2 bedroom sustainable home in the heart of the osa peninsula - sleeps 6

2 bedroom cabin / bungalow near Matapalo

$1,855 - $3,150weekly

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$1,855 - $3,150weekly

2 bedroom sustainable home in the heart of the osa peninsula - sleeps 6

Property Information

THE PLACE at THE END of the ROAD Carefully crafted to exist in harmony with nature, CASA DEL CABO is focused on the outside world with a fully open living space amplifying the natural ocean breeze and eliminating the need for air-conditioners or fans. The house is built to be gentle on the surrounding environment – we want to leave the Osa Peninsula a better place than we found it and we hope our guests will feel the same. The main structure and the floors are built with ironwood, the roof is purple heart, and the outside decks are Ipe wood. These exotic woods are from fallen trees and locally harvested. With an open air house you will hear the sounds of the sea while you sleep. The division between the rainforest and you dissolves, and your senses become finely tuned to the amazing environment around you. In the garden below the house we have planted hundreds of banana plants, a couple of durian trees, a few guanabana trees, and some other exotic fruit. Besides attracting wildlife, the fruit trees provide you with the option of eating the freshest possible fruit right from the tree. There are also plenty of coconuts and if you ask nicely Walter will open them with a machete. OUTSIDE OF THE HOUSE One of the last places in the world where primary rainforest grows to the high tide line, the Osa Peninsula is a hauntingly unique environment. This remote, lush and relatively unexplored corner of Costa Rica is home to over 2.5% of the entire world’s animal and plant species. Endangered species like Baird’s tapir, the white- lipped peccary, the Central American squirrel monkey and pot-bellied spider monkey inhabit the forests of the Osa. A place where jaguars still roam the jungles, scarlet macaws and toucans fly freely about and breeding populations of humpback whales swim by it’s shores, the Osa Peninsula holds one of the highest natural diversities on the planet, and has been described as the most biologically intense place on earth (National Geographic).

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Features & Amenities

Payments Accepted

Paypal

Personal Check

Wire Transfer

JCB Diners club

essentials

Handicap Accessible

Gas/Oil heat

Window AC

Smoking Allowed

Central AC

Electric heat

Pet Friendly

Phone

Broadband Internet

WIFI

Wood fireplace

Gas Fireplace

Families/Children

Child friendly

Crib

High Chair

Stroller

Swing set

Sandbox

Toys

Play room or area

Board Games

location

Front yard

Back yard

Patio

Deck

Ski-in/out

Direct Ski Access

Indirect Ski Access

Lake views

Mountain views

Lakefront

Ocean views

Beachfront

entertainment

Standard TV

HD TV

Cable

Satellite

CD Player

DVD Player

Xbox

Sony Playstation

Nintendo

Other game console

Pool table

Foosball table

Ping pong table

Pool - private

Pool - common

Hot tub - private

Hot tub - common

Other

Shopping

Live Entertainment

Restaurants

outdoor features

Biking

Boating

Fishing

Golf

Trails

Kite Surfing

Scuba Diving

Snorkeling

Wind Surfing

Skiing

Art Festival

kitchen

Microwave Oven

Spices

Dishes

Silverware

Cookware

Household Supplies

Gas BBQ

Charcoal BBQ

Coffee Maker

Dishwasher

bedrooms

King beds

Queen beds

Double beds

Single beds

Bunk Beds

pull-out couches

With TVs

Alarm Clocks

Cleaning Supplies & Services

Paid Linen service

Linens supplied

Washing Machine

Dryer

Laundry detergent

Vaccuum cleaner

Cleaning fluids

Trash bags

Toilet paper

Paper towels

Bath towels

Beach towels

Policies

Check-in Time

15:00

Check-Out Time

11:00

Cleaning Provided by Owner?

N/A

Deposit & Refund Policy

There are no refunds unless the range of dates specified in the contract and the total amount is recovered through another rental contract. If the property is able to be rented for the same time period at the same rate, Stay in Tamarindo will refund all payments. If Stay in Tamarindo cannot re-rent the property outside of 30 days, the company keeps the 25% deposit. If the cancellation comes inside the 30 days prior to the reservation and Stay in Tamarindo cannot re-rent, the company will reserve the right to keep the full payment.

Pricing

Nov 29, '15 - Dec 18, '15
$1,855Weekly
Minimum Rental Period: Daily

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Dec 19, '15 - Jan 3, '16
$3,150Weekly
Minimum Rental Period: Weekly

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Jan 4, '16 - Mar 18, '16
$2,065Weekly
Minimum Rental Period: Daily

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Mar 19, '16 - Mar 27, '16
$3,150Weekly
Minimum Rental Period: Daily

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Mar 28, '16 - Apr 30, '16
$1,855Weekly
Minimum Rental Period: Daily

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May 1, '16 - Jun 15, '16
$1,855Weekly
Minimum Rental Period: Daily

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$1,855 - $3,150weekly

2 bedroom sustainable home in the heart of the osa peninsula - sleeps 6

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