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Casa Don Pedro in Sayulita is a charming Mexican cabana in a garden setting with views over the river and close to everything. Walking distance to beaches and shops of Sayulita.
Casa Don Pedro is a hidden gem that sits in the hillside overlooking its lush tropical garden with bananas and guavas. Its large front porch is its gracious welcoming and serves as the main living area (Its the tropics you can live outside).
There are two large bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a kitchen opening up to the porch. The master bedroom has a king size bed, A/C and a private bathroom with a large shower. The second bedroom has a king size bed and a twin, it is a family room with shared access to the bathroom. Both bedrooms have high ceilings and large windows for air and light.
Casa Don Pedro is centrally located to all parts of town. Only four blocks to the north end beach, four blocks to the central beach, two blocks downtown and three blocks to the Punta de Mita Hwy. The house sits at the top of the property and the overlooks the riverbed. It is always accompanied with lush tropical views and gentle breezes. The sound of the neighborhood will give you a feeling of being in Mexico as you watch the town go by from the privacy of the front porch. There is a small store about a 1/2 block away that you can get basic groceries and beer. But many more stores just 2 blocks to town.
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Pricing is in USD per night
Nov. thru May $100.00 per night;
June thru Oct. $75.00 per night;
Christmas/New Year; Thanksgiving; Spring Break/Semana Santa; Presidents' Day: $140.00 per night.
The town of Sayulita and it’s surrounding beauty became my home in the early days of January 1992. Camping along the Mexico coast with my aunt and her kids, they brought me to Sayulita and it didn’t take me long to realize I had found my forever heart home. I reluctantly left after 5 years, but have continued to visit with my husband and children ever since. I’ve watched Sayulita grow from a literal “sleepy” fishing village where siesta was 2-5 and all stores and restaurants were closed and only one phone in town (at the paletaría) to a lively, fun, sophisticated, art filled, surfing pueblo. I can’t say that it hasn’t been difficult to watch the town grow and develop. But there is always an underlying beauty and vibrancy to Sayulita and Nayarit that has always had a magnetic quality to it and if you love it once, you will love it forever. We have enjoyed this home and it’s fabulous “local” neighborhood together for many years and I am happy to share this sweet humble casita in Sayulita.