Located in the small exceptionally safe & friendly beach resort of Rincon de Guayabitos, where the authentic flavor of Mexico can be experienced, this ocean-front home offers a panoramic view of magnificent Jaltemba Bay & the lush tropical mountains surrounding it. Casa de Ensuenos (house of dreams) is located in a quiet residential area & has 6,500 s.f. of living area, designed to be spacious, open & inviting.
Each of the 4 spacious guest rooms is complete with a king bed, private bath, ceiling fan, secluded terrace & a breathtaking ocean view. Our Sand Dollar Guest room is located downstairs with a private terrace & offers handicap accessibility.
Upon arising, watch the morning activities unfolding from your guest room terrace----the fishing boats, playful dolphins, an occasional whale and a wide variety of birds while sipping a cup of local Mexican coffee. A sumptuous gourmet breakfast is served on the downstairs ocean-side terrace.
Just steps away, the pristine white sand beach is perfect for a leisurely walk or jog. The protected bay makes it ideal for swimming, kayaking, snorkeling & boogie boarding.
Relax on the many terraces & niches in the casa. Take a siesta in the hammock or sit in the courtyard & meditate to the cascading water fountain.
After a sun-filled day, join new friends on the ocean front terrace to enjoy snacks, drinks & lively conversations while appreciating the magnificent sunset. At night, stargaze the clear bright Mexican skies from the rooftop terrace and later be lulled to sleep with the sound of gentle waves.
Keywords: Beachfront Bed & Breakfast
Charley and Mona fell in love with the picturesque village of Guayabitos 16 years ago and have lived there ever since. Charley builds casas and Mona gardens and teaches English in her spare time. They both are passionate about sharing the local traditional charm with visitors.
The Owner purchased this house in 2003
The tranquil tropical village of Rincon de Guayabitos is indescribably beautiful, nestled in a small calm bay surrounded by the Sierra Madre mountains. It has retained its traditional Mexican flavor so we thoroughly enjoy immersing ourselves int he culture. And, of course, the weather is absolutely ideal.
Rincon de Guayabitos is a safe, beautiful, and relaxing town for your Mexican vacation, and there's no better place to stay than the Casa de Ensueños. The owners, Mona and Charlie, are very friendly and helpful, the breakfasts are scrumptious, the rooms are light and airy, and the whole property is clean and well-maintained. We are returning this year with our adult children, and we are looking forward to exploring the area, eating shrimp at Slavador's, and sharing a relaxing time at Casa de Ensueños.
This is the 3rd year we are going back to this lovely B & B. The setting is great, the food is wonderful, the property is clean and well cared for. The owners are very welcoming but also give you space. They took us on a tour the first year that we stayed and were very helpful with recommendations for activities and restaurants. We have always felt safe in Rincon De Guayabitos and La Penita and highly recommend this B & B.
My family and I have visited La Casa de Ensueños (Dream House) 3 times. We have never had a bad vacation while we were there. The bed & breakfast is on the beach, about a half-mile from town. This location is ideal, as it is located close enough to walk (10-15 minutes) to restaurants (excellent and inexpensive food!), shops and night-life, but far enough so that the area on the beach and in the B&B itself is very quiet.
Mona and Charley Bryant (the owners) are super-nice people who also have good personalities - although both of them give you plenty of 'space' to enjoy your vacation. Mona makes delicious but healthly breakfasts, and Charley will regale you with humorous stories (at 'happy hour').
The B&B is spacious and airy. This is also true of each guest room. There is a large, flat-screen TV in the living room and wireless high-speed Internet.
The locals are very hospitable and many speak at least some English. (The restaurants usually have the menus in both languages.) We have never not felt welcomed by these Mexicans.
While we have vacationed here mostly NOT to do anything, we have, on occasion, visited a 'tourist' area. Puerto Vallarta (one hour to the south), Sayulita and San Blas all have their unique reasons to visit. But, staying at the B&B, we have also fished, whale-watched, banana-boated and jet-skied. Our favorite 'activity', however, is lounging on the veranda in a hammock.
We have been vacationing in the Puerto Vallarta area since 1986. Jaltemba Bay/Guayabitos has been our favorite since 1992. We have stayed at Casa de Ensueños for the past five or six years and are thoroughly pleased with the location, the ambiance, the hospitality and service, and the amenities. The owners are like family, the house and the rooms are clean and beautiful, the breakfasts are wonderful, the beach is right out the patio doors, and it is within walking distance or a short cab ride to stores and restaurants. We had friends stay there with us last year and they will be coming back again this year.
This gorgeous beachfront B & B is situated between two small towns, accessable by walking on the beach or through a beautiful residential American/Canadian neighborhood (the natives referr to it as "Gringo Gulch"). Over the six years we stayed there, we always felt safe and comfortable. The hosts, Mona and Charley went out of their way to assist us with medical issues and make us feel like friends.
The breakfasts overlooking the ocean were delicious as were the complimentary drinks, snacks & conversation at the sunset gathering. The other guests were interesting and compatible, many returning year after year.
The restaurants are very good and the weekly market in town was a blast. A true taste of Mexico.
The part of the vacations that I enjoyed the most was the time spent doing absolutely "nothing",
where "nothing" is defined as walking on the beach, laying out in the sun, reading a good book,
walking into town, etc. The problem with doing "nothing" is that time passes too quickly and it is
time to leave "our little paradise" (a very sad day).
In conclusion - We would say this is an extremely good vacation value in a beautiful area - my husband would move there permanently given the opportunity.
My husband and I have had the joy of spending time with Mona and Charlie at their gracious B&B for the last 6 years (or is it 7?) There is no way to describe the setting short of paradise. The beaches are friendly and smooth and warm with lots of opportunity for people watching. The neighboring village of La Pinita has a fabulous market every Thursday with all the charm of local products and foods as well as items which would cost twice as much in larger resort areas. Casa de Ensuenos is beautifully decorated and maintained. Where else could you get a scrumptious healthy breakfast that lasts until happy hour in the evening. Eight of our family and friends have also enjoyed this sunny accommodation and choose it over anywhere else on the Mexican Riviera. Don't miss it!!!! You'll never want to go back to a big resort again.