About this listing
The view to the Parroquia is unique. You will see it on postcards around town. Bed is queen size pillow top. attached bathroom is all Mexican handpainted tile. Prefer single woman but accasionally accept a couple.
This a private room in a rusticbrick and stone Mexican home. You enter the downstairs which has wood beamed ceilings and tiled floors. The huge arched doors face a flower and hummingbird filled patio There is a kitchen/dining room. This is available to renters.
Taking the stairway to the second floor is where the bedroom with private bath is located. Double bed, Mecican handpainted tile bathroom, huge arched door faces the patio.
This is located a 10 minute walk to Centro and a 3 minute walk to the Covered and Artisan's Market. We are across the street from the famous Mask Museum.
Third floor flower filled patio is communal and has a large outdoor dining table and an indoor tejado (porch.) It is available to guests during the day and wine/dining at sunset and to watch the lights come on in the city below.
The whole house is comfortable rustic..maybe Mexican shapbby chic. Purified water throughout, washing machine and maid service. Cable TV. wi-fi, land phone including long distance to USA, Canada and Canada
You will be made welcome.
This is a friendly tranquil place. Plenty of patios for outside smoking. Available for parties but not noisy ones with loud music. Very easy acces to taxis passing all the time, busses a few blocks away.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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I'm originally from Webster Groves Missouri. Have lived in several countries..Ecuador for 3 years, Finland for 1 year, Sweden for 3 years, Greece 8 years, now San Miguel 15 years. Have travelled in more than 100 countries.
I have 3 grown sons, 2 Japanese-American granddaughters, 1 Swedish American Grandson, and one Swedish American Albanian great granddaughter.
I have seen the world and now i enjoy having the world come to me.
You are welcome in my home.. Joyce (Alegria)