|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This gorgeous Centro house on a quiet street is ideally located ten blocks from the Plaza Grande, five blocks from the Hyatt Hotel, and a stone's throw from Paseo Montejo and Anthropology Museum. Shopping and restaurants are nearby. This expansive three bedroom, two bathroom home has been restored with care, preserving historic details, such as, pasta tile floors, stained glass windows, and wood beamed ceilings that soar up to 17 feet.
The dining room opens onto a beautiful outdoor patio featuring a generous-sized pool set in a lush tropical garden. Indoor/outdoor living at its best. The large kitchen with dining nook and two bathrooms are newly renovated.
Three air-conditioned bedrooms (two queen, one full, washing machine, equipped eat in kitchen, and wifi internet/cable are included in this stunning historic home.
We invite you to make our home your home in this Spanish colonial city of Merida.
We spent 2 months at Montejo Beauty and loved it.
Contrary to some previous reviews,we found the house well decorated, kitchen well equiped, plenty of good sheets, towels, funiture in good shape.
The house is very nice with its original tiles floors, the stained glass panels.
Most of all LOCATION: 1 block to Paseo Montejo, quiet street, no bus, walking distance to Centro, supermarkets.
We are going back next year.
My criteria for a house in Merida was that it had to be colonial with high ceilings throughout. This house was more than I had hoped for! I liked the layout of the house very much even though I got "lost" in it at first because of the many doors but they were also one of the things I liked,big tall wooden doors. The kitchen is separated from the main house by a little covered through way outside which I thought was just fine and then the third bedroom and second bathroom were on the other side of the kitchen which made it perfect for guests.
I felt that the furnishings were just right and really again just what I could have imagined for this style of house. The ceilings make a big difference as far as the temperature goes and the feeling of space and light. Each room had beautiful pasta tile floors, another thing I had wanted. In the main house there is a very large master bedroom with a table that could be used for work and or meals plus another good sized bedroom. The kitchen was large and also had an eat in area. There was yet another dining area off of the living room that overlooked the garden, patio and pool. I loved the pool! It was just the right size for my needs and was all one depth, I think about 5 feet. What a savior that pool was in the Merida heat. The small garden area surrounding the pool was also very nice and there is a small pond along the back that has little fish in it. Birds would come and visit the garden and on one particularly hot day I saw a couple of them taking brief dips in the pool to cool off which was fun to watch.
It is a very private little piece of serenity I thought.
Only about a block and a half to the big main boulevard of Paseo Montejo where there was an Italian restaurant around one corner and directly across the street an Irish pub which has really good fish and chips. You are also only about three blocks from Santa Ana square and market which has several inexpensive food choices and we would pick up food from there and then eat at the house. If you have a car there is parking on the street or right around the corner there is a public parking place where you pay to park your car but it is locked up at night and there is always someone there during the day.
On Sundays they close one side of Paseo Montejo for pedestrians and cyclists. They also have horse drawn carriages that go up and down the boulevard. Most importantly I always felt safe. I highly recommend this lovely house!
I stayed at this house for a week over the Christmas Holidays with my husband, my mother and my daughters (aged 6 and 8). The house is huge and beautiful, just as described and shown in the pictures. The location was perfect, very quiet and at the same time very close to the old city center, museums,etc. There is a lovely French cafe and bakery at the end of the block, 2 minutes away, that serves great food and espressos and cappuccinos! We walked everywhere and felt very safe even late at night. The staff at the house was extremely helpful. The owner's agent arranged for someone to meet us at the airport and drive us to the house. This person left his email address and telephone number and was readily available whenever we needed him. He gave us useful advice on things to see and do and he even drove us to the rental car agency for us to pick up our car and then also drove us to the airport on the day of departure. The property was clean and well-maintained. The house is very simple and functional, perfect for a family with children. My daughters loved the pool and the water feature. My mom enjoyed reading in the sunny patio. There was something for everyone. Overall, everything was easy and we truly had a wonderful vacation in Mérida. We can't wait to go back!
We stayed at this house for 31 days in March; this is our third VRBO in Merida. We were disappointed in this house and some of the policies. Specifically, they insist that the deposit be paid in US$ but they send it back to you in MX; we had to pay the exchange charges so it was a big hit on my deposit. Also, I’m not sure how they calculate the electricity but they charged us more than double what we paid last year when we stayed in a much bigger house for 11 more days. The air conditioners, ceiling fans and appliances in this house are old and don’t work well so maybe they are less efficient than new ones? For the amount of rent paid we were very disappointed in the décor of the house. The furnishings looked like thrift store discards (no quaint antiques here), in fact the living room didn’t even have a coffee table nor side tables – just an old broken down couch, chair and a TV on a stand. There weren’t many decorative items or pictures on the walls, just some nails where things had been removed – it looked like the house had been stripped of anything of value and all that was left was the stuff no one wanted. The bed linens were old and faded; the dishes were chipped and mismatched; many things were broken (microwave, coffeemaker, air conditioners, overhead fans, toilet seats, TV, couch, door locks, water feature, etc.) and even though they did replace or fix some of these items after we complained the house still has a worn out look to it. Not all the windows had screens so it was difficult to cool the house without letting in hordes of mosquitos. What little clothing storage there is in the bedrooms, is taken up with many old stained pillows, excess tattered linens, old books and CDs and other useless junk. The finish on the inside of the very cheap, tin pots was flaking off. The house itself is pretty, although it needs a paint job and some serious maintenance, and we loved the pool. The location is great and the area is pretty quiet for Merida. The manager did react quickly when we complained but the place still isn’t up to the standard one would expect for the rent paid. The owner sent an email to apologize BUT she and the manager kept saying “no one else has complained!” so felt no real sincerity. They did give us a small discount (which I haven’t received yet) and a dinner at a local restaurant but I would've preferred to just have the house look at least something like the photos - I don’t get a “do over” on my vacation.
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Apr 1 2015 - Oct 31 2015
3 night minimum stay
Reduced rate for monthly stays.
Easter, Christmas, New Year and Carnival - $175 per night, $1100 per week.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.