Private, stylish and secure in Uvita, this boutique eco-hotel offers an opportunity to live a short walk to the beach and earn income from the three cabinas. Easy 2wd access and only two minutes off the Coastal Highway, the property is an oasis in an emerging area. The structures on this 800 square meter property were completely renovated in 2016 from the ground up and feature a solar-power system that cuts your electric bill dramatically. The owners are also part of the Bahia Ballena Plastic Free Initiative, as sustainability is integral to their mission.
As you enter the electric bamboo gate, you find an improved parking area. The three cabinas line the left side of the landscaped walkway, the communal rancho (dining table/hammocks/charcoal grill/mini fridge) and swimming pool sit on the right side. The style is contemporary-tropical, evident in the construction and finishes. Guests will enjoy queen or king-sized beds, clean bathrooms with showers, a coffee bar, air conditioning, and a small patio outside. The entire property has fast wireless internet and cell phone signal.
Continuing toward the back of the property, you come to the main house and detached studio. The main house is actually two houses connected by a breezeway with access from all four directions. To the left is the dining area and bright kitchen with stainless steel appliances and gas stove and oven. There are two bedrooms with a shared bathroom in the middle. Through the breezeway, you come to the air conditioned living area with custom wood entertainment wall, a bright master bedroom, half bath, and office nook. In the front of the house, you will find a shady patio with hammock-chairs. Through the back sliders, you can access the outdoor shower, laundry room, and storage facility. The detached studio with full bath completes this stylish and functional main house.
This property is ideal for people looking to run a small, sustainable hotel near the beach in Uvita, now established as the commercial center of the Costa Ballena (all your lifestyle goods and services) and in the center of the Marino Ballena National Park.