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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Loreto reviews

  • Paradise for a Month

    "Thank you Arlene for sharing your beautiful Bohemia casa with us for a month. This was our second time staying in the Foundation neighbourhood of Loreto Bay. Both times we have rented the Bohemia model because it seems to have more light streaming into the living and dining room areas. Casa Randall was beautifully decorated and was well-provisioned with every appliance you would need. I am not one to rave about tableware but the Laura Gates plates and mugs were so much classier than anything I had ever seen in rental accommodation. But what we really liked about this Bohemia compared to all of the others we have viewed is that the living room had French doors directly connecting it to the master bedroom. In all other Bohemias, you have to walk outside to get into the master bedroom. At nights, when the pesky midges (no-seeums) are out, the last thing you want to do is let them in! We very much enjoyed the two Huffy bikes. The cycling is limited in Loreto Bay but there are more than enough paved roads to get in a good 50 minute workout. Another advantage to Casa Randall compared to both the first one we rented and the one we have rented for next year (Casa Randall was already booked for next year) is that the window over the kitchen sink looks out into a courtyard within the walls of the casa rather than onto one of the walkways which means you never have to draw the blinds. There is a conflict of interest in recommending a place but we had to do this. Arlene was very responsive by email when we had a question and Fernando at Bahia Management was great in helping us figure out the Shaw Cable and repairing a flat tire very quickly. It all made for a wonderful experience. For golfers, this place is truly a paradise. How about a David Duval-designed golf course where golf for a month is only $340 US? No tee-times, you just walk on and play! Two awesome par 3's over the Sea of Cortez. The snorkelling, kayaking and paddle-boarding are great on the calm days. Many days there is a breeze but on those days it is not really a problem. Do NOT miss hiring one of the boats at the marina at Loreto (ask for Pedro) and get out to see the whales and take a tour around Coronado Island. This last time we even had about 6 porpoises around us. Fresh produce at El Pescador grocery store in Loreto and good wine from Pedro's (different Pedro) solves all other problems! Also now a great restaurant in Loreto Bay called Azul. Thanks again Arlene!"
    Guest: Norris M. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: March 22, 2017
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  • Perfecto!

    "We spent a wonderful 10 days in Loreto in this Casa. Paula and Shaw were very gracious hosts and helped to set up activities for us, Paula even gave me a town tour and took us to the farmers market. We are a family of 4, celebrating my fathers 70th birthday. Everything was perfect. The house is well set up, location is great and view was incredible. Thank you for everything, we will be back!"
    Guest: Kelly B. Date of Stay: April 2017 Review Submitted: April 17, 2017
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  • Great Location - Plenty of room and great for the price.

    "This house is nicely located just a short two minute walk to the sand. The house is large and well equipped for an extended stay. Plenty of dishes, cutlery, cooking implements, basic spices etc...There are lots of seating areas indoors and out but you will definitely want to enjoy the views and beautiful weather from the outdoor areas. The bedrooms are large and beds were very comfortable for us. We were here in mid November and did not need to use the AC. We loved that we could open the windows and doors and enjoy the ocean breezes and fresh air. The upstairs viewing deck was our favorite place to have coffee and watch the sunrise every morning before our walk. Speaking of walks the pathways through this development are wonderful . We took extensive walks almost every morning and evening. Lots of birds and nature and we even had the opportunity to spot a kit fox early one morning. Snorkeling was supurb right from the beach - Lots of fish, star fish, octopus, eel, and even saw a seahorse. We also enjoyed the beach club for drinks and lunch along with the beach chaises. On the paseo you will find several good dining options including a very busy coffee shop and wine bar along with two very small convenience stores that carry basic supplies. If you don't want to leave you can have a taxi drop you off and you can enjoy and get most everything you need right on site. We did rent a car for our two week stay and enjoyed several trips to town, day trips to San Javier, Mulege, La Paz, and Villa Del Palmar for a day pass. There are two decent grocery stores in town and you can find most anything you need. Lots of nice restaurants in town as well and everyone we encountered were so wonderful, helpful. welcoming and friendly. The few downsides were that no one was there to meet us so it took us awhile to figure out where the house was located and where to park (the parking area was closed off) Also could not find anyone to help with luggage when arriving. There were several things in the house that need or will soon need some attention - however the house manager is VERY responsive and the few issues we had were fixed the same day. We also felt that the cleaning could have been better. These however are all very minor issues and all in all this house is wonderful and such a great deal for the price point. I would not hesitate to recommend and rent this home again on my future visits."
    Guest: Marina L. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: December 28, 2016
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  • Wonderful place to stay in Loreto!

    "This was our second year staying at this property, and plan on going back again next year. The owners live nearby and were available for help in recommending grocery stores, hikes, fishing guides and much more. We watched whales rolling and slapping their tails every day. You can easily walk in to town, and there are bikes in very good condition available as well. Loreto is a fairly quiet, laid back town but can be quite active and vibrant at times depending on different festivals and events going on."
    Guest: David D. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 25, 2017
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