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March 17, 2005
The rooms are beautiful and unique. In the room we stayed in the bathroom was separated from the rest of the room by walls about 8 or 9 feet high that did not go all the way up to the ceiling, which was a good 15 feet high. I think each room is decorated a little differently. Our room was right next to the pool. All rooms have great beds. The beds are nice in plush, it was like sleeping at home. I have to say that it was great sleep, which a cannot say for another place we stayed that had beds that were very hard and lumpy. If you go to the website you can see pictures of the rooms and the one we stayed in looked exactly like one on the website.
The owners are very helpful! We were only able to meet one of them since the other was up in Canada visiting relatives (both are Canadian). It was nice to be able to talk with the owner every morning (in English) over the great breakfast. She gave us suggestions on things to do and ways to get there. One of the days we went into Merida, and she told us how to use the bus system back and forth into the city.
The location was great! It is just outside of Merida in a small little village. From San Pedro Nohpat you can drive to many Mayan ruins (like Uxmal and Chichen Itza) in under 1.5 hours. And you can also get to the coast in about 1 hour.
The food was very good also. We had breakfast and dinner there every day. The Owner had pizza waiting for us the first night we arrived since we got in so late. We decided to eat all of our major meals there since the food was good and we knew the water was also good. Every morning the owner gave us a few choices for dinner and we told her which one we wanted and when we expected to be back for food. Each morning and night we ate on the front porch with great view of the neighborhood. Most mornings we were joined by the owner's two parrots, who ate their breakfast with us. It was great.
I can't say enough good things about this place! If you are going to the area this is a great place to stay and eat also at good prices!
From journal Mexician Ruins
Surry, New Hampshire
November 22, 2003
From journal The Real Mexico