Newly renovated and updated, Villa Three is a detached villa that is nestled amongst mountains and ocean views this peaceful gated preserve of Roma del Mar is an exquisite 'tropical jewel' is one of the worlds five ''blue zones'' boasts over 3000 sq ft of living space on a 1/2 acre lot.
The use of local materials such as terracotta tile and natural stones at Villa Tres is a nod to the surrounding jungle, and the open layout boasting high ceilings with floor to ceiling windows allowing in plenty of light and tropical breezes. Clean-lined sofas and chairs in shades of white, cream and tan are comfortable spots for sitting or dining, but don’t distract from the stunning views outside. The well-equipped kitchen has everything you can imagine including a gorgeous breakfast bar.
Each bedroom suite provides top-of-the-line bedding and handpicked furnishings to ensure warmth and style. Feel your cares melt away as you awaken each morning to the rays of warm sunrises; and when night falls, cool ocean breezes gently massage all your stress away. It's pure tranquility. Every moment in this villa inspires a sense of natural connection and exquisite retreat.
Enquire about our special discounts offered for long term rentals, escape from the busy and come enjoy this unique opportunity to experience beautiful Playa Naranjo. Close to local restaurants, bars, and a short walk to the on-site grocery store and only a few minutes’ walk to the beach, the property provides a real "getaway" feel, with its unique garden setting and visiting monkeys.
We are located within 3 miles from the ferry station which grants you convenient access to short day trips to Nicoya, Samarra, Carillo, Tambor and Paqueras (might we suggest Tortuga Island offering an incredible snorkeling experience).
Renters can easily access our walking distance grocery and liquor offering fresh baked goods that will leave you smiling with excitement. Visit one of our two private beaches and our step out onto our private pier for unforgettable fishing. There are also numerous beaches close by such as Playa Blanca a short 5 kms away and exceptional golf course at the Tambor Bay.
Breathe easy, in 2005 Costa Rican demographer Dr. Luis Rosero-Bixby revealed that Costa Ricans who survive to the age of 60 "have the longest life expectancy of anyone in the world". National Geographic funded an expedition, which confirmed Rosero-Bixby's findings and discovered further that in the specific region of Nicoya, in the northwestern part of Costa Rica, residents were longer-lived even than other Costa Ricans, making it the "Blue Zone" of the Americas.