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Monday, March 22, 2010
Coyote Mountain of Costa Rica
The eco-lodge Inn, Coyote Mountain of Costa Rica, is an exclusive nature retreat providing today’s harried traveler with a superlative location for relaxation and recreation, outdoor exploration, and Costa Rican hospitality. This inn provides an unparalleled place from which to enjoy Costa Rica’s riches.
While here, savor tropical elegance from the eco-lodge Inn at Coyote Mountain of Costa Rica, an exclusive nature retreat providing today’s harried traveler with a superlative location for relaxation & recreation, outdoor exploration, and Costa Rican hospitality. An unparalleled place from which to enjoy Costa Rica’s riches, the Inn’s 70-acre forested property boasts a Mediterranean climate and breathtaking vistas of the Pacific and Nicoya Peninsula.
Centrally located within Costa Rica, boutique hotel Coyote Mountain offers elegant dining, bird watching, nature walks, hiking trails, gardens, abundant wildlife, orchids, and three kinds of tropical forest amidst the splendor of surrounding coffee fields. Coyote Mountain is a small & secluded place--with just 4 guest rooms--and a true eco-lodge. The hotel is managed by Costa Ricans from this traditional coffee-growing & 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.
Hello B&B Travelers -
I've been thinking about putting a blog up on ibbp.com for awhile. I started ibbp back in 1995 because I love staying at bed and breakfasts and traveling. Hotels are great, but I have found that B&Bs offer visitors a unique view of the location that they are exploring. When traveling to England, I found great pubs and historical sites that were not posted in the travel books. When traveling locally in the US, I have found the great local eateries and activities that may not be posted anywhere else. How about you? I'd love to hear your bed and breakfast experiences and any travel tips for locations that you have visited. Did you stumble upon a castle that many people would not know about? Did you visit a city that we might overlook? Let us know. I'll also post places I've visited and interesting sites that we all may overlook. Happy travels.