House, 2 Bedrooms + Bedroom 3, 2 Baths (Sleeps 8)
Visit paradise and stay at the newly constructed Villa de Los Mangos. Villa de Los Mangos is nestled comfortably amongst coco palms and mango trees in beautiful Playa La Saladita along the Costa Grande of Guerrero. Saladita is a stunningly secluded beach approximated 25 miles north of Zihuatanejo in the Mexican state of Guerrero along the Pacific Coast. Villa de Los Mangos is part of what used to be a mango orchard with currently 11 mature mango trees remaining from the original orchard.
Spend your honeymoon or a romantic weekend or up to a month long family vacation in this exotic tropical hideout languishing by the mango shaped swimming pool, strolling along the miles long stretches of impressively sequestered beaches or challenging the now famous world renowned peeling left point Saladita surf break. Villa de Los Mangos is a structurally unique aesthetically designed Mexican estate planned by a local and distinguished architect Brayant Eduardo Amezquita Torres. Unique to the original artistry of this home are open high pitched (in warmer climates high pitched ceilings help with air circulation and temperature cooling) pine ceilings punctuated with extraordinary palm wood beams and a spectacularly designed one of a kind floating spiral staircase that ascends to a loft that sleeps four and ultimately to a 3rd story terrace for a dose of crystalline costal serenity with sweeping views of the coastline and ocean, neighboring palm forrest, and peeks of the majestic Sierra Madre del Sur through the tops of our mango trees. The house itself is quite simply an architectural masterpiece.
Take advantage of the tropical tradition of relaxing your afternoons away in the high-end hammock out front under an exquisitely designed palapa looking out toward the Pacific Ocean and out over the garden landscape and toward the mountainous backdrop. Breathtaking. Additionally, barbecue at night or day with family or guests on our outdoor wood burning barbecue adjacent to the patio pool bar conveniently located for entertaining guests, serving drinks and parties or dancing on the spacious Mexican tiled outdoor veranda. As well not too distant from our home is an exotic natural jungle hot springs.
Your stay at this two bedroom, one giant loft lovely villa, replete with all the amenities including AC, high speed internet, two full baths, patio bar, TurboDrum LG washing machine, fully equipped kitchen including microwave, Whirlpool 5 burner gas stove, garbage disposal, separate full sized refrigerator and freezer, walk in pantry and more, comes additionally with daily maid, pool service and landscape maintenance. You may also have access to local Mexican cuisine prepared by our local cocinera in the comfort of our beautiful home. We also will do the shopping for you if desired. 24/7 assistance during your stay will be provided by Erwing Rodriguez (administrator and property manager) and myself Tim Myers (owner). Located within a short distance of the villa is a well-maintained public path to the beach where one accesses not only the ocean and beaches but over a half dozen local restaurants with beach/ocean milieu dining spread out along the exquisite coastline.
Situated in the main living area of the home is a striking large historical mural painted by a local artist Layla Torres from Morelia, Michoacan. The mural depicts a centuries old story prior to and at the time of the Spanish conquest of the "La Danza de los Viejitos" or "the Dance of the Old Wisdom Men" who traditionally danced at the equinoxes in trance to talk to the Dad and the Sun to request from him rain, knowledge and health for their sons and daughters living in mother earth. It is a delightful poetic rendition of a tradition that has evolved significantly over the many years since the arrival of the Spanish in the 1500's. A significant artistic addition to our guest bedroom is another mural painted by the very talented Layla Torres entitled Carnival in Huejotzingo originally painted by Jose Chavez Morado in 1949.