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Little Corn Island, Nicaragua | Farm Peace Love: Private Self-Contained Accommodation on Little Corn Island

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, no children under 12.

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, no children under 12.

Accommodation’s Rates 2016

  • Guest Suite:

    • USD $ 85 per day (min. 3 nights)
    • USD $ 550 weekly (7 nights)
    • USD $ 1,000 bi-weekly (14 nights)
    • USD $ 1,350 three weeks (21 nights)
    • USD $ 1,600 monthly (30/31 nights)
  • Cottage:

    • USD $ 100 per day (min. 3 nights)
    • USD $ 650 weekly (7 nights)
    • USD $ 1,150 bi-weekly (14 nights)
    • USD $ 1,600 three weeks (21 nights)
    • USD $ 1,950 monthly (30/31 nights)

What Some Guests Said…

I often think about our stay in Little Corn at Farm Peace Love and can feel myself relax just from the thought. Thinking of the empty beaches, our walks to the tidal pool to see octopus, crab, fish, and many other creatures swimming among the rocks… the giant conch shell i carried home in my backpack is just another reminder of our little paradise… Bing singing and bringing coco bread, fruit, avocado, fresh eggs, mangoes, pineapples, coconuts and baby coconut waters… picking the most amazing basil, jungle basil, that you could smell from across the yard… the perfectly warm water… the windmill that collected our power on the sustainable farm… the horses, the dogs, chickens, iguanas, giant crabs… the trecks through the jungle while singing… Paola’s home cooking and the spinach flan… Flor de Cana… the hammocks… the peace and quiet and the memorable vacation make me relax to just think of the perfectly taken care of feeling. Hallelujah to the King of Kings… say it and relax.