A Cozy, Teak Bed and Breakfast in San Ramón, Alajuela, Costa Rica. Near the San José Airport and On the Way to Arenal, La Fortuna, Monteverde and Pacific Beaches.
Local Attractions | Secure Parking | High-Speed WiFi | Mountain Views | Fresh, Local Coffee | Five Clean, Comfortable, Ensuite Rooms | Hot-Water Showers | Private Entrances | Vegetarian Options | Airport Transfers | Gift Shop | Library
Casa Amanecer Bed & Breakfast in San Ramón, Alajuela, Costa Rica is just 45 minutes from the San Jose airport (SJO), on the way to La Fortuna, Arenal, the Pacific beaches, and Monteverde. Enjoy our many engaging activities right here in San Ramón! Plus, we are happy to help out with your trip itinerary and car rental.
Warm, Genuine Costa Rican Hospitality And Divine Breakfasts
We offer our guests fresh, Costa Rican-style breakfasts, using organic ingredients whenever they are available. We serve fresh-brewed, local coffee, herbal teas and fresh tropical fruit and juices with our delicious, wholesome breakfasts. Enjoy your first meal of the day out on our open veranda in the fresh, mountain air as the sun rises over the majestic mountains, including ancient, dormant volcano Espíritu Santo nearby to the east.
Inviting, Modern Home and Gardens with a Gorgeous View
Just 5 minutes from the lovely town of San Ramón, our modern, teak and concrete structure — designed by Costa Rican architect, Luis Diego Quirós, and published in Su Casa architecture magazine — is nestled in the coffee plantations, overlooking the majestic mountains to the east, and protected by a massive, stone wall with a teak gate. Surrounded by picturesque hills of shade-grown coffee and tropical plants, we are frequented by many birds such as parrots, hummingbirds, hawks, woodpeckers, oropéndulos, cuckoos and toucans.
Stay a While and Discover the Enchanting, Rural Western Central Valley
Located in the western part of the Central Valley, just before the descent into the Pacific tropical lowlands on the Interamerican Highway, Casa Amanecer has many nearby attractions such as:
• Enchanting cloud forest where Quetzals nest (Feb. – Jun.)
• An informative and friendly coffee tour
• Horseback riding in a pristine valley or to an exclusive waterfall
• Safe and exciting zip lines and canyoning adventures
• Old fashioned “trapiches” (sugarcane mills)