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"We just returned from our visit to Loreto. We went to see the Blue Whales and were not dissapointed. We took the tour of Isla Coronado with the hope of seeing the whales and our Captain was able to locate them within the first 30 minutes. We were also able to spot whales from the rooftop deck of the Casa. We very much enjoyed relaxing at the house, especially on the front patio with the great views of the sea and mountains. The neighborhood is very nice and we enjoyed watching local workers and neighbors doing various repairs and improvements to their homes. Also, the neighbors were friendly and helpful with any questions we had. Town is just the right size for walking and exploring on foot. With no car the first 2 days we were able to walk to town and get to restaurants and grocery stores in about 20 minutes. The malecon is very nice for a walk to the marina. We got to know all the town dogs on our walks too. So many cute dogs! The local merchants couldn't be nicer and we never had a bad meal. In fact we had some of the best fish tacos and pasta I've ever had. We also enjoyed visiting the missions and going up to Mulege when we had a car. We were so glad we chose to rent this house in town as opposed to staying in Nopolo as we really enjoyed being close to town and the marina. I would recommend this house to anyone for a safe, comfortable, convenient stay in Loreto. I almost forgot to mention how comfortable the beds are! All four of us agreed the beds were perfect. This house has everything you will need for a very nice stay in a great small town."
Guest: dawn t.Date of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: February 21, 2015
"We loved our week at Loreto Bay. Greg was so helpful and provided us with great recommendations. The condo was lovely and well equipt. The weather was fabulous and we enjoyed the pool and resort facilities. We especially enjoyed the wine bar - great food and friendly atmosphere. Thank you Greg. We hope to return next year."
Guest: Lynn P.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 30, 2015
"We had a great time staying at the property. The house is just as nice as it appears in the pictures.
The only two minor issues we had is we never could figure out how to use the TV (not that we tried very hard) and the gas grill, while it worked, never got hot enough."
Guest: Jim L.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 29, 2015
"The six people in our party agree that Loreto Bay is a development designed and run by geniuses. The garden paths delighted us everywhere we went, and everyone was friendly. We spent hours at each of the pools and the beach. We appreciated the kayaks provided by the homeowners and we rented SUPs from Jorge near the resort, where he gave thorough instruction for our first SUP experience. My husband and I had a blast with Joel on the ATV tour, which was a highlight of this trip. This is neither our first, nor our last trip to sweet Loreto.
We had friendly, responsive service from Dawn and Chris, the property managers. Dawn greeted me at the casa when I arrived and pointed out her favorite restaurants on a list. As we settled in, we noticed a musty smell that was particularly strong in one of the bedrooms. We called and Chris came over promptly and used an ionizing air cleaning machine, which helped, but did not eliminate the odor completely. Perhaps this was a result of a hurricane prior to our arrival, but I have been in Loreto post-hurricane and other houses I know didn't have musty odors.
All rooms were spacious and the beds were comfortable. The bedding was a bit worn, and the comforter was picked up for cleaning promptly per my request. The bathrooms had a modern feel; ours had one glass door for the shower and a second glass door for the toilet. It seems rather fussy of me, but I longed for Mexican tile surrounding the mirror and hand-painted sinks. However, towels were plush and plentiful and the shower had lovely blue tile.
The kitchen had plenty of room for group-cooking efforts, nice wood cabinetry and granite. Cookware and dish-wares were not fancy; we bought more drinking glasses and two or three more serving bowls would have been nice. Chris found a replacement blender for us, which we really appreciated.
Two of the men in our group went fishing with a local friend and they brought in a load of pargo and trigger fish, which we turned into a feast with groceries from El Pescadoro market in Loreto. The grill was a pleasure to use and the nearby benches on the upstairs patio were comfortable (although hot in the afternoon sun). The benches were particularly nice in the mornings; I sat on one most mornings with coffee and a book as the sun rose.
There was no bad seat at the viewing tower table; everyone had an eyeful of jagged Sierra mountains or ocean blue. Thank you for sharing this Loreto Bay Home."
Guest: AnonymousDate of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 22, 2015