Quiet Safe Secure 1 Bed(+) 1 Bath perfect Sayulita Location! Close to beach and town center! Sleeps 2-4 or perfect for family. Tucked behind detached house as a hidden garden unit blocks noise and add safety. High Ceilings, powerful fans outdoor shower, palapa, front porch make house feel roomy.
There may be many fish in the sea, but only 2 fish are needed to have a great time in Sayulita! Casa Dos Pescados in Sayulita has all that you will want in a vacation house in Sayulita. It has a close location to the center square (1.5 blocks) yet it is tucked behind another house to keep the noise down and make it private and safe. Also it is only 1.5 blocks (300 feet) to beach with views of the ocean from the roof if you want to bring a chair up and get some sun! Casa Dos Pescados in Sayulita has a covered palapa with a hammock to chill out in and also a small sun garden to get some rays. High ceilings and big windows make this casa feel bright, open, and inviting. This garden casa sleeps one couple easily but is made to house a family of 4 or 3-4 good friends. There is a king sized bed in the bedroom in addition to a twin bed and “cama-sofa” in the living room. After a long day at the beach the hidden outdoor shower makes clean up easy. Fresh drinking water is included and cleaning is done 2 times per week (Monday and Thursday/Friday) and can be cleaned more often for $20 per additional cleaning. Oh yeah there is wifi so you can work or plug in if need be.
Casa Dos Pescados in Sayulita is located on Calle Caracol, and the house number is 3B. Here is how you get there: once in Sayulita at the city plaza/city center, which is on Ave. Revoluccion, go South (or just past the plaza with the beach on your right) 1 block, and take a right on Calle Caracol. It will be the 2nd house on your left right behind Casa las Palmas and uses shared stairs (the left gate to Casa las Palmas is the correct gate; go up the yellow stairs and then up the red stairs. If you hit Sayulita taxi you have gone one house too far. Walk up the stairs and the 2nd gate will be the entrance to your hidden casa. Easy peasy!
Since you need to eat, and eat well, there are many restaurants close by! Aaleyia’s is a stone’s throw away (try the chili relleno or the breakfast special), Sayulita Café (the mocajete is a must try), Espresso Sayulita (strong coffee and great huevos rancheros), and Chocobana (yes, try the chocobana!) are all within 2 blocks, in addition to many more you should try. For a cheaper, faster meal don’t miss the fish tacos, which are famous here, or even a shrimp empanada, made fresh and filled with gooey queso.
Your neighbor will be Chingaling who is a fun local that was born and raised in Sayulita (in the house he is in now) and is a lifelong fisherman. For $200 (plus tip) you can take a panga (small boat) with 3-5 people out in the ocean and snorkel the Marrieta Islands, whale watch, and still have time to fish for dorado (mahi mahi), sierra (mackerel), rooster, bonito (small tuna), and many other fish. Either Chingaling himself or his partner and cousin Jaime can take you out for the day. Just holler over the wall (he lives in the corner house) or ask Jose Ramos (info below) how to connect to go fishing. Honestly the fishing is amazing and I have never come back without enough pescado to make ceviche, sashimi, and have a nice grill out (oh yeah, there is a bbq included to grill up some grub). If you ask nicely you may even be able to try your luck at spearfishing. Bring some cervezas and some fresh chicharrones for a full day of fun that you will never forget.
How do you get here from the airport? If you need a taxi to Casa Dos Pescados it takes about 45 minutes to get to Sayulita. Please arrange with my other neighbor and friend Jose Ramos (also a Sayulita native, born and raised) who owns his own taxi and tour company for over 30 years and can offer a safe and clean way to get to your casa. He will meet you at the airport when you arrive. It costs approximately $55 USD but please double check as prices my change. Tell him Casa Dos Pescados sent you and they will have some cold beers waiting for you in the car! You can also grab the bus which is 25 pesos (2 bucks) and takes about an hour and fifteen minutes. Jose Ramos is also the property manager along with his wife Carmen so if you need anything (water, tp, propane, lightbulb, etc) please ask him first, but of course do not hesitate to reach out to me as well and I will get it taken care of quickly.
I thank you for checking out my casa in Sayulita and as they say, “Mi Casa es su Casa!” Make yourself at home, grab a board for some great surfing, have a bucket of cervezas under an umbrella on the beach, meet some locals, and eat some great local food. There is live music nightly and several clubs to party at, salsa night at Don Pedros, and cheap beers all around. You are also free to chill out on your palapa with some music and a bottle of good tequila and hang in the hammock. Whatever floats your boat! I hope you love the laid back lifestyle of Sayulita as much as we do and we hope to see you over and over. Of course do not hesitate to reach out if you need anything or have questions or need ideas of what to do, and any and all thoughts and opinions are greatly appreciated. Eat, drink, and be merry at Casa Dos Pescados in Sayulita!
50 steps to beach!!! .1.5 blocks to square!
Fresh water and bi-weekly cleanings
Beach stuff (cooler, umbrella, towels, etc)
Surfing, fishing, snorkeling, eating, drinking.
Interaction with guests
Not at all! But the neighbors are awesome, and the property manager is just a couple houses away!
I will try anything twice! Love to cycle, feed my friends and family, hike, kayak fish, backpack, and surf. I love to smoke meat (have a 50 pound smoker!) and one day wish to have my own BBQ diner. Our home is full of love and very cozy, and we hope you agree.
Eat, drink, and be merry!