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From: 139.00 USD per night 

Amenities

Restaurant
4 Rooms, 4 Rooms with Private Bathroom, 12 Guests

Activities

Nature Trails, Walking, Bird Watching, Hiking

Green Credentials

Alternative Energy Resources: Wind Power
Dietary Selections: Vegetarian
We take actions to: conserve heat, conserve water, install eco-friendly lighting, reduce oil/gas carbon emissions, compost waste food, recycle wherever possible, use bio degradable cleaning agents, use renewable natural furnishings, source food locally, offer local employment, instruct staff in green practices, include green room info packs, conserve/care for wildlife in our area, listed in Green Places to Stay and the EcoTravel Handbook

Nearest Transport Links

International Airport: San Jose

Ecolodge Inn at Coyote Mountain

Inn, San Ramon, Alajuela, Costa Rica

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The Inn and the Forest
The Inn and the Forest
An aerial view
An aerial view
The Observatory Room
The Observatory Room
Another of our superb Rooms
Another of our superb Rooms
All our rooms have private bathrooms
All our rooms have private bathrooms

Description

Retreat to the Heart of Costa Rica at the eco-hotel Inn at Coyote Mountain, an exclusive and romantic nature lodge providing today’s intrepid travelers with a superlative environment for outdoor adventure or total seclusion.

\Unlike most other Costa Rica hotels, the Inn offers an unparalleled place from which to enjoy Costa Rica’s riches, just a day trip from Arenal Volcano, Carrara National Park, or the Central Valley. The Inn’s 70-acre private nature preserve boasts a Mediterranean climate and breathtaking vistas of the Pacific and Nicoya Peninsula.

Coyote Mountain is a small & secluded place--with just 4 guest rooms--and a true eco-lodge, sister property to the renowned Trout Point Lodge of Nova Scotia. The hotel is managed by Costa Ricans from this traditional coffee-growing and ranching area and hires exclusively from the local community (within just a 2 km radius), uses wind power for electricity, maintains its own organic vegetable and fruit tree plantings, conserves energy and resources, and engages in local reforestation and nature preservation.

Coyote Mountain is a great place to get to know the authentic Costa Rica, in comfort but without pretension, and knowing that your patronage will help improve the local environment and economy. Centrally located within Costa Rica, boutique hotel Coyote Mountain offers everything a romantic hideaway should: elegant dining, bird watching, hot tub, mountain bikes, nature walks, hiking trails, gardens, abundant wildlife, an orchid house, and three kinds of tropical forest amidst the splendor of surrounding coffee fields.

Simply relax and enjoy the spring-like climate and home-made meals at the hotel. . . Or take advantage of the Costa Rica Creole Cooking School, where you'll explore the abundance of diverse ingredients and learn new cooking techniques.



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From: 139.00 USD per night, per room
Currency: United States of America, Dollars
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