Hammocks for two in a traditional Mayan hut in a jungle setting, right in the middle of the historic district of Valladolid. Two handmade Mayan hammocks, a traditional low Mayan table (used to make tortillas) plus two stools are the only furnishings.
Live like an ancient Maya princesa. Side by side hammocks gently sway under a thatched-roof hut. Traditional construction with traditional (and authentic) furnishings. Please note there is NO BED. The listing options do not allow me to note this. Full bathroom with flush toilet, a sink and cold water shower plus a ceiling fan. WiFi and electric outlets (a Maya princesa never had these options). Towels, shampoo, and conditioner are provided as well as light blankets for cooler nights. A big jug of purified water is provided for your drinking needs. On the grounds of Casa Hamaca Guesthouse where you can use the plunge pool, bar and restaurant during the hours they are open. Credit cards accepted. You are also invited to attend any scheduled event...like movie night, dance night, Mariachi in the park night or the monthly lecture series sponsored by the Valladolid English Library. Casa Hamaca Guesthouse is located on a small park in a quiet neighborhood just a few blocks from the main square...and away from the auto-buses filled with day-trippers. The Valladolid English Library is located on the grounds of Casa Hamaca and offers free membership. Massage and facials are available at additional costs.
All public areas of Casa Hamaca Guesthouse are open for your use.
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I attempt to greet every guest and am usually available from 6:00AM to 8:00PM for questions or directions.
If you are traveling in southern Mexico, unless you stay in a new high-rise hotel, used toilet paper gets deposited in a basket next the toilet. Plese DO NOT put it in the toilet as it will cause problems for you and for other guests. Do not drink the tap water; a large jug of purified water is in the Pixan Palapa for your drinking needs.
No noise in the mornings until all the other guests are up (usually by 8:30AM or so). Gates to the ground are closed and locked at 10:00PM; if you are going to be out later, let reception know and they will give you a key and show you how to get in. Please be considerate of other guests and of our neighbors.
Casa Hamaca Guesthouse is for travelers looking to experience the real Yucatan:
the food, the culture, the customs, the language and the people.
Welcoming, Friendly, Affordable, Very comfortable