Cashew Hill Jungle Cottages
Cashew Hill is an out of the ordinary place, just minutes by foot, from the center of Puerto Viejo. Walk up the path by the soccer field and find a sanctuary like no other. Glorious gardens with tropical plants of every type, birds of every color, butterflies, sloths, kinkajous, ocean views, swimming pool, catering, ocean breezes and…
Cozy cottages, designed with comfort and harmony in mind, await you. Cashew Hill has seven cottages designed with fully-equipped kitchens, sleeping rooms, living areas, verandas, pleasing bathrooms, parking and security.
Canopy Cottage: a one-story, two-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage looking out into the jungle canopy. Sleeps 2 - 6
Salsa Brava Cottage: a two-story, one-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage with a view of the famous Salsa Brava surfing wave. Sleeps 1 - 3
Playa Negra Cottage: a one-story, two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage with a view of Playa Negra. Sleeps 2 - 6
Great Potoo Cottage: a one-story, two-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage with a laurel tree where the great potoo loves to sit, just outside. Sleeps 2 - 6
Kinkajou Cottage: a two-story, one-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage where you are bound to hear the kinkajous chattering in the trees. Sleeps 1 - 3
Sloth Cottage: a two-story, one-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage where you will likely see sloths climbing, in nearby trees. Sleeps 1 – 3
Todo Bien Cottage: a two-story, three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage with a huge gourmet kitchen. Sleeps 3 - 8
Rent a cottage for a few days, a week or a month and enjoy being in a quiet, private location, with only a short five-minute walk to beaches, restaurants and shops.
This page last modified 20 Sep, 2011
The folks from Arte Viva; EDACS, the School of the Arts of Puerto Viejo--invites you to participate in their annual meeting on March 2 at 3:30 in the Casa Cultura to get started in the planning for Arte Viva 08.
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