Cabañas Valle Campanas

in Monteverde, Costa Rica

A small collection of cabins run by an authentic Costa Rican family. Stay in your own private cabaña among the peaceful gardens and forest, while spending your days exploring the beauty of Monteverde.
Most of the products used at the hotel are harvested on the property such as beans, plantains, bananas, and products they produce from sugar cane, like Brown Sugar "Tapa de Dulce" and syrup, among others. A great place to enjoy peace and privacy in little piece of paradise.

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Comfortable Stay, Connect with Nature and Family Friendly


$84 /night
Approximate price for stay in standard Cabañas. Larger Cabañas are also available starting from $126/night.


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Locally Owned Family Business
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Speaks: English and Spanish

Why Lokal Recommends Cabañas Valle Campanas


Family Business | Locally Owned with 100% local staff

A Unique Story

This beautiful land was once part of the farm belonging to our father, Rafael Arguedas Herrera, who was a pioneer of Monteverde; His family was the sixth to reach the region. The date of his arrival to Monteverde (December 28th, 1934) is easely remembered, because the day next, his first child was born.
Throughout his life, our father gained the respect and the admiration of all the locals by his generous character; He was a man always willing to help others, especially the neediest.

Community Connection

One of his greatest contributions of Rafael Arguedas Herrera was to bring the first elementary teacher to the area, and later, in the construction of the first elementary school in Monteverde, for which he not only contributed the land and money, but also the years of effort.

Years after his death, the school for which our father so much fought was renamed in his honor. His legacy remains strong today in Monteverde, preserved in the memory of all his descendants.

Environmental Engagement

​Grateful for our inheritance of this beautiful place, we strive to preserve and protect it, and continue our father's work of reforestation in areas that were once pastured. We wish our beautiful farm to endure forever.


In it's early days the major product of the farm was sugar cane as well as cattle. The Arguedas brothers worked together with their father, pressing cane through a trapiche, and boiling it to obtain molasses and brown sugar, products that were used at that time instead of refined sugar.
The farm still uses the traditional 'trapiche' today as a remembrance of our father; we also have fun demonstrating to visitors how well it still works. You will enjoy a glass of delicious fresh cane juice as it pours out of the trapiche.


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