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"This home is absolutely exquisite. Mindfully constructed to the inch with charming areas everywhere. The ocean views and the sunset on the pacific are dreamy. The pool area is gorgeous and perfect for naked sunshine which me and my husband love! If i was to build a house, i would build one just like this. I highly recommend Sharon & Ron's home. The most amazing home from home. Get ready to receive and indulge in this extra-ordinary luxurious home."
Guest: RebecaDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: March 14, 2015
"Casa de las Estrellas is a two story home on a beautiful stretch of beach. This is our second stay at this house and it is very comfortable. As a previous reviewer stated, the beds are firm, on cement platforms, which we found comfortable. The outdoor patio on the beach was our regular gathering place for meal time as well as sunset. The kitchen has most all amenities, coffee maker, blender, juicer, etc. One morning we saw a gentleman gathering turtle eggs from the beach. You can walk to town one of several ways from this house, the shortest being via the beach. This is a peaceful place. Falling asleep to the ocean waves cannot be beat. Casa de las Estrellas is open and airy. We will definitely be back."
Guest: T & TDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: March 8, 2015
"Enjoyed a great get away as one of four couples. Casa Pacifica housed us nicely with 4 large bedrooms thankfully each with their own private ensuites. A generous Kitchen dining and living area although we lived on the patio :-) We generally did our own cooking and thought that we could have used a bigger frypan and another larger pot. Also note that no basic condiments are included - no salt/pepper etc.
We spent a lot of time on the patio which is very nice but the chairs have seen better days - a couple being particularly rough.
San Pancho is a nice, clean, quiet town - about a twenty minute walk by beach or road - where there is quite a nice selection of restaurants also small shops for groceries although I would advise doing a bigger shop at the Mega store for a much better selection.
We did have an issue during our stay and are happy to report that Jose Luis (the house manager) went above and beyond to help us out - so much appreciated - unfortunately we can not say the same of Ron (the owner) his lack of support/interest was very disappointing.
Overall we enjoyed our stay and recommend San Pancho for anybody wanting a sun filled holiday without being tourist filled"
Guest: SpikeDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: March 25, 2015
"We had a wonderful and relaxing nine days at the Inn at San Pancho. Just a few miles down the road from busier and more popular Sayalita we found a charming town with great restaurants and secluded beaches with diving Pelicans we watched by the hour. We first stayed in the Agave apartment which would have been just perfect for two but it was rented part of our time there so we moved to the Victoria two bedroom home which was wonderful. We would go back in a minute. Clean with a view of the Pacific over Palm trees and only a short walk to the beach. Figure on about $500 pesos a day for food and drink. ATMs plentiful but Mexican bank rate combined with US bank rates deliver about 12.8 pesos to the dollar compared to 15.7 in paper. Consider getting pesos from your bank before leaving. We did get 13 exchange rate at the airport."
Guest: Tim W.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 16, 2015