Just up the road from Borinquen, the Buena Vista is a former working cattle farm that started offering lodging 25 years ago, when that was a novel idea here. The Ocampo family sold 12 milk cows to build five rustic cabinas with a restaurant in the middle, but as soon as they opened, the fierce winds here blew off all the roofs. Undaunted, they got a loan from the bank and planted trees to block the wind. Today the lodge has 82 rooms, five restaurants, a canopy tour, a big hot springs complex with mud baths, a thrilling 450-meter waterslide, and horseback riding. Rooms are basic but adequate and vary widely in style; some are a bit dark.