There is only guest room at the La Mamie River Beach House but it is a 45m≤ suite with decor that has been carefully chosen: masks made out of the local wood lying on the small wooden desk, Naive Art paintings hanging on the walls, Tainos patterns, etc. The charm of the place can be felt as soon as you step onto the lovely rug-covered wooden floor. Comfortably settled in on the 2-person sofa bed (perfect for children), you can watch television on a large flat-screen TV with a choice of 200 channels. A wooden staircase leads to the bedroom upstairs. There is no air-conditioning but a ceiling fan hanging above the bed will cool you off a little. Plus, with none of that background noise made by an air-conditioner, you'll have no trouble hearing the waves lapping on the shore! In any case, you'll never be overly hot thanks to the sea breeze. In the morning, you can have breakfast in your kitchen, which is equipped with a refrigerator, a freezer, a sink, cutlery and tea and coffee-making facilities (you will surely be provided with coffee from the La Mamie coffee plantation!). Room service is available until midnight. You can admire the Caribbean Sea from the wooden terrace. For any items of value, there is a free digital safe large enough to store a laptop and keep in mind that the Wi-Fi Internet access is free. The bathroom is as nicely decorated as the rest, with a special mention for the WC decorated with shells and starfish. The candles are as decorative as they are useful in case there is a power outage. Shells and starfish are again seen in the patterns on the shower curtain. Finally, you will also have a hair-dryer, which is rather rare in hotels in the Barahona region.