The Communal Kitchen offers guests a unique vacation experience. Prepare your own meals, smoothies, salads and juices (16 oz per day) using our beautiful kitchen. We stock the communal
kitchen with an abundance of local, seasonal and organic fruits and vegetables. The nightly rate includes using the communal kitchen and fruits and vegetables. This set-up is best for...
- an affordable travel option
- a long-term visit
- practicing a healing diet
- connecting with healing foods
- traveling out and about often
The Harvest House kitchen is ultra-convenient for guests to use. It has a refrigerator and stove, and is stocked with kitchenware, dinnerware, cookware, utensils,
blenders, juicer, mixer, dehydrator, organic fruits and vegetables from the farm and local area, and a dishwashing station to clean up after yourself. Guests use
pantry and refrigerator space for personal groceries that are not provided by Farm of Life (e.g. nuts, seeds, grains, raw gourmet ingredients, etc). Groceries
can be bought at Costa Rica markets, or brought in luggage.
Occasionally at the evening meal, multiple guests are preparing their dinners and a potluck gathering evolves. Often, guests are on different schedules and use
the space separate of one another. Some take fruit to-go and others eat-in. Some guests prepare their own meals, and other order from our delightful menu.
Relax without the inconvenience of meal preparation. We do not have a restaurant, but we do serve dinner in the Harvest House for an additional cost. Let the
chef know your dietary preference (raw simple, raw gourmet, cooked vegan or vegetarian) and the chef will tailor a 3-course dinner for you. Dinners range from $16 - $20 pp
plus sales tax and gratuity. Indicate your preferences for meal service with your reservation, or inform your hosts during your stay.
We also sell raw snacks to take on your tours, scrumptious raw tortes and pies for dessert, and a raw nut cereal for breakfast.