Unique colonial beautiful home

Granada, Nicaragua
Unique colonial beautiful home
4 bedrooms
8 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4.5
Sleeps: 8
Type: Villa
Per night: $275 - $300
Per week: $1,800
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Granada vacation villa rental
Casa Agualuna
Casa Agualuna is like no other house in Granada. This beautiful new home has so many unusual and fun touches, we don 't know where to begin!

As you enter the home, you encounter a comfortable and inviting living area, a great place to watch TV or read a book. Like all colonial style homes, the main focus of the house is the indoor garden and surrounding corridors. Casa Agualuna surprises you with a raised living area, surrounded by water and the mango shaped swimming pool. The colors are vibrant with a Mexican flare that is fun and exciting. There is a beautiful open kitchen overlooking the garden area which is fully equipped with everything you need to enjoy a meal with friends. There is a large dining table for ten as well as a separate sitting area with custom-made banana leaf furniture.

Downstairs you will find three bedrooms, all with private baths, air conditioning and ceiling fans. There are two bedrooms with queen beds and the third has two twin beds. There is also a half bath and laundry room located on the lower level.

Upstairs, you will find a beautiful bedroom suite with a custom-made king bed. The patio has exquisite views of the church spiral and roof tops of Granada. The master bath is a place of luxury with beautiful stone and tile work, a rainfall shower, a Jacuzzi and a large dressing area.

Casa Agualuna is a luxurious home with all the amenities. If you want to pamper yourself, your family and your friends, this is definitely the home for you.

viviane Depasse

Area Information
Granada, the oldest Colonial city in the Americas, is a gemstone that in the past few years has been picked up, polished off and is beginning to shine. Located only one hour from the capital of Managua and 1.5 hours from the Pacific coast, Granada is a great place to make a base and travel the country.

The architecture alone is enough to make Granada a memorable destination but there is so much more here to see. The churches and cathedral are one of a kind and are being renovated to show off the splendor of the city. Granada is also a city of culture with museums, art galleries, music, dance and live theatre. Artisans are abundant and you can find everything from carved wooden pieces to silver and beaded jewelry. There is an art school, music school, dance and even clown school. Head to the park and grab a horse drawn buggy and take a tour of the city. Hear about the exploits of the American filibuster. William Walker, who declared himself president of Nicaragua back in 1856, only to be run out of the country a year later.

The isletas (small islands), all 352 of them, form a chain on the banks of Lake Nicaragua, the world 's 10th largest lake. You can take a boat tour of the isletas and see mangroves, monkeys, birds and, of course, the homes of some of Nicaragua 's wealthiest landowners.

There are approximately 167,000 people living in Granada; a 50% increase from 10 years ago. There is a large community of ex-patriots who have made Granada their home because of the low cost of living and the tranquil way of life. Amazingly enough, Granada has a large contingency of mature, single women who find Granada to be a safe haven and with many business opportunities. Tourism is growing and along with it comes opportunity. The face of the city is changing and Granada is now Nicaragua 's top tourist destination.

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Feb 20 2016 Feb 20 2017 $275 $300 $1,800 $6,500 -
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 12 a.m.
Deposits: 20 %
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, PayPal
Other Fees: waranty deposit $ 500.00
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