Wake up and smell the coffee – and listen to the birds. D’Santos Boutique Hotel is part of a working coffee plantation, set in a certified private wild reserve.
The freshest-tasting coffee you’re ever likely to find? Quite possibly. D’Santos is a tiny boutique hotel with just seven guest rooms and suites, set in the middle of an established coffee plantation. So the hand-picked coffee is superb – especially as it’s accompanied by the morning chorus from any number of exotic birds.
As well as being on a plantation, this hotel is set in the Concepcion de Maria’s Certified Private Wild Reserve, giving you the chance to turn your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Nicaragua into a wildlife-watching adventure. On your doorstep you’ll find a vast array of different plant species, ranging from rare trees to ornamental flora, grasses and lianas. You’ll encounter a host of local mammals, numerous species of birds, amphibians like brightly coloured frogs, reptiles and fascinating insects.
D’Santos Boutique Hotel, at a glance
- Boutique hotel set in the heart of Concepcion de Maria’s Certified Private Wild Reserve
- Choice of just seven exclusive suites and double or single rooms
- All decorated in the traditional colonial style
- Antique and period furnishings restored by local craftsmen
- En suite bathrooms which combine modern facilities with old world charm
- Suites feature king-size beds plus sofa beds (double suite has two beds)
- Internet and cable TV
- Fine food – including local specialities – served in a flower-bedecked, terrace-style restaurant
For leisure and pleasure
- Perfect base for visiting the wondrous Concepcion de Maria’s Certified Private Wild Reserve
- Explore the working coffee plantation with guided discovery tours
- Picturesque walks along the coffee trails
- Early morning and evening bird watching trips
- Horse riding expeditions, including horses suitable for children
- Cycling into the surrounding countryside
- Play room with table games
- Easy access to two of the region’s most interesting cities with their markets, restaurants, bars and sightseeing opportunities