In and around Xcalak you can find several nice rental houses and hotels. Below you find a description of most of the houses.
the beach... down Mexico way. Poca Cosa, our Costa Maya getaway, is
available for rent. It consists of two beachfront
rental apartments, Arriba (upstairs) and Abajo (downstairs),
each with fully equipped kitchens. Both units have access to the roof
top deck; the perfect spot to watch
the sun rise and set, work on that all-over tan, or be dazzled by billions
Reef House has 3 Bedrooms with ceiling fans and hammocks, 3.5 bath Kitchen
and Dining Room Front and Back terraces. The hotel has solar power.
There is a Daily Maid Service . Kayaks, snorkeling, diving and trips
are available next door.
Ted and Becky Kimmel invite you to share their beach house while they're in Wyoming-- welcome to Kimmels Kabana.
Enjoy the view of the Caribbe from expansive rooftop deck. The bougainvilla-stripe around the villa matches the cascades of flowers in the yard; and lots of Coconut Palm Trees, lilies and Sweet Williams.
Their airy home runs on 48 volt solar system with propane
backup, there's power available 24 hours. Water conservation is attained
by catchment system for into 2 cisterns. They are fortunate to have
a good well, rare in this area, and is designed to slowly fill the cistern
without breaking the salinity barrier.
The dining table, chairs and
kitchen stools are all creations of local artist carpenters from Limones,
a village nearby, crafted of Cedar and distinctly lovely pieces of furniture.
You'll want to buy beer in Xcalak Pueblo at Isabels or Melchor's stores.
to Nuestro Tesoro (Our Treasure). This enchanting house has 2 villas.
Our first floor villa has a queen bedroom, living room with floor to
ceiling windows for breathtaking views (2 futons for extra sleeping),
fully equipped kitchen and a spacious tiled bath. There is a screened
dining palapa with a BBQ grill just off of the kitchen. Nuestro Tesoro
has satellite TV in both units.
The Coral Garden Inn is an enchanting two unit complex with authentic hand-hewn wood and rattan furniture, decorative Mexican tile floors, bathrooms and countertops, and local artisan designed wall decorations and bedspreads. Each 1500 square foot unit has two large bedrooms. The master bedroom has an incredible ocean view and a queen size bed. The spacious second bedroom has two double beds with plenty of closet space and storage. There is a full size bathroom with a large shower, toilet and sink. The living area includes a fully equipped kitchen with an adjoining living room with fold out double bed, stereo system and CDs. The kitchen has a propane gas powered refrigerator, stove and oven with plenty of glasses, plates, dishes, flatware, knives, pots and pans. There is also a base for dispensing 5 gallon jugs of purified drinking water. There is a large deck area outside the sliding glass doors of the living room and master bedroom. Patio furniture, lounge chairs and Mayan hammocks are available so you can eat, drink, relax and enjoy the incredible view of the Caribbean and bask in its warm topical breezes. The observation roof offers additional views of the Caribbean to the east and lagoons and mangrove jungle to the west. The upstairs and downstairs units are identical and each can sleep up to 8 people. Daily maid service is provided.
Water is supplied from a rain collection system which stores water in a large in-ground cistern. Water is then pumped to the rooftop holding tank where gravity takes over. This system supplies both hot and cold running water. There is a propane water heater if needed.
Electricity is provided by a solar powered 24 volt battery charging system run through a 2400-watt inverter to create the same 110a/c that is standard in the U.S. There is adequate power to run the lights, ceiling fans and stereo. Note that appliances which generate heat require a large amount of energy. These include hair dryers, clothes irons, electric coffee pots and toasters- all of which are prohibited, as they will damage and close down the power supply.
Relaxation and Fun in the Sun at Casa del Sol on the Mayan Riviera. Enjoy our private rooms (650sq. ft.) just yards away from the water. Each room is furnished with a queen and a single size bed. Hammocks are also available in each room if you want to try out the Mexican way.
The beach and waters in front of Casa del Sol are protected
by a 250 mile barrier reef. The word's second longest virgin coral reef,
and provides the perfect area for swimming and snorkeling. The numerous
coral head inside the reef itself offers many varieties of sea life.
Fish with various vibrant colors, sting rays, octopus, lobster, barracuda,
tarpon, flounder, conch, and sea turtles are just a few of the inhabitants
seen in this area!