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The Inn at San Pancho in the town of San Pancho, Nayarit is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places we've ever been.
Because the Inn sits on a hill, it provides the best of both worlds - a lively Mexican pueblo within a...More
The Inn at San Pancho is a lovely, well kept Inn within walking distance of the charming town of San Pancho and the beach. The hilltop location allows for nice breezes and views of the ocean and surrounding jungle. We often just hung out at...More
Grounds are nice
Beautiful view from the Casita
The Casita is NOT ideal for 2 people
- There is no door to the toilet room so no privacy
- There are only a few narrow shelves to put a...More
Thank Elizabeth Z
Response from Tory S, Owner at Inn at San Pancho, Home of the GataGordaResponded 8 February 2018
We are very sorry you have been carrying this anger around since your stay a year ago, and we are equally sorry to hear you were disappointed with Chica. For the most part, Chica has had excellent reviews over the last 13 years. As per...More
It's a lovely property and the owners are nice people, but in 4 days there we never had hot water in the shower. It's not like it's a youth hostel or something similar; at that price point there really should be hot water. I spent...More
1 Thank TexasTim2018
Response from toryeileen, Owner at Inn at San Pancho, Home of the GataGordaResponded 8 February 2018
We regret that you did not tell either of us, or the 4 staff on the property, that you didn’t have hot water. Issues like that are usually solved within 10 minutes.
Our family spent a week at the Inn toward the end of December. It was our first time in Mexico, and we could not have been happier with our choice to visit San Pancho and stay at the Inn. Eileen and Tory were the quintessential...More