El Jardin Yelapa

El Jardin Yelapa

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4.5
#1 of 1 cottage in Yelapa
Location
4.7
Cleanliness
4.2
Service
4.5
Value
4.5
El Jardin consist of 4 casas and a big oceanfront communal space that includes, kitchen, living and dining room. Our common area, kitchen, living & dining room, is about 1600 square feet. Our kitchen is also fully equipped and for guests to use. We have filtered ice and we also have water to drink directly from the sink or if preferred from big 5 gallons. All casas are ‘’Palapa’’ except casa Hibiscus witch has a normal roof. All are open air with mosquito nets.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Wifi
Yoga classes
Complimentary tea
Beach
Horseback riding
Mosquito net
Outdoor fireplace
Snorkeling
Fishing
Patio
Walking tours
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Shared kitchen
Sun loungers / beach chairs
First aid kit
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Huachinango 63, Yelapa 48440 Mexico
Name/address in local language
Getting there
Somewhat walkable
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Monica F wrote a review Apr 2014
Vallejo, California4 contributions11 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I cannot recommend El Jardin highly enough. The rustic charm and warmth of the hosts is incomparable. I went to Yelapa with absolutely no idea of what to expect and I was blown away by the beauty of the area.
The water is just feet away from the front gate and the snorkeling is gorgeous. It's a bit of a walk to the main beach, but the peace and quiet of El Jardin more than makes up for that.
Casa Luna has the most breathtaking view from the upper floor and a bed suspended from the rafters. Being rocked to sleep while listening to the waves crashing was exactly what I needed on this trip.
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Date of stay: March 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Kenekika wrote a review Oct 2016
Santa Cruz, California25 contributions54 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I don't think I can say enough about this great gem of a place in Yelapa.
My husband and I stayed at El Jardin for 4 nights. It's right by the water and about a minute walk to Playa Isabel. We chose the Eagle's Nest for our room and it was fabulous. It's located almost right above the water with a little deck to sit out on and gaze at the view of the bay. The bedroom and bath are both open air which was wonderful allowing us to be able to feel the ocean breeze.
The common area is great too! It's surrounded by lush, tropical vegetation and views of the water. Guests are welcome to use the fully equipped kitchen and relax at any one of the tables or sofas.
It's great that El Jardin is away from the hustle and bustle of the main playa. It's about a 15 to 20 minute lovely walk there and then only about an 8 to 10 minute walk into town.
Sebastien, one of the owners, and Michael, the manager, made our stay extra special. Both so helpful, kind and just awesome people in general. For more than a reasonable price, Michael made us a delicious breakfast each morning. Such a treat! We couldn't have asked for better hosts.
Another perk was being able to use the two kayaks El Jardin has and paddle around the bay. So fun!
I do want to make a note about Yelapa. It's beautiful with beautiful people who work and live there. It's a fairly calm but happy atmosphere. Say "hola" to the locals even if it's the only Spanish you know. Be kind and courteous to all you meet and your holiday will turn into a magical one. This is the kind of place to get in touch with nature and people. There are small tiendas not large super markets. There are fans not air conditioning. There is the ocean not infinity pools. So decide before hand if this is the place for you. Your feet will get dirty. You will get bug bites. But you will have an amazing experience if you're open to it.
We can't wait to get back to Yelapa & El Jardin!
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Date of stay: October 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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outdoorsy108 wrote a review Apr 2014
Dartmouth, Massachusetts11 contributions10 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Loved everything about our stay in the Eagle's Nest at El Jardin. The view from our porch high above the rocks and ocean was so awesome by day and provided great star gazing opportunities by night. Waking up in our swinging bed with views of the ocean and breezes was exactly what we wanted. Having the spacious common area to prepare food in, share a cup of coffee with other guests and to relax in the hammock made our stay feel as thought we were invited quests.The friendliness and accessibility of Chrissie and Anne, the owners,verged on making us feel like family. We also spent two nights at Casa Sol which sleeps a large family with 3 floors. The entire front facing the ocean is open to the breeze and the sound of the crashing waves. Hammocks everywhere to relax in.

The weather in March is very comfortable and bugs seemed to be nonexistent. Walking into the village with camera ready was a delight for me. Many good reasonably priced restaurants in the village and on the beach. My husband and I are 74 and 67 years old and enjoyed the rough paths and did fine with the many steps that are encountered everywhere in Yelapa.

One of the most special features for me was not driving anywhere and not having any industrial/automotive exhausts. The clean ocean air, fresh local food, and relaxed unhurried atmosphere was just what the doctor ordered.
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Date of stay: March 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Voyageeee wrote a review Feb 2015
Mtl20 contributions37 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We enjoyed our stay but were travelling with our kids and felt out of place. We were constantly worried that (as they are small children) they would disturb <the peace and quiet>. It is definitely an interesting concept that I would enjoy alone or as a couple.
Was not cheap for the level of service and amenities offered.
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Date of stay: February 2015
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Linda S wrote a review Aug 2013
Yelapa, Mexico11 contributions11 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I was horrified when I arrived at Casa Luna, which is run by the caretaker of El Jardin "Eco retreat". It wasn't "Eco" in anyway except that they compost and recycle a little. The caretaker was lewd and inappropriate with myself and my guest. He even made lewd comments about my 4 year old daughter. He has since been kicked out of this wonderful pueblo but I didn't feel like the owner cared one bit that we were terrified and never returned my money even though we had to move out early as the caretaker was harrassing us daily.
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Date of stay: June 2013
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Response from chrissib, Owner at El Jardin Yelapa
Responded Aug 22, 2013
I would like to reply to this review and this reviewer, although I have not had much l luck with communication to her. I have responded multiple times to this guest. We have acknowledged that her time spent with us was not satisfactory and in fact offered her half of her money back as a guest courtesy. The summer caretaker whom she is referring to has had nothing but glowing reviews from other guests, however I understand and have acknowledged that sometimes people just don’t connect well. There have been many unfounded accusations, but in my communication with others have found no rational basis in these. Since I was not there I can only ascertain that negative reactions were experienced from both parties and hence her stay with us was not good. Her comment about this man being "kicked out" of the pueblo is not true, he left for the States because he was not prepared for the summer heat. As to her comments on El Jardin’s Eco resort status, it seems that she may have not allowed herself to find out more about what we do. We are rated as a 4 star Eco retreat from three international agencies. We have a full environmental policy. We recycle as much as possible in the confines of our location. There is a composting policy along with energy use and water use policies. All soap containers are reused and refilled from a central economy sized container. All soap used is low phosphate. However, we are not perfect. There are times when a trip into the city to buy supplies is not possible and supplies are purchased from one of the small stores in the pueblo that might not carry the products we would most recommend. We are trying in as many ways as possible to lower our carbon footprint and make this place as environmentally sustainable as we can. We encourage this guest to give us constructive feedback on how to make these homes better equipped for our guests. Some of the best ideas have come from the folks who stay here.
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KVKM wrote a review Jan 2012
Canada23 contributions28 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our first time staying in Yelapa, although we had taken a day trip before. If you come from PV on water taxi and ask to be let off at Playa Isabel (a tip- fare seems to be cheaper if you buy it right when you want to board the taxi than at a beach travel stand; also one thing we found confusing was locating where to board the boat as the Los Muertos pier is not so much a pier right now as it is a collection of posts sticking out of the water on Playa Los Muertos right near Blue Shrimp restaurant, La Palapa, etc). The owners of El Jardin were extremely friendly and welcoming and gave us lots of great recommendations on what to do, where to eat, arranging spa services, etc. Served wonderful fish and dinner food. Breakfast is very basic but eating it on a porch that basically meets the ocean makes up for it. We liked that there was a fridge and containers to store food you could bring yourself. Rooms have great views of ocean and for a couple I would recommend casa bamboo or eagles nest. Town of Yelapa is a short walk away on a rocky beach path ( would be difficult for those with mobility issues).
El Jardin was quite rustic and I think the priorities of the owners are to create a friendly, natural place to stay rather than one of cleanliness or comfort. I really detested the composting toilet which stunk prohibitively and was not addressed during our stay. There was no housekeeping, which is fine, but if you are paying $100 night and the room you are staying is exposed to the elements and to walk up to your room requires navigating sand, dirt, water, and (on the path) donkey dung, it would-be nice to have some basic cleaning service available, even just sweeping. At the end of 3 days our floor was covered in leaves and sand, our outdoor shower had mud and leaves in it, and our whole room stunk horribly from the toilet. Of course when we got out of the shower our wet feet would pick up sand which was then transferred into our bed despite our best efforts.
I think with some minor improvements in maintenance and amenities this would be a wonderful place to stay.
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Date of stay: December 2011
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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R2rierdan wrote a review Apr 2013
San Diego, California, United States4 contributions3 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I had a very mixed time at El Jardin. I stayed at the Hibiscus House, which I would not recommend. It is basically a shack with curtains as walls and has no privacy. The curtains didn't close so everyone could see you. It also allowed all of the night lights into it so that your sleep was disrupted by those lights. It also didn't have a bathroom, you had to share. I also found ticks in my bed. To be fair, I had gone on a hike and I could have brought the ticks home with me. The managers change the sheets but over the next several days, I kept finding ticks, fewer, but there were still ticks. Bottom line, it is a nice place, but do not stay at the Hibiscus House. The locals also said I paid way too much for what I got. I am going to go back to Yelapa, but I will not stay there. Yelapa, itself is a lovely little place.
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Date of stay: March 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled solo
Room Tip: Don't stay in Hibisucs House.
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Response from chrissib, Owner at El Jardin Yelapa
Responded Aug 23, 2013
I will agree that the Hibiscus House has some challanges and I apolgise to this guest for their dis comfort. We are in the process of designing a new structure and will rebuild it soon. It is actually more of a multi-purpose room. The curtains are designed that it can be opened up for a group class or curtained off for a massage room or in a pinch, it can be used as a bedroom. It is inexpensive and is only used for folks who would like a little more economic accommodation. It isn't advertized as having a bathroom. As to the ticks, I don't know, Yelapa is surrounded by jungle We have looked into the problem and appreciate the feedback from this guest. We are taking measures to solve this.
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BryanWannaDance wrote a review Nov 2016
Monterrey, Mexico19 contributions17 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What makes El Jardin so special is the heart and sense of freedom that flowed out of every moment of our stay. Lots of other people have written about its amenities, so I'll focus on the "small moments" and perceptions that made this place. First of all, its location at the edge of Yelapa's "U" shaped geography makes it feel like the last stop before the vast ocean beyond, which is breathtaking while you hear the waves smash rock and feel the salty ocean mist during long, cool nights in the Eagle's Nest outdoor balcony room. Dolphins cruise through the bay as the sun peeks through the jungle valley overlooking the beach at first light. The room has its own hot water tank in its outdoor shower, which is glorious after a hike to the nearby waterfall or ocean swim at Playa Isabel, a semi-private beach two minutes from the door. You are greeted for coffee and conversation in El Jardin's full kitchen and lounge (hammocks and library with good books, games, and ping pong tourneys) by Mike, El Jardin's keeper, whose warm smile, useful information about the Yelapa community, and true attentiveness to your day-to-day needs, space, and positive vibes make the feel light and easy at all times. Heard horror stories about bugs but didn't see one, might be because we travelled in November and there was no rain all week. In any event this is a place we could really unwind, decompress, and refresh. Don't miss it.
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Date of stay: November 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Eagle's Nest is ideal for couples, with private bath and ocean balcony
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_saragrahammaurer wrote a review Nov 2016
Mill Valley, California29 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I love this special spot! Perfectly situated on the water, with charming thatched palapas, and a tranquil, comfortable large open common space, well equipped with everything one could need to enhance their experience, including snorkeling gear, kayaks, hammocks, ping pong and really comfy couches, all open to the magnificent views of the clear, aqua bay. The icing on the cake is Micheal, the manager extraordinaire, who is incredibly gracious, wonderful company, and knocks himself out to make each guest feel special and cared for. Micheal will also tell you everything you need to know about Yelapa, where to swim, snorkel, hike and eat. Even is you are traveling alone, Micheal will make sure you have a friend. His love for this jewel is so obvious and contagious and palpable; you will feel immediately welcome and at home. Don't miss it!
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Date of stay: November 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Traveled solo
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brightrowen wrote a review Mar 2015
Boston10 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A business meeting required I be in Guadalajara (GDL), so I searched for an off the beaten path option on the closest beach, to piggy-back a short vacation onto the business trip. Boston had 100 inches of snow this winter and the chance to get away was alluring. Puerto Vallarta (PVR) is a 50 minute flight from GDL, a 4 hour drive. The small village of Yelepa looked intriguing to me – which is a 45 minute boat trip from Puerto Vallarta. There might be an overland road but no one seems to know for sure, and if they suspect there is a road from PVR, word is only burro’s can forage through. I will describe the logistics after I tell you about Yelepa. It is a little town that hugs Banderas Bay with one stone foot path that goes from one end of the “U” to the other. Small inns, B&BS, and casita’s hug the curve of the bay. There are two docks on either end of the Bay, and a town with one “boutique,” a handful of cafes (one has music at night…lots of fun), a waterfall, yoga retreats, a small beach (no waves), and a few places to buy tequila and groceries. There is a stone path beyond the one that circles the bay and turns into a sort-of road that leads out of town toward the jungle, which follows the river for about 1.5 miles with haciendas, stables, and homes on either side. No room for cars. Most of the locals have burro’s or horses and an occasional ATV. Once you hit the end of this path…it turns into a trail that the intrepid hiker can continue on for about an hour or two, to a spectacular, secluded waterfall and gorge, with pools big enough to do laps in – it is amazing. I did not see a soul the whole day. Gratefully, my new Yelepa friend Rocky took me there –while the high gorge is a simple trail walk – getting down to the pools is a more twisted path. But if one follows the river…it will lead to the falls. This experience is alone worth the trip. There is also snorkeling I’m told that is pretty good, and nice little tidal beaches along the bay as well. I stayed in a B&B called El Jardin, a bunch of small casitas and a lodge on the hillside. It is absolutely beautiful, spotlessly clean with a big, well outfitted kitchen that guests can use to make their own food. The lodge is a generous and comfortable space where there are many private corners, so that even when others staying there are in the public space…there is room. The highlight…is the ping pong table. What a treat. The casita I stayed in is called Eagles Nest. Perfect view of the ocean, totally private with open walls, a thatched roof, a clean beautiful private bathroom, the bed is hanging beneath a mosquito net. Protected from the rain, it feels wild in a real non-Disney way. The casita had everything needed and was totally simple. A bed a table 2 chairs and places to put clothing. It has electricity and a fan was available, but I did not need it. You will need a flashlight however – you don’t stand a chance at night unless the moon is full. Everything is built many flights up and the roads and steps are all stone and hand made…rough going. There is a group of ex-Pats on Yelepa; many own businesses and inns. Nice bunch of people and they are making their own wishes come true in this off the beaten path getaway. The locals are lovely people and are gracious and patient with tourists. Not many people speak English. There are scorpions, killer bee’s, bugs (but I did not get even one bite despite hours trekking in the woods), snakes and all the things that you would expect. Travel light – no rolling bag, bring a flashlight, benedryl, some bug stuff and have fun. No need to dress up in Yelepa and only bother with shoes that are good wet or dry and wont’ hurt when you climb. The only downside is the boat trip from PVR to Yelepa. They pack people into these boats and they are an accident waiting to happen. Next time, I would hire a private ride.
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Date of stay: March 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled solo
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Answer from El Jardin
Yelapa, Mexico11 contributions
Hola! Sí, hacemos grupos de yoga aquí en el jardin. Regularmente hacemos grupo de yoga. Es un lugar muy bueno para yoga. A frente del mar. Tenemos 9 camas (5 chico, 2 double y 2 queens) por un total de 9 a 13 personas. Gracias, Sebastien
Answer from El Jardin
Yelapa, Mexico11 contributions
Bonjour, Désolé pour la réponse tardive. Nous avons de la place du 18 au 21 février, mais à partir du 22, nous somme complet. Pour des renseignement sur les prix et disponibilités, vous pouvez trouver notre site sur le web. C'est El Jardin, plus le nom de village. Merci, Sebastien
Answer from El Jardin
Yelapa, Mexico11 contributions
Hola, lo siento por no haber respondido antes. Somos nuevos propietarios en El Jardín y no tenia control de TripAdvisor. Ahora si, y descubierto su mensaje. Estamos encantados de darle la bienvenida para su próxima estancia. Muchas gracias y tenga un buen día, Sebastien
Marie R asked a question Jan 2016
Vignieu, France32 contributions41 helpful votes
Quels sont les prix pour une chambre 2 personnes au mois de février ?
Answer from El Jardin
Yelapa, Mexico11 contributions
Bonjour Marie-France, Seulement dire que nous nous excusons pour ne pas avoir répondu à votre demande. Nous sommes nouvellement propriétaire d'El Jardin et nous venons de prendre le contrôle de TripAdvisor et de découvrir des messages non lus. Si toujours intéressé ou pour les prochaines fois, les prix sont entre 95$-125$ la nuitée et 632$-825$ la semaine. Il reste beaucoup de disponibilités en février. Merci beaucoup et bonne journée, Sebastien
BryanWannaDance wrote a tip Nov 2016
Monterrey, Mexico19 contributions17 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Eagle's Nest is ideal for couples, with private bath and ocean balcony"
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Beth C wrote a tip Nov 2016
Canada31 contributions19 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Eagle's Nest is the best room. It has its own balcony and bathroom, as mentioned."
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sebastien g wrote a tip Dec 2015
Montreal, Canada8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Eagles nest and Bamboo for more romantic."
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Mike R wrote a tip Jan 2014
Portland, Oregon8 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Eagle's Nest for couples. You can't do better. The view. The privacy. Oh, I want to go back!"
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Sonja Z wrote a tip Nov 2013
Gabriola Island, Canada2 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Casa Estrella has a great little kitchen to help offset the costs of eating out every meal for budget conscious families and is the highest little house of the lot. The kids love the loft room and swinging bed!"
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Which popular attractions are close to El Jardin Yelapa?
Nearby attractions include Yelapa Waterfalls (0.5 miles), Yelapa Beach (0.6 miles), and Museo de Historia, Arte & Cultura de Yelapa (0.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at El Jardin Yelapa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, complimentary tea, and fishing.
What food & drink options are available at El Jardin Yelapa?
Guests can enjoy complimentary tea during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to El Jardin Yelapa?
Conveniently located restaurants include taqueria los Abuelos, CAFE BAHIA - YELAPA, and Tacos y Mas!.
Are there opportunities to exercise at El Jardin Yelapa?
Yes, guests have access to yoga classes during their stay.
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