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"My hubby and our grown daughter rented this lovely place for five days. All was as advertised. The manager was very helpful, spoke great English, and quickly arrived when we called from The Hotel California to bring us a few blocks to the house. Very secure (locked gate, double-locking door); beautiful house, cool in the hot afternoons, very hot shower. The mattresses are probably dense foam -- not the best beds ever but much much better than many. Coffee maker and plenty of dishes and kitchen gear. Well-stocked water cooler. The internet generally worked as well as anywhere else we tried to get internet in Mexico (tip -- unplug and plug modem/router if it doesn't work). Very nice high ceilings helped keep it cool, though the palm leaf roof did let in a few large crawly bugs. The manager says they are replacing it with a cement roof which will be less lovely but perhaps will keep out the crawlies. There were no flying bugs we saw, and the few crawly ones that showed up were slow-moving and upon a google search appeared to be harmless. The fans and AC were certainly adequate to keep it cool, though perhaps not in the middle of summer. At night and early AM, neighborhood dogs and roosters were quite vocal -- but that's part of the charm of staying in a little town in Mexico. Within a few blocks are many great restaurants (La Copa was our favorite, at least at night), art galleries, curio shops, "La Bodega Todos Santos" for Monday night wine tasting (and live music when we were there); and the wonderful little history "museum"/shop/gallery on Marquez de Leon between Juarez and C. Militar, whose name escapes me. We would definitely stay again. Todos Santos is a great base for day trips if you have a car -- 1) the little historic ghost town "El Triunfo" with great food and lovely landscaping at the cafe; 2) beautiful beach at El Cerritos; 3) "Art and Beer" near El Cerritos - an experience in itself; 4) La Paz and its beaches (about an hour including the heavy La Paz traffic); 5) Cabo itself -- about an hour including Cabo traffic; 6) Lots of exploring to do on the east side north of Cabo, most of which we didn't have time for this trip. There are a couple beaches adjacent to Todos Santos but to be honest they weren't impressive other than for viewing the sunset."
Guest: MarianneDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 28, 2015
"This house is absolutely beautiful, our stay in Todos Santos couldn't have been better! The house was clean and beautifully decorated and the views were outstanding. Loved the ocean views not to mention listening to the waves from our bed at night. The house was very spacious with plenty of room for the 5 of us. The bedroom upstairs was paradise and the upper deck where we all had our morning coffee and other meals made it feel like a dream. The blooming flowers everywhere in the yard was simply gorgeous. We all decided that if we where ever lucky enough to go back to Todos Santos, this is where we would want to stay."
Guest: Stu and TerryDate of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: May 28, 2015
"The beach view from this location is breathtaking! We spent a wonderful week watching surfers from the beach, pool & balcony. This unit is very spacious with all the comforts required for a relaxing vacation. Met a lot of "long stay" couples at this place, some have returned successive years."
Guest: email@example.com W.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 28, 2015
"My wife and I had a wonderful week in Loreto at the Casa de Perla. The house almost seemed too good to be true, at such a reasonable rate, but it even exceeded our hopes. It's located in a quiet neighborhood on the north side of town - you hear dogs and roosters and the chatter of a thousand songbirds, all the sounds of peaceful small-town life. Just a stone's throw from the house are some palapas on a nice little stretch of beach popular with locals and Mexican tourists, and you can walk easily to the Malecon or a little farther to the center of town for groceries, paletas, or arrachera-stuffed potatoes (trust me you want this, at Asadero Super Burro). The house has everything you could want - a nicely appointed kitchen, plenty of hot water, fast wifi, comfortable beds, and beautiful views. We were there at the hottest time of year, and the AC was magical, turning the bedrooms into cool, dark caves that made sleeping easy. Jan was great to work with, very helpful and friendly and has thought of everything necessary for visitors to have a good stay. Not a thing bad to say, we only have positive memories. I would definitely recommend this house to anyone."
Guest: David L.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 18, 2015