Casa CariñoSayulita, Mexico | Perfect for Couples and Small Families!
Perfect for Couples and Small Families!
Completely remodeled in 2015-16, Casa Cariño is a sweet 2-3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home, located right next to Casa Soñadora and Villa Colina. The new home will be perfect for couples, small families, or as an add-on to one of our other three properties. Like all our properties, Casa Cariño provides luxurious, well-planned and unique spaces, where relaxation and inspiration are paramount! To enjoy Sayulita perfection in this new, oceanview, architectural gem, just 2 blocks from the beach & plaza, contact us today!
Our standard rates are quoted below in USD and include VAT, taxes, etc. Discretionary tips are not included. If you have questions or if your needs fall outside of the options available, please contact us directly. Rates are subject to change until reservation is paid. Reservation is not confirmed until system accepts payment and confirms dates. See our rental agreement for cancellation and reservation change policies and terms and conditions.
- Low Season (July – September), 3 night min stay, $350/night, $1,950/wk.
- Swing Season (May, June & October), 7 night min stay, $2,900/wk.
- High Season (November – April), 7 night min stay, $3,450/wk.
- Holiday Season (Thanksgiving week, President’s Day week & Easter week), 7 night min stay, $3,900/wk.
- Peak Season (Christmas & New Years), 7 night min stay, $Please inquire.
Please be advised that we get booked very fast, particularly during for the peak and high seasons, sometimes up to and beyond a year in advance. Be sure to view our booking calendar for open dates – it accurately reflects availability.
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A short list of our most frequently asked questions.
How far are Dreamer Circle properties from the beach and town?
All Dreamer Circle properties are in the perfect location, directly above the beach and surf break of Sayulita! It's only a 1 1/2 block walk to the beach and town via a beautifully paved and landscaped walkway. The hill is not a problem for most people, however, if you have elderly folks or children under 4 years old in your party, you may want to consider renting a golf cart. Many people use them in town, and they can be parked on the streets. They are fun to zip around in and much easier than cars. If you are staying at Casa Paloma, you can rent our golf cart. Otherwise, you can rent one in town. We provide recommendations when properties are booked.
What is the weather like in Sayulita?
Below are average temperatures by month:
- 70 - 78°F in January and February
- 80°F March through May
- 85°F June through August
- 85 - 88°F September and October
- 75 - 85°F in November and December
When is the rainy season in Sayulita?
The rainy season is June through September. We delight in viewing the lightning storms out at sea on late summer evenings.
What is safety like is Sayulita?
Sayulita is a very friendly and safe town. There have been no problems in the area regarding drug trafficking, etc. This town is super family friendly. Children, both local and tourist, play on the beaches, plaza, etc. As long as houses are locked, there are no problems with theft and we have had none. There are also safes in each bedroom.
How is surfing in Sayulita?
Sayulita’s central beach, just below Dreamer Circle, is a great place for beginning surfers (board, SUP, and body surfing). 100 yards further down the beach the waves are bigger. There are waves year round. The waves tend to be the smaller in the summer. There can occasionally be big swells in the winter.
What's the best way to exchange money?
There are several ATM’s at the Puerto Vallarta airport and in Sayulita. Before your trip, be sure to notify your bank and credit card companies that you will be using your cards in Mexico. Visa or Master Card is more widely accepted than American Express. Some restaurants and shops in Sayulita do not accept credit cards.
You can exchange your money for pesos at the airport, but expect poor rates. Sayulita has several money exchange places and the rate is generally better. The best rate is at a bank. If you arrive before 5:00 pm, you can ask your driver to take you to one of the banks at Plaza Marina or Actinver next to the Mega Store.
Is there filtered water in Dreamer Circle properties?
All Dreamer Circle properties kitchen sinks feature drinkable water spigots with double filtration systems. Casa Soñadora, Casa Carino and Villa Colina also have filtered water throughout the entire house.
Are there hair dryers in Dreamer Circle properties?
A hair dryer is included in every bathroom of all Dreamer Circle properties.
Do Dreamer Circle properties have air conditioners?
Air conditioning is included each bedroom.
Do Dreamer Circle properties have washers and dryers?
Dreamer Circle properties do not include access to a washer or dryer. However, the house keeper can do laundry for 100 pesos per load.
How do we book tours, activities, massages, cooks, etc.?
Our property manager can arrange all types of tours and activities for you. He can also give you suggestions for a masseuse, in town or at the property, and make arrangements for you to have traditional Mexican meals at the property. After booking your stay, we will provide you with the information to contact our property manager directly.
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