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Kino Bay Wheelchair Accessible Vacation Rentals(2)

2 Results
  • 1 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 3
2 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
6 night minimum stay
1 Review

Recent Kino Bay Reviews

Romantic Respite

5 of 5
These two casitas are perfect for a single person or a couple, although hey could accommodate another person. The sounds of the waves and birds soothe you to sleep and in the morning sunshine, you can make a cup of coffee (all provisions are in the kitchenette) and take 3 steps onto the sand to saunter along the miles-long beach, picking up shells, and barely seeing another person. The friendly, knowledgeable American owners are on-site, and available for information and suggestions, but you have complete privacy and total quiet. This was the first place on our 11 day trip to San Carlos, Alamos and Bahia Kino where we could flush the toilet paper down the toilet. The downstairs unit is very small, but everything you need is there (sink, refrigerator, utensils and dishes). We love the Talavera tile and open waterfall shower and the bathroom amenities provided. The upstairs unit is larger, with a huge veranda where you can sit out and watch the sunsets and sip a glass of wine. Both units are furnished in beautiful, tasteful Mexican style and very functional. We used the kayaks provided and also went snorkeling. The water was clear and warm (in November), but not too many fish. Restaurants nearby...we love walking to El Pargo Rojo for awesome fresh fish, and Casablanca for breakfasts. This was our second visit to La Tortuga, and we definitely will be returning.
  • Submitted: Dec 2, 2014
  • Stayed: Nov 2014

casita sophia kino bay

4 of 5
Cute 2br house right on the beach about 1 km from the end of the paved road. Comfortable for 4 people if they like each other. Not luxurious, but OK for me since I had dogs with me. Nice neighbors, quiet except for the booming surf. Felt safe with the iron fence surrounding the property. Local Mexicans were very friendly. 5 mile long white sand beach nice but lots of trash on weekends when the "rich" Mexicans came to the beach. Kino needs a cleanup program to remind them what a beautiful place they have. Fabulous sunsets. Good food, fresh fish, shrimp, fresh bread and tortillas and enough shopping to get the basics in Old Kino. For the first 3 days we had a bad propane gas leak and the prop mgr was out of town so did not get it looked at until they returned when it was fixed. So we had cold water showers. The house does not have heat except for space heaters and it was very cold inside. It was in winter so not hot outside and the sea was cold. It also could have been cleaner. There was virtually no storage space, closets filled with linens and someone's clothing and no dressers etc. Someone needs to go thru it and remove extraneous "stuff" including knick knacks which were everywhere. House needs internet and TV that is not all 24 hr news and shopping channels. Fireplace did not work; that would have helped heat the place and really cheer it up at night. Not much to do as far as night life or even much to do except enjoy the beach. Easy access to San Carlos and Hermosillo. Not a bad drive from Tucson, except for the border crossing. NOT a fancy resort town.
  • Submitted: Feb 9, 2010
  • Stayed: Jan 2010