About this listing
Casa Pacifica is a B&B from November through April, providing breakfast at its seasonal rooftop cafe, Mauna Kea Cafe. Breakfast is not provided in the summer months. WiFi is available throughout. The Blue Hawaii Suite has a Q bed, kitchen and bath.
The Blue Hawaii Suite offers a full kitchen, private bath, queen size bed, small sofa bed, overhead and standing fans, dining and living areas, patios, lush gardens, jungle setting, Hawaiian decor along with family heirlooms and touches of Mexico.
Mauna Kea Cafe is seasonal, open from November through April. Guests share the rooftop cafe for breakfast dining (open to the public only for breakfast) and entertaining friends. The gardens and patios are shared by all. Guests experience a feeling of seclusion in a quiet environment.
Interaction with Guests
Susana lives on site and is happy to chat with guests about the activities and amenities in and around the Chacala areas. She has extensive maps, can schedule tours and trips and can help translate. Come meet her staff: Juan Pedro, Bertha, Chabela and Alejandro, some who have been with her for 14 years. Guest return every year knowing that Susana and her staff are consistently there to welcome them.
Chacala is a small fishing and tourist village. Those that love Chacala are looking for a very Mexican experience. It is low key, friendly, hospitable, off the beaten path, hidden. The many activities can be enjoyed or thought of as "good idea", once the guest gets tired of relaxing on the beach and in the surf.
Chacala is located an hour and half north of Puerto Vallarta. It is located three hours south of Guadalajara. Public transportation in the form of collectivos, vans, taxis and buses are available. Some visitors rent cars.
Other Things to Note
Casa Pacifica's web site is (website hidden).
The (website hidden) Map address is: Casa Pacifica Bed & Breakfast, Los Corchos #15, Chacala, Nayarit, Mexico 63715. Chacala is located north of Puerto Vallarta by one and half hours.
ATM is located in Las Varas 15 minutes away.
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