Costa Rica Lakeside Bed And Breakfast Sale – Business Opportunity Announced

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The owners of the Lucky Bug Bed and Breakfast, one of Costa Rica's premier accommodation facilities, have announced that they are selling the B&B and its adjoining restaurant and art gallery.

This recent sale announcement gives entrepreneurial buyers an opportunity to purchase three turnkey businesses in a thriving tourist area in Costa Rica.

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By listing their land and businesses for sale, the owners are offering buyers a beautiful place to live and work. The 5.5-acre property is in the picturesque town of Nuevo Arenal. The complex features the award-winning bed and breakfast, the popular eatery Restaurante Caballo Negro, and the Lucky Bug Gallery, which features art and home décor by local artists.

Buyers can earn income while they enjoy lakefront views in a lush rainforest setting. The property includes a four-bedroom home, an apartment, a jungle trail, and a private lake for fishing, swimming, and canoeing. Although it is surrounded by nature, the property is conveniently located on Route 142.

The Lucky Bug Bed and Breakfast is a recipient of TripAdvisor’s “Traveler’s Choice B&B” award, which puts it in the top 1% of all B&Bs worldwide. It is also ranked number 2 in Costa Rica, and number 5 in Central America. The nature-themed guesthouse can accommodate 12 people and features a large patio and butterfly garden.

Restaurante Caballo Negro is one of Costa Rica’s “go-to” restaurants, and it is popular with locals, ex-pats, and tourists. Diners enjoy delicious food while soaking in views of the lake, exotic birds, and other native wildlife. The kitchen facilities are top-notch and suitable for any type of cuisine. The restaurant can accommodate up to 55 people.

The third building currently houses the Lucky Bug Gallery and gift shop. It features pieces by the owner and her daughters and supplies many homes and hotels in the Guanacaste area with hand-crafted paintings, sculptures, decorations, dishes, and lamps.

The three hospitality businesses are currently run by two owners, and buyers could keep running them in the same fashion. However, a new buyer could also convert the property into a new business of their choosing. For example, the layout would be ideal for a wellness retreat with yoga facilities, a vegetarian restaurant, and a massage area.

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