Playa Zancudo Rental
Zancudo Beach is the home to a quaint, but spacious bed; breakfast resort on the Pacific Coast beach
The house is located near Zancudo Point. The Point is where the Pacific beach on the Golfo Dulce and the Río Coto Colorado meet.
The Rio Coto Colorado connects Zancudo to the port town of Golfito with a twenty-minute boat ride. The Río Coto gives this local fishing village, of less than 500 people, access to the southern Pacific for world class fishing.
Boat Taxi’s run daily to Golfito for shopping, banking or taxi or bus are available to go to the border town of Paso Canoas on the Panama border.
Pavones, one of the most famous left surfing breaks in the world, is nearby. Pilon point break is closer and Zancudo Beach Break gets really good.
The left end of the house is the guest quarters which are separated from the main house by a three foot breeze way.
Guest quarters features:
• two bedrooms with privacy
• large bath with hot water
• air conditioning
• queen bed and 4 twins .
• large closets for space .
• breakfast on the veranda
The right end of the house features:
• One king bedroom/private bath with over sized bathtub
• Guest bedroom with two twin beds & large bath with tiled shower. Exotic wood kitchen with stainless appliances.
• Dining room and large eat-in kitchen bar.
• Living room has double French doors leading onto the 75 foot veranda.
• Custom decorative security iron works on windows and french doors.
There is an out door bath house. Under the house one can park cars/4 wheelers/boat/jet ski .
The large garden encourages guest to pick fresh banana, mango, pineapple, limes, lemons and cashew fruit. Guest also enjoy photographing & watching the squirrels, iguanas and a large variety of birds.
The property is right on the beach; swim, fish, best driftwood in the world, sunsets over the Osa Peninsula.
Local bars, restaurants, grocery, bakery are within walking distance.
Contact us for the rates.
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