Los Barriles House Rental Photos and Description
3 bdrm, 2 bath, Best for 4 adults, 3 kids. max. 2 queens, 3 singles.
Beautiful Baja rental in Spa Buena Vista a minute walk from miles of beach. Just a few miles from Los Barriles, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, WIFI, television w/CD/DVD player w/theater surround sound (no live TV), fruit trees, garden, fountain, off street parking, one minute walk to the beach, next to Buena Vista Beach Resort for swimming, swim-up bar, boat rentals, horseback riding, spa treatments, dining.
Only 45 minute drive from Los Cabos airport, 1 1/2 hour drive from La Paz. Great sportfishing, diving at Cabo Pulmo and Los Frailes. American neighbors across the street and nearby, local rental management company for information/emergencies.
Emergency medical clinic in Los Barriles, just minutes away. Good restaurants, and four grocery stores in town.
Miles and miles of open, white sandy beaches to explore, and nearby mountains for hiking.
Buena Vista is quiet and laid back, but Cabo San Lucas in just over an hour's drive for all the night live you can handle.
Fishing alternatives: Local fishing guide available who will pick you up at the casa. If the fishing isn't good in the East Cape, it's only an hour's drive to San Jose del Cabo and the Gordo Banks, or an hour's drive to Las Arenas for boats to Cerralvo Island. ALL SEASON fisheries available. Owned by Bill Karr, NorCal editor of Western Outdoor News.
The Unique Benefits of this House: Fishing, beach combing, water sports, horseback riding, and when you get home, all of the amenities for your in-home relaxation. Home Theatre for playing movies from a vast selection on-site, or listening to your favorite CDs on our stereo system. Relax on the upper deck with a view of the Sea of Cortez as the sun goes down (or comes up). Sit on your own covered patio while your steaks cook on mesquite charcoal. Bring someone you like to fish with, or someone you LOVE!!! Local guide available with 26-foot Super Panga, and rental car available.
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- children welcome
About Bill karr
Editor of Western Outdoor News, NorCal edition, in Placerville, California, and chose this location for the great fishing and relaxation, nearby friends and crime-free area.
Bill karr purchased this house in 2006
Why Bill karr chose Los Barriles
Beauty, peace and quiet, and fishing in front of the house!
What makes this house unique
Quiet and peaceful, easy walk to the beach with a cup of coffee in hand for waking up in the morning. Great fishing for those days you want some topnotch action. Close to Cabo San Lucas and La Paz.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Gary was reading one of his favorite magazines, the Western Outdoors News, when he came across an article about the East Cape and the great fishing that was going on down there.
Bill Karr, who had written the article, also mentioned that he had a home there and could line up all the right people to ensure us a great time at the East Cape.
Well, it was our first time to Los Barrilles and we were looking forward to getting away and trying our hands at hooking a golden dorado. I have to admit I was a little concerned about not staying at a hotel. I didn’t know for sure how our accommodations would be, and I knew if the accommodations weren’t good it could make for a long stay.
Needless to say, we couldn’t have been happier with Casabelle-- she is a great place to spend some time and it was fully loaded with all the comforts of home, especially the great air conditioning, which was a big concern for me. The house was in a great location near a hotel that was ready at all times to serve you at the end of your day, not to mention you could walk to the beach.
In fact, that’s where fishing guide Manuel Lucero of Tio Pablo Sportfishing picked us up. We were able to walk to the beach and Manuel had a panga waiting for us and he would be our captain for a half day trip.
We hadn’t fished out in the open sea before, so we only wanted a half day. And to be honest, I was looking forward to a relaxing day. But, it couldn’t have been more than 20 minutes and something was hooked. Gary and I weren’t sure what it was--we just assumed it was a dorado and we were excited. It happened so quickly, I figured we might be home sooner now. But that thought was quickly gone when we saw something JUMP!
I didn’t know what it was, but Manuel yelled out “marlin!” Then the work began. By the time Gary reeled that marlin in, it had been over 2 hours. I can’t tell you how exciting it was to see Gary battle that marlin and to finally get him into the boat. It’s something I will always remember.
It was such a great time there in Los Barrilles, and in our home-away-from-home, Casabelle.