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Private Beachfront House, 5 Bedrooms including Living Room, 4.5 Baths, Sleeps 12
If the living room is requested in advance to be set up as a 5th bedroom, the house can have 5 king sized beds plus 2 extra single beds in either of the largest bedrooms. Or, all but one of the king beds can be separated into 2 single beds so that alternately we can provide up to 10 single beds plus 1 king bed, or any combination in between.
- Bookings at this property are non-refundable.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Please move any breakable items out of kids reach.Please move any breakable items out of kids reach.
No pets - Do not feed or attract stray animals to return.Do not feed or attract stray animals to return.
Events allowed - Event fee if more than 14 people on property ever!Event fee if more than 14 people on property ever!
Max guests: 14
- If more than 14 people are on the property at any time there are additional Event Fees & advance notice is required so you are aware of those fees.
To see our location better, on the above MAP click on the word "SATELLITE" in the upper right hand corner. Then to zoom in, click several times on the "+" in the upper LEFT corner of the map. Our property has very broad beach frontage, right on the sand. We are situated a good distance from our neighbors on either side and are fortunate to have a large grove of mature coco palms and manicured lawn as the neighboring property behind us. The sandy ocean bottom right in front of our house makes it a safer place to swim than practically anywhere along the entire beach, except for any body surfing or boogie boarding, go right in front of Don Pedros restaurant on the beach in the town center, only a short walk from our home. When sitting on our shaded veranda, one can feel very private and privileged and serene and yet the blue Pacific is invitingly close just a few steps away. We picked this spot because it is in the ideal location, close enough to easily stroll into the center of town in 10 minutes and yet just far enough from the busy center to keep out location, peaceful and quiet, and serene.
Other Activities: Shopping, Kayaking, Boating, Shelling, Wildlife Viewing,
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About Richard Harkness
For many years I was an editor of motion pictures and television in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York. My wife is a fine artist/painter who grew up outside of New York City and spent her summers at their beach house on the Jersey Shore. My wife's family are Canadians who live all across Canada from Montreal to the Canadian Rockies to British Columbia. Our daughter grew up in California, loves to swim and now that we have a house on the beach in Mexico, she became fluent in Spanish and she even learned to surf.
Richard Harkness purchased this house in 2001
Why Richard Harkness chose Sayulita
Although we have traveled all over the world to places like Bali, Hawaii, Guatemala, Europe, El Salvador, Canada, both coasts of the USA and many places in Mexico, we didn't get to Sayulita until 2000. It was the perfect little fishing village that we had been looking for, where the food is good, the local people are friendly, it's a quick easy flight from the USA, and it was the prettiest curve of beach we had ever seen. By 2001 we went back to buy a vacation home and found this perfect house right on the beach. My wife Sharon loved the classic hacienda style of the house and all the elegant antiques that came with it. My daughter Heather loved the fact that it was right on a soft sand beach where she could swim and play, and I loved that I could see two fabulous surf breaks that I could stroll down the beach to surf, within sight of the house. Less than a year after we purchased it, we loved it so much that we decided to live there full time, which we did for a year and a half to seize the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the culture, learn Spanish, and really get to enjoy this fabulous spot. We now live in Santa Barbara and visit the warm tropical waters of Sayulita as often as we can, but since we can't be there year round, we like being able to share it's pleasures with others.