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              Recent Celestun Reviews

              Celebrate Celestun!

              5 of 5
              Awesome house. It is a perfect place for those that want to experience Real Mexico. Beautiful home in a private setting with all the amenities. Great location for Birding. The beach is amazing and totally private. Celestun is a wonderful small town with very welcoming people. Loved the house with great views, ocean breezes and a great back deck- Outdoor grill, sea toys and Kayaks make it so easy you never have to leave home! Would highly recommend it to people who want off the beaten path, beauty and solitude. All around great rental experience from Pascal and Robbie Thanks so much!
              • Submitted: May 13, 2016
              • Stayed: Apr 2016

              Mexican hideaway.

              5 of 5
              We were at Casa Amanecer for three fabulous weeks. It was very hard to leave & would have liked to stay all Winter. I can only endorse all the comments made by others. Carole the owner was also a wonderful local guide & source of information.While Celestun is a peaceful Mexican fishing village we were always busy though had plenty of time for shelling & reading. The Sat TV & Broadband Internet were much appreciated. A car is useful but not necessary. We traveled to Cancun over nighted there & took the Bus to Merida as there are many more convenient flights there than to Merida where flights generally arrive late in the evening. There is an hourly Oriente bus to Celestun from the Noreste Bus Station in Merida which is short Taxi ride from the Came ADO long distance Bus station. Food prices& restaurant meals in Celustun are very low compared to the US & the great fresh Fish from the fish Market is about $2/lb . We really enjoyed shopping in town & riding back to the house in one of the many Tricycle taxis for a cost of $1 US.This was our first trip to Mexico mainly because of all the horror stories but to visit Celestun is no different from visiting a small town in the US the Mayan people all have a smile & are very welcoming. For the lucky few Celestun & Casa Anamacer is an undiscovered vacation retreat long may it remain that way. .
              • Submitted: Feb 6, 2016
              • Stayed: Jan 2016

              Loved it!

              5 of 5
              This is the place I've been looking for my husband and me to go and relax, enjoy the sun, warm weather and get away from our Minnesota winter. It is not a big tourist area, it is quiet and peaceful. The sun sets were beautiful and warm. Casa Del Sol is a beautiful little house, very comfortable with quality furnishings and everything you could possibility need in the kitchen, even a blender for Margaritas! The property is a beautiful palm tree park-like setting and you are just steps from the beach. The owner was wonderful, making sure we had everything we needed. She went with my husband to the meat market and to buy fresh shrimp. She even loaned us some Old Bay to cook the shrimp in. She is very friendly and gracious. There are several restaurants in town and we tried four of them and all meals were great. Great seafood! Must see: The flamingos, Uxmal ruins. If you are afraid to mingle with the locals, go somewhere else. Celestun is a small fishing village and the people are working class people and are very helpful and friendly. We enjoyed shopping for fresh fruit and veggies in the open air market and wine and beer in the little shop in the square. The young lady even remembered which wine my husband always bought. We do not speak Spanish and very few of the locals speak English, but we didn't have any trouble at all. This is a place we will go back to; Casa Del Sol is heaven on earth. I wish I could live there all winter.
              • Submitted: Mar 26, 2011
              • Stayed: Mar 2011