Merida Villa Rental Photos and Description
This newly remodeled Colonial home has everything you are looking for…and much, much more. The location is superb: on a quiet street and yet right around the corner from Santa Ana with its market, eateries, crafts, art galleries and weekly special events. The famous Paseo de Montejo is only two blocks away. The Canton Palace which houses Merida’s huge anthropology museum is nearby, and the Plaza Grande is an easy walk of 7 blocks.
This is one of the few three bedroom houses on Merida’s rental market, and here each has its own full bath. The floor plan of Casa Maclobia is designed to maximize the indoor/outdoor living Merida is famous for with views of pool, garden or rooftop from every room. This is the perfect house for a family or a group of friends, with lots of spaces to gather together for meals or conversation, but also with many cozy niches just right for one or two.
Everything has been lovingly thought out by the owner to maximize his guest’s enjoyment of this fabulous home. From the “man-cave” TV room to the more formal sitting area in front of the pool; from the peaceful garden to the yoga/meditation terrace; from the covered rooftop dining/entertainment space to the palapa-topped private master suite, there is something here for everyone.
Naturally all of the following are included:
First quality linens
Pool with fountain
Master bath with shower and tub
Antiques and fine artwork throughout
Weekly maid, garden and pool service
Satellite TV with many English speaking channels
Full kitchen with granite counter tops and high quality appliances
A dumbwaiter to take food and drink to the roof-top entertaining area
Local cell phone for renters’ use
English speaking property manager
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Le Ann Pryde
We are Merida's premier rental and property management specialists. Not only do we represent most of Merida's best rental homes, but we are also here, always available to help with any situation or problem that might arise. We also are happy to answer questions about Merida and the region to help you better enjoy your time here. The house supervisor is on call for emergencies 24/7.