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Holiday b and b in Mexico
5 bedrooms • 5 bathrooms • sleeps 16
“If you're looking to enjoy peace and quite on the beach this is” We've gone to abadia for the last 4-5 years for one to two weeks at a time. Victor, Viviana, Celestino and Jill always make us feel at home. If home was on an isolated beach with nice waves, incredible sunsets and no neon signs. But home's not like that that's why we go to abadia. The rooms are great. The baths are private and more than you could need. Victor and Viviana make great food and don't mind special requests. Eating great food with unobstructed views of the sun set into the ocean and the sound of the ocean waves make for a perfect setting. We go back each year to relax and recharge. Reading, bogie boarding or walking miles down the beach can't be beat for vacation time. Mike and Marie Knoxville, TN
3 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • sleeps 8
“Excellent B&B; in the center of Mexico” My friend and I stayed at the Quinta amada for almost one month. We absolutely loved the place. The rooms are very well decorated and soo comfortable. You can see the Malinche and Popocatepetl volcanos from the balcony! We often walked or took the local bus (only 10 minutes) to the center of the city. Some very good restaurants there and really not expensive. The people are friendly and it is very peacefull. Also many opportunities for trekking in that area or visiting villages or ruins (like Xochitecatl). Sharon is a perfect host, very attentionate and she cooks the best breakfasts! We will never forget her homemade muesli (with local fresh yoghurt and fruits), her waffles and muffins! Mexico city is only at 1h30 drive and Puebla (charming city) 50 minutes from Tlaxcala. It is an excellent base to discover the center of Mexico and feel like home. Thank you soo much for everything Sharon, hope we can visit you again soon!
1 bedroom • 1 bathroom • sleeps 2
“Better Than I Imagined - Perfect in Everyway” My wife and I choose this Bed and Breakfast because we wanted a small place without lots of crowds. We had read the reviews on Tripadvisor and high expectations. We were not disappointed. The villa is beautiful - very Mexican in style and decor. Our room was spacious with big windows and great ocean breezes. We had the Riviera room and our terrace was huge - the ocean views were fantastic, but we were even more taken with the view of the jungle. The terrace was right up in the palm treetops, and every afternoon we had the most spectaular sunsets. The rooftop lounge area was great - again, the views from the roof were amazing - we could even see the Tulum Ruins in the distance. We enjoyed the jacuzzi at night - with the full moon lighting up the ocean. The pool is very nice - candle light at night and some nice music playing at the pool. Breakfast was a special treat - something different everyday - beautifully presented. The owners/hosts are great - so helpful, but always respected our privacy. The beach across from the villa is very nice - wide and sandy. There was a pretty wild surf, and swimming was not really possible, but we enjoyed watching the waves and exploring the tidepools. The location was great for day trips to the various ruins and cenotes. A day on the beach in Tulum is a must, but we were happy to return to our beautiful room at the end of the day.
2 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • sleeps 12
“unplug, relax, and get happy!” My husband and I cannot wait to go back to Casa Mediodia! The food, rooms, ocean views, and hostess were fantastic! I have never felt so pampered, cared for, and relaxed anywhere else! We arrived late Thursday night in the dark, and Irene was waiting to give us a quick tour, show us to our room, and point out that you can see every star in the sky and the Milky Way! Gorgeous!!! When we woke in the morning it was to a jaw-droppingly beautiful view of an ocean sunrise. I wandered up to the main house for coffee and on my way I took in the succulent garden, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Before long Irene came in with an amazing breakfast! While we were there, Irene made us things like Mexican eggs, huevos rancheros, homemade banana bread, and the best of all - a peach and pear cobbler with a French toast crust! I was stuffed and happy after every meal, taking my time to enjoy the delicious food, fun conversation with Irene and the other guests, the sparkling ocean view, and all the little birds and butterflies flitting around the porch. There is plenty to do throughout the day either near/on the property (hikes to tide pools, wildlife viewing, dolphin spotting, ocean viewing) and in the nearby towns (shopping, visit La Bufadora, horseback riding, visit beach, visit Ensenada). Irene was around all day to answer questions and give us directions on where to go. We spent our evening at Casa Mediodia on the porch with wine, watching the sunset on the ocean, enjoying a snack plate (prepared by Irene) and a fire in the chimenea. I am telling everyone to come visit Casa Mediodia to unplug, relax, and get happy!