Directions & Contact

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Your Hosts: Michael A. Marra and Pedro Jurado-Cotto

Telephone: 787-885-0471
Toll Free: 888-560-2816
Fax: 787-885-0475

Email: Click here

Physical Address:
Carretera 977, Km. 1.2
Barrio Saco
Ceiba, PR 00735

Mailing Address:
PO Box 1067
Ceiba, PR 00735

Directions from San Juan International Airport:
Take 26E to Carolina, staying in the 2 left lanes, where you will pick up Route 66 (this highway has a toll of $1.50, but it is much faster to get to Route 3). At the end of 66, bear to the right onto Route 3E (Belz Factory Outlet will be on your right). Follow this road through Rio Grande, Luquillo, then Fajardo, where the road will become Highway 53. You will soon come to a toll booth ($1.00). After the toll, take the first exit (exit 5) to Ceiba Norte. At the bottom of the exit, take a right onto road 975; travel about 1 mile, then turn right onto road 977. Travel about ¾ mile until you see a sign on your left at the driveway to the Inn. You cannot see the property from the street. You are here!

Directions from Ponce:
Take Highway 52 heading East towards Salinas and continue on 52 heading North through Cayey and into Caguas. Exit onto route 30 heading East towards Juncos and Humacao. (be careful here; you will have to travel on route 1 for a short distance to get onto route 30. Continue on route 30 til it ends in Humacao, and exit onto Highway 53 heading north to Fajardo. Take exit 5 in Ceiba (Ceiba Centro). At the bottom of the exit, turn left onto road 975. Travel on 975 for 1 mile. At the intersection with road 977 turn right. Travel on 977 for ¾ mile. You will see a big sign that reads Ceiba Country Inn on your left at the bottom of our driveway.

What guests say about us:

LenoreHR
Madison, WI
We're so happy we stayed at Ceiba Country Inn. Although it is only about 15-20 minutes from Fajardo and Luquillo, it felt like we were very far away from the city because it was so peaceful and relaxing. Pedro and the staff were wonderful and we never wanted for anything. Our room was comfortable and the breakfasts (fresh fruits, home made breads, great coffee) were delicious. I loved the friendly animals that live there and I enjoyed reading in a hammock while a couple of the dogs napped nearby on a lazy afternoon. It really is a beautiful place and we'll be back when we make it back to PR someday.
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