Lazy Parrot Inn

Small Inn located atop the La Cadena hills overlooking the town of Rincón.

Description from the publisher

The Lazy Parrot Inn sits atop the La Cadena Hills overlooking the northwest coast of Puerto Rico. Our unique country inn is located near the sleepy little town of Rincon, Puerto Rico. Rincon has always been famous for world-class surfing, spectacular sunsets, whale watching, SCUBA diving, great beaches & historic lighthouse. With more and more flights to our nearby airport in Aguadilla - Rincon is even easier to reach with flights on Continental, Jet Blue and PanAm bringing you within a 20-minute drive of Rincon's famous Route # 413 when you need a Caribbean get-away for sun, surf and relaxation. The Lazy Parrot Inn is right in the middle of everything Rincon has to offer - one of the only hotels that is actually located right on Route # 413 - 'The Road to Happiness' that runs above some of the most famous beaches in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. The Lazy Parrot Inn caters to beachgoers, SCUBA divers, surfers and all who wish to experience the flora, fauna & historical sites of western Puerto Rico's 'Porta del Sol' resort area. We're just a 3 minute drive (1/2 mile) to the beach. We're less than 1 mile to the Rincón lighthouse and the winter surfing at Marias Beach & Domes Beach along Rincon's 'Sunset Coast'. In the summer, Steps snorkeling beach is just another half mile away at the new Tres Marias Marine Reserve. We're close to everything - but not right on the beach...

How to get there

Follow signs to Highway 26 (San Juan) upon exiting the airport --- DO NOT GO OVER MOSCOSO BRIDGE. Take Autopista (toll road) 22 (Bayamon). You will follow #22 until Arecibo and pay several tolls, you can get rid of your pennies!Once in Arecibo #22 turns into #2 – stay left. Follow #2 to Aguadilla (about 30 min.). In Aguadilla you will pass a baseball stadium on the left. Stay on #2 until you reach #417 (there is an overhead crosswalk - so you can’t miss it!).Don’t take #115 off of #2 or you will probably get lost.Make a right on #417 and go 1.6 miles to the traffic light (cemetery is on your right).At the cemetery several roads merge. Take Avenida Nativo Alers (the sign is in the middle of the fork - take the left road). You are now on the bypass around Aguada. Go 1.5 miles and turn left when the road ends at #115. Take #115 (through road construction and stay left – if you hit the beach turn around) approximately 4 miles to Rincon. On the right will be #413 (Bo. Puntas – El Faro sign),take that 1.5 miles. Stay left at the Speedway Gas Station (don’t go down the hill). We are on the left past Brisas (a local bar). Aguadilla Airport - Rincón Make a left out of airport parking and another left at the stop sign onto #107. By the fourth light you need to be in the right lane and enter #2 South. Stay on #2 and follow directions above making a right on #417. Mayaguez Airport – Rincón Make a right out of airport parking. Right at the end of road which is #2. At the 2nd light (#115) make a left. Follow #115 (pass 2 Texaco gas stations, one on the right the other on the left). Make a left at the Libanese Bakery and follow the road until it dead ends at #413. Make a left on #413 (stay right at the fork that goes to the lighthouse)The Lazy Parrot is on your right next door to the Punta Mar Bakery. It is about 2 ½ miles once you are on #413.

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Last reviews

"Lazy Parrot Vacation Stay"

My husband and I stayed at this location last year (April). Had a very difficult time finding the place, but the clerk was very nice and stayed on the phone w/us until we got there (thank God we had service!). The roads are scary, very narrow and high elevations. Upon our arrival, I was so upset that they upgraded to a spectacular room w/great views. The entrance is nothing to brag about, but once inside it's like a lush tropical forest. The place was clean but lacking in amenities. My husband and I were up late one night and were extremely thirsty. We went down to the lobby in search of a vending machine or something but there was nothing in sight. We drove into the sleepy town and nothing was open. My husband finally had to break into the bar for a bottle of water. Overall, the place was okay.…

Celeste from NJ