Colonial casa in Merida with stunning lap pool.

Colonial casa in Merida with stunning lap pool.

Laureen

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Elegantly restored writer’s abode with original pasta floors and five meter high beamed ceilings throughout. Two bedroom, two en-suite baths with additional guest bath and outdoor shower. Situated in the best neighborhood near both Santa Ana and Santiago parks, three blocks from English library on a quiet NONBUS street. Short walk to Paseo de Montejo and the central square. 60 foot lap pool to cool off in.

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More about us

  1. I'm a writer looking for a desk. Oh, and WIFI...

  2. I'm interested in fiction, theater, film, skiing and hiking.

  3. I live in Merida Yucatan: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/25/travel/shaped-by-meridas-artistic-soul.html

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Casa LALA is in the historic center between Santa Ana and Santiago Markets. Everything downtown is within walking. The street is a non-bus street - important in this bustling town. Parking on the street.

Buzzy restaurants
Apola, Chaya Maya, La rocova, Mercado 60, Tobolo...too many!
Cool bars
La negrita, Dzalby Cantina, Mezcaleria, Hermana Republica.
Cozy cafés
Bistro Cultural, Lagala, Blue Bag
Retail therapy
Walk down Calle 55
Bit of culture
Tapqanco, Olympio
Walks in the park
Zocolo, Santa Lucia, Paseo de Montejo
Spot of exercise
Yoga by Kate Barron
Day tripping
Uxmal, Chichen Itza, centotes, haciendas, Celestun(flamingos)

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