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STONE TREE TULUM is the first Vacation Rental in Tulum and is located in the original Maya neighborhood. Be local or tourist as you like in this culturally rich and friendly place. The high stone walls surrounding the property create a very safe and private garden. The pool has a fountain and built in seating. The location is central yet secluded. It is one block from where the jungle begins, separating the town from the beaches. If you rent a car, it is a five to seven minute drive to the Beaches and the Tulum Ruins. On street parking is close to the entrance door to the property. Bank ATM restaurants, bars, cultural center, town plaza and markets are a short walk from the house. It is three blocks from the main bus terminal, bike rentals and Taxi's. Ten blocks from the house is a lovely bike path leading to the Tulum beaches. It is a twenty-minute bike ride to reach them.
STONE TREE has two houses on the property; a MAIN HOUSE and a COTTAGE. The houses may be rented separately or the entire property for larger groups. If both houses are rented, a maximum of 14 people can be accommodated. (Refer to the other STONE TREE TULUM LISTINGS on AIRBNB ).
The houses are stone-built. The windows, doors and most furnishings are hand-crafted by local Maya craftsmen. All windows and doors on both houses are screened so mosquito nets are not needed. The thick stone walls, many large windows, and high ceilings with fans in every room provide excellent ventilation. All bedrooms and each cottage studio have air conditioning. It is rarely needed or used.
The MAIN HOUSE Sleeps 8. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, a living/dining room. On the 2nd floor are two large terraces with hammocks and lounge chairs.
INCLUDED IN RENTAL RATE:
Taxes. Wifi, Cable TV, Cleaning after 3rd night, 5 Gal. Jug of purified water that can be refilled across the street in a small store that also sells beer, alcohol, chips and ice. All cotton sheets and towels, beach towels and umbrellas. The three kitchens have blenders, coffee makers, and are fully equipped with all that is necessary to prepare your own meals.
Tips: 10 pages of my tips based on 25 years in the area
Air Conditioning: $7.USD per A/C per Night. The Main House has A/C in each bedroom and each of the Cottage Studio Rooms has A/C. Pay Soco as you use it/them during your stay.
Catering: Meals prepared by Soco - Her 'mole' is to die for! Also highly recommend are her pre-hispanic vegeterian offerings. $5.-$6.USD per meal per person include tortillas,beans, rice and a fruit drink.
Shopping ahead for your arrival: $15.USD + cost of groceries.
Massage: $50.USD for one hour massage. We have an excellent Maya Massage person who will come to the house and give you a 1 Hr. Massage for $50.Usd.
Laundry: $5.USD per load
Additional House Cleaning
Babysitting: $7.USD per hour for 1-2 children
STONE TREE has been a site for weddings, family reunions, honeymoons and single travelers. It has always been a great pleasure of me when I am in Tulum to meet the guests. They come from all walks of life and ages and from all over the world; backpackers, doctors, farmers, filmmakers, divers, anthropologists, teachers, cooks. It has been a great pleasure for me when I am there to meet such interesting and wonderful folks.
The MAIN HOUSE is private from the Cottage. You can enjoy your privacy or mingle w/other guests as you wish. The pool and front patio area are shared with other guests along with an outdoor shower for de-sanding after beach excursions. The pool remains a cool temperature all year. Great "chill" spot to dip into after excursions and before turning in at night or float face up and watch the hummingbirds.
The roof top terrace is a large flat area and is a wonderful place to star gaze, do yoga or sunbathe or hang your clothes to dry. There is always a wonderful Caribbean breeze.
I am prompt in answering emails and phone calls if guests have any particular questions before or during their stay. My Manager Soco will be there for you if and when you need her assistance.
I highly recommend walking about town in the evenings. I love the neighborhood. Where else can you go where you might pad outside the gate and see an elephant and camel being led down the road announcing the circus has come to town? There are all sorts of street venders selling from their tri-cycles or on foot. You could never leave the neighborhood and have the freshest of vegies, fruits, honey, spices, etc...or walk a few blocks to the Cultural Center and find a world famous opera singer performing in the outdoor theater under the stars at no charge. Or you want a beer, some ice, chips, walk across the street to the little in-house store to get them and head for the beach!
Most guests rent cars but it is not needed in our wonderful location. Bikes can be rented in town for $7 use/day. Cancun airport has a bus that runs every hour from Cancun to Playa del Carmen & transfer buses there. From Tulum to Cancun airport there is a direct bus. $180 pesos per person. For groups of 3 or more, there are shuttle services you can book online for door to door transport both ways.
Cancella fino a 7 giorni prima del viaggio e ricevi un rimborso del 50%, più i costi del servizio.
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I discovered Tulum years ago by accident. It has been some 27 years since I settled in Tulum and began building. When I arrived, it was a Maya village of 500 people and my property was the last one in the village, I was surrounded on 3 sides by jungle. No paved roads, etc. There were no building materials except trees jungle vines and stones so we built my first houses with these with the exception of plumbing & Electric supplies. I had to go to Carillo Puerto (100 km south) for those and brought a toilet on an airplane! Well, these houses lasted 7 years and then Hurricane Roxanna came and blew them down and only the floors remained and the bathroom with walls of stone in the Main House. That original room remains. We rebuilt the houses of stone and the neighbors kidded me and said I was doing like the 3 little pigs did! I had thatch roofs above the stone walls for some years before putting on cement roofs. I do believe the big bad wolf of any future hurricane landing will not get me now!