Villa Tammy   Dominical, Costa Rica
7
Bedrooms
6.5
Bathrooms
15
Sleeps
 
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Description

Villa Tammy is a Tropical Luxury Compound rest between the dazzling Pacific Ocean and the secluded mystic mountains of the Southern region of Costa Rica. Nearby activities include scuba diving, snorkeling, sport fishing, sea kayaking, parasailing, atv’s, horseback riding and canopy. Expansive, pristine beaches, majestic sunsets, and waterfalls.

This is a 5600 sq ft gorgeous estate featuring 7 spacious bedroom with large windows and private balconies all overlooking the ocean and 6.5 baths throughout the house. Accommodates easily 15 people. The kitchen comes fully equipped with the essentials and granite countertops. The furniture within the house invaluably contribute to the tropical atmosphere. The dining is modern and foster a resplendent ambience. The house also boast a sauna and jacuzzi, built in surround system, satellite TV, Wi-fi .

Outside there is an infinity pool that feels floating into the ocean. During your stay at this villa, you will get to enjoy the best of both worlds privacy and stunning views all around. The property has 17 acres and sits within the Biological Corridor of Costa Rica’s rainforest.


Features

  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Dining Room
  • Jacuzzi Indoor
  • Laundry
  • Sauna
  • Sound System
  • Exterior
  • Loungers
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Patio
  • Terrace
    • Location
    • Water View

Dominical

Dominical is a beach-front town in Bahía Ballena de Oro District in the province of Puntarenas in Costa Rica, approximately 45 km south of Quepos. It is well known for large, year-round waves and is popular among surfers in Costa Rica. The town began as a small fishing village but has since grown into a tourist attraction, most notably for surfers. Accessible from the capital San José, it can be reached via San Isidro de El General to the east or down the coast from Quepos. Although similar in distance, the trip down the coast is much faster due to the winding nature of the inland route. The area between Quepos and Dominical is dotted with African oil palm plantations producing palm oil. Farther south are the villages of Uvita, Ojochal, Coronado on the Costanera Highway.