|Space||600 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
The Inn at San Pancho sits on a gentle hill above the fishing village of San Pancho on Mexico’s stunning Riviera Nayarit.
Three of the four charming casitas at the Inn at San Pancho have open floor plans and are decorated with folk art and hand painted furniture, comfortable king size beds and windows open to the town of San Pancho and the sea beyond.
Villa Victoria, our largest casita, has two bedrooms, a full kitchen, library, and hacienda style veranda.Casitas Agave and Nopal share the same commodious floor plan, which includes a large living/dining area and a well stocked kitchenette and a verandah with a view of the ocean. Our smallest casita, the one-room Chica, is an idyllic blend of indoor/outdoor living with a queen bed, ocean view and private garden.
Our crystal clear pool is maintained by using salts rather than harsh chemicals. Other amenities include fresh flowers, terry robes, daily housekeeping service, internet access, AC (except Chica), hairdryers, safes and ample parking.
The Inn at San Pancho, which hosts family reunions, retreats and wedding parties, may be rented in its entirety, and sleeps up to 12 people in four individual casitas, for a total of 5 bedrooms, one full kitchen, two kitchenettes and four bathrooms.
The Inn at San Pancho reviewed as “Spectacular,” “Exquisite!” “Enchanting,” “A little oasis of comforts in a storybook Mexican town.”
Beautiful spot; clean, airy and comfortable suites; fabulous pool; and lovely hostesses; what more can I say?
We had a wonderful and relaxing nine days at the Inn at San Pancho. Just a few miles down the road from busier and more popular Sayalita we found a charming town with great restaurants and secluded beaches with diving Pelicans we watched by the hour. We first stayed in the Agave apartment which would have been just perfect for two but it was rented part of our time there so we moved to the Victoria two bedroom home which was wonderful. We would go back in a minute. Clean with a view of the Pacific over Palm trees and only a short walk to the beach. Figure on about $500 pesos a day for food and drink. ATMs plentiful but Mexican bank rate combined with US bank rates deliver about 12.8 pesos to the dollar compared to 15.7 in paper. Consider getting pesos from your bank before leaving. We did get 13 exchange rate at the airport.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
The internet in San Pancho can be problematic.
The good news is that The Inn at San Pancho's location on a hill overlooking the town affords us excellent cell phone service.