%60%60Casa Amanecer%60%60 is a short walk from the quaint fishing village of Celestun which is located in a biosphere on the Gulf Coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is considered a bird watcher's paradise, and is also known for the thousands of flamingos that reside there. Boat tours can be taken from the village to see the flamingos and the mangroves in the area. Celestun is also close to the many Mayan ruins, cenotes and the historic colonial city of Merida. The village has many fine seafood restaurants, markets. The house is situated on miles of unspoiled beach which is also the nesting ground for the giant sea turtles in the summer.
The main house contains two bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and one and a half bathrooms. Each bedroom has a large terrace with the master bedroom facing the ocean where you can listen to the waves or watch the amazing sunsets. The casita is seperate and situated off the pool area wiith a Queen bed and bathroom, internet. Beautiful gardens including a coconut grove surround the house.
'Casa Amancer' is the perfect place to paint, write or just veg out.
This home was built to Canadian standards, by my husband and I.
Boat tours of Flamengos, Mayan Ruins, Cenotes, Bird Watching, Fishing. Restaurants.
Pilates, Manuicure and Pedicure available.
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My Standard Rate
Sep 18 2014 - Dec 31 2015
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $50 per night, per additional guest|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
Night 200.00 Weekend 250.00
Rates based on 7 days/week. 28days/month( enquire for rates)
Rates are for max 4, extra person rate $50 per week
Low season. May 1 - Nov 1 Mid season. July 1 - Aug 30.
High season. Nov 1 - April 30
** additional $100 for Christmas, New Year, March Break and Easter ***
Casita can be rented separately when
Final cleaning fee 500.00 Pesos
“Short walk to Village. Quite location.”