At the south end of the village of Hatillo, distinguished by a large red hibiscus hedge on the east side of the road through the village on the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, 6 km north of the surfing town of Dominical, and 35 km south of Quepos, 3 km away from Hacienda Baru, a National Wildlife Refuge that offers a wide variety of rainforest tours & activities. Alma de Hatillo is just a 25-minute walk, or five minute drive, to a spectacular 10 km-long beach.
In each room, guests will find custom-made bamboo furniture and original artwork, a private bathroom with hot shower, and a ceiling fan that will keep you cool through the night, mini-fridge, coffee maker, utensils and dishes, microwaves are available as well. You can enjoy your freshly brewed morning coffee, or an evening tea on the cabin's shared veranda. Alma de Hatillo is ideal for group bookings, such as yoga retreats, executive getaways, running clinics, and photography workshops.
Each morning guests will be treated to a continental breakfast of local fresh fruit and fresh-squeezed juices, excellent Costa Rican coffee, toast and home made preserves. Guests of Alma de Hatillo stay in the two-bedroom cottage with full kitchen or in one of eight well appointed rooms. Clustered into three cabins, the rooms are conveniently located between the pool and dining room. Located at the edge of the forest, across a beautiful brook, is the yoga platform.
Guests of Alma will find many activities on the property and near-by that are geared toward the 'sunbather' in all of us. Located at the edge of the forest, the yoga platform offers a tranquil place for yoga practice and meditation. The pool offers a great place to cool off. A short 25-minute walk from the property is a spectacular 10 km-long beach, which is great for walks and basking in the sun. The turtle hatchery at Hacienda Baru allows visitors to participate in turtle preservation activities. Turtle season runs from July to the end of November.