The hotel, as the name suggests, is owned by a Canadian couple, but managed by Nicaraguans. The casa is situated on a rocky peninsula and has 22 individual concrete bungalows all of which face the ocean. The bungalows each have a king size bed (rare for Central America) or two single beds with each containing; en-suite facilities, fridge and mini bar, air conditioning and a small veranda with chairs overlooking the ocean.
Along the front of the casa are a number of palm trees which have hammocks lying between as well as small sitting areas with shade. The swimming pool is right on the front of the ocean with a small section that has an infinity appearance and is the only hotel on the island with a pool.
Belmont House, 23 New Street, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2BP