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The Casa (click for full view) nestled n a quiet jungle nook with great ocean viewsComfortable living space
6 guests
3 bedrooms
3 beds
3 baths
6 guests
3 bedrooms
3 beds
3 baths
You won’t be charged yet

Casa OLayh, a three storey home with an inground pool lies nestled in a quiet nook at the end of gated lane with a majestic view of the Pacific ocean.
The main floor has a kitchen, living room and adjoining dining terrace. The three king-size bedrooms have private bathrooms.
A Palapa Lounge and rooftop sky bar have breath-taking ocean views.
The location on a private street is ideal and is only a six minute walk from the nearest beach and a 10-15 minute stroll to downtown.

The space

Three king-size ensuite bedrooms. Ocean views from every level. An in-ground pool with a large pool deck. A Palapa Lounge with bar and kitchenette and a rooftop sky bar.

Guest access

All levels, the pool and the skybar

Interaction with guests

The Casa is a private home. Interaction with guests is done via a property manager in Sayulita.

Other things to note

We absolutely love our Casa and hope that others will appreciate that it is a private home we are willing to share.

Family/kid friendly
Wireless Internet
Free parking on premises
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 king bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 3
1 king bed
Common spaces
1 double bed
House Rules

Treat the house as if it was your own - that means be respectful of the place and the opportunity to share it.

No pets & no smoking.

5 nights minimum stay.
From Sep 1 - Nov 30, 2017 the minimum stay is 5 nights.

1 Review

Robynn User Profile
April 2017
We just spent a whole month in Sayulita at Casa OLayh and would highly recommend it. One of the best things about the Casa is its location. For us, it was just perfect. It is far enough away from town that we were afforded peaceful nights for sleeping and peaceful days for lounging by the pool. It wasn’t too far however, so that the walk in to town wasn’t too onerous. Also, although there is a bit of a small hill (just at the end, the final road up to the Casa), it wasn’t too steep (like Nanzal hill) but enough to provide some amazing views and gorgeous sunsets, especially on the upper levels of the Casa. Also, being on the North side, if you are a bird lover, it is a great spot for watching. I saw so many birds, some of which I learned later are only in a small area on the west of Mexico and not always easy to spot. The Chachalacas are eager to converse in the morning. We got used to them, but if you are a light sleeper, and want to sleep in, you may need earplugs. The other great thing about the location is that we often got some lovely breezes at the Casa. The heat would sometimes get too much for the kids in town, and it was refreshing to get back to cool off in the pool and catch the breeze. The pool was a godsend. We did admittedly spend more time there then at the beach. The rooms are very comfortable (in size and furnishings) and nicely decorated. The artwork (most of it Jan’s) is also a very lovely touch. The amenities allowed our month-long stay to be comfortable. We didn’t feel like we were lacking in anything to make breakfasts, lunches, snacks, or even dinners. Also, the staff were very friendly and kind and the property manager was very attentive. He was easy to reach regarding any issues and very responsive in terms of dealing with them. There were never big issues, the biggest probably being lack of running water (which is not a problem specific to Casa OLayh, but to Sayulita), but they were always dealt with quickly and professionally. I was always impressed with Ramon. And the owners were also very lovely and easy to deal with. Jan even checked in with us throughout our stay to make sure things were going well. All in all a fantastic place. Not a choice you would regret.

Saskatchewan, CanadaJoined in February 2014
Jan User Profile

My husband and I live on the beautiful Assiniboine River Valley on the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border. I am a full time artist and consultant having recently retired as a High School Art and French teacher. My husband is a lawyer who owns a Law Firm with offices on both sides of the border.
We are both farm "kids" who enjoy the outdoors and the tranquility of rural living.
We enjoy hiking, cross-country skiing, snow-boarding, reading, good music, good wine and good friends.
We spend as much time as we can at our cabin on a lake where we swim, kayak, hike and generally relax.
Two years ago, we purchased a Casa in Sayulita, Mexico. Our family has spent two extended holidays there in the past two years and we love it. Sayulita is small, quaint, safe and perfect for us. We can walk everywhere even with two small grandsons. We love all of our places for different reasons and are always happy to share our enjoyment with others.
We have travelled extensively both alone and with our children. We all enjoy meeting people, learning about new places and trying new things. Our travel experiences have enriched our lives.
We are excited to share our Casa in Sayulita with guests. You will love the Casa and you will love Sayulita.

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