1 bedroom, 1 studio, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 4
- english, french, german, spanish, italian
From Quebec via Los Angeles down south to La Paz. Chef/sommelier, scuba diver, polyglot. I love people.
Christine purchased this House in 2014
Why Christine chose La Paz
I always wanted an old Mexican home.
What makes this House unique
The location is exceptional.
Children allowed - Same rule as for the dogs! :-)Same rule as for the dogs! :-)
Pets allowed - Well behaved dog welcomed.Well behaved dog welcomed.
Smoking allowed - Outdoors onlyOutdoors only
Max guests: 5
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Fabulous location, delightful decor, well equipped.
Our host Christine was extremely welcoming and helpful. We loved the evening walks along the Malecon and the morning coffee at Doce Cuarenta. We also had a terrific meal at Nim (personal favourite of Christine's). Another suggestion she had for us was to go out to Espiritu Santo from Tecolote Beach which worked extremely well and was a lot less expensive than going from La Paz. The only downside of the Casita was the shower which kept cycling from cold to hot and literally kept us hopping! Otherwise a great base for exploring La Paz and the surrounding area.
Beautiful little place 2 blocks from the Malecón and across the street from a grocery store. Christine is a little ball of energy with a huge smile and tons of friendly insight about the area. Will definitely stay here again next time I’m in the area.
Hi Nick! Thanks for the compliments! I am glad you liked staying at Cadita Tamarindo.
Looking forward to see you again.
Lovely little casita!
We enjoyed our stay at Tamarindo. The courtyard was great to hang out in. The market was very close and convenient.
Ideal location, great hospitality!
La Paz is delightful, and Casita Tamarindo was divine. Great location, beautiful interior, and very accomodatung host. Christine’s husband met us at the bus terminal and walked us over. Christine shared lots of info about the property & neighborhood. Our only regret was having to leave & head back to reality.
Thanks guys! We loved having you!
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.