Stay with Us in Puerto Rico! Mango Studio Cabana for Rent

Car and Finca
Front of the property

Come stay with us at our tropical farm! Have the best of both worlds! With convenience to the party and surf scene and nature’s tranquility you will enjoy everything that Rincón has to offer. We are located on a 4 acre farm off the 413 about 3/4 mile from Sandy Beach with a beautiful ocean view at the end of a quiet street.

The 300 ft Studio Cabana is located under a shady mango tree

Cabana bed (2)
Comfortable Queen bed

Cabana Bed Cabana bath

Cabana kitchenette Cabana inside
Kitchenette and indoor dining

Cabana Table and view
Studio cabana rooftop outdoor dining and relaxing

Tropical gardens flowers
Tropical gardens to explore

chickens and pomarrosa
Small farm animals such as chickens and turkeys to meet

Fruit 2
And exotic fruits to taste!

And of course Rincón and her beauty is all around!
Sunset 2

Price: $45/night with a minimum of 3 nights. $300/week or $600 for 2 weeks. $30 cleaning feeFor longer term, please inquire.  Contact us at: to book or if you have any specific questions/concerns.

Updated February 2018. There are fans, but no air conditioning. There also is no television. There is water and electricity, WIFI and a mini-fridge. The studio cabana is available for up to two adults (18+) and is not suitable for children or pets. Remember that this is an eco-friendly farm in the tropics. If you are looking for an interesting get-away and connection with nature and a place to comfortably rest that is close to everything in Rincón and the surrounding areas this is the place for you. If you are looking for a hotel with all the hotel amenities including room service, this may not. Please no smoking inside and make sure to clean up after yourself. Rincon, like most of Puerto Rico has very limited public transportation, so a rental car is HIGHLY recommended. You’ll have a blast!

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3 thoughts on “Stay with Us in Puerto Rico! Mango Studio Cabana for Rent

  1. Rick

    I was thinking about doing this for my next project after I retire great source of income. Just have to figure out where to build it. Your place looks great looking forward to seeing you guys in the future.

  2. Dale Dollens

    Greetings! I am very happy that I stumbled upon your Web Page, even though it was while reading about preparations for the incoming hurricane. My Wife and I certainly will be praying for you and the rest of the island to make it through without much damage or any loss of life. That being said, The island will remain, and be just as beautiful after the storm passes. We currently live in MO, but alot like you are looking forward to a move to PR, and more specifically Rincon. I have been to PR numerous times over the last 20 or so years, I used to have family in Anassco, and absolutely fell in Love with the West end of the island. I finally convinced my wife of the last 4 years to travel there, and last October we spent 2 weeks at Corcega Beach, splitting the cost of a condo with friends. Needless to say, she lovestruck from the start and thinks Rincon is one of the most beautiful, laid back, peaceful places she’s ever been. We generally spent our evenings at the Calypso, having a nightcap and watching the sun set by Desecheo,and eating their wonderful version of mompesteao. We got her open water scuba certified and I achieved my advanced open water cert. , so we are much looking forwatd to returning as soon as we can. I would be very interested in renting your Cabana, as well as talking to you about your move, the challenges, and whats still in store. Do you have a mandatory lead time for rental? We may only know a week or two in advance when we will have the opportunity to fly down, so i realize you are probably booked well in advance. Please stay safe during the hurricane, asnd i look forward to hearing from you when you can reply!

    God Bless!

    Dale Dollens


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