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Gorgeous 180 Year Old 1BR Joglo Bali Villa w/ Pool

4.85(37 reseñas)SuperanfitriónCosta Rica
Villa completa - Anfitrión: Jake
2 huéspedes1 habitación1 cama1 baño
Alojamiento entero
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The Joglo Tree house villa is an antique 180-year-old traditional farmhouse from the Java Islands of Indonesia. Tucked away on a private mountain top 20 acre estate just outside Dominical in Costa Rica, Joglo is a huge 1BR 1000 square foot home with another 900 sq ft wrapped around porch, featuring a private pool.

The Balinese villa is hidden among the lush tropical Rain Forest and will create an unforgettable and sensory stimulating stay unlike any other in Central America.

El espacio
Imagine ... staying in a 180 year old home from Bali 1900 feet above the jungle surrounded by ancient carvings and greeted by monkeys, toucans, sloths and forest filled with life and wonder.

The Joglo Tree House is located on a 20 acre property surrounded by 1000 acres of lush jungle with great 180 degree ocean views from Manuel Antonio to the Osa peninsula in the South.

Luxuriously private in style, nature filled Balinese structure that lends itself to easy soothing vibes, you’ll see sunsets from your wrap around porch, have our on campus chef prepare wonderful food, enjoy relaxing on-call massage and use our home as your own home base while in Pura Vida Costa Rica.

Acceso de los huéspedes
You are on a 20 acre compound, Private home and private parking.

You may also have access for daily Yoga practice on our 3000 sq foot House of Masters deck, found via quaint jungle paths from your villa.

Otros aspectos a destacar
Please read the following frequently asked questions:

Distance to beach, town and groceries:

We are atop the First hill from the ocean. We have cool nights, bug free life (mostly) and amazingly majestic sunsets.

We are about 10-15 minutes by car from town, surf, beach and groceries and we like it that way. Its great to go back to the privacy of your villa after a hot day at the beach!

Cash or credit cards:

Most of the activities in the area are accept credit cards but usually they have to be paid 1 day before making the trip.

Restaurants and shops will take credit cards. Plus we have ATM in town But especially in the high season it can run out of money. Also US$ are accepted everywhere. Do not change at the Airport it is a complete rip off.

Travel Insurance:

Travel insurance is highly suggested. Purchase your travel insurance within a week of purchasing your plane flight. We highly recommend that you add, “cancel for any reason” to your policy. Although normal trip cancellation will cover you for illness or injury, or for a travel companions illness, injury or death, it is limited to these.

With “cancel for any reason” you will receive a percentage (usually 75%-100%) of all pre-paid costs. With this coverage if something comes up, a wedding, a new job opportunity, injury or illness or other unforeseen reasons, you will be also covered.

How is the weather in the rainy (“green”) season:

Costa Rica has a lot of different climate zones and they are all very different. So it can or almost will rain at Arenal and it can be stormy in the Caribbean and in Dominical we have sunshine.

The rainy season in our area usually starts around April and goes until November

For us, it’s the preferred time of the year with rain starting in the afternoon 3-4 pm which refreshes everything. Pure sunshine and goodness until then.

Next morning sunshine guaranteed. The dry season especially March can be very hot and dry.

By the way, the internet weather for our area is complete nonsense and has nothing to do with reality on the ground!

How to arrive in Dominical:

In general 2 main ways. You rent a car in San Jose and drive down 3 hours

—OR—

You fly to Quepos with Sansa for about 20min and then rent a car in Quepos.

Most schedules you can find online!

** Please give yourself peace of mind and rent a 4x4.

What can I do in the area:

Manuel the caretaker can make reservations for tours like zip lining, diving, snorkeling, waterfalls, ... plus he can organize a massage in our Spa or in your room with Yerlin the Masseuse.
The Joglo Tree house villa is an antique 180-year-old traditional farmhouse from the Java Islands of Indonesia. Tucked away on a private mountain top 20 acre estate just outside Dominical in Costa Rica, Joglo is a huge 1BR 1000 square foot home with another 900 sq ft wrapped around porch, featuring a private pool.

The Balinese villa is hidden among the lush tropical Rain Forest and will create an unforgett…
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Distribución de las camas

Habitación 1
1 cama queen
Áreas comunes
1 sillón

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Secadora
Cocina
Lavadora
Wifi
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Jacuzzi
Detector de humo
Extintor de incendios
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The incredible balance of sand, sea and mountains makes Dominical a destination worth traveling to. It has clockwork sunsets with a fiery glaze, and dark volcanic sands that warm the ocean to balmy temperatures. Moments away from the beach are pools of fresh water and natural waterfalls that cascade down the mountainside.

Dominical lays on the Southern Pacific Ocean and is bordered to the north by the Río Barú, a freshwater river that runs from the mountains into the ocean. creating a rushing current that you can find and track as you walk along the beach. To the east 3000-foot mountains create a cloud forest, and to the south dark volcanic ash creates coffee colored beaches and coves.

Since the main part of the town of Dominical is set slightly back from the beach, it seems to magically disappear as you drift into the water, leaving only the tall beach palms and mangroves surrounded by fertile green hills to guide you along the coastline.

The international surfing community has known Dominical Costa Rica for many years. It became a destination in the early seventies by a group of spirited and dedicated surfers, and because of its consistently good waves Dominical has steadily gained in popularity over the last 30 years. The town has become a haven for surfers, with local restaurants offering “Starving Surfer” specials and nonstop surf videos. The unusual conditions of the beach give the surf its size, dependability and the gentle run off and white water splash that also make it perfect for learning. The wave is a beach break with a twist that originates from the mouth of the Río Barú to the north. The river empties out of the mountains to the east and deposits sediments that form into a sand bar that spreads like a pair of sleepy rabbit ears north and south of the mouth.

Only recently have people discovered and been attracted by its natural beauty. Not more than fifteen years ago the only buildings to be found were a few dilapidated fishing huts built by local fishermen. Since then the town has grown to over 700 permanent residents with a number of small beachfront restaurants, bars and cabins. Even with the emergence and growth of the town, it is possible to walk from one end of Dominical to the other in less than ten minutes.

The area surrounding Dominical, especially to the south, is almost completely unpopulated. Because of this, the area is full of hundreds of different species of exotic animals including; three different types of toucans, giant green and red iguanas, all four types of native monkeys, parrots of all sizes and hues, three toed sloths and various small cats such as jaguarondis and montegordos.

There are two national reserves (Hacienda Baru) in the immediate area, and three more only an additional hour and a half away (Manuel Antonio National Park, Corcovado National Park and Caño Island National Preserve) . To the south is the country’s underwater national park, Marino Ballena. Here it is possible to see a pristine underwater world with scores of multi-colorful marine creatures, coral reefs and jagged, ash black, volcanic rocks and tide pools. In a country full of beautiful views, lush landscapes, tropical attractions, and cloud forests, Dominical has the perfect balance between walking on soft sand or hiking along fresh water streams.
The incredible balance of sand, sea and mountains makes Dominical a destination worth traveling to. It has clockwork sunsets with a fiery glaze, and dark volcanic sands that warm the ocean to balmy temperatures…

Anfitrión: Jake

Se registró en junio de 2010
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Jake's here, living in Costa Rica, hosting old friends and new from around the world. Our properties are calm, easy, inviting and meant to cause joy, play and fun in the lives of those who visit. Cheers.
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Our wonderful caretaker will be available to you 7am to 10pm for questions, booking excursions, massages, private chef or anything else you may need.

I’m also on property and look forward to meeting you.
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Reglas de la casa
Llegada: 15:00 a 19:00
Salida: 10:00
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
Está prohibido hacer fiestas o eventos
Salud y seguridad
Comprometido a seguir el proceso de limpieza avanzada de Airbnb. Más información
Se aplican las pautas de distanciamiento social de Airbnb y otras pautas relacionadas con el COVID-19
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