Mancora House Rental Photos and Description
4 bedroom, 4 bathroom house on the beach.
Relax. Bask in the sun on the large decks, refresh in the shade, cool in the pool and ocean, stroll the beach, surf, kite surf, hike, jog on the beach, shop in open air markets, buy fresh fish on the dock. At night enjoy the ambiance of the pool lights and the large brick barbecue. Entertain at the large dining room table and and the long hardwood bar. Shorts and a T-shirt day and night. Or dress up a little and go to town for casual dining and small town night life. Relaxed and casual is the fashion. Forget your rain gear. This area has an average of only 6 days of rain each year and 300 days of sunshine. The weather in this area of Northern Peru is dry and tropical. In summer (from December to April) daytime temperatures can reach over 30°C. During autumn (April and May) and spring (October and November) it is a pleasant 24°C to 26°C. In winter (June to September) the days are also sunny and warm (24 - 26°) and nights are fresh (17 -18°) so you might need a light jacket in the evening.
- children welcome
- smoking allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
My wife and I live on the west coast of Canada where winters are wet and chilly. It is no wonder that our Casa Ñuro is paradise for its dependable warm, dry, sunny weather year round. We built this home for casual relaxation. We have had our three grown children and their respective partners stay with us at Christmas and it is wonderful to all be together with room to spare.
Because of its location directly on a beautiful beach, we have direct access to swimming in the ocean and beach walks. There are no dangerous currents to be concerned about and you can can walk for hours on miles of beach. Hustle and bustle are unknown terms here; it is a place for relaxing and refreshing. At the same time, there is lots to see and explore from the local town, five minutes away by road, to Cabo Blanco where Ernest Hemmingway fished for marlin. Buy fresh fish from the fishermen at the local pier or take surf lessons down the beach. Farther afield is the day trip to the mangroves of Tumbes.
We were the second house to start building on the beach and the first to be finished. Several more houses have been constructed but the beach maintains its 'hidden treasure' feeling.