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It's hard to classify Casa Angelitos. It's not a hotel; it's not a B&B; it's more of a specialty housing. I was there for a month on a working vacation. During this time, I felt I was almost part of the family. The common areas are also areas shared by Roger, Rosana, and daughter Isabela, so the hosts interact a lot with guests. Photos can't adequately describe the beauty of the place. It feels like a castle with gorgeous works of folk art. The owners are very involved in the organic movement and ecological issues. They are connected to Via Organica, a good organic, resasonably priced restaurant and grocery store. They are very socially conscious.
PROS: beautiful house/castle; helpful, interactive hosts; friendly Mexican cook/housekeepers (Vicenta, Sandra, Juana); excellent breakfasts for purchase; good quality towels and even washcloths !!; wonderful view of sunsets; comfortable bed; reasonably priced; good outdoor areas to relax; refrigerator & stove included; Vonage phone for free calls to the States
CONS: The house has a lot of stairs. If you have any mobility issues, this place wouldn't be good for you. Also the house is an easy walk into town--down, down, down--but a difficult walk up. If you don't mind walking up steep hills or taking a taxi back (40 pesos, about $3.00USD) then it won't be a problem. When I was there, there was a lot of construction going on (both at Casa Angelitos and nearby areas), making it noisy during the day. Wi-Fi was sketchy in my room but available in main part of house.