We arrived in Boca on Christmas week and had one of the best vacation cause we chose to stay with Sue and Bob. They are super friendly and once you start chatting with them you'll have most of your activities planned for the trip.
The place is tucked away across a foot bridge near the river and everything is accessible at a walking distance be it groceries, beach restaurant, water taxi, bus stop, small dinner places or your scuba instructor, she happened to be our neighbor!
We had a lovely time hiking upto Las Animas and the trail starts like 30 feet from Casa De Piedra
We had the misfortune of having a rainy week there and we were on the verge of ditching scuba diving, Bob and Sue got hold of divers in Mismaloya and we even managed to get a lesson in the pool in Casa De Piedra :)
The house keeping is very prompt n who could forget the awesome breakfasts these guys used to whip up every morning.
We ended up playing table tennis, reading a novel while relaxing on the hammock and having tonnes of fun while staying here.Overall we felt at home away from home.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Casa de Piedra Bed and Breakfast, the House of Stone and a landmark in Boca de Tomatlan, on the south shore of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. A spectacular piece of authentic Mexican architecture, it was constructed in 1988 of river rock and brick by Mexican artisans. The property, surrounded by lush tropical gardens and fronting the Rio Los Horcones, offers beautiful views of the river, the Sierra Madre Mountains, and Boca Bay. ... more less