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Finca Rosa Blanca Coffee Plantation & Inn
Santa Bárbara de Heredia, Costa Rica
Why Stay At Finca Rosa Blanca Coffee Plantation & Inn
Finca Rosa Blanca, on a coffee plantation in the central highlands of Costa Rica, is an ideal escape for foodies as well as outdoorsy types.
Chosen by the Rainforest Alliance as a standard-setter of sustainable tourism in 2010, Finca Rosa Blanca, in the central highlands of Costa Rica, offers luxe accommodations without the ecological guilt. Coffee lovers can wake up to a hot cup, while learning the intricacies of growing and roasting organic coffee on the resort's 30-acre farm. Other activities include horseback riding to the Barva Volcano, taking a dance lesson from the neighborhood folkloric ballet group, or exploring the waterfalls in nearby Braulio Carrillo National Park. As expected, the restaurant serves organic Costa Rican fare sourced from its own gardens and surrounding farms—don't miss the pejibaye soup.
Schedule a complimentary tour of the hotel's coffee plantation at 8 a.m. and you'll beat the midday heat.
For a small fee, the hotel provides transportation to and from the airport.
Arrive at Juan Santamaría Airport (SJO) which is approximately 3 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.Santa Bárbara de Heredia, Heredia, Costa Rica
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa Services
- Infinity Pool
- Outdoor Hot Tub
- Tropical Gardens
- Sun Decks
- Excursions + Tours
- Gift Shop
- Babysitting Services
- Individually Designed
- Private Decks
- Mini Bars
- Jacuzzi Bath Tubs
- Terrace Dining
- Rates are based on 2 people. Up to 1 child may share for an additional charge of $25 + tax (age 4-11) or $50 + tax (age 12+)
- A la carte breakfast
- Welcome drink
Why We Love Santa Bárbara de Heredia
Home to Costa Rica's National University, Heredia, just north of San José, has a youthful, cosmopolitan vibe and offers easy access to the volcanoes, cloud forests, and coffee plantations in the Central Valley.
Calle las Americas.
Dinner for two $40.
Where to Drink: Head to Bar Sahara to watch the belly dancers, sing karaoke, and try the signature Sahara cocktail, a vodka-based blend of Triple sec and cranberry with a twist of lemon.
Drinks for two $10.
Best Picnic Spot: Get an up-close look at local biodiversity at INBioparque, a 14-acre reserve. Don't miss Look Out Point for views of the Barva Volcano.
Half-day guided tours from $44.
Best Day Trip: Anywhere Costa Rica tours leads day trips to the Sarapiquí River that starts with a 90-minute Canopy Tour in the Braulio Carrillo National Park, followed by whitewater rafting.
Day trips from $110.
Why Go Now
April 5-21, 2013
National Festival of the Arts
Music, dance, and theater by local and international artists in three locations: Santa Ana, Ciudad Colón, and Guayabo De Mora.
May 15, 2013
San Isidro Labrador's Day
Namesake towns honor this patron saint of farmers and farm animals with a blessing of animals and crops as well as parades and fairs.
San Isidro de Heredia.
June 5, 2013
Madre Fértl Tierra Nuestra Environmental Festival
Monthlong celebration raising environmental awareness with special events, arts and education.