Costa Rica Lakeside B&B Investment Opportunity | B&B & Restaurant Sale Announced

The Bed and Breakfast owners have announced the sale of its three turnkey businesses – its top-rated B&B and accompanying restaurant, as well as an art gallery whose pieces are featured in many local hotels and homes. The three-bedroom main house – with a patio, laundry room, kitchen, and dining room – also oversees a private lake, suitable for fishing, swimming, and canoeing.

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The proprietors of Lucky Bug Bed and Breakfast are now offering investors the opportunity to capitalize on and grow a well-regarded local institution. The B&B is ranked number two in Costa Rica and number five in all of Central America by TripAdvisor. It has also won the Travelers Choice Award – granted to the top one percent of properties worldwide – several years in a row.

Featuring mountains, volcanoes, and 640 km of coastline, Guanacaste – while the least densely populated of the country’s seven provinces – is a popular tourist destination and home to most of Costa Rica’s all-inclusive resorts. Lake Arenal attracts both ecotourists and watersport enthusiasts from around the world: it is home to a World Heritage volcano conservation park and the lake features the strong winds favored by wind and kite surfers. The rainforest surrounding Lake Arenal is owned by the national electric utility, ICE, and will not be built on. Furthermore, Guanacaste is serviced by Costa Rica’s only other international airport in the province’s capital of Liberia.

Lucky Bug Bed and Breakfast’s guesthouse can sleep 12 people on 3,800 square feet. The property features a large patio and butterfly garden. The popular restaurant, ‘Caballo Negro,’ enjoys ample foot traffic on the main road – route 142 – and can serve up to 55 people. The third building, a gallery and gift shop, showcases the family’s artwork and supplies many regional residences and institutions with hand-crafted paintings, sculptures, decorations, dishes, and lamps.

The owners believe that prospective buyers could also convert the entire property into a retreat. Minor modifications could allow for the establishment of a health/wellness, yoga, or suitably-themed corporate retreat, for example.

Guests can offer a glimpse of the possibilities. One wrote: “We had a lovely stay at Lucky Bug B&B. The hosts are kind and gracious. The location is stunningly beautiful – breakfast with hummingbirds was a real treat. Kids enjoyed the kayak and canoe in the lake and the furry friends too. Excellent place to enjoy for a few days. Great restaurants nearby as well.”

Interested parties can learn more at

Lucky Bug Bed and Breakfast
De Ruta 142 2 km oeste de Rio Dos Bocas

Costa Rica

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