Experience a boutique hotel with the highest rating in Costa Rica for sustainable tourism and discover its organic shade grown coffee on an organic coffee plantation.
Everything was excellent! Thank you so much for your hospitality and commitment to environmental conservation!”
- Michael & Maureen Zorell
Finca Rosa Blanca Coffee Plantation and Inn is the creation of Teri and Glenn Jampol. Living next door to the hotel allows them to oversee the guests’ every need. Their two daughters Lily and Olivia, grew up at Rosa Blanca along with countless dogs, cats, friends and family. They now live, work and study in New England, USA.
“Owner/designers Glenn and Teri Jampol live here with their two children, and the rapport with guests and Costa Rican staff is noticeably warmer and more responsive than in many places. Glenn is an artist and builder, Teri is an excellent chef, culling from her garden organically grown strawberries and asparagus.”
- Mary Heebner, Conde Nast Traveler
In 2004, Glenn Jampol was elected to the Board of Directors of The International Ecotourism Society. Founded in 1990, TIES is the largest and oldest ecotourism organization in the world dedicated to generating and disseminating information about ecotourism. As a non-governmental organization, TIES is unique in its efforts to provide guidelines and standards, training, technical assistance, research and publications to foster sound ecotourism development and to make tourism a viable tool for conservation, poverty alleviation, protection of culture and biodiversity, sustainable development and educational as well as leisure travel. In 2007, Glenn Jampol was elected President of the Board of Directors the National Chamber of Ecotourism of Costa Rica, (Cámara Nacional de Ecoturismo- CANAECO www.canaeco.org, a government-sanctioned institution for ecotourism affairs and an affiliation of hotels that adhere to the goals and precepts of responsible tourism in Central America. Glenn is an artist who has had exhibitions in the United States, Costa Rica and Europe.
Teri Jampol is on the board of the Taoist Tai Chi Society of Costa Rica (www.taoist.org), an international nonprofit organization which promotes tai chi, health and community service throughout the world. Teri’s other passions include cooking and the cultivation of organic fruit and vegetables.
Finca Rosa Blanca Coffee Plantation and Inn has the highest rating in Costa Rica for sustainable tourism (5 green leaves) and cultivates its own organic shade grown coffee on its 40 acre organic coffee farm for the use of the hotel guests.