If you have ever dreamed of the perfect beach house in Mexico, you've just found it. Our beach house "Los Dias En Medio" (The Days Between) is a large beach front Villa on the Gulf of Mexico. The waters of the Gulf are warm and gentle, excellent for swimming, the beach is clean and great for shelling. The Mayan Village of Telchac Puerto is only 1 kilometer from our house, very convenient and still quiet. We are the perfect destination, if you want a serene location yet near many of the top tourist attractions of the Yucatan.
The house is truly beautiful and very user friendly. If you are a cook, you'll love the kitchen. The casa has been completely remodeled to American standards and with a decided "Mexican" ambience. Telavera tile is use extensively in the kitchen and baths. The pool is large and filtered unlike most of the pools in the area that are just fill and dump.
This is a 30 year dream come true. We wanted a place that was peaceful and fairly close to Merida. We also wanted a place that was Mexico, not little America.
Our property is managed by a friend/owner of an excellent property management company in the area. The house is cleaned once a week for longer stays. Catering is available plus many other wonderful activities. Mainly, we like the quiet and proximity to all of the Mayan ruins. It's an excellent base for any trips we want to take.
My family rented this beautiful home several years ago and, although all the children are now out on their own, my wife and I are considering a romantic return trip. I was surprised to see no reviews when considering a return visit, so I am happy to provide one.
Too many times, vacation rentals are located in areas that do not give vacationers a real feel for the county and the culture. This rental is a wonderful exception. Colonial towns like Motul are a short drive away and provide an experience one can only get in "real" Mexico, away from the typical "tourist traps". Should one briefly require more modern amenities, Progreso and Merida are also easily accessible. Several sites of Mayan ruins are a reasonably short drive away for history buffs, as are a number of colonial settlements.
This home is maintained meticulously and is the closest thing we have ever found to being a home away from home. We even had the distinct pleasure of the company the resident dog, Pinta. She stayed outside unless invited into the house and had impeccable manners. Of the many times we have visited the state of Yucatan, the visit we had here is hands down the most memorable.