It’s not possible to find a room closer to the waves in Playa Sámara. While not true treehouses, four raised-stilt wooden cabins are supported by columns made from whole tree trunks in a tight line facing the ocean. They have prized ocean views from the elevated perch of their large sitting rooms, although the bedrooms feel a bit small and spartan, and there’s no air-conditioning. However, every unit here comes with a kitchenette, as well as a large space underneath the living area equipped with a varnished-wood table and chairs and a couple of woven hammocks. There’s a tiny pool at the center of the complex, and a few chaise lounges on a patch of well-tended grass facing the beach.