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Casa Destino in Sayulita is a glorious retreat in the Riviera Nararit paradise, with two bedrooms and a great pool.
Casa Destino, a newly refurbished Mexican-style home with beautiful views of the surrounding hills and the village of Sayulita, Mexico. This gated home boasts lots of level parking, a shaded patio, tropical plantings and view terrace for romantic dinners. The chef's kitchen with breakfast bar will delight you.
Enjoy quiet time under the palapa or lounge in the hammock or available inflatable beds. Guests can sit on the terrace of the master bedroom or luxuriate in the outside shower enjoying full privacy yet the feeling of nature as well. The elegant pool will make you feel like you have your own luxurious resort. Turn on the Jacuzzi jets for an even greater experience.
Listen to the songs of the birds as the gentle breezes caress you and watch the sun set over the jungle. From Casa Destino, it is an easy walk to town and the beaches. There are many shops and restaurants to tempt you. Stroll the white sand beaches or join the surfers on Sayulita’s mellow surfing waves. Los Muertos beach is only an eight minute walk down a virgin jungle road where birdlife abounds.
Please contact us via the form with any questions and to arrange your stay. Many adventures await you at Casa Destino and we look forward to welcoming you to this lovely Sayulita Mexico vacation rental.
Daily rates based on 7 day occupancy. Shorter stays are allowed but at higher rates.
High season: October-May $1,365.00 a week
Low season: June-September $1,225.00 a week
Holidays: Christmas, New Years, Easter and spring break $1,925.00 a week
additional nights at $195/night (high season); 175/night low season
Reservation cancellation is 50% refundable up to 30 days prior to the start of the reservation.
Amy and Bill Stronks fell in love with Mexico after celebrating their wedding in Puerto Vallarta in 2006. They decided they wanted to spend more time south of the border enjoying the people and the culture of Mexico and learned about the town of Sayulita. After visiting, they fell in love with the village and Casa Destino. Unfortunately, they were unable to make the move to live in Mexico full-time or even seasonally, but are happy to be able to share Casa Destino with many wonderful guests. For their guests, they want Casa Destino to reflect the happiness that their time in Mexico brings them. In the States, Amy and Bill operate a Michigan Farmstay- Woofs and Hoofs Ranch at Anniversary Acres (woofsandhoofsranch.com)- where they entertain guests interested in experiencing life on a small farm. Amy and Bill believe in the restorative power of farm life and being able to share their farm has been a blessing. Enjoyment is found with each other, nature, art, good food, and the farm animals. Days are spent feeding, mucking (cleaning stalls), tending to animal emergencies, riding horses, playing with goats, and addressing the long list of general maintenance and upkeep that accompanies farm life. On an average day, Bill can be found on his tractor or in his woodshop while Amy is likely in the barn either in her art studio painting or in the riding arena on one of her horses. It is an active life that they both enjoy. The only drawback to farm life is that it makes getting to Sayulita for long periods of time more difficult!