Casa de Piedra est un charmant exemple de l'architecture mexicaine authentique sur la côte sud de Puerto Vallarta. Entouré de jardins tropicaux luxuriants et bordant le Rio Los Horcones, il offre une vue magnifique de la rivière, les montagnes de Sierra Madre et baie de Boca. Si vous voulez voir le Mexique est, viennent ensuite à Boca, un village mexicain vivant qui vous permettra de l'expérience de la culture mexicaine réel. Relaxez-vous et détendez-vous dans Boca ou tout Puerto Vallarta offre des échantillons : la promenade de la mer, boutiques, galeries d'art et tonnes de restaurants - seulement 20 minutes de bus ride away !
5 sur mai 06, 2013
GREAT trip to Boca! We visited Puerto Vallarta/Boca de Tomatlan in April and arrived to beautiful weather. We stayed a the charming and conveniently situated Casa de Piedra, from where we were able to take water taxis to many beautiful nearby beaches. We also spent a good amount of time relaxing on Boca’s very own beach. The heart of downtown Puerto Vallarta was a quick and easy 25-minute bus ride, making access to the wonderful restaurants, shops, and nightlife a breeze. Bob and Sue, the owner’s of Casa de Piedra, were wonderful hosts. They prepared delicious breakfasts daily and provided a comfortable, clean, and well-equipped apartment during our stay. We would HIGHLY recommend Casa de Piedra to anyone with even the teeniest sense of adventure seeking a comfortable and authentic Mexican refuge that is somewhat off the beaten path!
5 sur mai 05, 2013
My wife and I decided that we were looking for more of an adventure during our most recent stay in Puerto Vallarta, so we opted to spend 10 days at Casa de Piedra in small fishing village of Boca de Tomatlan, just outside of the city. As soon as we arrived to “Boca”, it was immediately obvious to us that we had stumbled on to a special place. Boca just had such a buzz to it with the kids playing in the river, the lush jungle and mountains surrounding the village, the pelicans hanging out on a small boat on the beautiful bay, the amazing little beach with restaurants only distinguishable by their table cloths…simply awesome. Then we crossed over the river bridge to Casa de Piedra—wow, the pictures just don’t do it justice. The place is out of a fantasy world or something…when you walk through the gate, there is a beautiful Mexican villa made out of stone (apparently from the river that we just crossed over), a pool right in the front, a little grill to the side, a hammock tucked away in the shade, and a pingpong table ready for action. Our room was beautiful with its vibrant colors, gorgeous Mexican tile work (floors, kitchen counter top, bathroom), and extremely tasteful furnishings. To top it all off, the owners (Bob and Sue) of Casa de Piedra are wonderful people who made us feel extremely welcome and comfortable from beginning to end; we particularly enjoyed the fantastic breakfast served every morning (my favorite was Bob’s famous blueberry pancake breakfast). And then of course you have Puerto Vallarta just a 30 minute bus ride away—my wife and I loved the option of just hoping on the bus right in the village and going into town for some additional exploring. Thank you very much, Bob and Sue for SUCH an unforgettable time. We look forward to our next visit:) Max & Lily Washington, DC
5 sur avril 22, 2013
Der Urlaub bei Bob und Sue war wunderbar!!! Wir haben uns so wohl und willkommen gefühlt! Sue und Bob sind wirklich in allen Dingen unglaublich hilfsbereit und haben es wirklich geschafft, dass wir mit Tränen in den Augen den Ort verlassen haben... DIe Zimmer sind sehr sauber und gemütlich eingerichtet! Die Küche ist super ausgestattet und man kann sich im Garten gemütlich niederlassen und die Ruhe genießen. Der Pool ist total schön und eigentlich will man gar nicht mehr an den Strand, weil es im Casa de Piedra wie im Paradies ist... Ein Ort zum Wohlfühlen und weiterempfehlen!!!! Danke Bob und Sue für diesen wunderschönen Urlaub bei euch!!!
5 sur avril 17, 2013
We have traveled to Mexico many times and our trip to Boca de Tomatlan and stay at Casa de Piedra will be forever in our memory and hearts. We spent a wonderful week there over our son's recent Spring break. We delighted in the quaintness and authenticity of Boca and totally loved our home away from home at Casa de Piedra. Sue and Bob were fantastic hosts and through our online correspondence before arriving, we knew we would be treated like family and we were not disappointed. Sue and Bob welcomed us with open arms and instantly made us feel right at home. Casa de Piedra is a delightful B&B. The hand built stone architecture of the two buildings were surrounded by lush, tropical gardens and a lovely little pool, perfect for cooling off after a day of adventure or at the local beach. Our room was spacious, comfortable, clean and pleasantly furnished with all the amenities we could possibly need. Breakfast each morning with the other guests was always great, the freshly made food was tasty and plentiful and the morning gatherings were a great opportunity to meet and connect with the other vacationers staying there. Sue and Bob provided a wealth of information about the local people, best places to eat and explore and tips about getting around and unique things to do and see while we were there. Boca is a small and unspoiled village away from the hustle and bustle of Puerto Vallarta and the surrounding area is filled with great beauty. Casa de Piedra sits alongside the Horcones River which feeds into beautiful Boca Bay. The beach is just a short stroll from the B&B over the little foot bridge and through town. We loved chilling at the local beach and being able to jump in a water taxi to take us to neighboring beaches or hop on the local bus to take us to other cool spots nearby. We simply loved the whole experience and appreciated the peace and quiet of staying in an authentic Mexican fishing village. Would we go back? Most definitely!
5 sur avril 05, 2013
When my friend told me that she would come to visit me in Mexico (I am living in Mexico City), I tried to find a place off the usual touristic path. So when I read about Boca de Tomatlan and the reviews about the Casa de Piedra, I thought that this might be the place. The moment we arrived, we completely fell in love! There is only one word to describe our stay: perfect! Boca de Tomatlan is a quiet authentic village, without the big resorts of Puerto Vallarta. We spent our days with hiking to waterfalls or gorgeous beaches, which we mostly had for ourselves. The villagers are extremely nice and helpful. The offer is broad and you can find everything from cute little beaches to horseback riding and bungee jumping. But the highlights of our stay were the hosts themselves. Sue and Bob build this beautiful oasis and are happy to share it. The pool is clean and the patio invites you to relax in the hammock or the loungers around the pool. There are different games and you can play table tennis. Bob is an amazing player and we had tons of fun with him and Sue. The apartments are comfortable, clean and well equipped. Breakfasts were incredible broad and delicious. We especially enjoyed Bob’s hotcakes. They helped us to organize different trips, for example a trip to see whales, dolphins and sea turtles, and made sure that we got everything for a good price and came back safely. During our one week stay we had problems to get some money out of the ATM (our debit card didn’t work in Puerto Vallarta, make sure you call your bank before coming to Mexico) but Bob and Sue found a solution for every obstacle we found. All together we felt like visiting family and we were very sad to leave. It was an unforgettable experience and I am looking forward to come back soon! We loved every moment there!
Baie de Banderas, Côté fleuve, La baie de Boca, Coté plage , A la campagne, A la montagne, Proche océan, Tropical, Village
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (PVR-Gustavo Diaz Ordaz) 15 miles
Tête sud de l'aéroport ; Finalement, la route deviendra pavées. Vous traverser un pont et, de ce point, allez à l'intersection de la 6e et tourner à gauche sur B Badillo St. Allez 2 blocs et tournez à droite sur Rt 200, vous passerez à une station d'essence Pemex. Il & # 8217; s environ 10 milles à Boca ; la route longe la côte et offre une superbe vue sur la baie de Banderas. Une fois que vous & # 8217 ; ve passé Le Kliff restaurant, vous passerez un signe pour Boca de Tomatlan, mais le véritable tournant est un peu plus loin, chercher un signe de passage à niveau scolaire et tournez à gauche lorsque vous voyez le signe de l'homme-bateau. Bienvenue à la Boca !
Galeries d'art, Plage, Dîner gastronomique, Cinéma , Zone naturelle, Océan, Parc de l'eau, nager avec les dauphins, Navigation de plaisance, baleines, Plages isolées, Shopping, Night clubs, Location dune buggy, Vallarta plage, océan, promenade de la mer, Rivière, Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Pêche, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Canoë-Kayak, Piscine, Le Kliff, jardin botanique, Zoo, Beau jardin, les restaurants locaux, Plongée en apnée, plongée sous-marine, Navigation de plaisance, pêche, randonnée, équitation, Mer et plage, jet-ski, parachute ascensionnel, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Piscine, Ping-pong, Sports d'eau
Bed and Breakfast, Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Climatisation, Barbecue grill, Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Salles de conférence, Copieur, Lecteur DVD, Réception chaînes satellite, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Films, Machine à laver/sèche-linge
Panier d'agréments, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Internet dans la chambre, Réfrigérateur , Internet, Bibliothèque, Micro-ondes, Entrée indépendante, TV, Wi-Fi
Cuisines entièrement meublés, Serviettes de plage, Piscine, Hamac, table de ping pong, Salle de loisirs avec TV, films, jeux, livres.
Sue and Bob Berndt
Tous les 4 étage avec nous Autres
Petit déjeuner buffet
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