CASA PACIFICA offers 2019 2009 rates for November/December!!!
From November 1st - December 15th:
The Blue Hawaii, Sun Suite and La Galeria will be:
$90/night $70/night including breakfast for two at the 5-star Mauna Kea Restaurant!
La Casita Bungalow, sleeps 4, will be $125/night $100/night including breakfast for two at the 5-star Mauna Kea Restaurant! Extra Guests will be $25 $10 each; children under 12 are free.
Casa Pacifica is surrounded by gardens, jungle, birds and a Mauna Kea ocean view. The La Casita sundeck is a “garden in the sky!”
Take advantage of November and December’s weather and special rates, including our famous 5-Star Mexican/American breakfast at the Mauna Kea rooftop terrace. The ocean is warm, so you can bob around in the waves. The nights are balmy, day temperatures are a perfect 80 degrees.
"My B&B in is located in one of the most peaceful and scenic areas of Chacala Mexico. The only sounds my guests will hear are the sounds of birds calling and of the ocean waves falling against the Playa Chacala shores. Surrounded by nature, our Bed and Breakfast guests in Chacala Mexico begin their day eating breakfast on the rooftop terrace at the Mauna Kea Café with views of the Chacalilla Bay (Little Chacala Bay) watching breaching whales beside 3,000 acres of unspoiled, lush jungle with hawks gliding by on thermals. Sit on a deckchair in our beautiful garden and patio areas enjoying the many plants, flowers and trees and gather with friends to watch each beautiful and dramatic sunset over the Playa Chacala Bay or Chacalilla Bay."
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