Villa Pão De Açúcar Beach Getaway in Rincón
On the beautiful northwest portion of the island known for its surf and sunsets. This destination has been recently remodeled. It is a 1,200 square foot (not including terraces) open floor plan two bedroom, two bathroom home with air conditioning in the bedrooms.The house is on a hill and it features large, open terraces with ocean views. It is a 4 Minute walk down to Sandy Beach and a 7 minute walk back up. Master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a king sized bed. The second bedroom has a bunk bed, a single bed on top and a full-size bed below, and an additional pull-out single bed; three total beds.
The kitchen comes equipped with pots, pans, silverware, blender, and coffee maker. The living room has a couch with a sofa bed for two people.
Villa Pão de Açúcar is surrounded by Nature. It has 2 bedrooms with a large open terraces with awesome views.
Other things to note
Villa Pão de Açúcar is minutes away to the nearby pueblo and less than 15 minutes away from over 20 restaurants. You will be surrounded by nature and Peace.
*There is a two night minimum stay. Price does not include 7% taxes and $350 check-out cleaning fee. Premium rates apply during holidays.
$350 – $550* per night
$650* per night During Holiday Season
Finca Tapia Features:
- Two Bedrooms, Two Bathroom Updated Home
– 5 Total Beds; A King, A Full-size, 2 Twin-size, and a pull-out couch
- Ocean Views
- Open Floor plan with cross ventilation.
- Modern Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Multiple sitting areas inside and outside
- Large Terrace
- Ceiling fans and Split AC Units in the bedrooms
- Wireless Internet
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