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Turrialba, Provincia de Cartago, Costa Rica

About this Villa

Caragra farm, known to produce one of the best premium coffees in Central America since 1975. Located in Turrialba, a touristic location due to the ancient monuments in Guayabo National Park, the majestic volcano and perfect weather that surrounds the rainforest. The Cabin offers the perfect combination of comfort & convenience of a city house. TURRIALBA VOLCANO ACTIVITY DOES NOT IMPACT the farm.The volcano is NORTH of the Farm and Turrialba Valley. Winds carry ash to San José, away from us.

Starting Price: $129.71 – Extra people (after 5): $24.93 / night. – Weekend Price: $193.22 per night. 

Villa Overview

The space

Accommodates: 6
Bathrooms: 2
Bedrooms: 3
Beds: 4
Check In: 12PM (noon) – 4PM
Check Out: 11AM
Property type: House
Room type: Entire home/apt






Free parking on premises

Wireless Internet

Indoor Fireplace

Laptop Friendly workspace


Extra people: $25.14 / night after 5 guests
Cleaning Fee: $25.14
Security Deposit: $201.20
Weekly Discount: 15%
Monthly Discount: 20%
Weekend Price: $196.17 / night


Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3

2 single beds

Bedroom 2
1 queen bed

The space

Cozy, comfortable and spacious cabin with circle-sawn wood floors. Art carefully selected by the owner. Pool Table and game room available for guests. Gas bbq, washer/dryer, TV , books, games, guide books, cotton sheets, fluffy towels, and tasteful extras not normally seen!

Quiet, changing views of the mountains, skies, animals, birds of all kinds. Sparsely populated.

Interaction with guests

Staff will make sure Check In is correctly done and guests have an amazing experience.

The neighborhood

Discover the rural country side of Turrialba, in the lush and beautiful Central Highlands. The region is noted for being verdant and green, rich in natural beauty and raging rivers. The surroundings will bring you back in time with sites of ancient ruins, old adobe houses and aged buildings accompanied by colorful wood.

Cartago was the location of the first capital of Costa Rica, and remains rich in culture and history. Found here is the large and impressive church, the Basilica de Nuestra Señora de Los angeles where in lies the statue “La Negrita” or “Black Madonna”, said to have healing powers. The town itself has a great central park and fruit market and hot water springs to lounge in.

The enchanting little town of Turrialba is made up of fertile lands, vibrant green pastures and incredible natural scenery. Agriculture is the principal industry here as well as the only place allowed to produce the popular Costa Rican cheese “Turrialba”. You’ll see an abundance of cattle ranches, milk processing plants, and acres of land for growing Arabica coffee, sugar cane and deliciously large Macadamia Nuts. A very unique highlight of the town is that it manufactures Rawlings baseballs used in the Major league games.

Getting around

This country side has a wealth of outdoor activities and excursions like climbing the Turrialba Volcano or taking a horseback riding trip through the green pastures of the mountains. Also visit the pre- Colombian ruins dating back to 1000 BC or rage down the Rios Pacuare and Reventazón, two famous rivers known for incredible white water rafting.

House Rules

Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in time is 12PM (noon) – 4PM



Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.

Safety Features

First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher