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Casita Toronja #332027: New Oaxaca Vacation Rental Cottage ten blocks from Zocalo in the Historic District. Newly built adobe Casita with full modern kitchen, living room/bedroom comes with cable T.V. and Wifi internet and phone service. For 2014 we have added a new extra rental room that is available for 1-2 people. This will help to accommodate a larger family of 4 plus. Cleaning lady twice a week and laundry, will cook meals for extra. Two blocks from Museum/Botanical Gardens and Alcala- the pedestrian walkway full of upscale shops that leads you to Zocalo. One block from open market Sanches Pasqua makes cooking dinner easy. Cottage is located on a compound with another rental Casita.
Keywords: Oaxaca Vacation Rental Historic District great location near zocalo new kitchen
Being a photographer and half Mexican I love Oaxaca and bought this property to be near my father who lives there.
Cathy McNamara purchased this cottage in 2008
To be near attractions and activities
To be able to walk to the Zocalo center and be near an open air market. You will enjoy being located in the Historic District surrounded by the arts and culture of Oaxaca. Walk to the Museum and Botanical Garden, shops, or take bus and Taxi all near by.
I stayed in the casita and found it to be a wonderful and comfortable stay...I agree with all the other positive reviews and not sure what to make of the one negative? As in the pictures all was in working order and nothing was broken. I enjoyed the location being able to walk to zocalo and food market near was great for cooking meals had modern appliances and Kitchen needs. New TV , wifi..will come back soon!
What you see is NOT what you get. This is not " new", but a very tired and uncared- for property. The casita was filthy on arrival, eg. floors full of sand and coffee grounds left so long in maker that they were covered with mould . Bathroom was clean, however. Rectified later when cleaner arrived later in week. Kitchen cupboards were mostly off their hinges, sink stoppers were both broken, toilet flushed poorly, some stove burners not working, lack of cooking essentials, and the list goes on. Water ran out twice during the days as did propane for hot water and oven usage.
Complete lack of privacy - large uncovered kitchen window looked into other building on premises..courtyard unkempt , shared and full of daily hanging laundry. One small wrought iron table and chair to sit on, not comfortable enough to relax or read, especially with occupants of other unit always watching.
So bad, left casita in mid-stay to go to hotel, despite having pre-paid in full.
Saving grace was the marvelous Pablo, who helped us out in scorpion crisis, brought a few essentials including sink stoppers and gave us the most amazing tours outside the city. We recommend him highly ! And....despite all this, we loved Oaxaca and would return!
Stayed here for the month of December 2014. The house is very well equipped for a comfortable stay...... little things like shelves in the bathroom, door hooks for clothes, empty dresser drawers, kitchen utensils, wifi, etc.
There is actually one bedroom with an additional pull out couch in it. The house is roomy, lots of natural light. Once we got used to the routine for the roof water tank and bottled drinking water, our stay was extremely pleasant. Pablo, the manager, was always accessible by phone and was a delight to talk to (English) and helpful with local information. The house was quiet (no barking dogs) and the ever-present rooster was far enough away as to not wake us in the early mornings. I recommend this casita as long as you don't book it when I want to return.
Very cute house with Mexican feel and modern convenience. We stayed with a little child for a week - the best experience ever. Walking distance to a beautiful city center; market near by.
On the down side - the water in the laundry machine is a little rusty, and all white clothes got yellow. Also there is no microwave. Other than that the kitchen is very modern and clean. Very secluded and nice backyard, and grapefruit trees add a nice touch.
All special requests were addressed promptly. The wireless connection speed was unbelievable good for Mexico.
Oaxaca has plenty to see and enjoy. Monte Alban and Mitla both awesome, each in a very unique style. We really liked Hierve el Agua as well, but it is harder to get to.
I would definitely recommend this place to a friend. It's a real Mexican experience.
Spent 1 week there in March 2011, with two girlfriends. Close to Santo Domingo and bus line to downtown. Great market and restaurants close by. Hot water problems but they worked on it. Would go back.
Visit Archeological sight Monte Alban by Tour bus or excellent tour guide Pablo who also manages the casita his # is in the info sheet you will receive . Learn spanish or weaving at schools near by.
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3 night minimum stay
Please call or email. To hold date's 30% of total is requested. Checks can be mailed to Cathy McNamara 56 Bittles Lane Woodstock, NY 12498 or through Pay-Pal using email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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