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About Our Villa

Luxury, Secluded 6-Bedroom, 6-Bath Villa

Welcome to our Manuel Antonio home, a fully-staffed, 6-bedroom, 6-bath luxury Villa and Guest House in an unusually private and beautiful setting bordering the 50-meter Maritime Protection Zone. All six bedrooms now have air-conditioning. The Villa and Guest House are perched high above the Pacific, with ever present sea breezes and sounds of surf crashing below.


A few comments about our staff…

“Cecilia and Jota were excellent. Any request we had they met with a smile and in no time at all it was granted.”

M.E.Mc. New York, New York

“Cecelia and Jota were so accommodating – they took really good care of us and we were very pampered. Cecelia is such a great cook, and even with our limited Spanish we were able to communicate very well -once in awhile Jota would need to help us out.”

Cynthia HenryB. H, Houston, Texas

“Excellent!!!!! Both Jota and Cecelia were extremely nice and helpful. We loved the meals that Cecelia prepared for us. Can’t say enough about how helpful and kind they were – you are very lucky to have them working for you.”

D. G. Portland, Oregon


Quepos/Manuel Antonio is truly a natural paradise and you will never be bored here, no matter what your level of energy. The area is an idyllic place to relax and unwind or partake of an endless range of outdoor sports and activities.   There are, by our count, 10 beaches in the immediate area (and hundreds within easy driving distance). The water is about 85 degrees, and different beaches offer different wave characteristics, ranging from calm and glassy (good for young children) to very active surf that is fun for both body and board surfing.

Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park offers in a relatively small area (1,688 acres) an incredible range of topography, including rocky headlands, inland rainforest, and romantic white sand beaches and coves. The number of visitors to the park is limited, but there is usually no problem in the early morning, midweek, or during the off-season. There are several trails that wind through the various parts of the Park and a number of different beaches along the coastline within the Park. Nature guides are available and good ones are helpful in spotting some of the more camouflaged wildlife.