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 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…

Dear friends-Paola and Bing.
Thank you kindly for your wonderful hospitality. You really have created a very special place here in Farm Peace & Love. Casita Tranquilla, the cottage, has been just that – tranquilla. It has been the perfect place for us to end our 2 months of travel. The days here seem to just slide one into the next, creating a peaceful, easy rhythm, day breaks, cock’s crowing to greet the day, sun climb in the sky and shine on trees and sea, cool breeze marks the air and so begins another day. Breakfast on the porch offers great bird watching-wish I knew the names of all these colorful feathered friends, and afternoon and evenings offers shade from the heat and sky blanketed with stars. Ah, and the moon, so shine so bright and wake you while you sleep. Sweet dreams and sweet aromas wafting in the air. And then, of course, there is the sea, the blue, green, warm wonderful healing waters of Mar Caribe. Certainly the most beautiful beach on the island is right out your front door. How lucky you are, if you believe in luck. Actually, blessed is more like it. Again, thank you for sharing your little piece of Paradise with us. Paola, thank you for your patient with me, during our correspondence. And thank you Bing for all the goodies, fruit, coco root and bread-fruit, you brought us. But mostly I just want to thank you for being who you are kind, generous, bright and welcoming. It’s been a pleasure meeting you both.

Blessings and peace,

Kendra
April 2006