Have an unforgettable experience in one of Mexico’s historic Pueblos Magicos at this newly and sensitively restored casita in the very heart of Mineral de Pozos over looking the Parroquia and situated next door to the Jardin Principal.
The spacious, open-plan casita is elegantly decorated with antiques and traditional Mexican furnishings and features beamed-ceilings, Moroccan-style chandeliers, and a large tiled bathroom. A queen-size bed plus a queen-size sofa bed can accommodate a maximum of 4 persons. Two gas-log fireplaces ensure you’ll be cozy during cool mountain nights. A furnished terrace overlooks the white-domed church and cobblestone streets, and provides the perfect place for your morning coffee or evening cocktail. Another balcony offers views of some of Pozos’ iconic adobe ruins.
The casita has it's own stairway entrance and comes equipped with ample closets, flat-screen satellite TV, an eat-in kitchen with fridge/freezer, stove, and all the dishes and utensils you need for cooking during your stay. Laundry is available at 50 Pesos per load of wash.
Disponible para huéspedes
This is an independent casita and is accessed via a staircase just inside the front door. The owner's apartment is nearby and easy to access if the guests have any questions.
Atención a los huéspedes
I will be available to answer questions and offer suggestions to my guests.
Otros aspectos destacables
A light continental breakfast (toast, marmalade, yogurt, juice and coffee) is provided for stays less than 1 week.
Please keep the noise level reasonable during the late night hours. Smoking is allowed on the covered outdoor terrazzo only. Small to medium, well-behaved pets are allowed.
Moving in 1998 to Mineral de Pozos, Susan designed and built the renowned Casa Montana Hotel and restaurant on the Jardin Principal. The hotel was sold to new owners in 2009. As the first North American to settle in Pozos she says she has “seen Pozos grow by leaps and bounds” since first coming here. The large number of tourist including a great many foreign nationals has given rise to several art galleries, restaurants and boutiques in the town center. Over the years, Susan has built a great reputation with the locals and is considered one of the matriarchs of Pozos.