We are 50 minutes away from Managua and its International airport, and 1h30 from the Costa Rican border.
The Lodge is built in a typical colonial style. With massive wood pillars, cane roof and terra cotta tiles, to which we added elements of modernity, polished concrete, lighting and stonework. The stones originate from Lake Nicaragua.
From the tanks the water is filtrated twice before feeding the Lodge and our house. Although potentially drinkable if chlorine were added, we prefer offering our guests mineral water, for free and without any restriction.
Gray water (coming from sinks and showers) is purified passing through various natural filters, ending its journey in our pond below our house, where a small ecosystem of aquatic plants and fish finishes the sanitation work.
This water allows us to irrigate all our decorative plants during the dry season.
All our lights are LED or low voltage, however we have a back-up in case of excessive consumption.
The hot water for showers is provided by our natural gas boiler.
Non – recyclable waste is supported by the municipality.
Carretera Nandaime Km 55, at the end of the dirt road “el mamón” Granada. Nicaragua.