NEW >> we offer FREE Spanish lessons! *We have more rooms, see our other listings* This double room is located in the top floor and has amazing views of the beach and Santa Teresa National Park. You can see the sun rising from the sea without leaving your bed! Breakfast is included.
“we had an amazing stay at rosi’s place. its steps away from the beach while also being walking distance to anything in town you need. the place is stylish and spacious and the patio and the hammock were lovely for taking a break from the sun. they even had chairs and umbrellas to lend which was a nice touch! and the breakfast (especially the bread) was amazing. would definitely recommend this place for a relaxing beach vacation!”
Cabañita en pleno corazón de Punta del Diablo, pequeño pueblo pesquero a noreste de Uruguay, conservando su encanto natural, rodeado de parques y hermosas playas. A 100mts. playa de la Viuda, Pescadores y Rivero. Parque Nacional Santa Teresa. Laguna Negra.Punta del Este. Cabo Polonio. A 50km de Chuy, frontera de Brasil. Servicios basicos a pocos metros: Farmacia, Supermarkets, Restaurants, Artesanos.
“All perfect. I recommend it 100%, spectacular attention of Montse and Gregorio, the house is very comfortable and beautiful even better than what appears in photos. The location is ideal. We received the cabin in perfect conditions of hygiene and services. The view from the main room is beautiful and a minor detail, the Montse omelette is a must! ”
Sentite en la playa! PAVLEAS BeachLife es mi forma de compartir mi estilo de vida. Ubicado a pocas cuadras de Playa Grande, punto de ingreso al Parque Nacional Santa Teresa.
“We had a great one night stay at Kary’s cabin. The place is really nicely decorated, the little terrace is great to hang out and enjoy the pretty pink skies at sunset. There is a kitchen, which is not very well equipped but Kary was nice enough to lend us everything we needed. We also tried her amazing bread and croissants which we thoroughly enjoyed. Would definitely recommend for some peace and quiet in Punta del Diablo!”