This is a beautiful newer addition to Boquete. The view is amazing, the breakfast was delicious, and the Inn was very well designed. The owners pay particular attention to details and cleanliness. It is a little remote from the center of Boquete, just enough to get a peaceful stay and close enough to be in town in a few minutes.
Our stay was peaceful and relaxing in the comfortable villa, which overlooked fantastic views of Volcan Baru. The room was clean and had coffee maker, fridge,microwave and sink. Plates and knives and forks provided. Spoons were lacking but provided when asked for. Suggest a cloth for drying the dishes. The terrace was a lovely spot to eat the breakfast delivered each morning. Service was excellent. The paths and roads are steep; a good workout. The gardens are beautiful and worth wandering around. Highly recommend if you want to relax after a day of hiking. Shuttlebus is available into town and nearby attraction. We will be back!
The cabin that we had was very nice, modern, quiet & had a great view. The people were great. We especially liked having breakfast delivered to our cabin each morning. When we return to Boquete for a visit, this will definitely be where we book our stay.
After a busy few days exploring other areas of Panama, we stayed at the lovely Coffee Inn Estates. This was one of our favorite places. Lovely views, peaceful setting, welcoming & thoughtful owners and cooler temperatures compared to other Panama areas. Just love it here! Can't wait to return!
My partner and I stayed for 5 nights in a king Casita. The bed is super comfortable and warm. The balcony was beautiful and you could see breathtaking views of Volcan Barú. The location is perfection. We love that it's near town but far enough away to feel like you are really removed from everything. I only have three suggestions: 1- A place named Coffee Estate Inn should have amazing coffee, not cheap and environmentally unfriendly Duran. 2- The breakfast should not come in Styrofoam!! We were really shocked by this. Styrofoam is not sustainable and I am sure there are better containers. Also, having breakfast arrive in containers was odd, but maybe because of Covid? Unsure. 3- Use locally sourced products. For example, local good coffee, fresh orange juice and strawberries and fresh bread from Morton's would up your entire breakfast game. I think attention to little details like this are important. The kitchenette did not have salt or pepper, lacked utensils and there was no where to put wet dishes. A small kitchen towel would be a good addition to the kitchenette. Most travelers wouldn't arrive with their own salt and pepper and kitchen towels. Other than that, we had an excellent time and we will definitely return in the future! The views are truly amazing.…