Me gusta sembrar todo tipo de plantas, flores, árboles frutalesNuestra gata: Pisquita
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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Small and cosy 2 bedroom village house surrounded by nature and located in a property of 2 hectares

Smoking allowed
Wireless Internet
Free parking on premises

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House Rules
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check in time is flexible
Check out by 12AM (midnight)

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Some pet(s) live in the house


1 night minimum stay

4 Reviews

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Immer User Profile
July 2017
Sonia and Julio are incredible hosts. Their home IS just like the pictures and was so inviting-we needed for nothing while there for 2 nights, wrapping up our vacation. Enjoyed their 2 dogs, their huge porch (especially siestas on the day bed), flora and fauna on their huge property, delicious breakfasts with fresh juice and afternoon coffee! It's only 10 minutes from SJO. We will definitely be back!

Michaela User Profile
September 2017
Wir haben den ersten und den letzten Tag unserer Reise bei Sonia und Julio verbracht. Es war das Beste, was uns passieren konnte. Wir haben uns sofort wie zu Hause gefühlt. Das Frühstück war super lecker und sie waren immer bereit zu helfen, wenn etwas war. Die Unterhaltungen waren hoch interessant und eigentliche wären wir gerne länger geblieben. Auf jeden Fall nur zu empfehlen. Danke Sonia und Julio

Michaela User Profile
August 2017
Wir würden sofort wieder dort hin. Sonia ist die perfekte Gastgeberin, extrem nett und hilfsbereit. Das Haus liegt in einem paradiesischen Garten und ist dennoch nicht weit vom Flughafen. Nur zu empfehlen.

Pedro User Profile
June 2017
Este es un hogar muy cálido y agradable. Especial para quienes aprecian conversar y compartir con anfitriones amables y con amplios conocimientos de la cultura costarricense. Está a unos 4 kms del aeropuerto y el traslado en taxi es barato.

Alajuela Province, Costa RicaJoined in March 2017
Sonia User Profile

¡Hola! My name is Sonia Rojas and I was born in 1963, in San José, capital of Costa Rica. I am married with Julio Carballo since December 2001.

I love cooking, traveling, art history, sports, going to the movies, plants, dogs, cats and much more.

When I finished High School in 1980 I decided to start studies in Fine Arts at UCR: The University of Costa Rica, because I do have a special empathy with graphic arts. After four years of studies I achieved a degree in Art Publisher.

While I was studying, I served to the Government of Costa Rica for 8 years, as an Immigration officer at Juan Santamaría International Airport in Alajuela, Costa Rica, and that experience gave me the opportunity to interact with people from all over the world.

In 1990 I participated in a project intended to support and advise Peace Corps Volunteers from the United States, while they were learning the Spanish Language here in Costa Rica. The experience of teaching Spanish was very rewarding and encouraged me to return to UCR: The University of Costa Rica to study Spanish Philology –roots and composition of the Spanish Language-, which I completed.

Reading is one of the nicest daily activities for me so I also completed a Master’s degree Program in Literature, with an emphasis in Latin America and Costa Rica.

In the past 25 years I have worked at ICLC, The Costa Rican Culture and Language Institute, coordinating International communications, preparing Spanish Teachers on the experience of teaching Spanish as a Second Language, testing the Spanish levels of participants at the beginning of the program, training staff members on their different duties, coordinating ICLC Volunteer and Internship Program and in the guidance of ICLC Homestay Program.

I have studied abroad in Denver, Colorado, USA, Toulon, France and in Florence, Italy, with the goal to learn the language and culture and to have a better understanding of specific situations that a study abroad program could involve.

When we started ICLC project in 1992, The Costa Rican Culture and Language Institute, the endeavor that we had in mind was to share the Costa Rican culture with visitors from other countries, because Costa Rica is a country full of friendly people and with a lot of beautiful places that visitors can enjoy.

I hope you can visit Costa Rica soon.

Languages: English, Español
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