Los Artistas Bed & Breakfast

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Ajijic Bed and Breakfast
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 6
Baths 8
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Welcome to our beautiful Ajijic bed and breakfast. Fodor's travel guide notes, it is surrounded by an acre of sumptuously landscaped gardens. Frommer's Mexico says it... affords one of the best, most relaxing lodging values in Mexico. Moon Handbooks says Arguably Ajijic's loveliest accommodation… The vacation rental home in Ajijic has six guest rooms, each with its own unique decor and private bath. Our Ajijic guest rooms provide views of the vast, park-like gardens, swimming pool, the fountains and fishpond. Located a mile high on mountain ringed Lake Chapala-world's best year-round climate. Our lovely Ajijic B & B is the perfect location from which to explore this beautiful exotic paradise. Our Bed and Breakfast in Ajijic is centrally located so you can be as active as you want to be, or simply relax enjoy paradise. So don't delay make your reservations today.
  • Fireplace Daily maid service
  • Pool Garage
  • Refrigerator Linens provided
  • High Speed Internet

Amenities also include secure off-street parking, a purified, pressurized water system, ceiling fans, private sitting and reading areas, fireplaces, guest refrigerator and complimentary weekly newspaper .

  • Horseback Riding Swimming
  • Boating Theaters / Cinemas
  • Tennis Spa
  • Sightseeing Shopping
  • Restaurants Golf
  • Fitness Center / Gym Biking

A quiet retreat in the midst of colorful Mexican village life on edge of Lake Chapala, Los Artistas Bed & Breakfast is an easy walk to the many fine restaurants, shops and art galleries of Ajijic. Ajijic attractions include: golfing, tennis, horse-back riding, biking, hiking, thermal spas. Van tours are available to the famous shopping areas of Tonala and Tlaquepaque for world renowned crafts, pottery and art.. Vacation here in our beautiful rentals.,

Ajijic Bed and Breakfasts - Los Artistas Bed & Breakfast
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Constitucion 105 Ajijic, 45920

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Just read the Craig Rogers rating. Having enjoyed numcrous stays at Los Artistas in the last few years, always receiving wonderful service in a truly comforting and pleasant place, I feel the need to respond. The posting is quite fulsome, reeking of un-Christlike sanctimony. I suspect that Mr. Rogers is not comfortable in his own skin. Clearly he fails to recognize that one can't conceal a mean-spirit in empty religiosity, and that honey coated calumny betrays its real intention. My wife and I will certainly go back to los Artistas in the future, but we will give Mr. Rogers a wide berth.
Posted by: Clay Swinburn

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