|Per week||$650 - $850|
|Per month||$2,000 - $2,600|
A car is necessary for this rental and we offer discounts on rental cars. The house has hot water in the showers and the kitchen. It is in an extremely safe area and very peaceful. Give us a call or email, we are here to help with travel tips and advice.
The Hacienda which faces east offers spectacular sunrises over looking the waterview of the Gulf of Nicoya and the far distant mountains of Manuel Antonio and Jaco beach. Beside offering a unique scenery from the upstairs and downstrairs teak verandas, the main focus tends to be the 2 ancient 120 year old mango trees and the surrounding tropical gardens, the mature Palms and Fruit trees. The tranquility of the property, with horses roaming freely, monkeys howling in the jungle and enchanted birds, will give you an unique experience of Costa Rican living.
The whole area is a delight for everyone, still very simple and authentic with just enough activities and services in an untouched natural environement.
|Dec 01 2013||Aug 30 2014||-||-||$850||$2,600||-|
|Sep 01 2014||Nov 30 2014||-||-||$650||$2,000||-|
|Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 12 p.m.|
|Deposits: Weekly rates include all taxes and departure cleaning We request a deposit of 50% of the rental period to hold and secure the dates, once reserved the dates are yours. There are no refunds for reserved dates, the balance is due 30 days prior to the rental period. Upon arrival we request a $250 security deposit to cover any possible damages. For rental periods 2 weeks and over please see "Other Fees"|
|Payment Options: Visa, Money Order, Mastercard, Cashier's Check, Personal Check, PayPal|
|Other Fees: Weekly rates include all taxes and departure cleaning For periods over 1 weeks we also deduct electrical and trash removal from the security deposit and arrange a weekly cleaning fee to be added to the initial rental rate and from the $250 security deposit a deduction for electrical use and trash disposal. In effect the less electric you use and the less trash you create will be less|
February 10, 2011
I had seen great pictures of the place, but, knowing that pictures are usually very deceiving, I was skeptical of what I got myself into. Let me tell you, it was the complete opposite. The pictures did not do it justice. When I finally got here, it was pitch black outside and in the middle of a rain storm (near the end of rainy season). Let me tell you, even with low lighting and getting pounded by rain, I was astounded by the awesomeness of it. Four beautiful sleeping rooms with 2 baths, great chilling areas upstairs and down, awesome kitchen. And the best part was waking up and seeing the place and the surrounding landscape in the daytime. Let me tell you this, you will not find a better place than this anywhere. And, it now has WiFi, in the middle of the jungle, go figure. And those howler monkeys, how I miss those little bastards. Montezuma is great, the people are awesome and so chill. Beaches 5 minutes from the house, or 20 minute ride to mal pais on the pacific (awesome drive). You def need a 4x4 car, or atleast an ATV once you're here (lots of hills). Groceries (beer and toilet paper) and pretty anything you want can be found in town. Food is terrific at all the restaurants (go see maya at pugo's). I'll say the best part were the hosts. They put you at ease as soon as you meet them and they were so helpful for anything. Really good people. Took great care of us. I guess all I can say is you won't regret this. PV
Buffalo, New York
May 12, 2010
Went to see this place while the owner was still with the lovely wife that he beat. The guy drinks and does too much coke and has a horrible rep in town. Just a little research showed that I did not want to spend my hard earned vacation money with him. It is hard to believe that anyone has written nice things about this house. It is filled with a terrible vibe. There is nothing like watching his hired hand use poison or let the kids shoot arrows at the howler monkeys,or beat the poor horses. Disgusting... not to mention no one says nothing of the lack of security in Las Delicias and that you cannot leave your things unattended in the house. What a joke... who did you pay Miguel to write such lies about your "hacienda"?
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
February 24, 2009
The Hacienda Delicias is a great house with beautiful grounds. It is very quiet except for the monkeys.. We had a relaxing time there, enjoying our morning coffee with the view of the ocean. I would recommand this place for everyone, except for toddlers (not babyproof).
emily bertsch rado
August 13, 2008
We had a wonderful stay here. The house is in an extremely wonderful, quiet location. The only sounds are the sounds from nature. Time seems to stop here and you can truly enjoy just being here. All comforts from home are here, we cooked every day, and lived outside on the veranda. No Ac needed here, Real air! Waterfalls and state park nearby with beautiful beaches. If you are looking for a serene, safe place away from the hussle then this is the house for you. We stayed here in the rainy season, but it only rained at night and the days were a perfect mix of cool, breezy crisp mountain air.We loved the kitchen!The house and the environment! Thank you for having us stay here we would like to come again! Party of eight.
Idaho Springs, Co
April 16, 2008
How nice it was, to be close enough to town and the beaches, but to have our own little sanctuary in the jungle. It was wonderful. The friendly locals and fresh fruit on the property made it hard to leave!
Idaho Springs, CO USA
March 16, 2008
My experience in Delicias could only be described as tranquil. The amount of rest and relaxation the Hacienda offered was better than any other vacation I have ever taken. The open air feel and friendly neighbors, including all the animals, made my experience so great. Being able to access the neighboring beaches and the Nature Preserve allowed for many fond memories. I will definitely keep this place in my memories.
Milwaukee, WI USA
January 24, 2008
Hacienda Delicias was everything we had hoped for. This charming and thoughtfully designed open-air home accommodated our group of 7 quite comfortably. Spacious and very clean with modern amenitites and rustic ambience. We thoroughly enjoyed our time there. It was definitely a beautiful place to retreat and relax while being surrounded by all the best of what Costa Rica has to offer: natural beauty! Pura Vida!
AUTHENTIC COSTA RICAN EXPERIENCE
I had the opportunity to spend 9+weeks in Costa this winter and was fortunate to vacation most of that time in the Montezuma area. First and foremost, Costa Rica is a unique place and much of the Nicoya Peninsula is very rustic and rural. Montezuma is no exception! If you are looking for a Holiday Inn or McDonald's, you should stay in San Jose. Likewise for paved roads. Staying at the residence owned by Miguel was a true Tico experience, from the rustic authentic home, perfect location, native vegetation, and assortment of local birds and jungle sounds. The house is situated on more than 6 acres and is extremely tranquil, clean, and well maintained. You have a great view of the ocean and the layout is exceptionally suited for outdoor living. After all, you are in Costa Rica and should spend as much time as possible outdoors. There is a 2 level outdoor area that is very comfortable and receives a nice breeze especially later in the evening. Star gazing is amazing! Although the bedrooms are not air-conditioned, there is really no need for A/C given the breeze and drop in nightly temperature. In fact, you will probably reach for an extra blanket. The kitchen is well equipped and the showers have plenty of HOT water. The nature sounds, from tropical birds to howler monkeys, serve as a natural alarm clock to help you jump start your day. The host offers assistance with rental car and tour activities. I took advantage of his help and saved quite a bit of money on my car rental (especially since part of the rental occurred in the high season when prices are at their greatest). A word about the roads. There are relatively few stretches of paved road and roads that are paved are full of pot holes. The dirt stretches can get very muddy in the rainy season and become extremely bumpy in the dry season. GET USED TO IT! The house is situated in the hills and the road leading to the house is very typical of the roads in general. It is all part of the experience. One of the neat things about the house is that it is located far enough away from the center of town to avoid the noise and traffic but is close enough so you can get into town and to all of the surrounding beaches in just a few minutes. Also, there is a back way that leads to the main town in the area (Cobano) and to the surfing beaches of Mal Pais and Santa Teresa. The house provides a true local experience. I highly recommend and will be returning next year.
Jay Bauman Raleigh NC