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Casa Pacifica Bed & Breakfast

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3 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
6 guests
3 nights minimum
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Casa Pacifica B&B has been providing a magical setting for its guests for the last ten years. Hostess, Susana, arrived in Chacala 13 years ago. She built Casa Pacifica and decorated it using treasures from her Hawaii past, along with family heirlooms and Mexican artifacts. Casa Pacifica is set overlooking Chacalilla Bay, surrounded on all sides by 3000 acres of tropical, virgin jungle. The B&B has three rooms, each with its own theme. The Blue Hawaii Room ($65/per night) is a blend of Hawaii and Mexico. The Sun Room ($65/per night) is all about hues of colors of the sun. The Galeria del Mar (Gallery of the Sea) ($55/per night) is a gallery of all things in and around the sea, like: stones, driftwood, whale vertebra, shells, sand and palm trees. Each room has its own private bath an...Casa Pacifica B&B has been providing a magical setting for its guests for the last ten years. Hostess, Susana, arrived in Chacala 13 years ago. She built Casa Pacifica and decorated it using treasures from her Hawaii past, along with family heirlooms and Mexican artifacts. Casa Pacifica is set overlooking Chacalilla Bay, surrounded on all sides by 3000 acres of tropical, virgin jungle. The B&B has three rooms, each with its own theme. The Blue Hawaii Room ($65/per night) is a blend of Hawaii and Mexico. The Sun Room ($65/per night) is all about hues of colors of the sun. The Galeria del Mar (Gallery of the Sea) ($55/per night) is a gallery of all things in and around the sea, like: stones, driftwood, whale vertebra, shells, sand and palm trees. Each room has its own private bath and dressing room. The Blue Hawaii and the Sun Rooms each have full kitchens. Mature gardens connect the patios. There are many areas for lounging, reading, visiting and sun bathing. The office has an Internet phone. Wi-fi can be accessed in most areas in and around the B&B. Guests start their day at the rooftop cafe, called the Mauna Kea Cafe. Birds fly among the canopy of trees. Humpback whales frolic with their babies in the Pacific Ocean. Guests are nurtured with veggie omelets, french toast, pecan waffles, eggs a gusto, huevos rancheros, fruit, homemade breads and organically grown coffee. Guests from the village are invited to experience the rooftop experience. The tranquil bay of Chacala is a short walk away. Guests find themselves taking hikes, swimming, boating, fishing, surfing, visiting, eating in the local bay side palapa restaurants. There is yoga by the shores of Chacalilla Bay. There is Tai Chi on the sand at Chacala Bay. There are new moon and full moon bonfires on the beach. There is Karla's social fiesta on Fridays, Chebala's Mexican dinner on Thursdays and Choc Mool's two for one pizza on Wednesdays. Now add: market day at La Penita on Thursdays, excursions up and down the coast, Tandy's art show on the first Saturday of the month, Spanish lessons with Trini, birthday parties, anniversary parties, musical gigs and fund raiser events. One is never bored in Chacala. Friendships are made. Once a visitors discovers Chacala, they continue to return. The locals, called Chacaleons, treat their visitors like a piece of gold, as indeed they are. Visitors are always commenting how friendly everyone is. Upon arriving, a visitor will soon be invited to share whatever activities are happening. Ex-pat residents are many; supporting each other, while sharing their lives with new comers. Susana is always available to answer questions, in Spanish or English, about the history of Chacala. She will send a visitor on a hike with a reliable map, help them schedule a water or land taxi or or inform them of different activities. The cafe has a book and DVD exchange. Cambiando Vidas, a U.S. non-profit organization dedicated to education has 33 scholars from Chacala and other surrounding towns. The scholarship students provide community service and leadership through their student club, EBACH. Casa Pacifica Bed & Breakfast and Chacala are magical, peaceful and inviting.More
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Suanne C
Languages spoken:English, Spanish
Response Rate:60%
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:January 2010
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Reviewed December 11, 2013

In full disclosure, I know the owner of this bed and breakfast and have stayed there many times over the years. I have stayed in all of the rooms. This is a truly beautiful, comfortable and clean place to stay. On top of that, the...More

Date of stay: March 2011
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San Diego
Reviewed September 17, 2012

Date of stay: January 2011
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Reviewed February 2, 2012

Stay here if you want a holiday off the beaten track. Susana is a wonderful, and welcoming host. Breakfast in the Mauna Kea Restaurant has the best view in town as well as the most interesting collection of visitors, locals and B&B guests. And Berta...More

Date of stay: January 2012
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Reviewed February 2, 2012

Waking up in the jungle with the sound of the ocean coming into the room is pretty awesome! Great size for 2 people and SO nice to have a good kitchen & fridge. Also, Susana is a very friendly host. The restaurant is great, awesome...More

Date of stay: January 2012
Thank PinkLotus22
Reviewed January 5, 2012

Our 9-day stay at Casa Pacifica was wonderful and we plan to return often. The owner lives on site, is super nice, covering all guests needs, and also leaves you alone to enjoy the wonderful facilities and view. Beach access is an easy walk and...More

Date of stay: December 2011
Thank 12Sophie110
Amenities
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Cooker
Suitable For Children Under 5
Refrigerator
Washer
Water Views
Blender
Outdoor Dining Area
Towels Provided
Paper Towels Provided
Ceiling Fans
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Linens Provided
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Are there nightlife options close to this vacation rental? YesNoUnsure
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Casa Pacifica B&B is in the village of Chacala, in the state of Nayarit, along the Mexican Riviera. It is located one and half hours north of Puerto Vallarta and three hours south west of Guadalajara.
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