A night at this isolated bed-and-breakfast in the heart of coffee plantation Doka Estate might be as close as you'll ever come to feeling like a coffee farmer or to truly getting away from it all. The attractive wooden house has seven sparsely decorated rooms upstairs, with hardwood floors and small windows; book the Cuarto Azul (the Blue Room) if you can get it. There's also a living room, a kitchen, a lounge, and a terrace in back where breakfast is served. Photos
of the coffee harvest decorate the walls, and just beyond the yard and manicured gardens that surround the house, neat rows of coffee plants stretch off into the distance.