This 15,000 meter (3.75 acre) scenic property is full of fruit trees...away from the noise and bustle of the city....and just a 10 minute walk downtown along the main street. The 50 square meter house is fully furnished with the cooking utensils, appliances, and laundry you'll need for an enjoyable stay. Even though the 2 extra long twin beds can accommodate up to 4 people, 4 adults are not recommended. Dogs are welcome, but they must share outdoor (no indoor) space with 2 other dogs.
I have a few water toys (47' Catalina sailboat, 15' Boston Whaler, 2 dinghies) which can be rented after proper training. I also own 16 moorings in the bay and I welcome sailors from around the world to visit. Visit the "Samana Bay Campground and Water Sports" page for more information.
Accès des voyageurs
The entire property is accessible to all guests, except for their private space.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
There is a small campground on the property, which is removed from the rental house. All guests are encouraged to interact if they wish. Every Sunday we bring out the barbecue and put on a spread. All guests are encouraged to partake. Private use of the barbecue can be arranged for other days.
There are two large and very friendly dogs (German Shepherd and Great Dane) on the property. If you're afraid of large, well behaved dogs, this is probably not the place to stay. I have outdoor speakers and a large selection of rock, blues, jazz, funk music for those that want to relax on the property....or bring your own music with a USB interface and I'll crank it outside.
1. Even though there's no official lights out, keep in mind there are other people on the property (including me) who may want to wake up early and play on the water. 2. Anyone wishing to partake in water sports must sign a waiver. 3. For the safety of all, no non-paying guest will be allowed onto the grounds (if you find that special someone, I can set you up at a cheapie hotel in the city). 4. Like all Dominican laundry, it is air dried, and I have a permanent clothes line in back of the main house. All guests, including myself, who use this line must remove their clothing at the end of each day.