Although this might seem a little late for a review, considering we were there last February, it's also being written in anticipation of our return!
We spent 3 nights at Casa Las Piedras last year and will be spending 7 nights this year...arriving in 4 weeks, to be exact.
Anais, the house manager, is a true gem. She is an excellent cook and breakfasts were a treat. Fresh juice, fresh fruit, yogurt and an entree which changed daily - crepes, chilaquiles, eggs. We mentioned to Anais that we really liked a local cucumber drink that we had while in Zihua - she surprised us the next morning and had it prepared for us! You just don't get that kind of service and personal attention anywhere!!
We stayed in the Tango suite. It was well appointed and very comfortable. The bathroom is to die for!!
The sitting area by the pool is a great place to kick back and relax. There's a covered deck/yoga platform at the edge of the property, just along the beach. It is the spot to watch the sunset - we were fortunate to see a couple of whales pass by one evening.
Casa Las Piedras is an easy walk to Playa Manzanillo which has the most swimmable water in the area. There are great restaurants near by: Cenaduria Rufi's (a must go on Wednesdays!), Costa Brava, Cafe del Sol, Marta's (in Majahua). Anais can also prepare a dinner at the house for an extra fee.
Troncones is a special place....Casa Las Piedras will make your stay memorable.