Impresionante casa de vacaciones
Normas de la propiedad
Fiestas/eventos no permitidos
No se admiten mascotas
No adecuado para niños
Pool not suitable for children under 12.
Máximo de huéspedes:6
Política de cancelación
100% de reembolso para cancelaciones con más de 60 días antes de la fecha de llegada. 50% de reembolso para cancelaciones con más de 30 días antes de la fecha de llegada.
Lovely house in a great location.
Nothing to fault. Thank you for letting is stay in your beautiful property.
Beautiful quiet refuge
We had a most wonderful stay at Villa Sarteneja.The villa was a short walk to everything and the most serene place to return to.All of us thoroughly enjoyed the pool and the outside space.The area is safe,friendly and street parking was easy.Augustin met us on our arrival and immediately made us feel at home.We highly recommend this home for a short or long stay.Thank you to Debra and John for sharing your lovely home.
Very pleasant home in excellent location
We very much enjoyed our stay at Villa Sarteneja! The beautifully conserved home is comfortable, clean, and charming. Having a swimming pool in a private home so close to Merida’s main town square is a rare amenity. Would highly recommend this home. Thank you!
Family holiday in traditional Mexican home
We spent a week at Christmas in beautiful Villa Sarteneja with our two adult sons and daughter-in--law and granddaughter. The villa fitted us perfectly with 3 bedrooms, and the owner thoughtfully supplied us with a crib. The villa is large with three courtyards and a pool, but you would never know from the street front. Like most Mexican homes, the garden is not on the street. We felt very safe and were able to park our rental car on the street near the house. While in Merida, you don't need a car as Uber will take you around the centro for about 30 pesos (less than $2). Kitchen is adequate, but not well supplied for serious cooking. Tile floors are very slippery and no grab bars or bath mats in shower, which would be a good, and safety, addition. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and highly recommend Villa Sarteneja to others.
Peaceful retreat close to the center of town
The house was beautiful with the antique concrete tiles and prints of spanish paintings by Velazquez and El Greco. The layout was ideal as each of our two sons had a room to themselves. The air conditioning was adequate for the bedrooms and the house was surprisingly quiet despite its on street location. We loved it.
Great stay in old Merida
(I feel reviews that just gush don't help anyone, so I write to help fit people with places.)
We spent a wonderful week in the Villa. Its as pretty as shown, with clear lines of its ancient roots, and is a little oasis in a sprawling old colonial city. We walked all over town and felt we were well situated, although a longish 4 blocks from the main plaza into a working class neighborhood. Although Merida is probably as safe as a rural village in Vermont, the neighborhood is not particularly affluent, and might feel edgy until you are there a day or two and feel the good will among locals. So, a good location for us, but a short hike for seniors or guests with disabilities.
The rental is well suited to 2 couples. The third bedroom without bath, makes it more of a challenge for more.
There are lots or chairs and a dining table around the pool and that is where we spent virtually all of our awake time at home. The other common rooms feel closer around you and less wonderful than the patio and deck area. The kitchen is smallish, but very well stocked with both plastic and glass options - which choice we greatly appreciate around a pool. There are 2 big, high-ceilinged bedrooms with funky but spotless and fine bathrooms. The 3rd BR - through a slight French doorway from the 2nd BR - is similar, but the two room really operate better as a suite for parents and perhaps a few smaller children, with the bath at one end. As a stand alone 3rd room, you'd have to actually walk through someone else's bedroom, or through 2 interior rooms, to your bath.
For two couples, with or without a few kids, this is an amazing value in an amazing destination.
Mérida cuenta con mercados abiertos, festivales callejeros y música en vivo y entretenimiento en diferentes parques de barrio cada noche de la semana. Los fines de semana, los visitantes pueden probar bailar salsa o disfrutar de su cena y la música a la derecha en las calles, donde algunas zonas de El Centro son bloqueadas por el tráfico local. Para los románticos, hay caballo y paseos en buggy por el hermoso e histórico Paseo de Montejo, o para aquellos que optan por disfrutar de las vistas de su propio vapor, alquiler de bicicletas. Mérida cuenta con excelentes restaurantes, teatros, museos y galerías de arte, a poca distancia en El Centro.
Mérida se encuentra a sólo 30 kilómetros al sur de la costa del Golfo. Excursiones de un día son fácilmente posible tanto a la costa del Golfo de Yucatán o en el centro de la Península de Yucatán para explorar otras ciudades coloniales, cenotes o las antiguas ruinas mayas.