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Casita Cocoon in Sayulita, Mexico offers a unique and colorful yet quiet and comfortable home away from home. It sits in the perfect location being just a 5-7 minute walk to the beach and the central part of town. Enjoy peace & quiet while at home as it is just far enough away from the lively hustle and bustle and downtown. As you walk down Ninos Heroes into town or to the beach, you'll experience a lot of local, lively flair - always keeping things interesting!
Casita Cocoon is finely appointed with beautiful comfortable seating, a full kitchen, a queen bed, ample bathroom with a shower and an outdoor seating area. The Casita is kept very clean, A/C is optional for those warmer summer days & WiFi is available if you need to connect back to reality. The property has a refreshing saline swimming pool which is shared between the Casita and the larger two bedroom house. The jungle sounds are acutely audible, and so many birds around! If you need more room, Casita Cocoon also has a two bedroom home located on the same property. View here.
Air conditioning for your comfort. However, please keep in mind electricity is expensive in Mexico so we ask for you to only use the A/C when needed and turn it off if you are not at the house. For your safety, we also ask that when you leave the home during the day & retire in the evenings please lock up all windows and doors. Do not create crimes of opportunity! Keep valuables and electronics out of site.
The property hosts a refreshing saline swimming pool for your use. There is a beautiful palapa by the pool to provide you with shade as you lounge. It is private with a beautiful, soothing water fall feature that delicately cascades into the pool. Thank you for not diving as the pool is shallow and no glass allowed anywhere near the pool or on the way to the pool. You swim in the pool at your own risk. No heavy alcohol use by the pool. And the old rule, no running around due to the fact you can slip.
As in most areas in Mexico, water in Sayulita is a precious commodity, so using water with awareness is greatly appreciated.
Tony, the house manager will be there to greet you and give you details, a key, etc. Please Be sure to contact Tony a day or two before you arrive to give him an idea of your arrival time. He does not live on site, so please give him an ample heads up of your arrival.It is best to find him on whatsapp under this number, which I will share, after you have booked your stay at Casita Cocoon. Thanks!
From November to May, there is a really great Farmer’s market on Fridays in Sayulita where you can find organic veggies, and many handmade and interesting products as well as delicious food. It is a great place to enjoy lunch while listening to live music. 10:00am -2:00pm
There are a few smaller, local grocery stores in Sayulita that carry quite small selection of products you might find back home.For a larger selection of produce, grocery items, drinks, beer, wine, etc, stop on your way to Sayulita from Puerto Vallarta at “MEGA”, a full grocery and department store, kind of like a Super Target, Mexico style. There you can buy supplies and food, if you plan to cook at home. It is on the north end of PV, right on the main highway to Sayulita. Google it, and it will come up. MEGA. :-)
The main Sayulita beach tends to be a busier beach scene. If you prefer a quieter beach, just walk north, for 5-10 minutes to the “North Side” beach. Playa de los Muertos, is more chill as well, which is to the south. From Casita Cocoon, continue to walk away from town on the dirt road that the Casa is on.There are many places in town to rent surfboards, boogie boards, lessons,etc. Anything else you might need, just search this website, as SayulitaLife is a rich resource for anything you might wish to do, or anything you are looking for in the area. There is great Humpback whale watching certain times of the year, where the whales come back to mate and give birth in the same area every year. (Nov - March).
WiFi network and password will be given to you after you have booked. Please note, the internet connection can go in and out for no reason. Be patient and realize, its Mexico!
Please use the contact form or call/text for inquiries or to make a reservation.
I also except Venmo.
Seasonal rates are per night and in US Dollars
LOW SEASON (Summer ~ June through October): $80 USD / Night
HIGH SEASON (Winter ~ November through May): $125 USD / Night
HOLIDAYS (Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year, Sayulita Days, Semana Santa): $135 USD / Night
35 USD cleaning fee
250 USD security deposit
extra guest after 2: 24 USD per person / per night
Discounts for stays over 2 weeks!
Lovedy is a lover of life and goes for the gusto. She appreciates great design, art and is a believer that our beauty resides within. And that… kindness rules! She is originally from Denver, CO, and spends time between Sayulita and Denver. Lovedy is a professional interior designer she has an impeccable eye. She pays attention to detail, but sees the overall big picture as well. Her love for the ocean and the Sayulita lifestyle has her in Sayulita whenever is possible. Please feel free to ask her anything. The Mexico phone number is for my Property manager, Tony. You need to contact Tony on WhatsApp. He will be meeting you to let you in to the casita, share key, add'l info, etc. It is necessary to give him a heads up on your arrival day, with your estimated time of arrival. Tony is very helpful and speaks English and Spanish fluently. The ADDRESS of Casita Cocoon is Guanabana #2. Sayulita. This address is off Ninos Heroes. Goggle maps doesn't take you to the right address, so follow these instructions, please. Once you get to the end of Ninos Heroes, turn right where there is a hand painted sign that says Playa Los Muertos. Go up the short hill, and as you go around the very first curve, the steps to Casa and Casita Cocoon are on the right. The low blue wall on the right has the name "CASA COCOON painted on it, and there is a Butterfly on the other side. If you go through the first curve you past it. The Casita is 1/2 way up the stairs on the left. If you park there, pull car up on the right past the steps Thank you!