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The price is per person per night. Minimum 2 people per room. It includes taxes, breakfast and guided walk in the forest of chayote Lodge. Enjoy your stay!

  • Recibidor Suite (Chayote)

    Recibidor Suite (Chayote)

    With a designe of local elements of the coffee culture.

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    Room facilities:Hot Water, Jungle View, Private Bathroom, Seating area, Sofa, Telephone, Terrace or balcony, WiFi

    Nestled along a terrace with an impressive view to the Central Valley, Poas, Barva ,Irazú volcanoes, coffee fields and pasture lands, each of the Recibidor boasts 535 sq feet of space. Each suite has been decorated by a local artisan’s exclusive furniture design and inspired by our coffee culture and rural lifestyle.

    Bed size:King

General

Chayote Lodge

Chayote Lodge lays in the outskirts of the mountainous central valley, located only 50 minutes away from San Jose Airport in Llano Bonito de Naranjo, and 1500 meters above sea level in the cloud forest. It boasts 12 spacious bungalows – first six accommodation opened by January 2015. They feature a private terrace with a breathtaking view of Poas, Barva, and Irazu Volcanos, as well as the Central Valley and the Nicoya Gulf in the Pacific Ocean seen on clear days.

Inspired by the rich coffee culture of the region, each nook of the property resembles a piece of the coffee picker’s story and their lifestyle. Moreover, Chayote Lodge’s architecture and design integrates the most noteworthy elements of the coffee culture. For instance, the bungalows will resemble the traditional Coffee Receiving Stations known locally as “Recibidores”.

Surrounded by coffee fields, green pastures, and a rich agricultural environment, the area depicts the best of a simple yet enriching Costa Rican tradition.

Its strategic location right in the middle of Costa Rica is a perfect gateway to discover different national parks, waterfalls, coffee fields, rural villages, local artisans, as well as enjoy the local lifestyle by visiting homes, gardens and city parks within the vicinity.

Children and extra beds

- Children under 6 years free, including breakfast . Up to two children per room.
- Children over 6 years extra adult rate.

Pets

Pets are not allowed.

Accepted credit cards

Visa and MasterCard.

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

12:00

Facilities

  • Gardens
  • Jungle View
  • Private Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Seating area
  • Terrace or balcony
  • WiFi

Internet

Free Wifi

Parking

free private parking (prior reservation is not required)

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Alajuela

AlajuelaAs the second largest province in Costa Rica, Alajuela is home to a vast variety of both man-made and natural attractions. The province is the site of one of the most pristine mountain ranges, the Cordillera Central range, in addition to several volcanic national parks. Travelers seeking a cultural experience will also enjoy this region,

Sports & nature

Zoo Ave Home to a variety of wildcats, monkeys and other native Costa Rican fauna, Zoo Ave is most well known for housing more than 100 different species of vibrant birds. This animal park is always lively, with feathers, scales and fur all heightened by the beautiful music of each species' unique voice. While Zoo Ave is a great place to learn more about native Costa Rican wildlife, the park's main mission is to breed animals that can be reintroduced into the wild. With such a great mission, you know your admission fee is going toward something worthwhile!

Arenal Volcano National Park As one of the most beautiful parts of the Costa Rican landscape, the Arenal Volcano, is an ideal spot for any traveler to visit. Its symmetrical shape makes it a true sight to see, while the storied history of the volcano has kept it at the top of traveler's lists for decades. Horseback riding, hiking and wildlife viewing are all available here. In addition, the area offers opportunities to go white water rafting down the Toro River, take a dip in one of the several hot springs, or go on an exciting canopy tour or a trek across hanging bridges. Less adventurous travelers can get a sprawling view along a sky tram canopy tour or go for a horseback ride to the stunning La Fortuna waterfall.

Poas Volcano National Park Poas Volcano may not be as sought-after of a traveler destination as the Arenal, but this towering volcano is just as magnificent. Stretching up 8,885 feet tall, Poas is one of the most active volcanoes in the country. The raid-fed main crater is nearly a mile in diameter and descends nearly 1,000 feet. Besides the area around the main crater, the park features dense vegetation and is a great place for travelers to catch a glimpse of native wildlife. There are also several different life zones, including a cloud and mountain rain forest.

Doka Estate Noted for its unbelievable coffee, the Doka Estate is a must-see for any caffeine fiend. The coffee tour takes visitors through the process from seed to cup and teaches all coffee lovers about the entire production process . The family-owned coffee plantation began in the 1940s, and the family has perfected the craft of making the perfect cup of Joe. At the end of the tour, visitors will get to taste the rich blends that they learned about along the way.


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