Great, beautiful contemporary Mexican Guesthouse with gorgeous views. 3 comfortable Bedrooms available to guests with real beds (matrimonial and one has also a single bed), shared 2 bathrooms. Big balcony off 2nd floor. The 3rd floor has a huge 40' x 20' deck with great view of the city, with lots of privacy. Great, large kitchen, and spacious Dining Room, Living Room. Beautiful tiled bathroom on the main floor, and full bathroom on the second floor as well. Parking for 2 cars, and beautiful garden. Fantastic quiet cul-de-sac, and safe, friendly neighborhood. It's a 20 minute manageable hike to Centro. Buses are readily available for 5 pesos (40 cents) and you can easily flag a taxi to go back and forth for 30 pesos ($2.40) to Centro. Internet WIFI and phone. Because it is perched on a hill, the house is always comfortable (not too hot, not too cold) and gets a lot of light. With its panoramic views from both the balcony and the deck, you see the sunrise, and the sunset.
If your pet is still young, and you have to leave during the day, he will stay on the terrasse with Basil the dog. There is a shady area.
We stayed in Martine house, it's a beautiful traditional, colorful house. It's really near to awesome places in Guanajuato. About the services: Wi-Fi, Dish, Hot water, Books, all you could need to have a really nice experience.
One of the things i enjoyed there, was the amazing view in the morning.
Martine was all the time in contact, she was giving us information we possibly need, she's so nice.
I truly recommend this place. If you are thinking to stay in Guanajuato, this is an amazing house to enjoy with your friends.
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Originally from rural Quebec (1 1/2 hour from Quebec City), I share my time between Vancouver, Savary Island and Guanajuato. I'm an Artist Painter/Scenic Painter, with a love for music, decorating, and good food. During my travels, I found that a home away from home was important, and that's what I want to provide for people. I have a daughter in her 20's and her and I shared custody of a very loving MinPin Chihuahua, until they both moved to Montreal. Luckily while in Guanajuato, Basil the dog adopted me. Life is very short. Why not live it! I lived in Germany in my 20's, where my daugher was born, so I understand a certain level of German. And of course, I make my way in Spanish.