"Once upon a time, when travelers came to Costa Rica, they expected to eat freshly caught seafood but little else of note. Then, in 2004, this eco-lodge opened in the mountains above the Pacific and immediately became a destination retreat for foodies with active lifestyles. The intimate Inn at Coyote Mountain—just five guest rooms— flourishes in its own 70-acre nature preserve. Besides the requisite tropical gardens, the hotel also maintains fruit, vegetable, and herb gardens that supply the kitchen. Guests can hike in virgin cloud..."
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