We're in our 50's and live in Atlanta, GA. My husband is a bio-chemist on the faculty of Emory University. I am a free-lance...More information +
We're in our 50's and live in Atlanta, GA. My husband is a bio-chemist on the faculty of Emory University. I am a free-lance writer and photographer. We think Zihuataenjo is one of the world's magical places and we love sharing the house with guests. Our on-site staff is terrific and can help you with anything from finding a pedicure to booking a deep sea fishing trip. And our cook is outstanding - if you want to eat local specialties with the freshest ingredients she is happy to prepare dinners for you and your group for a small fee paid directly to her, plus the cost of the food. The house is very secure behind adobe walls and locked gates. This is the place to experience real Mexico - not the Americanized version found in the big resorts.
4 BR / 3 BA / Sleeps 8
Left on Apr 27, 2012 for a stay in March 2005
My fiance and I wanted to get married in a memorable location, and this was perfect! We did not have to worry about arranging a thing, even though the judge got lost en route to the ceremony. Our meals were delicious, the amenities were remarkable, and the staff was so friendly that we had our final dinner together as a family. The language barrier did not stop us! The location is excellent if…