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Oaxaca, Mexico  (# 17386)
 Casa Machaya Oaxaca Bed & Breakfast
  VacationsFRBO Oaxaca Vacation Rentals Property ID 17386 Casa Machaya  

Major City: Oaxaca
Distance: 0 mi
Community: Oaxaca Bed & Breakfast As

Type:   House
Area: Privacy

Bedrooms: 2
Sleeps: 4
Baths: 1
Size: 950 Sq Ft

Internet: Yes
Pets OK: No
Pool: No
Spa: No

Calendar: No
Exchange: No
For Sale: No
Credit Cards: No

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Phone: 951-132-8203

Languages: English

Personal Website: http://www.oaxacadream.com

VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2006-07-13

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Unique among B & B's, Casa Machaya Oaxaca Bed & Breakfast has only
one rental unit...a spacious complete level of our home we spent 4
years building into the side of a cliff, yet only 10 minutes from
the heart of downtown Oaxaca, the zocalo. Complete privacy with all
amenities: full eat-in kitchen (14' x 15') even has a cot in the
open air section for aftenoon snoozes, and of course the little
things like coffee maker, toaster, unlimited purified drinking
water, table and four chairs, etc.; 3 piece washroom with an
abundance of hot water; bedsittingroom (19' x 13') with queen bed
(same quality as ours), futon, TV, 3 piece settee, radio, ceiling
fan, night tables; landscaped patio (20' x 22') with padded lawn
chairs, stone table and 4 chairs for outdoor dining and large
umbrella to protect you from the sun; and there's even a small
bedroom for children with bunk beds...and a crib with all
accessories. Services and comforts of a hotel with personal touch
and quaintness of a country inn. Canadian hosts. Our guest guide is
comprehensive and provides valuable information with advice about
how to stay healthy, where to eat, facts about Oaxaca, restaurants
listed by category and some restaurant reviews, and about touring
the villages, sites and ruins. Spectacular vistas from the bedroom,
kitchen and patio. After a hard day of touring,come home and relax
on the patio and take a nap before going out for dinner or starting
to prepare your own Oaxacan meal in your kitchen; read; paint or
draw; or listen to music. Wake up to the sounds of rooster calls
and traditional Mexican music echoing across the valley.



*airport transportation

*complimentary snacks and drinks upon arrival

*complimentary drive to the downtown location of your choice weekday

*washer, dryer, phone and internet available

*Oaxacan neighbors are very friendly, and from all walks of life

*our own neighborhood watch provides added security (never an issue)

*one minute from the house is a stone and grass walking path winding
up the mountain for early morning walks, from which you can see
Monte Alban

*we are in our fifties, Oaxaca has been our passion since 1991 and
we moved here permanently a couple of years ago...therefore, in
terms of knowledge and resources, we're up to the task as the
reviews on the internet state clearly

*supply of full breakfast foods included in weekly rate: eggs,
cereal, fresh rolls and fruit, tea, coffee, condiments,etc.




Cooking lessons: Private cooking classes in our large traditional
Mexican kitchen (pictured) are available for between 1 and 5 people
only, by one of Oaxaca's preeminent native Mexican chefs.

Tourguiding Services:
Once again restricted to a maximum of 4 people, you won't be crammed
into a van with 10 others or on a tour bus at the mercy of the
driver or organizer as to how much time is spent at each site...and
we go one step further by custom designing routes to meet your
particular interests, with no backtracking or doddling. We'll make
sure your day or two of touring maximizes your cultural experiences
as economically as possible. We can even design a route covering 13
diverse attractions out of the city in 10 different towns and
villages, without tapping too much of your energy...including
several crafts demonstrations. Attractions are unlimited, so only a
smattering is in order:

*barro negro or black pottery at San Bartolo Coyotepec

*cochineal ranch and reseach center for natural dyes at Santa Maria

*carved brilliantly painted alebrijes at San Martin Tilcajete

*cotton textiles on a backstrap loom at Santo Tomas Jalieza

*the Aguiliar sister at Ocotlan for clay painted figures

*A 3rd generation knifemaker using recylced metals and stone hearth

*spectacular mural at Ocotlan by maestro Rodolfo Morales and his home

*Ocotlan marketplace if touring on Friday

*Tlacolula marketplace if touring on Sunday

*el Tule, purportedly the world's largest tree

*16th c. church at Tlacochuaya with in tact frescos + 17th c. organ

*mezcal factory tour and tasting - full day mezcal tour available too

*rugs at Teotitlan del Valle - from carding wool to dying and weaving

*ruin and marketplace at Mitla

*ruins at Yagul, Dainzu and more

The foregoing is an example only of what can be accomplished in two
days. There are several other sites, ruins, marketday villages and
opportunities to tour the mountains and other quaint villages.

Your guide is a recognized destinations expert for Oaxaca on a major
international travel website, and special consultant to documentary
film production companies.



Per couple 47 weeks of the year, for 200 the weekly rate is $415 USD For the other 5 weeks it's $490 Inquire re monthly rate and rates for 3 or 4 persons


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