Looking for a Bed and Breakfast at Lake Chapala Ajijic Mexico? Check these out!

August 13, 2010

There are a number of excellent Bed and Breakfast Inns in the Lake Chapala area. The below listed locations have repeatedly earned high marks from my clients who have stayed there. (We receive no referral fees.) In Chapala Lake Chapala Inn – www.mexonline.com/chapalainn.htm This Inn is on the Malecon in downtown Chapala with a swimming pool, lovely rooms, and your host and owner is named Alicia. Alicia is short of stature but stands tall in hospitality. You can walk all over downtown Chapala from this old world charm Inn. In Ajijic La Paloma B and B www.lapalomabb.com La_Paloma This Bed and Breakfast Hotel has 7 very nice room s each with private bath, a large pool, several lounges, high speed wireless internet (bring your own lap top with wireless card), and a guest kitchen for making your own snacks or meals. The guests rave about the delicious breakfasts, the friendly atmosphere, and the convenience of being able to walk all over the village of Ajijic. Walk to shops, a 3 screen movie in English, Pharmacy, small supermarket, and nice restaurants. Casa Blanca Bed and Breakfast Hotel www.casablancaajijic.com Nice rooms in the heart of Ajijic village directly across the street from the popular Lake Chapala Society www.lakechapalasociety.org) – The area abounds in small shops, art galleries, and small restaurants. Owned and Operated by an Armenian gentlemen and his family named Joseph who prides himself on excellent service to his guests who come back again and again. Estrellitas’s Bed & Breakfast (The Little Stars) Estre Pretty Rooms with Lots of Mexican Charm. Owned and Operated by Lorraine Pasini. Located in the heart of Ajijic Village next to the Lake Chapala Society within walking distance of shops, restaurants etc. www.EstrelitasInAjijic.Com Mexican Tel. # (376) 766 0917 Las Flores – www.casafloresajijic.com This is a new addition to our list of B and B’s which has been recommended by our clients. We’ve heard about it from so many recent clients that we took a look at their website and it looks like another great pick. Casita Montana Bed & Breakfast is run by long-time American resident Anne Dyer, and is located in the heart of Ajijic,   USA Tel 918  770  4089 http://www.casitamontana.com/ Ajijic Suites on Hidalgo in Ajijic Ajijic_Auites All rooms have well equipped kitchenettes, en suite baths, fans and hotel standard linens. A pretty central courtyard garden with cantera fountain makes an ideal haven to relax, read, watch the hummingbirds, or enjoy a drink and snack in secluded peace and quiet. http://www.ajijicsuites.com/rezeasy.html guera5164@gmail.com. In San Antonio Tlayacapan Lori’s B & B Guest House Independecia  #138  in San Antonio Tlayacapa located between Chapala and Ajijic USA call 011 52 376 766 4266 <bnbmargarita@yahoo.com> No Referral yet for this intimate, pretty guest house as it’s a brand new one as of December 2009. There are just two guest rooms which allows Lori to take extra good care of her guests. (Very competitive prices starting as low as $29 USD up to $55 per night depending upon season, number of nights spent, and the room choice.) There so many wonderful B and B’s to choose from. This is just a smpling of those recommended by my clients. Each has it’s own charm, conveniences and style.. Hope You Enjoy Your Stay, Siempre tu amigo, Sid

  • Sunny

    When I first came to Lake Chapala in January 2010, I stayed at the Quinta Quetal Coatl Inn (aka the “QQ”), a block from the malecon in Chapala. It was a paradise, beautifully tranquil with lush grounds. “The Plumed Serpent” by D H Lawrence was written there, and my friend and I stayed in the Plumed Serpent room. Two double beds for $67USD (including taxes and a great breakfast). The owners, Rob and Laura are from Australia, with a little pooch named OZ who is very attentive to guests. Rob (who really does have the demeanor of an Aussie–and he cooks!)is an accomplished still life artist, with his works on several walls. This little gem is within very short walking distance of the lakeshore and open air market along the malecon, many restaurants with lake views, the mercado,the public park with tennis courts and swimmming pool, buses that go to Guadalajara and along the north shore of the lake (including Ajijic), and banks. When I met with him in May, he said he hadn’t had time to paint because even in the slow season, he was booked. I thought I had died and gone to heaven when I stayed there–until I bought a place…

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