B&B Jardín de los Monos
1 Min. From The Beach & Monkeys In The Garden
Our Bed and Breakfast in Costa Rica is located 1 minute walk from the beach and surrounded by a lovely tropical garden where monkeys and sloths are seen very regularly. Observe them from your hammock at your outdoor living area or from one of our lounge decks in the backyard. Our 2 rooms come with a big king size bed, a private bathroom and are cleaned daily.
We are proud of our wide breakfast menu; freshly made. Try out our homemade bread and Dutch pancakes! Don´t worry about your car; you can park it behind our gate. We are an adults only Bed and Breakfast.
Escape The Crowds!
B&B Jardín de los Monos is located in the peaceful beach community of Playa Matapalo Costa Rica near Quepos and Dominical. Considered a hidden paradise by many. Nonetheless, very easily accessible over newly paved roads (the last part is unpaved but no 4×4 needed). Enjoy this gorgeous beach and its long views in privacy; no crowds here!
Our Bed and Breakfast has 2 restaurants and 1 mini market on walking distance (about 1 km/ 0.6 mi). The nearest bus stop is 2.3 km (1.3 mi) away. We can arrange taxi service but the best way to stay at Playa Matapalo is with a car.
The Bed and Breakfast is centrally positioned to explore the stunning natural beauty of the region. Tourism high-lights as; Manuel Antonio National Park near Quepos, the lively surf village of Dominical, Nauyaca waterfalls, Marino Ballena National Park in Uvita; they are all easily accessible from Playa Matapalo Costa Rica.
Heading to Corcovado National Park? Jardín de los Monos is the perfect stop to enjoy a couple of beach days and unwind.
- direction: turn right after Rafiki Beach Camp and after about 150 m (164 yd) turn left; we are located left from Casa Aba
- price: USD 75,- per night per room (2 people) is our standard rate (including breakfast)
||from soccerfield on beach: 750m west, 150m north, 25m west | Playa Matapalo, Savegre, Quepos, Puntarenas, Costa Rica
||(+506) 8826 1794
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This page was last updated: 08 March 2016