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Topic: Is "Two Brothers Surf Resort" a good spot to stay?
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Topic: Is "Two Brothers Surf Resort" a good spot to stay?
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Jeff

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Nicaragua Nicaragua

 

 

Is "Two Brothers Surf Resort" a good spot to stay?

Has anyone heard of/stayed at "Two Brothers Surf Resort"?  I'm heading down to Nica for the first week of August and am considering staying at this location.  Thanks!

Cheers,

Jeff



By:

dane

RE: Is

I have not stayed with them, but I am a surf guide and may be able to offer a cheaper alternative.  contact me for details, dane@chasingequilibrium.com.  cheers.

By:

hugo

RE: Is

2 hermanos is at Playa Maderas. At high tide it´s 2 cm from the ocean.. It´s run down, very basic, alittle overpriced ($7 in a dorm i believe), and uninterested, machista and utterly bored staff. Up norht (15 min walk on the beach) there are a few much nicer places, like mathilda´s. but at high tide it´s a pain walking on the beach back and forward to the Maderas break, whihc is literaly in front of 2 hermanos.. I stayed here because of the break on the front porch but I had a hard time spending my (little) money to such uninterested people. See for yourself!



By:

Keith

Two Brothers Surf Resort

Hey, Two Brothers is actually located in Popoyo and is a great value an amazing accommodation - much better alternative to a hotel or surf camp - private, exclusive, but very affordable.  Check out online reviews at Trip Advisor!

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