The place has seen better days. While the grounds of La Sirena are beautiful and the ranch buildings were once too, they need attention. Bugs are not attempted to be controlled and there are many. The beds are minimal as are the bathrooms. Stay here for the adventure and great people not the comfort.
The people made this a memorable place to stay. Romero our guide for horseback riding was a lovely man. He also helped at mealtimes. The horses themselves were great - sensitive to the touch and sounds to trot, canter, slow down, stop, etc. The food the night of arrival was excellent thick slices of roast cooked perfectly, not over done as many other places; a delicious beef & boar mixed sausage; potatoes, bread & butter and champagne. Alva, the cook, was very sweet and her meals all very good. Talo the only English speaker who had to come find us in Mercedes was not always around but very nice and helpful. Good people.