About the property
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay4 nights
House: 3 Bedrooms (6 persons) + Detached Unit: 1 Bedroom (2 persons)
This wonderful palapa is just on the sandy beach of Troncones and has its own swimming pool surrounded by a lush garden and a palapa where you can relax in a hammock and feel the ocean breezes while enjoying unforgettable sunsets. Six persons can be comfortably accommodated in the house, which has a master bedroom with a king-size bed and a full bathroom that can be accessed both through the bedroom and from the garden. We have a loft above the living area with two sleeping areas with two twin beds each and a shared toiled (no shower upstairs). Plus, there is a separate cabin with two twin beds and a toilet (upstairs), and a full bathroom downstairs (rented separately). The kitchen is fully equipped. The Dining Room table is solid tropical wood and it sits 8 people. We have ceiling fans (no A/C), WiFi, and hot water. Parking space is for one and a 'squeezed in' second car.
Keywords: Palapa, Troncones, Pacific coast, Mexico
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- english, spanish
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 18, 2018
About Patricia Rodriguez
We are a family of four. Our children are now 20 and 17 years old and we have decided to share with you our home in paradise since we moved to the Mexican east coast.
Patricia Rodriguez purchased this House in 1998
Why Patricia Rodriguez chose Troncones
The house is located right on the sandy beach of Troncones, 35 km north of the twin resorts of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo. Our family has been vacationing in this house since 1998, when our oldest daughter was 2 years old. Even if we try to spend all our holidays at the house, we have now moved to the Mexican east coast so we cannot use it as much as we did. That is the main reason we have now decided to share our little piece of paradise.
What makes this House unique
We wanted a place built with natural materials such as tropical wood (not cut-out from the forest, but from naturally fell trees), bamboo, sand, silt, and straw under a thatched palapa roof, following a pre-Columbian roofing method. We used the expertise of talented artisans to bond leafs and cords, timber and bamboo to create a unique atmosphere. You will enjoy the contact with nature, sleep with the sound of the waves, and you will awake to find the grandeur of the Pacific Ocean in the most relaxing environment.
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A quiet haven
My husband and I stayed at Casa Ambar the 2nd week in March, along with my parents, and absolutely loved our time there. The house was lovely and suited us perfectly. We spent the majority of our time under the palapa between the house and the pool. We loved the open air concept of the house and the flow of the ocean breeze. The hotel/restaurant next door, Lo Sereno, has wonderful food and drinks and we visited there a few times. We rented bikes for the week and found it was a great way to move around the village and up to Mahajua to try different restaurants. Irasema and Bernabe took great care of us during our stay. Oriana was also very responsive when we had a couple questions. The only thing I would recommend is having some lighting available in the palapa for late-night card games. We would definitely stay at Casa Ambar again on a future trip to Troncones.
La casa es hermosa
La casa es hermosa. Es un sitio acogedor, cómodo y muy tranquilo. Muy limpio y todo funciona en excelentes condiciones. Es un sitio ideal para pasar unas vacaciones. Totalmente recomendable
Best palapa ever
Rented the house with 6ppl and had the best beach vacation ever. The house was the typical open air palapa, so bring bug spray, but it was our own Swiss Family Robinson. Definitely returning.
Amazing beach fron palapa
It has been one of the best experencies. It's a five + star palapa!
If you're familiar with GoogleEarth, you can go to: 17°47'09' N, 101°43'55.60' W to pinpoint the house and get an overview of the beach. The house is built with natural materials such as tropical wood (not cut-out from the forest, but from naturally fell trees), bamboo, sand, silt, and straw under a thatched palapa roof, following a pre-Columbian roofing method. We used the expertise of talented artisans to bond leafs and cords, timber and bamboo to create a unique atmosphere. You will enjoy the contact with nature, sleep with the sound of the waves, and you will awake to find the grandeur of the Pacific Ocean in the most relaxing environment.
Additional information about rental rates
Minimum stay: four nights