About this listing
Beautiful light-filled 3rd floor apartment in a magical compound nestled in a canyon 5 blocks from the Jardin(main plaza). Private patio and garden. Fully equipped kitchen. Internet. WiFi.Cable.Parking. Pet friendly. It's like living in the country.
It's the kind of place you don't want to leave. Perfect for one or two people.You are up among the trees with an incredible view of town yet in another world. Just 5 blocks from the Jardin it's in the country side.
There is a second bedroom/office available for a third person, with a single bed, for an extra fee. Please ask if you are interested.
You have access to the garden and 4th floor terrace with a spectacular view of the town and canyon.
Interaction with Guests
I live on the property and love assisting my guests in whatever they may need. I aim to be invisibly available. I can also help you plan personal retreats.
Our location is very special. We are tucked away on a cul-de-sac. Close enough to the action yet removed just enough to provide a sense of spaciousness.
There are taxis and buses available throughout town.
Please let us know in advance when you will be arriving so that we can figure out the best way to get you the keys. Please be respectful of others in the compound. It is OK to party but do so quietly after 12 am. Please lock all doors when you leave the building. If you lose your keys please let us know immediately.
Casa Dharma was truly unique, a hideaway, very cozy, comfortable with amazing views over the town. Peaceful, private and perfectly located. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
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About the Host, Patricia
I am a co-founder of The Wellness Institute of San Miguel de Allende (WISMA), a non-profit center dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of cancer patients and others seeking healing. I lead short and long term personal retreats as well as provide end-of-life care.
“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson