We loved the fresh water reservoir/lake and visiting the waterfall. The hotel is large and seems underused. The food was a la carte (rooms very inexpensive and I think included a breakfast restaurant style) - very reasonably priced. Seems to be popular with bicyclists on their way through and fishermen. Boats are available to take you out and a group can book a tour to the waterfall, and to the restaurant out on the lake - we had nice food there and took the hike to a peak behind the restaurant for a beautiful view. For all the quiet and beauty, I cannot understand why the music must be blasted at the pool. This is heard in the rooms also, making napping impossible. We are mostly vegetarian, but made our way with the fish, eggs and yummy fried plantain and other roots - yucca etc Very quiet - few guests in Feb last year. We did meet some cyclists who had come down from Topes de Collantes (which we also did)
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