Farm Peace Love

Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

Private Self-Contained Accommodation on Little Corn Island

Looking towards the large porch

The farm’s main house is a sprawling hand-crafted edifice with hardwood floors and a bamboo ceiling. There is a large porch and several hammocks, on the beach, for lounging.

The Guest Suite

The guest suite, in the east wing of the main house, has its own private entrance and direct access to the garden and the beach, one bedroom with a double bed and a single bed, bathroom, shower, a living porch with dining area and a full equipped kitchen. The suite has electricity 24-hours a day, mosquito nets at all the windows, drinking water from the tap and cleaning and laundry service. Maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children under 8.

The Cottage

An outside view of the cottageThe cottage sits on pilings and has a front porch that faces the sea. It has a fully equipped kitchen, queen size bed, living room with a futon, bathroom, shower, screens on doors and windows, drinking water, refrigerator, 24-hour electricity, and laundry and cleaning service. Maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children under 8.

Accommodation’s Rates 2014 – 2015

  • Guest Suite:

    • USD $75 per day (min. 3 nights)
    • USD $500 weekly (7 nights)
    • USD $950 bi-weekly (14 nights)
    • USD $1,300 three weeks (21 nights)
    • USD $1,600 monthly (30/31 nights)
  • Cottage:

    • USD $90 per day (min. 3 nights)
    • USD $600 weekly (7 nights)
    • USD $1,100 bi-weekly (14 nights)
    • USD $1,550 three weeks (21 nights)
    • USD $1,950 monthly (30/31 nights)

What Some Guests Said…

Thank you Paola and Bing for a lovely week at your farm. It was all that we thought it might be and we found the island a true oasis in today’s turbulent world.
From the well organized directions, booking help and “transit help”, it all was flawless executed and more than we expected.

We found it very hard to leave again, and I can unequivocally state that the subsequent four days on Corn Island, while very interesting and also not to be missed, paled in comparison to Peace & Love. It was a little like “back to the city” after the tranquility on Little Corn.

Cheers.