The Beach House was built 80 meters from the shoreline. From your veranda you’ll enjoy the most fantastic view on the ocean and botanical gardens.
Built entirely from fallen Nispero (loquat) trees that oxen dragged from deep in the rainforest, the Beach House lies 80m from the shoreline, so you can actually lie in bed and watch waves lap the beach. A thatched dome roof, shuttered windows and rattan walls keep it cool and airy inside, and a beautiful wooden staircase spirals up through the centre.
This is also a split-level design, with a master bedroom on the top floor and an open-plan living space down below – home to a second double bed, a sitting area and a kitchen. The house is great for families (2-5) and there’s an additional single bed for kids who don’t want to share a double with a sibling.