Casita Piedra is a cool, cozy, high, beamed ceiling stone room that creates a WOW when seen. Its walls are thick, affording the utmost in peace and quiet. Big art abounds including a vintage Ringling circus painting from the hostess' circus career. The bathroom is outside the door and features a copper sink and stone bathroom. It makes a great room for parents in Casita Blanca who want their kids to be on the same level, or a single, or two friends.
CASITA PIEDRA - Stone, Art, Red, Cozy and WOW!
While there is no view from Casita Piedra, there is a view of ocean from the main level and garden; gorgeous, sophisticated villa with 3 bedrooms and bathrooms housed in separate casitas. The community kitchen is also housed separately in the traditional Mexican style
Guests are welcome to bring their own food and use the main kitchen casita. Coffee and tea are provided with a welcome plate of fruit or homemade banana bread (on occasion). Continental breakfast can be provided for your stay upon request and an additional $10 usd pp. Be sure to let us know in advance. Our driver can provide airport transportation $140usd round trip) with a stop at Mega supermarket in Bucerias on your way from the airport so you can stock up on food if you wish.
Casita Piedra is a gorgeous, stone room with high ceilings and big art. It is a wow to those who see it and features a single and double bed with romantic mosquito netting and poured cement floors. The bathroom is directly outside the door with an antique copper sink/faucets and a stone shower. Located on the main level, there is a shady hammock area outside Casita Piedra and easy access to the Cocina Casita and garden. It makes a great adjunct to Casita Blanca which is on the same level if families or friends want to be together, therefore sleeping a total of 5 in Blanca's queen and the double and singles in Piedra.
Casita Blanca is also on the main level (see separate listing to book this casita and Casita Azul as the site only allows for one room at a time to be booked). Blanca is a charming casita (little house) with queen bed/mosquito netting, private balcony with table and chairs, kitchenette with medium refrigerator, 2-burner stove top, toaster oven, coffeemaker and pots/dishes. The bathroom has beautiful views from the stone shower and features a copper sink. Outside there's a banquette and hammock area, plus patio for yoga or lounging.
Casita Azul is on the upper level adjacent to the owner's quarters. It's private balcony and large windows provide sea views. The bathroom is charming with stone shower and high end fixtures and a tumbled marble counter.
The grounds are lush and the main garden is on the main level with a small dipping pool,; large, charming banquette and round table for El fresco dining or relaxing. A hammock area is tucked between Blanco and Piedra and offers a relaxing view of the jungle.
PLEASE NOTE: PRICES QUOTED ARE PER CASITA PER NIGHT OR WEEK. SUMMER RATES ARE $50.00 PER NIGHT, 3 NIGHT MINIMUM. WINTER RATES ARE $100 USD PER NIGHT, 7 NIGHT MINIMUM.
If you want fewer nights, ask as we will often accept 3 nights if there are openings.
Art abounds and is for sale; decor is understated and charming; floors are poured cement with tumbled stone details handpicked from the beaches. Ceilings are pitched and beamed with patate mat impressions in cement offering a lofty feeling in the casitas. Outdoor staircases and patios connect the casitas.
There is parking for two cars; street parking; and pull out parking on the main level for unloading groceries and luggage.
Board games, DVDs are provided; concierge services available upon asking including guest chef, massages, yoga instruction and cooking lessons in traditional Mexican fare.
Two friendly, adorable dogs are on the property to assure your safety and will provide you with endless love and laughter. Both are rescued from the Mexican streets. The owner is on site for property management but gone most of the day and evening for work.
Cocina Casita, the community kitchen; hammock area; banquette/table for al fresco in garden; 2 parking spots; patios for hanging out or yoga.
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Privacy as desired.
Laundry service provided in the pueblo.
Drinking water provided.
Beach towels provided. Umbrella available.
To be emailed upon booking. NOTE: No unpaid guests allowed; no animals unless approved. Casa Arriba is not a party house, it is more of a peaceful retreat so we ask that you respect other guests during your stay. And if you use it or break it, replace it please. Treat the casa as you would your own house. And have fun!
IMPORTANT: With the lax US laws re marijuana, some guests don't realize in Mexico it's a Federal offense and some foreigners have recently gleened 7-24 year prison sentences. Don't risk it or Casa Arriba and its guests, please.
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Hola! I am former public relations professional who worked with blue chip clients including Prince on his film, ¨Purple Rain¨, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, The President´s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, Stephen Wozniak´s rock and roll and computer extrvaganza, the Us Festival and many others for 30 years. While running my San Francisco firm, I renovated Ark de Triumph, an historic ark (1800s houseboat) in Sausalito, CA, and ran a bed and breakfast from part of it that was Ïnn of the Month in Travel & Leisure Magazine, featured in a half hour show on HGTV and in major travel and design media in the US. Casa Arriba is my next project and reflects my love of design, art and passion for architecture. According to a leading international architect, ¨There is nothing wrong with the design of this house¨.
I am now an artist and filmmaker and have taught art to over 100 ninos in Sayulita. My film, "Paraiso Antes Y Ahora" focuses on the history and original families of Sayulita. It's been shown numerous times in Sayulita and at the Sayulita Film Festival in 2014 and will be submitted to Latin Film Festivals in Mexico and the US. It's part of a mosaic mural project at Sayulita's Casa de la Cultura depicting the history of the pueblo, both of which are being sponsored by Costa Verde Collegio in Sayulita and the Sayulita Historical Project that captures the pueblo's history in photographs.
It would be remiss to live in Mexico without rescuing street dogs, two of whom win over guests at Casa Arriba, Chili is from the streets of Puerto Vallarta and Silver is from Lo de Marco, north of Sayulita. They are two of ten dogs who have come and sadly gone and they do an excellent job of keeping Casa Arriba safe for guests.
Mi casa es tu casa. Come with a sense of adventure, a love of beauty and peace, respect for your surroundings and a love of laughter and dogs. I'll do everything I can to help make your stay memorable.