When we showed up, it was almost 5pm and the property manager who had the keys had left and didn't leave the door unlocked. Thankfully, Gilda was very easy to get ahold of, and one of the workers on the property had the keys. So, if you miss a flight like we did and show up late, make sure and call ahead.
The property is gorgeous and quiet with iguanas everywhere, property well manicured, and the house is very nice for a family of up to 4. The area is amazing, there is a small restaurant/bar 1/4 mile away that is incredible right off the beach called Mar y Sol. The beach behind the property is beautiful, unpopulated and the water was very warm. I never went into the pool because it was mostly occupied by the other tenants.
The amenities for this property are misleading. The internet access at the house is sketchy at best, and there is no Satellite/Cable at the house. Not that big of a problem, really, but annoying when this is how the property is advertised. The DVD player works if you are French speaking, otherwise bring DVD's. Otherwise, it is as advertised. Lots of cooking utensils, A/C in both bedrooms, clean and very nice.
GPS is a good idea if you have never been to Costa Rica. This is our first trip there and found that the GPS was a must, especially to find the house. Honestly, the fact that it is remote we feel makes it very desirable, but it can be hard to find if you have never been there.
Overall, we would definitely go back. We felt very safe the whole time and the beach is a 10