Casita Coronado is centrally located in the heart of San Miguel de Allende and just a 10 minute walk to the Jardin and La Parroquia. The Mercado de San Juan de Dios with wonderful fruit, vegetables, and arm loads of fresh flowers, is just a short walk away! The Casita provides convienent access to Spanish langauge schools (Warren Hardy and Centro Mexicano are both five minute walks). Please note: Casita Coronado is accessed via a circular staircase which rises from the ground level to the apartment. The staircase continues up to the private rooftop terrace which has 360 degree views.
The property contains the Casita, the Casa rented separately (see VRBO listing number 196392), a garage (available if not being used by Casa guests), and the laundry and utility rooms.
The Casita has its own private street entrance, a large cheerful bedroom with queen bed, lots of closet space, a complete kitchen, a comfortable dining area with a new sofa bed for when your guests drop in, toll-free calling to the US and Canada, and a great TV/Entertainment area complete with a new flat panel "smart" TV and high-speed internet access. For cold nights we have installed two safe (both vented outside the casita), efficient, wall furnaces. The Casita also has a private rooftop terrace with a tejado, beautiful plantings, and ample seating to enjoy the beautiful San Miguel sunsets.
Our housekeeper (Ana) comes to clean and change the linens three times each week. If desired we can arrange to have someone cook for you. The property is managed by an English speaking manager (Andres) who is always on call in case you have any problems.
San Miguel de Allende (SMA) is a beautifully restored 400 year old colonial silver city, considered by many to be the prettiest town in Mexico, and it is protected by the government as an Historic Trust site to ensure that it stays that way.
SMA offers an extraordinary array of concerts, live theater, lectures and famous art institutes (Instituto Allende and Bellas Artes). Classes are offered in painting, sculpture, weaving, dance, photography, and ceramics to name a few. There is a wonderful English language library with the largest collection of books in English outside of Mexico City.
Weekly events are published in the bilingual newspaper, “Atencion”, each Friday.