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Recent Ajijic reviews
"FABULOUS, AMAZING, WONDERFUL! Yes, Rio Nazas #34 is all of those things, but it is also a home. And the minute we walked into the garden, then into the house, it felt like our home. I stopped and twirled around and said "we get to live here for 4 weeks!" Truly, we had an amazing time during our stay there. The VRBO listing and photos don't begin to do justice to this property-it is stunning! The home itself is spotless and perfectly set up for living there. There were several 20 liter bottles of water in the pantry, plenty of dishes and wine glasses (very important), beach towels for the pool, golf clubs (which we didn't use), lots of books (also very important) and games - everything to make us feel comfortable. And fresh flowers were left for us several times during our stay! And the view...it is one of the finest features of the home. From each terrazza it is different and compelling. The lake and mountains are inspiring at any time, but sunrise and sunset are exceptional. We were there during the rainy season, and it did rain, but only at night; come morning the clouds were caught on the peaks of the green mountains and made us feel like we were in Hawai'i. The location is excellent. We were far enough from the village that the sound of all-night roosters, church bells, rockets, and car alarms weren't so loud - but close enough that we could walk to the village and down to the malecon (and back, all uphill, of course!). We could walk to the French bakery (phenomenal croissants & brioche), several restaurants (Yves, Tabarka, Frida's), the organic tiengas on Tuesdays and the Ajijic tiengas on Wednesdays. But every time we left, we couldn't wait to return - and usually jump right in the pool! We had guests while we were there - so we ended up with 5 adults sharing the home and it easily accommodated us all. The beds were all comfortable, everyone was able to come and go on their own schedule without disturbing the others. We did develop a ritual - whoever got up first put on the coffee, and eventually we all ended up on the front terrazza sipping coffee and tea, and watching the hummingbirds and butterflies in the garden. Mimi (the owner) was wonderful - we had several long conversations before we traveled to Ajijic, and her love of her home and Ajijic shows through in every room. In sum, we hope to return next summer for 2 months!"Guest: Lucky and Ken Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 7, 2014View listing
"This casita has everything and I am very picky. The pool was wonderful during the day as well as the night time. The view is beyond wonderful. Traveling out of the country can be a bit stressful even for those of us who do it every year, Lori our hostess really helped my husband and I figure out how to do side trips, recommended a great driver, on and on, she really helped make our trip a special one!"Guest: marcy Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014View listing
"The house and village were all I'd hoped for and so much more. I was there for the entire month of February and wanted to stay forever! Right from the beginning, Georgette was the perfect hostess, going over and above what was necessary. She made sure everything was in top-notch order and gave valuable advice on the best places in town. Take her restaurant suggestions. They were right-on. This beautiful home is within walking distance of the lake, the boardwalk, restaurants, the plaza, grocery store, pharmacy, local hospital, and bus route, so the location couldn't have been better. Inside the house, the beds were comfortable, the kitchen and pantry were more well equipped than my own home, and it had all the modern conveniences - purified water, wi-fi, American T.V. channels, a phone. The only challenge was deciding where to enjoy the outdoors - in one of several screened porches, in the courtyard, or high on one of the two terraces overlooking the lake and the mountains. I'd stay here again in a heartbeat! Thank you Georgette (and Hardwick)"Guest: Deb B. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 7, 2014View listing
"Excellent location, walking distance to everything that we needed. Great neighborhood and great neighbors. Owner and Property Manager were very helpful and accomodating. Kitchen was very well equipped and there were lots of towels and bedding available. The only disappointment was that the pool was not warm enough to use during our stay. We would stay here again, in fact, we intend to."Guest: Harry and Deb Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 9, 2014View listing
Ajijic Travel Tips
Live Luxuriously with Ajijic Vacation Rentals
Ajijic is nestled on the banks of Lake Chapala in central Mexico, a picturesque town that’s a traveler’s delight. With Ajijic vacation rentals, you can take your trip to Mexico to the next level of luxury and enjoyment. Ajijic vacation houses allow you to live in a true home of your own (well, your own for a little while) with all the amenities therein. What better way to experience your vacation than to live like a real local?
Enjoy Lake Chapala Travel Destinations
Lake Chapala is circled by mountains, and the nearby big city of Guadalajara has a lower crime rate than capital Mexico City. Ajijic is 35 miles south of Guadalajara, so you can reach the big city while still staying peacefully removed from the hustle-bustle on your vacation. The Iztepete Pyramid is found in Guadalajara, an historic landmark that’s well over 2,000 years old. Lake Chapala travelers find that the scenery is breathtaking and the weather extremely pleasant—often warm and sunny throughout the year.
Ajijic is well-known for being home to local artists, many of whom own studios and shops for tourists to peruse. Baskets, blown glass, and ceramics are found at shops throughout the city, so you can return home with plenty of souvenirs. After a day of sightseeing, visit the Ajijic Grill before returning to Ajijic vacation rentals. Authentic Argentinean cuisine and a casual atmosphere have made the Ajijic Grill well-loved among locals and vacationers alike.
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Ajijic vacation houses give you the option of living in private luxury while you enjoy your Ajijic vacation. Renters will enjoy the peace and practicality of having one of many private Ajijic vacation rentals all to themselves. What better way to enjoy this beautiful area of Mexico than to live in your own home surrounded by privacy and comfort?