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4 Bedroom, 5 Bathroom House with Pool
All 4 bedrooms are master suites with king size beds and a double bathroom (two toilets, two wash basins) separated by a common shower area large enough for two people. Each suite is accessed from the outside and features lockable glass doors and lockable security screens, all rooms being keyed separately. Each suite is also equipped with a safe large enough for a 15' laptop.
Pool / Spa
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
No parties/events - Must be pre-approved. Charges may apply.Must be pre-approved. Charges may apply.
Smoking allowed - In the outside areasIn the outside areas
Max guests: 8 - 8 people8 people
Minimum age of primary renter:
- Our Cancellation Policy is spelled out in our rental agreement.
- There is an additional 16% IVA tax that will be added to the quote.
About Brook Prinsen
Paul and Brook first came to Isla Mujeres in 2004. We fell in love with this quirky little island immediately and began looking for a property to buy on only our second day here. We purchased a condo on North Beach before construction had even begun. Once completed, we began splitting our time between our home in Wisconsin and Mexico, usually spending about 6 months in each location. During our 5 years in the condo, the hotel/rental business increased substantially and we eventually came to the realization that we didn't want to live in a hotel for 6 months of the year. We sold the condo and began looking for another property. Also during this time, we sold our interest in our business, a brewery in Wisconsin. This allowed us to fully retire and focus on a new project.
Brook Prinsen purchased this House in 2012
Why Brook Prinsen chose Salina Grande
We originally had no intention of buying a property in a colonia, but this little corner in Meteorologico captured our imagination. We purchased the property in July, 2012. Originally, it contained a fairly new but very small house, a nasty old cement block building and a lot of potential. We enlisted the services of a very reputable, local builder and began our new project September 24, 2012. We completed the building in May, 2013 and name our new home Cas-A-Beer, a perfect name for us considering our history in the brewing business. Realizing we wanted to have a property we could live in and rent out at the same time, we incorporated the original small house into the design. We lived in the house during the entire construction process during which time, we fell in love with our new neighborhood.
What makes this House unique
Cas-A-Beer was designed with the renter in mind. We took all of our travel experiences and tried to incorporate all of the things we liked about the many places around the world we have stayed.