Romantic Beachfront Home
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- Pets allowed:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Come enjoy the beautiful beaches and surf of Playa La Mision. Share the love of this land with all that have visited here before. Less than 1 hr. south of San Diego and situated in between the towns of Rosarito and Ensenada, you will find the gated beachside community of Playa La Mision.
Inside our gates you will find that relaxation and enjoyment await you. This magical place is tucked into a rocky cliff above the Pacific Ocean with private access to the uncrowded, sandy beach below. Explore the two miles of spacious beach below, take a long walk, go horseback riding, surfing, swimming, shelling, or fishing. Explore the tide pools or or just relax under the sun. It all awaits you.
From our large patio you can sit and watch the whales and dolphins play just yards form the edge of the Pacific Ocean It is a great place to relax and unwind. With a built-in barbecue and outdoor dining table, it is perfect for entertaining or just taking in the scenery. At the end of the day, you can watch the sun set over the Pacific Ocean. They are spectacular!
For golfers, there are two great golf courses - Real Del Mar and Baja Mar. The famous La Fonda Restaurant is 1 mile north and offers great food and a great time to all. Shop and sightsee in Rosarito Beach or the port city of Ensenada. Wine taste in the Guadalupe valley or visit the Fox Studios. The choice is yours.
Our cozy, two-bedroom, one-bath home is fully equipped with everything you will need to fully enjoy yourself.
Come enjoy the Baja beach experience!
- Vacation Rental
- Pets Not Allowed
- Non Smoking Only
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 5, Beds for 5
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Linens Provided:
- Covered Parking:
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Parking Off Street
- Wood Fireplace
- 2 Fireplaces, Dvd Player Full Kitchen
- Satellite / Cable
- CD Player
- DVD Player
- Lanai / Gazebo
- Deck / Patio
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Scuba Diving Or Snorkeling
- Surf Fishing
- Deepsea Fishing
- Equestrian Events
- Mountain Biking
- Bird Watching
- Scenic Drives
- Winery Tours
- Wildlife Viewing
- Horseback Riding
- Sight Seeing
- Wine tasting in nearby Guadalupe Valley
ReviewsWrite a review
This is the 2nd time staying at this property during the summer and it's just great. Owners are easy to work with and the house is in good condition. They even supply firewood for the beach. We spend most of our days at the beach with our 8 & 15 year olds and they also love it.Bed linens & towels are nice quality,comfy beds & ceiling fans in all rooms. Gated community with someone always at the front gate. Great relaxing location just steps to the beach. Cannot wait until next summer.
- Guest tb82094
- Date of stay 08/10/12
- Review Submitted 09/06/12
Recommended for: Age 55+, families with teenagers, girls getaway, romantic getaway.
Perfectly Charming 1st or 2nd Honeymoon hideaway!
Perfectly Charming 1st or 2nd Honeymoon hideaway!
This cozy beach house is nestled up against the hills on one side and the beach on the other and once you are inside the walls you could be the only people on the face of the earth. It's decorated with rustic hand carved chunky pieces of furniture, stone tiles, warm reds and tropical plants. The minute you step inside you feel as if you have stepped into a different world. One where traffic, plolution and noise do not exsist. We spent 10 perfect days walking along the beach hand in hand, watching dolphin families teaching the young ones to fish and play. When it rained we lit a fire in the fireplace, cooked in the lovely kitchen and ate our dinner watching the sun set from the big windows that surround the dining table. I am a bedding snob and always travel with my own pillows and 1000 thread count cotton sheets whenever possible and was overjoyed to discover that the owner of this lovey home appreciates these also. Great high quality sheets, down pillows and comforters cover really good mattreses. We slept as good as if we were in our own beds at home. There are three outside patio areas to enjoy. One that over looks the beach up top and down and a private one off of the Master bedroom. The owners have thought of everything one could possibly want or need, inside and out.We really didn't want to leave and have fallen completely in love with the entire La Mision area and are now looking for a long term rental home so that we can spend at least the next year enjoying the beauty and peace that permeates everything! Thank you so Much V & V for allowing us to spend time in your charming home.
- Guest Tici
- Date of stay 11/02/11
- Review Submitted 11/15/11
Recommended for: Sightseeing, age 55+, adventure seekers, families with teenagers, girls getaway, romantic getaway, families with young children.
Rental Rates .. $150/night .. $1000/week. Credit Card Number required for Security Deposit. 50% of Total Due to Hold Reservation. Balance Due 30 Days Prior to Arrival No Smoking. No RV's, ATV's, or Quads. No House Parties. No Pets. No One Under 21 Years of Age Unless Accopanied a Parent. Maximum Occupancy - 4 people
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
This owner accepts: Credit cards.
Call the owner directly to confirm reservation details and pay with an approved method (credit card, check, or bank transfer), to protect your payment up to $1,000.
- Primary: (951) 654-2794
- Secondary: (951) 302-8408 (California, USA)
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Front of Casa Mac Donald overlooking Pacific Ocean
Dining room with view of ocean and lushly landscaped patio
View into Kitchen/Dining Area
View of Sitting Room
View of patio from living room
Sunset from Patio Overlooking Pacific Ocean
View of sunset from front patio
Horseback Riding on Beach
Cozy living room
View of Kitchen
View of Bedroom with King Bed
View of Pacific Ocean from patio deck
Enjoy miles of uncrowded beach
View of Uncrowded Beach and Houses
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