Established in 2005, Casa's guest accommodations consist of six fully screened thatch-roofed cabanas with en-suite bathrooms, hand-made hardwood furniture, Mayan fabrics, tile floors, a convenience refrigerator, and ceiling fans - the perfect setting if rest and relaxation are your priority.
Our accommodations, characterized by traditional thatch-roofed rooms are configured as a suite with queen bed and two large sitting/reading chairs, or a queen and double bed for guests that number more than one or two; each room has a writing desk and chair. The custom made furniture was produced by Medina Furniture of Belmopan and San Ignacio from Central American hardwoods. The private bathroom of each cabana has a spacious tile shower, a low-flow flush toilet, and a sink with 24-hour hot and cold water. The Casa utilities center supports a backup generator and surge suppressor in the event the110v/60 hz power fluctuates or is interrupted. Each room is equipped with a smoke detector. Daily housekeeping will straighten and refresh your room.
Designed and built by local Belizeans each 20 foot by 24 foot room, in the thatch-roofed cabanas, a spacious accommodation, has a broad veranda with a comfortable bench, the perfect respite after a day on Pine Ridge Mountains or on the Macal River.
Each room is identified by a hand-carved slate depiction of a local bird that is matched to the key provided at check-in. The carvings were produced by the Magana Brothers, owners and curators of the Sac-Tunich Gift Shop in nearby San Antonio. Room Names Include: Aracari Toucan; Belted Kingfisher; Jacamar; Blue-crowned Motmot; Fork-tailed Flycatcher; Trogon.