Sign Up
Newsletter Signup
Free Fodor's Newsletter

Subscribe today for weekly travel inspiration, tips, and special offers.

Fodor's Weekly: Your expert travel wrap-up
Today's Departure: Your daily dose of travel inspiration (coming soon)

The Osa Peninsula and the South Pacific Hotels

Pacific Edge

  • At Km 148 of Costanera Hwy., head up a rough road for 1.2 km (1 mile), 4 km (2½ miles) south of Dominical Map It
  • $
  • Local Flavor

Pros

  • Fabulous views
  • Bargain prices
  • Serene setting

Cons

  • Very steep road that requires 4WD
  • Must love dogs

Updated 04/24/2014

Fodor's Review

Private, spacious wood cabins—one sleeps six, others sleep four—have kitchenettes, tiled bathrooms, hammocks strung on wide porches, and comfortable mattresses covered with colorful Guatemalan bedspreads. Unbeatable views and affordable prices set these stylishly rustic cabins apart. The forest grows right up to the edge of the property, high on a mountain ridge south of town. Host Susie Atkinson serves great breakfasts (not included in rate) in the lodge's bamboo-roof,

pagoda-style dining room. Two lookout towers at each end of the tiny pool and a viewing deck catch the spectacular sunsets and passing whale pods. The road up to this lofty perch requires a 4WD vehicle, but the hotel owners can pick you up in town with advance notice. Be prepared for a barky welcome; Susie and her husband, George, love big (but gentle) dogs. The reception desk closes at 6 pm.

Read More

Hotel Information

Address:

At Km 148 of Costanera Hwy., head up a rough road for 1.2 km (1 mile), 4 km (2½ miles) south of Dominical, Dominical, 11909, Costa Rica

Map It

Phone:

/2200–5428; /8935–7905

Hotel Details:

  • 4 cabins
  • No meals

Updated 04/24/2014

Book A Hotel

Advertisement

Map View

Map of



What's Nearby

  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Sights

See all hotels in The Osa Peninsula and the South Pacific

Fodorite Reviews

Average Rating

By EdPhoto

  • Service

  • Food

  • Décor

  • Value

Sep 5, 2011

Pacific Edge Review

Since 2006, we have stayed many times with George and Susie, owners of Pacific Edge. This cozy B&B is our favorite place to relax and unwind while on the Southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. The view is fabulous unmatched by any other hotel in the area. The cabins are very clean, comfortable and private. Our favorite cabin is deluxe cabin #2 and it has a refrigerator, microwave, toaster and electric skillet so it's very easy to cook for yourself.

But, if you don't want to cook, you can get delicious breakfasts and dinners prepared by Susie. She is an awesome cook! Another reason we really like Pacific Edge is due to their no children policy. Our children are grown now and when we are on vacation, we like a serene environment. George and Susie are very knowledgeable about the area. They have helped us arrange excursions and recommended some great local restaurants. We highly recommend you stay at Pacific Edge!

Read More

By Judie

  • Service

  • Food

  • Décor

  • Value

Jul 14, 2004

A little piece of heaven!

This is a WONDERFUL spot for folks looking for something different not right on the beach. It's hard to imagine a better ocean view (guaranteed to knock your socks off!) than Pacific Edge has. Must be 180 degrees. Whales can be spotted. It's a small property with just 4 cabins of various sizes, the owner's home, a small pool,small outdoor dining/bar area, and two great lookouts. Lovely grounds. About a mile up a bumpy unpaved road. Cabins are

rustic, yet very well thought out. The owners (who are lots of fun) are lifelong sailors, so well versed at making good use of small space and keeping everything shipshape. The cabins are cantilevered one next to the other down a ridge -- each with a wonderful porch and its own fabulous ocean view.

Read More

Add Your Own Review

When did you stay?

Minimum 200 character count

How many stars would you give?

Room

Décor

Service

Value

Advertisement