This adorable 100 year adobe brick house is unique and full of history. Back in the revolution, Grandma Paula after fleeding from the revolutionary forces, built this house with his husband Felix. They hand-made the many adobe bricks used in the building. Three generations have passed by and Now Her grandchild Sergei and His wife Lucy have renovated and decorated the house respecting its own essence. We keep the original photos of the house and love to share the history of it with all our visitors.
"La casita de adobe" features modern facilities with an old world charm. You will find fascinating its beautiful and unique adobe windows and its colorful Mexican tiles. You will have a balcony with a view to the renovated fountain that 50 years ago was used for the cattle to drink water. It has its own private bathroom, kitchen, dining room and a beautiful private garden.
It is located only 20 minutes from downtown Oaxaca and Taxi and bus services are available few blocks from the house.
On the other hand, If you want to enjoy the surroundings, you have plenty of options in our quiet neighborhood. You ll find on a walking distance a beisbol field, an arts school, a café, a ballet and dancing school, and a huge modern gym with pool. Also five minutes by car golf and tennis classes, restaurants, public pools and the famous arts museum (CASA Centro de las artes de San Agustin Etla)
We ll feel happy to help you in anything you require to make your stay with us very special. Unforgettable!!!
NO SMOKING INSIDE THE HOUSE.
Hi There! My name is Lucy and my husband`s name is Sergio. I am an English teacher. I mainly teach children and I would say I am very passionate about it. I love reading. My favorite authors are Agatha Christie and Jane Austen, I love classics!
My husband and I love Mexican arquitecture and decoration: Colourful mexican tiles, Adobe bricks and bright colors. We really enjoy having guests at our home and share with them the history of our house and the beautiful and interesting neighborhood. We love meeting people and learning about their culture and language. We think the new concept of Airbnb to stay in private homes instead of hotels is fantastic!