Villa Bonita offers you a space all your own, right next to the beach. This is more a home-away-from-home than a hotel, offering guests 4 bedrooms and 4 spacious bathrooms in a comfortable, attractive house.
Cabo Blanco Reserve is just a 20-minute drive south of Villa Bonita. This reserve covers 3,138 acres (1,270 ha) and protects a huge variety of native species. Like so much of Costa Rica, this rainforest park has an incredible number of birds. You also have a good chance of spotting howler monkeys, coatis, armadillos, and sloths – among many other exotic species. Mal País is known for its year-round surfing, and conditions are almost always excellent. Villa Bonita sits just off the coast of Santa Theresa beach. Santa Theresa is just one of the beaches you can explore in the area. If you drive or walk 3 miles (4.7 km) south, you’ll reach the end of this stretch of coast in the old fishing village of Mal País. All of these beaches are equally good destinations for people who want to swim, sunbathe, and take romantic sunset strolls. Staying here you'll also be a close walk to the area's most popular restaurants and bars.
From the outside, the villa looks like a traditional Costa Rican villa, with a roof made of clay tiles and traditional thatch. In the backyard you’ll find an attractive manmade pool and cushiony patio furniture. If you have younger travellers, send them to go get rid of energy on the playground.
This villa has roomy communal areas where you can cook, dine, and socialize. There is a 42-inch plasma TV in the living room. The kitchen is fully stocked, with all the basic equipment you will need to make a nice meal. You can also use the grill on the backyard patio.
Rooms here have large windows and lots of sunlight. Each room has its own style and inspired decorative touches. Rooms here are connected to their own private bathrooms. You’ll have staff come to take care of all the upkeep, including cleaning, gardening, and pool maintenance.
The dining area is on the terrace. This terrace overlooks the garden, which thrives with tropical plants. The garden attracts a fair share of birds and monkeys, so you can see some of Costa Rica’s wildlife from the comfort of your patio.
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