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Rancho Cabanas San Isidro Lodge

Carretera a Urique km. 24, Urique 33420 Mexico
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#1 of 7 Specialty lodging in Urique
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Carretera a Urique km. 24, Urique 33420 Mexico
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Oksanich wrote a review Mar 2020
Moscow, Russia54 contributions19 helpful votes
Place is very peaceful and quite comfortable. Rooms are clean, bath has a very hot shower; there are perfectly white towels, soaps and bath robes. Mario, the owner is himself from Cerocahui village and rancho is ran by him and his family. His wife cooks wonderful meals (bery healthy and tasty at the same time). In the evening you can chat with other guests around the fire place while drinking wonderful margueritas.) Rancho is surrounded by Taramura's reservation, and Mario has very good relations with those people. So if you are interested in local culture, it could be another advantage for you. Trekking is available, you will get a guide (Taramura people are famous runners). The only thing you should be aware is that it gets very cold at night in those places during the winter. Bring enough of warm clothes to wear inside the cabins. Blankets are very warm, and there is a wooden stove inside each cabin, but in the morning it would be difficult to get up.) Copper Canyon is great!
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Date of stay: January 2020
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sandsunsurf55 wrote a review Nov 2019
5 contributions2 helpful votes
We were touring the Copper Canyon during the second week of November, 2019. Our guide Cesar, suggested that we might enjoy staying at this family owned property. It has a main lodge and several cabins. The cabins were awesome! Beautiful murals were painted on the walls. Some of the windows were very uniquely made using bottles to let the light in. The cabins were heated by a wood stove. You have to keep adding logs during the night. This was no problem for us as we stay in a cabin that we own in Canada that is heated by wood. They provided several blankets in case we were cold. We were not!! They could not have been more helpful. We arrived shortly before dinner and they prepared a delicious meal for us. In the evening we sat around a fire outside which was very peaceful. They let us go into the main lodge to play a few games of cards. After a very restful night we had breakfast in the main lodge. As some travelers have noted they provide a lot of very good food. Mario's sister in law ( I wish I had gotten her name. She was so friendly and helpful) provided us with a lunch to eat while we waited for the train. Mario told us about the Tarahumara Runners who I had not heard of. Since coming home I have researched their story. Very interesting especially since they had been at Mario's farm. After breakfast Mario's brother took us for a 1/2 hour hike up to a school where we saw the children busy at their work. This was very interesting to us. It was a very peaceful walk through the woods. The view of the canyons from this farm is unbelievable!! Nester took us into town and showed us around, pointing out some interesting sites. He dropped us off at the train station where we waited for the train. Our stay at the Rancho Cabanas San Isidro could not have been better. I highly recommend it. However, if you are looking for a busy, action filled place this might not be a good choice.
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Date of stay: November 2019
andtyl wrote a review Oct 2019
Vancouver BC42 contributions11 helpful votes
This lodge is in the hills above Cerocahui and consists of several cabins, some of which are connected. It's very peaceful and isolated; there is not a lot to do besides a little hiking and a lot of relaxing. The cabins and dining room have fabulous murals. I was the only one staying there for the two days I visited. I was taken on the excursion to Cerro de Gallago lookout and went on a guided hike to the falls. Food was plentiful; I had to keep telling them to not cook so much for me.
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Date of stay: October 2019
Dennis J wrote a review Jul 2019
Hamilton, New Zealand557 contributions195 helpful votes
It seems a long way from anywhere and is a very nice place to be. I understand it is very north Mexican which is patently a good thing. Our cabana was spacious and comfortable and the meals were not only large but very good. We bought a few cervasas at the hole in the wall shop in the village before arriving and enjoyed sitting around a fire with them before our evening meal. This place has a lovely atmosphere and is really worth a stay.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Jasmine38Chichester UK wrote a review Mar 2019
Chichester, United Kingdom1,497 contributions613 helpful votes
This ranch / farm is a family affair in the mountains 7200 feet above sea level. There is nothing else around so if youre looking for action this wouldn't be the place for you. It is a rustic lodge and not a hotel so don't expect coffee makers, fridges, hairdryer or a reception and lobby. Do expect lots of trees and fresh air, informality,, animals running around, a fire pit and a simple bar and restaurant. There is very limited Wi-Fi . The wooden and adobe cabanas are quite basic but cosy. Unfortunately whilst we were there it was freezing cold and snowed so the accommodation wasn't ideal but each is equipped with a wood burning stove with the wood supplied. Nevertheless, we found you needed to add more wood at least every two hours to keep it alight - a pain if you want to wake up to a warm cabin. However, what makes the place most appealing is the family who own it, especially Mario who is the main man to look after the guests. We stayed two nights and enjoyed great canyon lookouts and a drive down to town of Urique, a two hour horseback ride and an excellent 3 hour down the mountain (picked up at the bottom so you don't have to face the walk back up) to a waterfall and the mission at the town of Cerocahui. Food was fresh, relatively simple and plentiful. Shame they had run out of red wine! Nice place for a couple of days get away from it all.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$68 - $88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MexicoNorthern MexicoChihuahuaCopper CanyonUrique
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rancho Cabanas San Isidro Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Rancho Cabanas San Isidro Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Mirador del Cerro del Gallego (4.9 miles) and Cascadas de Cerocahui (2.2 miles).
What food & drink options are available at Rancho Cabanas San Isidro Lodge?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Rancho Cabanas San Isidro Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Rancho Cabanas San Isidro Lodge?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.