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Casa de la Cuesta was even better than it looked on the website. All the rooms are lovely and different -- filled with local folk art -- mine with Bill's masks and primitive children's toys. But, nice as the rooms all were, I loved the...More
Response from heidilevasseur, Public Relations Manager at Casa de la CuestaResponded 29 April 2017
Thanks for your encouraging review....I have put the little bird cage in "your" room awaiting your return visit...next time you can take it home with you....
All the ecstatic reviews of Casa de la Cuesta are accurate well-deserved. Spacious traditional-style San Miguel home, dramatic tunnel entrance (festooned with masks) from the street, lots of space, views, hosts that treat you like family and live on site.
It was like visiting family or close friends.
We were welcomed warmly and all our needs were attended to.
In our travels in different countries, we have stayed in many B&Bs ,Casa de la Cuesta would be one of the most memorable.
We enjoyed the...More
Thank Anie K
Response from heidilevasseur, Public Relations Manager at Casa de la CuestaResponded 22 April 2017
Hi Anie and Ed
Thanks for your visit and hurry back..there are still lots more places to visit and concerts to attend and always more time for the thermal baths!!!!
Lovely rooms. Gracious hosts. Great location. Hope to stay there again. Filled with beautifully displayed Mexican art and masks. Hosts are knowledgeable and share that with guests as well as their love of Mexico.All the modern amenities in total charm. Lots of terraces and balconies....More
Response from heidilevasseur, Public Relations Manager at Casa de la CuestaResponded 11 April 2017
We so enjoyed your visit....hoping you are already planning the trip to come back
We are in the midst of Easter processions this week...
Heidi and Bill
We loved every moment of our five night stay at Casa de la Cuesta!
From the incredible breakfasts,( that taught me several new breakfast dishes that i had never had before, like chilequilas with salsa verde) to fabulous conversations from some of the most interesting...More