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Recent Todos Santos reviews

  • We will return!

    "Our family, 2 adults & a 2yr old girl had the most wonderful vacation at the casita. Woke up everyday & went off to Cerritos for swimming & surfing. Mid-day nap & yoga in the shade at Casa Paloma broke up the day & kept us from sunburn. In the afternoon we explored other beaches, the towns of Todos Santos & Pescadero. This house is the perfect balance of active & relaxation options. The location is perfect to explore the area & also stay home and feel all alone on the beach. Most days we saw breeching whales & every evening we enjoyed amazing sunsets."
    Guest: skc Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 14, 2015
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  • beautiful house!

    "The house is lovely, well kept and very comfortable. We were only two single women, but it would be great for a family. The beach is exquisite, although not swimmable. There is a public beach where you can swim about twenty minutes away called cerritos. It also has a strong undertow, but is fine for families because you can't go in very deep unless you go very far out. The truly swimmable beaches are about an hour and half drive to the other side of the peninsula so if thats your main goal, this side of the peninsula is not for you. But the beach that is a five minute walk has lovely breezes, is nearly deserted and incredibly beautiful. the town is very sweet. right now the streets are ripped up so getting to the house is difficult, but I imagine that should be done soon. Erik, who showed us the house and lives next door was incredibly welcoming and has a truly delicious and very reasonable restaurant in town where we would happily have eaten daily! but the kitchen is such a joy to cook in that we couldn't tear ourselves away from the house. its a special place!"
    Guest: Katarina W. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 25, 2015
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  • Lovely place in the heart of town

    "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: Marianne Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 28, 2015
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  • A perfect intro to Baja!

    "My husband and I came to Todos Santos a week before a cruise on a small boat out of La Paz, and Steve and Troy were our knowledgeable, friendly, helpful hosts. We stayed in the west wing, and it was so comfortable and welcoming--we loved the quiet, the lovely art and furnishings, and everything we needed could be found in the kitchen. Steve gave us terrific tips on how to make the most of our week, and we did everything he said to do, and we were not disappointed. Great restaurants, amazing sunsets with turtle hatchlings, dancing on the beach at Los Cerritos, a walk to the old port--the list goes on and on! We're already thinking about a family trip over the Christmas break...."
    Guest: Mary M. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 5, 2015
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