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Puerto Rico - Culebra

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The Hilltop House

Culebra, Puerto Rico
Email: kavitasinghbrar[at]
Phone: 2022568867
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Overview of The Hilltop House

The hilltop house is located atop its own little mountain where the elevation provides privacy, stunning views of Ensenada Honda and Vieques and fresh breezes.

They have a big house that can accommodate up to 6 adults and 2 small children (up to 12 yrs). If your group is bigger they can offer a combination of 2 or more houses to fit everybody comfortably.

The spacious house approximate 1`800 square feet has a open modern floor plan. Out of every window you have spectacular view info our garden made of many mature palms as well as other tropical plants. The living room and kitchen open to dining area sits 8 sofa/satellite TV/wireless internet 3 bedrooms w bathrooms /spare room open to living full size futon bed covered terrace w hammock outside BBQ with sitting area.

Their garden is their special pride. It started out over 20 years ago with extremely limited resources and no town water available. Little by little, they put more plants and created a oasis of greenery and shade in the semi-dry hot Culebra climate and they are thrilled to share it with you.

The lush beautifully landscaped tropical garden provides cooling shade after a day playing in the hot Culebra sun. Take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool as you watch the hummingbirds buzzing by. Kick up your feet - grab a drink relax and let your worries blow away by the cool breezes.

A 5 minutes drive to town and 10-20 minutes to most other beaches. Culebra is renowned for the famous flamenco beach. It s the only beach out of many that has been developed. White sand beaches and no crowds. If you are more adventurous enjoy snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking or just relax at the stunning beaches. The lifestyle is relaxed and easy going.

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