2 bedrooms, sunny terrace, near the beach.
- english, german, dutch
Hello, I grew up in South Africa and, later on, in Holland. I am a singer and also work at a kindergarten. I live with my partner in Zandvoort.
Miriam purchased this House in 2016
Why Miriam chose Municipality of Zandvoort
Casa Mexicana is a cosy, holiday home in Zandvoort. The home is located on a beautiful, peaceful street near the city centre, the beach, the dunes, and restaurants. Wi-Fi and parking pass are included. Everything is nearby, yet it is still quiet here.
What makes this House unique
From this lovely, holiday home in Zandvoort, you can easily get to the city centre, the beach, the dunes, and the supermarket in just a few minutes. The home is located on a peaceful street, yet near many attractions. Amsterdam can be reached easily by train from Zandvoort Station in just a half-hour. There is free parking in front of the house (with a parking disc that expires every 3 hours).
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
So cute! This house is ideal for a Holland getaway!
This was our favorite place to stay on our recent trip to Europe. We loved it!
This is a great place to stay
My friend & I only had 4 days but wish we could have stayed much longer.
The house is lovely & I would recommend it to anyone looking for accomidation. It's only 30min on a train to Amsterdam & the trains run regularly so we found it to be a perfect location. It's right on the coast so we had the beach lifestyle but we were also close to the city & all the tourist stuff. At the end of a day in the city it was awesome to be able to get away from the rat race & head back to the coast.
The restaurants, cafes & beach bars are fantastic. We also hired bikes & rode the costal bike track into a near by national park, it was absolutely beautiful!
The host are really lovely & helpful too. We would go back and stay here in a heart beat.
A lovely home in a delightful setting
The house is quirky and very cozy. We loved it. Miriam, the owner, is as another reviewer says, a delight. My husband and I wanted a restful 10 day beach holiday and that is exactly what we got. The town and little street that Casa Mexicana is located on are perfect. Close to everything: the beach, great shops and restaurants. the train station is within a 5-10 minute walk. The beach was great. But we enjoyed relaxing in Casa M's pretty little courtyard too. I would recommend this property to anyone who wants an interesting, quiet and funky place to stay.
Thank you só mich for your kind words! It was great having you, warm regards Ribert and Miriam
Festive and beautiful
My husband and I spent a week in Casa Mexicana in April of 2014. The owner, Miriam, is a delight. She is easy to communicate with, responsive, and friendly. Her rental property is truly beautiful, artistic, and interesting. The master suite is bright and spacious, with a comfortable bed, great shower and jetted tub. The rental is located within easy walking distance of shops, restaurants and the beach. The outdoor patio area is attractive and soothing. We entertained family and friends during our stay, and they were equally impressed with the property. The beautifully tiled, but steep and unrailed stairway to the upstairs master suite could make this property challenging for individuals with disabilities, or for those with very small children. Also, parking in this popular seaside town can be difficult. But for those seeking romance, relaxation or adventure, Casa Mexicana is an ideal option to consider for your next vacation.
Thank you so much guys, it was a pleasure having you as guests. You have agood point about the staircase railing That's something we're planning to fix as soon as possible!
Yes, Zandvoort is very busy And difficult to park but luckily there is a parking spot right in front of the house with card to be changed every 3 hours And free parking in a more quiet area close by for all day.
Hope to see you again guys,
Zweckmäßig und zentral gelegen
Wir haben uns wohl gefühlt in der casa mexicana. Super Wetter und die zentrale Lage haben es uns leicht gemacht, über einige Unzulänglichkeiten hinwegzusehen. Die Treppe ist nicht erst ab 1,90 m "tricky". Das offene Bad mit WC ist nicht nur gewöhnungsbedürftig. Also ging es zur Toilette die Treppe wieder runter.
Beim nächsten Mal nehmen wir scharfe Messer von zu Hause mit. So macht Kochen wenig Spaß. Meine Freundin mußte viel Lernen. Da blieb nur der Küchentisch, wo allerdings die Beleuchtung unterdurchschnittlich war.
Aber nochmal: Unterm Strich haben wir uns wohlgefühlt.
Ich bin sehr überrascht über diese Reaktion, da der Gast angedeutet hat, dass er nächstes Jahr wieder buchen möchte! Ich finde es auch sehr bedauerlich, dass sie uns nicht angerufen haben, um anzuzeigen, dass eine Reihe von Dingen für sie nicht in Ordnung ist. Wir hatten einen extra Tisch, eine Leselampe und schärfere Messer mit all der Liebe eingerichtet! Wir fragen immer bei Ankunft, ob der Kunde uns sofort informieren möchte, wenn etwas fehlt oder nicht in ordnung ist! das ist jetzt nicht passiert, schade! Wir versuchen mit den Bildern auf der Website so klar wie möglich zu zeigen, wie das Haus zusammengesetzt ist. Wir haben selbst nichts, wenn der Kunde unzufrieden ist.
Sehr schönes Ferienhaus.
Liebe Miriam, lieber Robert,
vielen Dank noch einmal für die schöne Zeit in Eurem sehr liebevoll eingerichteten Ferienhaus.
Wir haben hier einen sehr erholsamen Urlaub verbracht.
Die Gastgeber sind sehr aufmerksam und jeder Zeit für anfallende Fragen erreichbar.
Sehr angenehm ist es, vom Ferienhaus alles fußläufig zu erreichen. Der Strand, Gastronomie, Einkaufsmöglichkeiten und der Fahrradverleih befinden sich in unmittelbarer Nähe.
Unser Auto hatten wir wie vom Gastgeber angegeben, in einer parkfreien Zone komplikationslos geparkt.
Wir können einen Urlaub bei diesen ieben Gastgebern nur weiter empfehlen.
Kerstin und Iris
Danke Liebe Iris und Kerstin
Robert und Miriam
Beach Living Zandvoort is primarily known for its 9 km-long, sandy beaches. Fun in the water and the joy of the beach Water sports options 41 Beach pavilions The beach lies roughly 500 metres from the holiday home, Casa Mexicana, with countless options for outdoor activities: from swimming and diving to playing frisbee and kitesurfing. There are no limits to what you can do here. Of course, you can also relax in one of the many beach pavilions. Since May 2004, the “blue flag” has been waving over the beach here. This is an international symbol of recognition for clean and safe beaches. Unique, dune landscape: The Kennemerland National Park is an oasis for any nature lover. 3800 hectares of dunes and perfect for leisurely activities in a natural setting. You can hike, bike, ride, or swim to your heart’s content amidst the rare flora and fauna of the dunes. Hikes through the diverse, dune landscape offer the opportunity to observe the rare species of birds, butterflies, and dragonflies that make their home here. Bats live at the forested edges of the park. Bunkers and anti-tank trenches from WWII add a historic touch to your holiday. Want to visit Haarlem? The Grote Markt (Great Market) has been the beating heart of this historic city centre for centuries. Once you are standing at the feet of the Laurens Jansz Coster sculpture (“Lautje” for Haarlem residents), you can decide where to go from there. Museums, uniquely charming buildings, cosy pubs, and countless other wonderful locations make for a particularly lovely city centre. It will transport back in time. Looking around the area, you will come face to face with the late Gothic St. Bavo church, the 14th-century Town Hall, or the gorgeous and imposing Vleeshal by the master architect, Lieven De Key. Strolling along the magical canals and the beautiful River Spaarne, you will marvel at the stunning facades, a reflection of the shining, Golden Age. There is no better place to experience this than in the Frans Hals Museum. Then pay a visit to the Teylers Museum, the oldest museum in the Netherlands, and you will get the feeling that you are back in the 19th century. This goes for the Museum De Cruquius as well, just a few kilometres from Haarlem. This old steam pumping station is housed in a world-famous, neo-Gothic water filtration facility from 1849, with one of the largest steam engines in the world. De Cruquius, along with its two other steam pumping facilities, pumped water out of the Haarlemmermeer for three years. Both time and steam engine remained untouched until a museum was built there in 1936, where one can now experience the battle between man and lake that has lasted for centuries. On 4 June 2002, Crown Prince Willem Alexander brought the engine back into action with hydraulic power. Want to go to Amsterdam? The bustling metropolis of Amsterdam has an incredible amount of things to offer a tourist. Just to name a few: the internationally famous Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, and the Anne Frank House. There is much more, of course: the Wallen, the picturesque markets, the popular shopping strips, and the legendary Grachtengordel (Canal Belt) with its famous homes. All these attractions are most likely soon-to-be protected under UNESCO World Heritage designations! The homes along the canals are best viewed from a boat tour along the canal. Whether its day or night, the options here are endless. In short: Amsterdam has something to offer to just about any kind of person! Want to visit Madame Tussaud’s? Or take a cruise around the city on a tour? At VVV Zandvoort, countless outings can be arranged and you can book tours and tickets. No long lines for you–you can be sure that you will have a spot and you can book for great prices!