This is one of the more rustic of the quetzal viewing lodges in this area. It’s also the closest to the main highway. Also known as Finca Eddie Serrano, it is run by the friendly local Serrano family. Choose from a series of small wooden cabins and A-frame log cabins, as well as dormitory rooms in the main lodge building. Inside, you’ll find low-lying beds and exposed log or varnished-wood walls. Many have low ceilings, thanks to the pitch of the A-frame roofs. Meals are served family style, and both breakfast and dinner are included in the rates, as is a 2-hour guided tour of trails through the lodge’s private reserve. The quetzal viewing at this place is as good as it gets, especially between December and May.