Sayulita VacationsFRBO Property 22612 Vacation Rental
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Sayulita, Mexico  (# 22612)
 Oceanview, stunning new villa or 2 casitas
  VacationsFRBO Sayulita Vacation Rentals Property ID 22612 Sayulita Rental  

Major City: Puerto Vallarta
Distance: 20-30 km
Community: Village of Sayulita


Type:   Villa
Area: Close to Beach

Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 6
Baths: 4.5
Size: 2100 Sq Ft

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

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

 
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Main dining table under trellis overlooking ocean
   
 
 

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Name: eric or barbara

Phone: (413) 664-9550

Languages: English

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

VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2007-11-28

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     Description 


THREE CHOICES!
Brand new - architecturally stunning - ocean view villa, and/or two
casitas. (Each casita is a private, self-contained 'cottage.')
Set on a close-in hilltop, Villa Cielito and Casita Cielito have
stunning ocean, town and valley views but are located away from the
noise - just three or four blocks from the plaza and beach. Unlike
properties in the north end, you won’t need a car, and you won’t need
to walk far to get to the town’s center or beach. Because of the
hilltop location, there is a constant ocean breeze into all rooms.
Casita Libertad, located near the bottom of the lot on Calle
Libertad,
is also a newly constructed “floating” house with roof-top terrace
under a palapa, on a quiet residential street.



 

     Amenities 


VILLA CIELITO (main house) has two full bedrooms each with private
bathroom; there's also a lower level studio with ocean view and 1/2
bath, an extra room/den on the upper terrace with an extra full
bathroom, plus numerous terraces - all with an incredible ocean view
at tree-top height and 360 degree views of the valley and jungle.
More: Trellis covered carport; BBQ grill, full kitchen, living room,
trellis covered dining terrace, and an incredible sun roof sun
terrace. Plus a dip pool (jacuzzi size) with cold or warm water
overlooking the ocean. (High terraces not appropriate for children.)
With full laundry room, DVD player, purified water in all faucets,
built-in hotel-style safes and DSL service, you have it all! Not need
to leave except to enjoy the beach and village, just a few blocks
away. Rent the villa be itself, or with one or both casitas.

Summer bonus: We can make our car available for a slight increase in
the rental, but lots cheaper than renting from an agency.

CASITA CIELITO (guest-house) is next to Villa Cielito, with it’s own
private entrance, and designed so guests in the Casita do not see
guests in the Villa. The Casita is a self-contained “cottage” with
one bedroom (queen bed), bathroom, kitchen and living area with
couch that can sleep an additional child. Enjoy the views of the ocean
and valley while still being a short walk to the town, beach and
restaurants. (Btw, the best breakfast place in town - Rollie’s - is
only two blocks away.) With tiled floors, hand-painted Mexican sink,
built-in beach rocks for soap and shampoo holders, large closets,
desk, and full kitchen, you’ll love staying in this sunny and
immaculate, brand-new casita. Purified water from all faucets,
special secured window system, electronic wall safe.

The Casitas and Villa can be rented together or separately. Ideally,
the hilltop complex can handle up to three couples (plus children)
or four couples if you include Casita Libertad. Preference will be
given to adult couples or families. We only ask that you treat your
accommodation as if it were your own home.

CASITA LIBERTAD (lower guest house) is also a brand-new, detached
casita with partial ocean view from the roof terrace, with its
entrance from Calle Libertad. It’s like a floating house perched
above a quiet residential street next to premium homes, yet just a
five-minute stroll from the plaza and beach. There is a large
covered parking space (but obviously, no car is needed) with
additional storage space.

It has a private bedroom (queen bed) and bathroom, semi-
open living/kitchen area (with an U-shape living room couch that can
sleep two children), patio, plus a private rooftop terrace - under a
palapa - with a peek-a-boo ocean view.

Purified water from all faucets, special secure door and window
system, electronic wall safe, and wireless DSL Internet connection!
Compare this casita to any accommodation (hotel, bungalow, or B&B)
in Sayulita - you’ll get a lot more for less money.

Electronic safes have been installed in the villa and casitas for
your valuables. No pets or smoking appreciated. Although with
railing, the Villa’s very high terraces overlooking the valley and
ocean do not make it suitable for small children. Casita Libertad
also has high terraces. Casita Cielito has oceanview but no high
terrace, so is appropriate for an additional child. Parking
included, although a car is not necessary, since you can walk down
steps (or take a slightly longer path around for Casita Cielito) and
stroll easily to the main plaza and beach. If you have a car, there is
off-street covered parking. Please contact us and then visit our web
link for more details.



 

     Attractions 


For even more information, please visit our web site - CONTACT US FOR
THE WEB ADDRESS.

Here's an introduction:

The sleepy fishing village of Sayulita has been discovered! But
there
are advantages to being discovered, like having many restaurants and
fun activities - plus, there’s now the Internet and cell phone
service– the modern way to check with home to make sure all is well,
while you relax on the beach sipping Margaritas.

What to do during your stay? Obviously, most activities revolve
around the beach. Whether you want to just get wet, or try a bogie
board or surfboard, you’ll enjoy the waves. And you’ll discover that
you aren’t too old to try surfing! Several places give lessons, or
you can try it on your own by renting a surfboard for $5 an hour.
You’ll discover what it’s like to ride a wave standing on a board!

Most of all, you’ll find the people of Sayulita friendly and
welcoming. It’s not hard to strike up a conversation, even if you
only
know half-dozen words in Spanish. (Take Spanish lessons at the
bookstore -Sayulita Libreria - from Liliana for $2.50 per lesson.)
You’ll meet most of the ‘transplants’ here as well. Most likely,
you’ll be tempted to talk about real estate as you, too, might
become
attracted to this very special village on the Pacific coast of
Mexico.
There’s been many a visitor who came to vacation and are now full-
time
or part-time residents.

There are quieter beaches within walking distance to the
south of
town, so you can have your choice. There are also boats for hire to
go
fishing or snorkeling (or try it off the beach just south of the
main
beach). Several small ranches offer horseback riding, either along
the surf or into the jungle. There’s even a canopy zip line high up
in the jungle.
You really don’t need a car; if you want to go to nearby towns, like
San Francisco (a/k/a San Pancho), you can take a taxi; to get to
Puerto Vallarta, (taxis are available in Sayulita if you choose not
to
take the bus) you’ll take a bus to the Wal-Mart/Sam’s Club or the
Sheraton and then change to a local bus into town; it takes slightly
longer but you’ll get some flavor of Mexico life.

Most likely you’ll only do this once if you are here for a week or
two. Unless you are determined to explore the region or have rented
lodging far from the beach and town center, why leave a car parked
the
rest of the time? (If you do rent, many visitors have recommended
Gecko Rent-a-Car rather than the national chains. In Sayulita,
Garcia
Realty now rents Alamo cars.) Buses leave for PV about every half-
hour starting at 6 AM and the last bus returning leaves Puerto
Vallarta at 8 PM.

Walking around Sayulita is a joy. While the small ‘downtown’ is
cobble-stoned, most Sayulita streets are still dirt, many with
chickens running about. This is Mexico of a few decades ago. There
are lots of interesting new villas to look at, plus shops and street
life. Music is performed at several eateries and you might even get
a
chance to dance. During the evenings, there’s always something
happening at the plaza.

Day or half-day excursions might include seeing San Pancho to the
north, Punta de Mita to the south, or a venture into old Puerto
Vallarta, where the action is packed much more tightly than sleepy
Sayulita. But perhaps we are not that sleepy, as tourists from PV
drive to Sayulita just to dine at one of the many popular eateries.

Best of all, especially if you are lucky enough to lodge at a villa,
casa or casita that has a terrace to hang out Mexican style - a
visit
to Sayulita is your chance to relax and soak it in.

Suggestion: For a visit of a week or two - forget the car, bring
very
little (dressing up is putting on a clean t-shirt - perhaps a long
sleeve shirt for winter evenings) and take a taxi or the local bus
from the airport. That’s about as low-key as you can get. During
your
stay, enjoy the beach and town; you’ll have a great day in PV and
there are taxis to take you to nearby villages. Just wear
comfortable
walking shoes and be prepared for some hills. You’ll go back
relaxed,
exercised and well fed - not to mention bragging about your surfing
skills! It will be one of your very best vacations!

Need more advice? email Barbara or Eric and we’ll be glad to tell
you what we know.



 

     Rates 



CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION AND PICTURES ON OUR WEB SITE. Information and Reservations: Email Barbara and Eric Rudd; we take AmEx, Visa, MC or check. (Reservations are being taken now for all dates next year. Discount if renting two or three units or long-term. 50% deposit with confirmation; balance at least 21 days before arrival date. If there is a cancellation and we can re- book, deposits are returned less $25.) High Season Rates: (December, January, February, March, April) Villa Cielito (two couples plus children, singles, or another couple) Weekly Rate: $950 week ($135 additional nights), Monthly Rate: $2,850 month ($95 additional nights). Other: $2,550 month for three-month or longer rental, starting with second month. $1,500 week for Xmas weeks. $25 each optional extra cleaning. Casita Cielito (one couple, one child) Weekly Rate: $450 week ($65 additional nights), Monthly Rate: $1,250 month ($40 additional nights). Other: $750 week for Xmas weeks; $1,000 month for a three-month or longer rental, starting with the second month. $15 for each optional extra cleaning. Casita Libertad (one couple, one child) Weekly Rate: $450 week ($65 additional nights), Monthly Rate: $1,250 month ($40 additional nights). Other: $750 week for Xmas weeks; $1,000 month for a three-month or longer rental, starting with the second month. $15 for each optional extra cleaning. -Low Season Rates: (May - November) Villa Cielito $600 week ($86 additional nights), $1,800 month ($60 additional nights). ($25 for each optional cleaning) ($1,500 month for three-month rental or longer, starting with second month; for six- month low-season rental, last month is free) Casita Cielito $350 week ($50 additional nights), $850 month ($28 additional nights). ($15 for each optional cleaning) ($700 month for three months or longer, starting with second month; for six-month or longer rental, last month is free) Casita Libertad $350 week ($50 additional nights), $850 month ($28 additional nights). ($15 for each optional cleaning) ($700 month for three-month low-season rental or longer, starting with second month; for six-month or longer rental, last month is free) Some Fine Print: Stays can begin and end on any day. We do not prefer daily bookings, however we will pro-rate for days over one week. Rates for under a week - add 10%. Deduct 10% if renting the Villa and one or both Casitas at same time. Arrival 2 PM, Departure Noon. Note: Villa Cielito - High terraces and stunning views but with standard height railings, make it less desirable for young or unsupervised children. Casita Libertad also has railings or low walls on high terraces. Casita Cielito has ocean view but with on-ground access, and therefore is recommended for an additional child. Rates and conditions are subject to change.



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