- english, french, german, spanish, italian
Canadian expat from Quebec who made it to Mexico via Los Angeles, CA.
Christine purchased this House in 2014
Why Christine chose La Paz
My husband and I have been looking for years to purchase a historic home. We finally found one!
What makes this House unique
A real Mexican house from the 1890's and the best location in La Paz!
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking is permitted outside only
Well behaved pets only
Well behaved kids please. :-)
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
What a terrific rental!
Christine is friendly and very communicative. She described the property well in her listing and the pictures are true to form. Actually, I think the pictures don’t quite do the property justice! It is really lovely with terrific folk art and decorated in a fun and playful way.
The location cannot be beat! It is walkable to everything. There is not much that is not at the doorstep! From restaurants to markets, it is all within a few blocks. But, take time to explore the city and the quieter sections with beautiful homes and shady streets, especially to the east and north.
We only used the master bedroom not the second bedroom, but the king bed is super comfortable and we slept well. While the city can have noise, we really didn’t hear much of it. The temperature was ideal and there was no need for air conditioning, but it is there.
This has to be hands-down the best stocked kitchen ever. While we did not cook much, our simple breakfasts were easy to prepare in the kitchen and there was plenty of bottled drinking water.
Sna this place up if you are headed to La Paz. Having been to many places in Mexico, I am very partial to La Paz. The city is easy to navigate and the people are so incredibly friendly and warm. We will be back!
Lovely space in a vibrant location
My fiancée recently spent 4 nights in this charmingly renovated house. Christine greeted us warmly when we arrived and walked us through the details of the property. We had no issues that needed attention while we were there, but it was clear she would be available if we needed her.
While we spent most of our time away from the house at the beaches or along the nearby Malecon, we really enjoyed the time we did spend relaxing in the shared courtyard.
Our plan was to cook at least a couple of nights since there is a grocery store cater-cornered from the house, but we found too many delicious restaurants spanning the gamut from inexpensive but delicious fish tacos and ceviches to more expensive fine dining options, all within a very short walk. I was especially happy to find a gem of a coffee shop, Docecuarenta, only 2 blocks away.
Great house in a great location. Would recommend to anyone.
Glad you liked it. Do come back and spend more time. There is sooo much to explore!
Wonderful Mexican feeling
Christine is wonderful....always available. Great location very close to the Malecon and a fully stocked grocery store.
Thanks guys. My goal is always to give my guests the best authentic experience that I can.
Wonderful stay in La Paz!
We love visiting this friendly city and the Casa de la La Vaquita was perfect for us! The bedroom is very comfortable, the kitchen has nice light and is well-stocked, and the living room also is cozy and unique. We enjoyed the charm of this historical property, and the location was perfect--very close to some of our favorite restaurants and coffee in the city. This 2 bd rental shares a common area with a smaller rental that has one bedroom upstairs. While we were there no one was in the other unit, but if you had a larger group of people this spot would also be perfect if you rented both properties. Christine was an excellent host and was very responsive to any of our questions. We hope to return!
Amazing base in La Paz
This was our second time staying here. This house is so comfortable and pleasant. We enjoy all parts- the patios, the kitchen, the living room, everything! The location is perfect. It is across the street from a very well stocked grocery store, a half a block from a restaurant with great burgers (Tres Virgines) or amazing fish tacos (McFishers) and 1.5 blocks from our favorite coffee shop (Doce Cuarenta.) We have a car to go to the nearby beaches during the day but once we get back, this neighborhood and home have everything we need to have a relaxing and delicious stay in La Paz. Enjoy!
Thanks guys! Come back soon!
Really enjoyed staying at Christine's place. It was exactly what it looked like in the pictures and the location is really is great. There was always parking available right in front and the Malecon is just a few steps away. Highly recommended!!
We enjoyed having you stay with us!
Proximity to the heart of La Paz which is the Malecon (beach boardwalk).
Corner of Miguel Hidalgo and Francisco Madero. DO NOT use Google Maps, they send you far inland!
From the Malecon going North, pass the Bismarkcito restaurant, turn right at the OXXO and go up hill one block, pass Belisario Dominguez, the house os on the left on the corner of Francisco Madero. Gray with white iron work, baby cow on the roof.