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Lafayette, CA
Reviewed 10 August 2015

We stayed a week at Casa Santiago during the celebrations for Day of the Dead. Kevin and Arminda provide a marvelous experience in Michoacan! First, Kevin picked us up at the airport and then provided us with daily interpretive drives to various places in the area -- to Patzcuaro for the Day of the Dead celebrations, to extravagant local cemeteries...

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Saint Louis, Missouri
Reviewed 6 November 2012

Full disclaimer-we are friends of the owners, and we have seen this oasis grow from a house with no running water, to the lovely, inviting property that it is. The owners, Kevin Quigley and Arminda Flores are an amazing combination of American and Purepecha, the indigenous people of this part of Mexico. What did that mean for us? Well, Arminda...

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Aylesbury, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 August 2011

Found this place by accident when looking for somewhere to stay close to Paracutin. Well it's a good hours drive from there, but well worth staying in the region because there's lots to see and do. Casa Santiago is run by Kevin Quigley (an American) and his Mexican wife. It is remote and you would really need a car to...

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Moscow, Idaho
Reviewed 6 April 2011

We spent 4 nights at Casa Santiago in the countryside outside of Patzcuaro. It's close to the lake, and an easy walk to the two neighboring small towns. The B&B itself is a handsome set of buildings in a walled compound, with beautiful en suite rooms and common areas. Arlinda is an outstanding cook and provided us with delicious breakfasts...

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Yukon
Reviewed 23 March 2010

We had a terrific stay here for three nights. Keven & Amerinda are wionderful hosts and the meals were excellent. Staying here is really an educational experience. The owners know everything about this unique part of Mexico. We collect "Day of The Dead" Catrina Dolls. Kevin took us right to the village where they are made and we found the...

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San Francsico, CA
Reviewed 6 June 2007

Casa Santiago, a family-run B&B located in the countryside beside Lake Patzcuaro, offers an opportunity to stay with a Purepecha/US family. The family graciously shares their home, and best of all, their kitchen. Specifics and photos are available at their website: [--] I stayed at Casa Santiago twice last year. It provided a refuge for me and was the perfect...

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Free Parking
  • Free Breakfast
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  • Kitchenette
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  • Free Internet
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Free Parking
  • Free Breakfast
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Owners/Operators Arminda (Purepecha) and Kevin (USA) transformed their family home into a welcoming, comfortable Bed & Breakfast. Casa Santiago is located in the countryside along Lago Patzcuaro. On a local bus route, it's 20 minutes to the city or a short walk to the indigenous village of Ihuatzio, an archaeological site. Full breakfast, computer/internet access, daily maid service included. Available airport pickups, folk art tours, complete dinners. Groups and families welcome. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Casa Santiago Bed & Breakfast

Address: Santiago Tzipijo #5 | Michoacan, Tzintzuntzan, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Michoacan > Tzintzuntzan
Price Range: $80 - $120 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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“The American / Mexican mix of the Quigley family gives you the best of both cultures. For pics check www.casasantiagomex.com”
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