Surrounded by a half acre of bananas, papayas, mangos and other tropical fruit trees, this home features two-bedroom suites, bottom floor only rental, home was just remodeled in 2014. Each room has a queen size bed and ample dresser, one room has bunk beds too. The rooms are separate but do not have doors, they are connected by a hallway. It also has a full kitchen and living room with 50" flat screen TV, WiFI and a full bathroom. Enjoy the quiet and peaceful serenity or drive to the charming town of Todos Santos, located just 10 minutes away or walk to our beautiful beaches. The awesome surfing at San Pedrito or Cerritos are both just minutes away.
- House1000 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay1 - 2 nights
Dual Queen Bed Suites, Full Bath, Full Kitchen, Living Room, Town & Beach Close.
- english, french, spanish, portuguese, russian
- Calendar last updated:
- Oct 23, 2018
About Brent Jessee
San Clemente, California surfing family wishes to share their Pescadero with others, and we want you to enjoy this area as much as we do!! We have been visiting the region since the 80's with our family, staying at time shares and we have now invested in the region. We have stayed here with our six kids and family friends and have prepared it for others to enjoy.
Brent Jessee purchased this House in 2013
Why Brent Jessee chose El Pescadero
This is our favorite part of Baja, having spent years getting to know the region, we love this area the most. Beautiful beaches, great restaurants, friendly people, and amazing surf. Close to Todos Santos and away from the craziness of Cabo San Lucas, this is a dream vacation for families. Visit the amazing local restaurants and the art studios of Todos Santos. Our property has over 200 tropical fruit trees. Bananas, papayas, mangos, as well as many others adorn our half acre orchard.
What makes this House unique
Ocean and mountain views, amazing surf year round, between Cerritos and San Pedrito you have waves for all skill levels close by, from beginner's lessons at Cerritos to expert waves at the La Pastora, South swells in the summer, North West swells in the Winter, this area has year round, warm water surf, relaxing beaches, amazing art, delicious restaurants and friendly people.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Good for the Price
We enjoyed our stay but would have liked a bit more room and comfort. The ad is a little misleading, the beds are not queen and the house does have fruit trees, but it isn't exactly surrounded by an orchard. There is a truck and several trailers/campers on the property, so it is not as serene as one might believe. The home was practical but not really warm There is no outdoor furniture and the living room has a cement sitting area with a foam pad on it, not inviting. We were never able to get the tv to work. The kitchen utensils are fine if you are doing minimal cooking, anything more would require better utensils. If you are ok with those things then this place is great, the price is right. And the outdoor shower is pretty awesome.
Weekend away from it all
Our family had a great time staying here. The house and property were beautiful, everything was very clean. The house was close enough to get to town and the beach quickly but still far enough away from everything where you could enjoy the surrounding area with peace and quiet when back at the house.
I am glade we found it . Lost the email on who to talk to .
Nice and quite and clean.
Nice place and landscape
Our family of 5 enjoyed our stay. This is a short drive from some wonderful beaches, in a nice quiet spot away from the crowds.
Tim Shields & Family
Great spot with access to beach, town, surf, etc. Loved our time at Casa de Jessee! The 6 of us had a great trip and can't wait to return! :)
Perfect Baja Vacation Spot
Great spot to escape to, yet be close enough to Cerritos, Todos Santos, Cabo and the airport. Very easy to get to. The home is very private, clean and recently completely remodeled. The kitchen is great with a water cooler and full size fridge and stove. We ate in for breakfast and usually got lunch and dinner somewhere fun. Within just a few minutes you can get to great surfing beaches or secluded beautiful places. Brent is extremely knowledgeable about the area and can provide tips on where the best surf will be or options for some great activities. He also had some beach chairs for us to use, which was one of things you don't remember to bring but don't want to buy down there either.
Pescadero is a small village in the municipality of La Paz in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. It is located at km 64 on Federal Highway 19 on the Pacific Ocean about 8 kilometers South of Todos Santos which is about a one hour drive north of Cabo San Lucas and one hour south of La Paz. The Mexican census of 2010 reported a population of 2,338 inhabitants.
The climate in Pescadero is one of the finest of all of Baja California Sur. It is heavily influenced by the Pacific Ocean which moderates the temperatures year round. In the summer, the ocean breezes keep the heat at manageable levels. Winter, generally the months of March through May, is marked by warm days and cooler temperatures at night.
Pescadero is much like an oasis in the desert. The pueblo (village) is bordered by the Sierra de la Laguna mountains to the East and the Pacific Ocean to the West. In the huerta area of Pescadero (the farm land area,) palm-lined roads and farms co-exist with low-density private residences. A common sight in the huerta are the cherry tomato and basil fields. Most of these crops are grown for exportation and end up in specialty markets and gourmet grocery stores in the United States. Fortunately, some of the produce finds its way into the road-side produce stands.
Commercial farming in Pescadero flourishes because of an ample supply of underground water funneled down from the mountains. Air from the Pacific Ocean is pushed up the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range and is met with hotter air from the Gulf of California. This results in frequent mountain rain storms that persist through the summer and fall. Consequently, these storms release great deal of rainfall that fills underground rivers and aquifers throughout the Todos Santos and Pescadero basin. It is a common held belief among many of the locals that there is more water in Pescadero and Todos Santos than Cabo San Lucas where desalination plants are being developed in order to keep up with the demand of the booming tourist mecca.
Surf breaks punctuate the length of the peninsula's Pacific coast. Two of the best are located in Pescadero. Los Cerritos and San Pedrito. Both beaches have right breaks. Los Cerritos is one of the best for beginner and intermediate surfers. San Pedrito is considered an advanced surfer's break because of its rocky bottom and strong currents.
The village proper has a few accommodations, restaurants and bars , several grocery stores and gas station. The huerta or beach area has one hotel plus a scattering of bungalows and casitas that can be rented by the night.