SandCastle on the Beach - Private Beach Home
Description of the Telchac Puerto vacation home rental
This luxurious home, with over 6500 square feet, is located on 5 private acres. Included in the 5 acres are 30 meters of private beach front. The lot is planted with over 100 coconut palm trees and various native vegetation. Many of the coconut trees have begun producing delicious coconuts. The house is built to American specifications.
When you arrive to Castillo de' Arena, you will immediately be greeted by the wonderful beach breezes blowing through the palms and the sound of the tranquil ocean. Depending on what time you arrive, you will see and hear different things. You will also get a wonderful first glimpse of the beach path and the gorgeous blue, green waters of the gulf of Mexico. You may have seen the wild, bright, pink flamingos that are across the road from the house. If not, you will have many opportunities to experience this wonderful, rare moment during your stay. Then you will walk on the sidewalk that is bordered with pink and white flowers, to the front entrance.
Open the door and enter the marble foyer and the beginning of the BEST VACATION HOLIDAY OF YOUR LIFE!!!! To your right is the living room, dining room and kitchen. Also the large sliding glass doors that open off the living room to the over sized, covered, soapstone patio. If you go to your left, you will encounter the only downstairs bedroom and bathroom.
The living room has 2 very comfortable leather coaches and a over sized leather chair. There is a hand made coffee table, a TV, and a glass writing desk that sits near the sliding glass doors.
The kitchen is oversized and has All the conveniences of home. There is an abundance of counter space and cupboard space. Plenty of room in the kitchen for more than one person without tripping over one another. The perfect place to try your hand with the local cuisine of fish and fruits and vegetables. While in the kitchen, you have beautiful views of the ocean, breathtaking sunsets through the coconut groves, various Yucatan Audubon recognized birds, and the constant intoxicating breezes of the ocean.
The large, marble dining room table seats up to 8 people comfortably. There are very large windows to not obstruct the beautiful outdoor view while you eat. There are also Roman shades on every window if you would like a more intimate dinner, or to block the sun during the bright, sunny days. It overlooks the soapstone terrace, beach, path to beach, and native plants and of course, the coconut trees. There is also an island/bar off the kitchen.
The downstairs covered patio has several lounge chairs and 4 different choices to place a hammock. The view is hard to describe as anything less than perfect. The beautiful gulf waters, the vegetation, the various birds (flamingos, humming birds, pelicans, seagulls, cranes, sandpipers, mocking birds, owls, etc...). Fishing boats, sail boats, and dolphins will occasionally pass by in the distance.
The downstairs bedroom has a queen sized bed, dresser, hand made armoire wardrobe, built in nightstands with three drawers each, a ceiling fan, built in corner cabinet, and a large window that faces east. Spectacular sunrises can be viewed from this room. If you prefer, there is a custom made, roll down curtain. The bathroom has a glass shower with seat, pedestal sink and toilet.
If you are about to go up the stairs, to your right is a small hallway and door that lead out to the back patio, one room apartment or maids quarters.
Up the stairs, when you reach the first landing, you will be head level with the large window that faces the flamingo reserve. You will also see the second floor landing to the large sized patio that comes off the first bedroom on the second floor.
When you reach the second floor, to the immediate right is the first bedroom. This room faces east and south. Early sunrises and a constant, uninterrupted view of the flamingo reserve decorate this room. There is a queen sized bed, built in night stands, built in corner cabinet, and a mirrored closet. There is also a ceiling fan. There is an attached bathroom with glass shower with seat, sink, plenty of storage space, toilet, large mirror and another ceiling fan. There is a door that leads to the balcony facing the flamingo reserve. It is over sized and a perfect spot to use binoculars or a high powered zoom lens on a camera or camcorder to view the flamingos. The reserve is protected and completely natural. Early in the morning, you can hear their very distinct communication sounds. There is also a spiral staircase attached to the balcony that allows you to use the large flat roof for a more spectacular 360 degree, unobstructed view of the area.
Returning to the hallway, facing the ocean, there are two bedrooms that are side by side. There is also a hand crafted armoire wardrobe in the hallway.
The bedroom to your left is the "Master Bedroom". It too has a queen sized bed, built in nightstands, TV, clock radio, built in dresser with 6 very large, cedar lined drawers. A large window facing the ocean and a door that leads to the second balcony. There are many locations to hang a hammock. The view from this balcony is pristine.
Endless blue skies, unobstructed view of the many colors of the Gulf of Mexico waters as far as the eye can see. Local fisherman frequently boat across in front of the house, pelicans soar overhead and skim the ocean water. We've seen dolphins and many fish jumping. Sunrises and sunsets are also viewed from this room. The starry night is inspiring. Since there aren't any city lights, the stars are so bright and seem so very close. Relaxing in a hammock and looking at the stars is the perfect way to end the day. You can still hear the ocean and feel the breeze. When there is a full moon, it is spectacular to see it bouncing off the ocean waters. Every day comes complete with a unique sunrise and sunset, never repeating itself.
There is a small, wooden desk that faces the ocean. I have sat there many times, writing letters, and keeping a journal.
The attached bathroom has a large walk in, glass shower with a bench seat. It is big enough for two. There are many drawers and cabinet space. It also houses an enormous walk in closet with mirrored doors. There is a ceiling fan, sink and toilet. In the closet you will find an iron, ironing board, and 3 sealed rubber containers that keep the towels and sheets and extra blankets for the entire house, clean and smelling freshly washed.
The bedroom to the right is very similar in size and has the same amenities as the "Master Bedroom". A queen size bed, built in night stands, a mirrored closet, attached bathroom and a large, sliding glass door that leads out to the shared balcony with the Master Bedroom, TV, built in corner cabinet and attached bathroom. There are also a set of windows that face East, allowing the Sunrise to greet and wake you. The bathroom has a glass shower with ceiling fan, seat, sink, toilet and plenty of drawer space.
The apartment/maid's quarter, located separately outside the main house. It has its own refrigerator, shower and bathroom. This would be a perfect spot for the hired cook, nanny, or for a hired housekeeper. We can recommend a great local cook for you if you would like.
Telchac Puerto has a lot of useful services including an English Language bookstore, a bakery and several seafood restaurants. There is also a small market and clinic, a tortilla factory, a harbor that has a gas pump, a hardware store, fried fish stands and more.
There is town plaza, a park with a children's play area and a lighthouse on the small seaside promenade. Three miles west of Telchac Puerto, inland, you will find the Mayan temples of Xcambo. For breakfast, lunch and dinner there
are a number of good restaurants serving ceviche, fried fish, shrimp cocktails, and fish fillets.
During July and August, the main plaza is especially folkloric as the fair is in town with booths offering foods, knick-knacks and carnival rides.
The Patron Saint of Telchac is San Diego de Alcala and the festivities are in November.
Merida located about 40 minutes from the house is the hub of the Yucatan Peninsula and has a rich cultural heritage, powerful colonial presence, and modern international flair. Visitors love Merida for the sightseeing, Mayan art and just relaxing.
Though it is a bustling city of nearly 1 million, it has retained its charm and laid-back tempo, and visitors return again and again to their favorite restaurants, neighborhoods and museums. It is an exceptionally clean city, where workers strive daily to maintain its reputation as 'The White City.
Merida is the cultural and intellectual center of the Yucatan Peninsula, with historical palaces, cathedrals and plazas. It holds many government-sponsored music and dance performances, as well as sidewalk art shows in local parks. With European influences and lots of style, Merida has, in fact, become known as the 'Paris of the West.
If you are interested in Mexican handicrafts, the Casa de Artesanias sells folk art from throughout Mexico, including wooden mythical animals from Oaxaca, leather bags, embroidered clothing, and much more. Culturally, this is one of the richest parts of Mexico, and a fascinating place to visit.
|Jan 01 2013||Dec 31 2014||$110||$110||$750||$2,600||-|
|Check In: 6 a.m. Check Out: 11 p.m.|
|Deposits: 50% to reserve|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order|
|Other Fees: Christmas and New Years week - $1100 per week|
- 4 Queen Beds
- 1 Sofa Bed
- Air Conditioning
- Parking Included
- Smoking Allowed
- Full Kitchen
- View (Ocean)
- Beach Chairs
- Linens Provided
- Pet Friendly
- View (Water)
- Alarm Clock
- Coffee Maker
- DVD Player
- TV (Antenna)
- CD Player
- Refrigerator (Full)
- Ceiling Fan
- Charcoal Grill
- Children's Pool
- Shopping Area
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Water Park
- Horseback Riding
- Grocery Store
- Live Entertainment
- Movie Theater
- Jet Skiing
- Scuba Diving
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Scholars and archeologists divide the Maya development into three main periods for over 2,500 years. This Mesoamerican civilization covered a vast territory and reached its zenith between 250 through 900 AD in present day south-eastern Mexico.
Their legacy includes some of the finest jewels in today's world of archeology: Palaces, Observatories, Temple-pyramids and Ceremonial sites. Many of these sites are still, over a thousand years later, in excellent condition for you to discover and explore.
May 19 and 20 are the Patron Saint days that are celebrated at this ruin.
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Telchac Puerto, Yucatan, Mexico
san diego, CA USA
great house, wonderful beach!
April 16, 2014
We spent a wonderful week at this beautiful house. It is on the ocean with miles of empty beaches. The house was comfortable (especially the beds) and beautifully decorated. It is a bit far from a town- about 1/2 hour but very perfect for those that just want to relax.
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