Photos and Description of this 6 bedroom holiday home in Isabela - Casa Playa - Beach Villa
6 Bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms, Sleeps 18
Case Playa - Oceanfront Property located on a quarter acre situated in a gently sloping on the northwest shore, overlooking the Atlantic Sea and within a short walk of Playa Jobos and Shacks beaches. Is a 6 bedroom/6 bath house, double glass doors open out to a beautiful ocean view with a private balconies, 2 fully equipped kitchen, high ceiling, CATV and WiFi Internet. Relaxing, by our beautiful pools listening to the waterfalls gurgle as you enjoy of our beautiful ocean view and palm trees. Our landscaped path takes you to our private beach, through sea grapes trees. Also you can take an energetic walk down to the beach while drinking a cold coconut from our palm trees to our white sandy beach, while viewing local tropical flowers, plants, fruit trees and picking up shells. Have your morning coffee watching the sun rise from one of our balconies, enjoy lunch on another, sip afternoon cocktails on yet a third as you watch the sun set & waves…. and then serve dinner under the Gazebo..
Direction from San Juan (SJU): Exit the San Juan airport and take the first right (right after the underpass, toward San Juan; do not go onto the toll road). After you’ve gone about 3 mi. on Rt. 26, you’ll go over an overpass, and then the road dips down below normal ground level; take the next exit-Route 22. Almost immediately, you’ll go through a tunnel.
Shortly after that, the road divides. Stay on Route 22 (the right fork), following signs toward Bayamon/Arecibo/Mayaguez. Continue on Route 22 until it ends (west of Arecibo).
There will be three tolls; it saves time to have $5 in change. When Route 22 ends, the road joins Route 2. Go toward Mayaguez/Aguadilla. [Aside: If you want to stop to get groceries, once you have been on Route 2 for about 20 miles, there will be a mall on the left with a Pep Boys, a Walmart & a Econo (Isabela Plaza). The Econo is a supermarket. It’s open 6am-10pm exc. Sundays, When it’s 11-5. It’s about 15 mins. from Casa Vela.
After you’ve been on Route 2 for about 22 mi., there will be a long section without traffic lights. Start looking for a RIGHT turn onto Route 110 - North. That goes toward Ramey. There’s a sign that says “Pta. Borinquen/Aeropuerto Rafael Hernández.” Take Route 110 a bit more than 4 miles to Route 4466. You will pass Hewlett-Packard. You will pass a gas station with a subway.
There’s a blinking traffic light and the restaurant Brisa del Atlantico is on the SW corner of 4466 (NOTE: This turn onto Route 4466 is about 1½ miles past HEWLETT-PACKARD.)
Make a right onto Route 4466. Go to the bottom of the hill and continue going straight until you see a gas station 'power fuel', after this you will find a small churh on your left, right next to it you will find 'Casa Vela'.
Direction from Aguadilla (BQN) Airport: As you exit the airport, take a right. Follow the road, keeping the airport fence on your right. You’ll make a left turn, then a right turn, then a left turn, then a right turn.
That road takes you out of Ramey’s “Gate 5” & becomes Route 110. You will pass “Aguatica Dive Shop” on your left and then notice a sign that say COOP on your right. That is the local Co-op grocery and has good produce, meat, and most of the amenities that you will need for your stay at Villa Tropical.
Take Route 110 a couple miles. After you go around a long right curve, you’ll hit Route 4466. There’s a blinking traffic light and the restaurant Brisa del Atlantico is on the SW corner. Make a left onto Route 4466. Go to the bottom of the hill and continue going straight until you see a gas station 'power fuel', after this you will find a small churh on your left, right next to it you will find 'Casa Playa'.
- Events Allowed
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- smoking allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair accessible
About Alex Soto
Local Surfer grew up here in the island, after getting my ME Eng. degree I went to Missouri for my master and to ASU in Arizona... then after working for several years in the US, I decided to come back to the island and working on my dream to make it true, which was to get a house nearby where I was always surfing... enjoy Puerto Rico our island and help us to take care of this little treasure. Salt life style!! 'Life is Good'...live every second..!
Alex Soto purchased this house in 2010
Why Alex Soto chose Isabela
We love the beach, Beach life is Great!! Enjoy our home..