Three charming bungalows on a six-acre shade-coffee farm offer peace, privacy, plentiful birdlife and one of Boquete's best views. Each unit has a kitchenette, sitting room with dining table, and a separate large bedroom. Big windows and ample balconies with lounge chairs frame Volcán Barú and the valley below. Footpaths and benches dot the tropical gardens, which are filled with coffee plants and forest patches that are home to 130 avian species. You can have a delicious
three-course dinner ($$–$$$) ranging from roasted duck to grilled fish served by candlelight in your bungalow, though you need to order in the morning. Each fridge is stocked with homemade breads and fresh-roasted coffee to accompany the fruit baskets for do-it-yourself breakfasts. Canadian owners Barry and Jane sell crafts, coffee, and coffee liqueur, all made in-house. The main building has a small library, computer, and lounge area where guests can plan the next leg of their trip with help from the friendly owners. Terrace massages can be arranged upon request. Reserve well ahead of time.
1½ km (1 mi) northeast of town; right at first Y, first right north of bridge, Boquete, Panama