My tico-swiss family and I live in liberia. We installed a little room apart with a privat bath. There is one individual bed and an extra matress to put on the floor. No air condition but ventilation.
“I really enjoyed my stay with Susanne and Noel! They are a very sweet couple with super cute kids and a puppy I became best buddies with. The room was super cute and unique and cozy and convenient to have the private bathroom/shower. The fans were perfect for night time sleeping. They were very considerate about the breakfast. Center of town was like an 18 minute walk and it was totally fine or you could do a $3 Uber ride. Felt like you were living with the locals. <3”
El apartamento, se encuentra en un condominio privado muy seguro, un ambiente muy relajado y tranquilo.
“This was a last-minute reservation under difficult circumstances. Karen was communicative throughout the process and the apartment was exactly what we needed for a one-night stay before flying back home. Also, the apartment complex had great music playing during the evening! Very good value.”
This house is near the town center and the bus stop. Tilarán is near Monteverde, La Fortuna de San Carlos, Cañas and not too far from San Jose. We are only 1 hour from Liberia airport and Guanacaste beaches, 10 minutes from Lake Arenal and 1 hour from Volcano Arenal. This is a great location to be near everything. Tilarán is a town where you can stay and feel at peace. Our Airbnb is a special place to come and rest.
“Ana and Roberto were gracious hosts and made us feel welcome in their home. We would highly recommend a stay with them. Ana speaks English, but we wanted to use our Spanish, and Ana made sure she spoke clearly, so we could understand her. Their house was clean and we had everything we needed in the bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen, and were able to park our rental car on the street in front of the house. Depending on how fast you drive, their house is 90 to 120 minutes from Tenorio and Monte Verde/Santa Elena. The road to Tenorio was seriously pot-holed, and the road to Santa Elena was somewhat better; we we made it to both in a normal passenger car (in the dry season). Ana and Roberto offered excellent suggestions for walking/hiking destinations that were much closer, and that we enjoyed. Tilaran was a very pleasant town, and we were able to get everything we needed for cooking, setting up our phone, and doing a minor equipment repair. We had a bit of a hard time finding their house when we got to town, but got close and then asked around and people knew them and pointed us in the right direction. If you use Waze for navigation, set your destination as "Barrio La T, Guanacaste Province, Tilaran." When you get to the top of the hill, turn left and the house is the second house on your right after after your turn.”