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  • A Little Sanctuary in Paradise

    "This must be hands down the most comfortable and exclusive guest house rental in San Cristobal. I stayed for two weeks with the purpose of studying Spanish at Tierras Mayas language school. It was quiet, secluded, an easy 20 minute walk to downtown and my school, and most luxurious. The accomodations are only a little more than the cost of a hotel room, but you get an entire house, room to wander in the garden, and breakfast cooked to order! It is really best for 1 or 2 persons, as there is just one bedroom and bathroom. There was garage space to park my little rental car off the street. A private and secure entrance permits access to the home, which was a true oasis to return home to each afternoon. There is daily housekeeping service, wifi internet access, fresh flowers placed everywhere, a cook to prepare breakfast (included) and also to prepare a full and delicious daily afternoon meal if desired with 24 hours notice, and a gardner on premises daily to keep the gardens immaculate. I prepared many of my meals in my own comfortable kitchen and ate at home while studying. The rooms are immaculate, the bedding plush, the fireplaces warm and renewed every morning with fresh firewood, the sitting area and desk for study very adequate, the gardens were joyful and the sundeck terrace hosted incredible city view of the thunderstorms rolling in each afternoon. I am already planning a return visit and I would not think to stay anywhere else. Truly breathtaking on first sight, and a sanctuary to return to every day. First class accomodations, service, location and ambience. I can't imagine staying at any hotel in this town ever again when you can get all this included and feel like you are "at home"."
    Guest: Desert Fox Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: September 27, 2015
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