November 5 - 11, 2017
- With Cydney Connor and Irene Alpizar
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The third floor is a loft with ladder-type stairs to reach it.
In this loft are two small private rooms, each with a queen-size bed and an interesting, narrow triangle-shaped window with a view. These private rooms overlook the main room, but there are curtains for privacy for guests who need it.
The bed is made from local Melina and Teak.
Each room has its own ceiling fan.
The structure has six round “nest beds”, each of which is hanging from ropes. They have their own lighting, a personal fan, a mosquito net (not that you really need it) and are perhaps the coolest beds in the world.
There are 2 nest beds on the first floor, and 4 on the second floor, so total 6 of these. They’re close together, very cozy. For guests who want privacy, the loft rooms above are best for you.
We have two single beds on the first floor, for those of you who might not like the movement/motion of the hanging beds.
During the day, these beds will probably end up being used from time to time by everyone, because they’re also our sofas! On the upside, they’re the closest to the kitchen, for grabbing a midnight snack.
Although these are on the bottom floor, they’re still around 20 feet above the creek bed below, so they have a nice view.
You can bring a tent and set it up on the farm. You’ll still be able to use our bathrooms and showers. Some people like this for privacy, especially couples. This is a better option in dry season unless your tent is really waterproof.
Please note that you will need to bring your own tent, mattress, pillows and bedding.
You can stay in Joseph’s treehouse, which is booked and paid for separately on the AirBnB site: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/3164732
(It’s usually booked far in advance because it’s so popular.)
Please note that this lodging type cost does not include the rental fee for the tree-house (billed on Airbnb separately).