À propos de ce logement
We welcome guests who are happy to be settled in by 11 pm to our fields and gardens above the Lajas Valley. Queen BR, shared bath, breakfast to order, 35 minutes to beautiful beaches. A Blue Flag saltwater pool is even nearer. You're welcome to linger here and rest up during the day. We cater to people with chemical sensitivities, so please BRING NO SPRAYS. We have SCREENS. No wifi, but it's available at MacD's 3 miles away. We're near the historic town of San German, once PR's capital.
Casa Coqui has shady gardens and patios, and is surrounded by countryside with cows, horses, sheep, and of course: chickens! The path to a bench at the top of our hill offers a panoramic view. We rescue dogs and prepare them for adoption in New England (they don't share the house unless you invite them in). Sometimes there are puppies to play with. Casa Coqui is in a semi-rural area on a quiet, cul-de-sac road, but is easy to reach and close to town. The neighborhood offers some nice choices for walking. All of our doors and windows have SCREENS.
Accès des voyageurs
We offer B and B while we are in residence ourselves. Your bedroom has a queen bed and a door to the patio. Bath with roomy shower is shared. Rate includes breakfast for 2 cooked to order and full access to living room, patio, and gardens. The house and gardens are available for you to spend a relaxing day if you don't have other plans.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are living in the house ourselves and available to suggest the best beaches, historic towns, restaurants, and local walks. We usually will join you for breakfast. If we are out during the day, you'll have a key.
This is a 100% NON-SMOKING property, inside and out. We cater to people with chemical sensitivities. We favor unscented cleaners and our linens are dried in the sunshine and fresh air. All rugs are small and washed often. We're happy to accommodate any special diet requests. Tasty, low-cost dinners may be ordered in advance. Our place is exceptionally peaceful. We have a pretty good library, a hammock, clothes washer and lines, and a small grill, all at your disposal. We don't have TV or wifi.
We welcome guests who are happy to be home and settled in by 11 pm. We provide breakfast, but not use of our kitchen. Chilled water and juices are always available. PLEASE DON'T BRING SCENTED SPRAYS (spray sunscreen, perfume, bug spray, or deodorant) because of host's chemical sensitivities.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 5 jours précédant le voyage, la première nuit est non remboursable, mais vous recevrez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du coût des nuits restantes.
Bonnie is retired from social services and teaching. She is currently Director of New Hampshire Small Dog Rescue, which takes abandoned dogs from the streets and beaches of Puerto Rico and finds homes for them in the New England states. Gardening in rocky places seems to have been her lifelong fate. Husband Albert is an avid hiker and is recently retired from a career as a master carpenter. He walked the Camino de Santiago in 2012.
We have a home in Puerto Rico where we spend the winter months and are Airbnb hosts. World travels have taken us to France, England, Germany, the Czech Republic, Austria, Spain, Canada and the Dominican Republic, always on a small budget. One of our favorite stays was 2 weeks on a goat farm in the Sumava Mountains. In 2007 we traveled the US on small roads in a Roadtrek RV, but now our travels are short stays, mostly in the western US.
Albert and I are both heavy readers, don't watch TV, and can't do the LA Times Crosswords because we don't keep up with sports and entertainment people. We're crazy about dogs and have rescued more than 300 of them.