Villas Maria Fernanda was a clean, comfortable hotel right across the waterfront. We rented a villa and regular rooms. Rooms had airconditioning, a refrig, microwave & a TV. The staff was WONDERFUL, extremely friendly, helpful and immediately at service when problems arrived. Staff helped procure fresh seafood for us to cook or their staff was willing to cook it, too as well as setting up tours of the estuary and local sites. A wonderful place to stay when visiting Teacapan...can't wait to return.
Most dislked was the horrible flesh eating jejenes!!! Bring good bug repellent and bug bite cream. November is much better than August! Also, bring Pesos with you as there are no money changing stores. Don't count on reliable internet connections although I was finally able to hook up to their internet several days later. Bring your own washcloths and hand towels as only bath towels were supplied.
Teacapan is a very small fishing village consisting of paved and dirt roads. Visiting will be primitive for the normal tourist but a gem for the adventurer who wants to "unplug" and relax in a quiet, tranquil Mexican village. Because it's a fishing village we had wonderful "fresh of the boat" shrimp and fish meals. There also happened to be a Triathalon during our stay.