Casa Neruda

Overview

Second Floor
Sleeps 4–7
Master bedroom with stunning view of ocean and a private balcony
Master bathroom with tub/shower overlooking the bay
Writing desk with an ocean view that offers endless inspiration
2nd bedroom with view of town, pool and gardens
2nd bathroom with shower
Full kitchen
Dining area with balcony
Fold-out couch in front room

History

Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda

Casa Neruda is named after the popular Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda, born in 1904. Although Neruda wrote poems about political and social matters, his most beautiful poems, dedicated to his wife Matilde Urrutia, are about Love. Neruda’s life inspired the 1994 movie, Il Postino, The Postman, about a simple Italian postman who learns to love poetry and life while delivering mail to the famous poet, Neruda. “Laughter,” says Neruda, “is a fire that feeds our life.”

Casa Neruda was designed for the sharing of love and laughter on its two beautiful wrought iron balconies and rooms with spectacular views of the sea. Our guests are frequently delighted by the joy, lightness and beauty of Casa Neruda the minute they open the door.

“Oh, may your silhouette never dissolve on the beach;
may your eyelids never flutter into the empty distance.
Don’t leave me for a second, my dearest, ” — Pablo Neruda

Rates

Holiday December 20 – January 3
$442 US/night

High Season November 1 – December 19; January 3 – April 30
$369 US/night
$2525 US/week

Mid Season May, June, October
$295 US/night
$$2025 US/week

Low Season July, August, September
$236  US/night
$1625 US/week