wagon wheel restaurant. There is a wonderful little bakery on your way down to the tourist beach on the right hand side that makes amazing coffee and has fresh bakery products that are very reasonably priced. Christopher also referred a wonderful personal driver by the name of Roni. He was always attentive and available for us whenever we needed to go someplace and was about the same price as a typical Uber. I will say that perhaps the most meaningful experience we had was one that you never want to have while you’re on holiday. The very last night my travel companion got very ill. Most likely something he might’ve eaten that didn’t agree with him. But it 10 PM at night his temperature was 102 and it kept climbing, he was also very disorientated. I reached out to Christopher the property manager and within 15 minutes we had a doctor and an EMT by his bedside administering to him. They brought in an IV and pumped him up for the fluids and within 15 minutes he was back on his feet and 100% recovered! Apparently a combination of some sunstroke as it had been almost 100° that day and also probably eating something that didn’t agree with him. My point is you can’t even get that kind of medical care in the States so quickly! I was expecting to at least pay $1500-$2000 For an emergency late night medical team dispatched to a house that administer the personal IV and other medications. I was pleasantly surprised when the cost for everything was just a little over 300 bucks. Less than the cost of an emergency room visit in the States! It’s better to have it and not need it then need it and not have it! But I was so impressed that even that late at night I could get a hold of Christopher and he was involved in something personal but dropped everything to come to our rescue! That is something that you can’t put a price tag on and it makes all the difference when you’re traveling in a different country in a remote area! I really could continue to go on and on but I’m beginning to think that maybe Airbnb limits how long your testimonials can be! So the last thing I’ll add, is I was so impressed by Christopher and by working with Heather. I was so overcome with the beauty of the property and the incredible location. I was inspired to do something that I’ve never done in all my travels. within 10 minutes of walking into the property, I re-booked my next trip back! I can’t think of a greater compliment and testimonial than that factual statement!”
Located in the heart of Manuel Antonio, comfortable, safe and fully equipped with kitchen, one bedroom, one bathroom and spacious living room, supermarket 50 m. Extra services: laundry, yoga classes on the beach, tours to amazing waterfall, and shuttle to the Airport.
“This was my second time staying at Caro and Iñi’s place. They are wonderful hosts, very friendly and welcoming. The apartment is so cute, and has everything you need to be comfortable. The location is great, off the main road but walking distance to many local restaurants and the bus. They have made improvements to the property since the last time I visited, some new furniture and the garden keeps getting more and more beautiful. I highly recommend this for a safe and relaxing place to stay, and I will definitely stay here again. Gracias!”