We stayed at this hotel called Hostal Doña Maria, which I thought was great. I slept well, in a comfortable, well-conditioned room, and was awoken by birdsong before heading down for a delicious breakfast prepared by the hosts of the place who make you feel very welcome. The hostel is great and the staff are extremely warm and friendly.
Never mind the busy road right outside -- once behind the tall wall of this boutique hotel you won't know there is a rest of the world out there. Casa de Campo is a small hotel with beautiful rooms, a great brekkie, attentive service, and spectacular grounds to roam across. There is a small pool, good wi-fi, and lots of living space both covered and uncovered. One we particularly enjoyed was the outdoors TV room with a wet bar; there, we watched children's cartoons in Spanish until it was time to ship Cooper off to bed. The bathrooms in the guest rooms are particularly nice -- spacious, with a rain-shower faucet and plenty of counter space. Casa de Campo is one of the nicest places not only in Pedasi but in the whole of Panama, though the prices are reasonable compared to its peers.
We were staying at Venao Cove, but there was not restaurant and although there was a kitchen there was no place to buy food, so we often found ourselves walking down the beach, along a stream, across the road, and to Eco Venao, a resort-y type of place tucked into the jungle. Food is geared toward tourists and not particularly cheap, though by far cheaper than what's on offer at the bigger resorts down the beach. Beers were $2 and mains started at $8, though there was also a lunch special in the $5 range. The dining area is under an airy canopy with forest animals just outside -- including howler monkeys.