Under the shadow of Mexico�s highest glacier-covered mountain, we offer bungalows on a one acre tropical garden, where we grow our own coffee and oranges. At 3200 feet altitude, the climate is perfect year-round. Hiking and exploring remote villages is our favorite activity, but you can shop, disco-hop, swim, bird-watch etc in comfort. We are next to a free golf-course, and university campus in addition to our domed farm house in historic Coscomatepec, and remote mountain cabin near Mexico's highest peak.
We have 2 bungalows that sleep 2 and 4 people, a farm house that sleeps 4, and, a mountain cabin for 6 people.
The Bungalow has a queen-bed, fireplace, kitchen, full bath, TV, phone, roof deck, covered patio, stereo etc.The Chalet has fireplace, king-bed, sofa-bed, and cot, full bath, kitchenette, nice views, TV, phone, balcony, etc.
continental breakfasts included. We are happy to show you around the area and share a drink or cup of coffee after the adventures.
Continental breakfasts, Friendly attention. Free pick-up from the bus station
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Rates & Availability
$25/night/single$35/night/couple$10 additional personsEvery 7th night is free.Mothly rates from $375
e-mail us at frank
DRIVING: Take the �Autopista� to Cordoba and take the �TEC DE MONTERREY� exit. From the yellow main gate of the university, continue on the frontage road exactly 500 yards. Turn right at the sheet-metal warehouse onto the Paraiso street. Go 200 yards more and we are the first house on the right. White, with arches.FLYING: At Mex City airport, buy a fixed-price taxi ticket to �LA TAPO� bus station. Take the next available bus to Fortin or Cordoba. They run every half-hour. Call us when you arrive for free pick-up.
Every 7th night is free. Monthly rates are half-price.
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Anthropologist/economist. We are constructing houses here in central Mexico, and running our B&B