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I've found the "Ojo del Mar" website when searching for accommodation in la Osa.
The hotel's concept looks nice, the pictures as well.
Unfortunately I even didn't booked after the despotic answer from one of the owner when I queried for availability and prices.
Response from ojodelmar, Owner at Ojo del MarResponded 29 May 2012
1. Yes, we do ask for your credit card information to confirm your reservation ( we don't know of any place in Costa Rica or elsewhere who doesn't !) and we have done so with all our past guests without a problem.
2. For security...More
I will just confirm all the glowing descriptions of this delightful place. Nico is an incredible cook and a wonderful host. Michelle found us an excellent guide for our Corcovado hike - Alberto Hernandez Quintero - who spoke excellent English, knew the flora and fauna,...More
If you want the nature experience in Costa Rica...look no further. Nico has made it happen with some help from others, of course, but she is the radiant light that makes Ojo del Mar an oasis on the Osa .
My wife and I spent...More
The Ojo del Mar is an absolutely lovely getaway --it's grounds are especially spectacular: it's lush and green with many beautiful exotic plants. It also has a great communal feel with a wonderful open concept kitchen/dining room where guests mingle over ridiculously delicious meals. Wouldn't...More
We stayed at Ojo del Mar for the first time in 2010. We knew we had to go back there, we never stopped thinking about the uniqueness and beauty of this place.
So we went back in Jan 2012. Again, it was an amazing experience!...More
1. We weren't there during a retreat, but there is plenty of privacy if you need that. One of our favorite parts of the stay were the dinners. It was particularly amazing because everyone staying there gathered and shared... More
1. We weren't there during a retreat, but there is plenty of privacy if you need that. One of our favorite parts of the stay were the dinners. It was particularly amazing because everyone staying there gathered and shared stories/suggestions. We met some truly amazing people and I'm sure the retreat would be the same.
2. the land ends at the beach. Some of the rooms are a short walk. At the most, 1 minute. It's literally right there.
3, There are a ton of interesting areas near by. There isn't really a town, but that's what makes it so enticing. There is one restaurant in town. It's a few hundred yards from Ojo Del Mar.
4. There are plenty of excursions close by. Hiking, climbing, horseback riding etc. Not sure on the ATVs, but I would bet you could rent some close.
Hope this helps!
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"see above. In the dry season surely a hut at the beach is ok."