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Casa Isabel

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Asheville, North Carolina
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I've stayed here three times; each time in a different palapa. First of all, Isabel's is an artistic wonder. Every square inch of this place has an artistic detail. You can walk around here for a month and keep seeing different objects cast into the stone. Chris and Beverly are exceptional hosts and exemplary human beings. They live their lives...

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Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a review of our week spent in Canopy Camp, one of the units available at Casa Isabel. I write this review feeling a little torn, because there are elements of canopy camp & casa Isabel that are awesome; however, our broken bed and the lack of effort in fixing the problem put a real damper on our stay....

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Salt Spring Island, Canada
Reviewed 28 February 2016

Had an amazing experience staying at Casa Isabels. We stayed in the Beachhouse which is right down on the beach. We loved the sound of the waves and completely natural surrounding around us. This might not be the best choice for someone who doesn't want to be unclose with nature but if you are good with some lizards and small...

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Thank Sandrays2015
Reviewed 13 January 2016 via mobile

All I can say is WOW... This is my 4th time in Yelapa... This is by far the coolest place I've stayed.. Its like going camping in the jungle... Super comfy hanging bed.... Sleeping under a gigantic tree, under the stars.... Listening to the surf.... We also have a complete outdoor kitchen, oh yes our spot has no roof... Organic...

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1Thank Po- C
Reviewed 27 April 2015 via mobile

After coming here for over 20 years you would think one might get tired of a place. But no! It is even better and more keep up then ever! Beverly and Chris rock and will make your stay easy and comfortable. The sounds of the birds the waves crashing will melt away the negativity from the rat race...

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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 14 March 2015

We stayed at Casa Isabel for 2 weeks in the end of Jan 2015. We are new empty-nesters, early 50s, and wanted a place off the beaten path. We found that place. We stayed at Annie's. Guests need to be ready for the open air, no walls, "Glam camping" that is the beauty of Casa Isabel. At Annie's: the memory...

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3Thank Ann P
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 9 March 2015

My wife and I traveled to Yelapa and stayed at Casa Isabel just a week ago for 10 days for our honeymoon. It also happened to be our first vacation in over 10 years, and my wife's birthday. From the moment we arrived in Yelapa, we were dumbfounded. It is a place on earth that I can only wish more...

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3Thank Nick L
Anchorage, Alaska
Reviewed 21 July 2014

Our wedding took place this last June in Yelapa at Casa Isabel - it was wonderful experience from start to finish! Yelapa is of course, a gorgeous location and the placement of Casa Isabel could not be more ideal - spectacular views and nice and breezy out on "the point", but still close enough for a casual walk into town....

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1Thank Pamela H
Los angeles
Reviewed 22 June 2014 via mobile

My fiancé and I just got engaged in the lovely town of Yelapa! We stayed at casa Isabel's in casa Annie's (so wonderful) Beverly and Chris are so amazing and accommodating! Be sure to get a massage from Beverly! And maybe if your lucky you can hear Chris play music while the sun sets! Lovely lovely lovely Ps. Don't forget...

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Thank XLBurt
Reviewed 27 May 2014

Casa Isabel is not for the "all inclusive resort" type. It's perfect for the adventurous and open minded person who wants to truly experience Mexico. The casas are open air and exposed to the elements including a beautiful breeze, amazing views of the jungle and the sea, insects, and critters. The kitchens are well equipped and I recommend buying fish...

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  • Beachfront
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Beachfront
  • Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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  • Kitchenette
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  • Free Internet
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
"A peaceful retreat for the enjoyment of nature and the rejuvenation of the human spirit." Casa Isabel is Yelapa's longest operating, most divinely located guesthouse. Located on "The Point" away from town, bordered by the ocean, a creek with two waterfalls, and unpopulated jungle. Casa Isabel offers a variety of accommodations, all with stunning ocean views, and privacy ensured by lush plantings with flowers and shrubs. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Casa Isabel

Address: The Point, Yelapa 51, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Jalisco > Costalegre > Yelapa
Number of rooms: 11
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JemmaC954, 24 Apr 2013 | Read review
“I would never stay at this facility again. The south end of Yelapa is for the strong hearted and adventureous. Possibly try some of the properties north of the main beach and stay away from the unuits like Playa Isabel that are carved out of the jungle. Almost all the places in South beach Yelapa require climbing many stone steps or walking along the stone path cover with donkey dung. NO barefoot walking here.”
GARYW478, 21 Mar 2013 | Read review
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