It is a small private house which has a big room and a living room. This room can host comfortably three people. The principal room has a King size bed (2m x 2m) and the living room has a twin bed. If you wish, the kids can enjoy a DVD movie. It is wheelchair accessible.
Bed size:1 king 2 singles
It is a small private house which has a big room and a living room. This room can host comfortably three people. The principal room has a King size bed (2m x 2m) and the living room has a twin bed. If you wish, you can enjoy a DVD movie. It is wheelchair accessible.
Bed size:a King size bed and the living room has a twin bed
Romantic, located in a private environment, offers a spacious room with King size bed (2m x 2m). External jacuzzi, perfect environment to share a glass of champagne and enjoy the peace in the garden
Bed size:King size bed
The building conception of the houses has 3 separate bedrooms. Each one has its own entrance with a small terrace. From your terrace you can enjoy the variety of gardens. Upon entering you will be impressed by the bright and spacious environment.
Five rooms are furnished with a queen bed “queensize” (1.8m x 2m), one bedroom has two single beds (1.2m x 2m), two rooms are furnished with double bed (1.5m x 2m) and a single bed (1.2m x 2m) for max. 3 people.
The hotel is located outside of Cahuita, 3km from the village and only 20 minutes walking from the black beach. It offers a sense of peace and security, a small piece of land where you are lulled by the music of nature. The place is green year round, ideal for nature lovers. The dry months are September and October, November to February rather rainy, and the rest of the year with plenty of sunshine with occasionally precipitation in the late afternoon.
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Cahuita, in the South Caribbean, is a truly charming town; a real Caribbean town where time seams to be stopped, with heaven on Earth beaches surrounded by dense tropical forest, shores of the turquoise sea, the black and white sand beaches and coral reef, more than an ecosystem is represented here.
The Afro-Caribbean culture is everywhere; an African legacy reflected in the architecture, gastronomy, music, and in the people, whose roots come from turtle fishers that settled down three hundred years ago. Nowadays, Cahuita is a multicultural town, with settlers from all around the world.
Cahuita was baptized by the Miskito Indians, who were turtle fishermen. Cahuita in their language means “place were the sangrillos grow”. The sangrillo is a tree species with yellow flowers which is very common in this area.