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Casa en la Piedra (main house)

SuperhostJaibalito, Sololá, Guatemala
Entire house hosted by Albert
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bathroom
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This amazing lakeside home has a spectacular view of the volcanoes at Lake Atitlán. Situated just west of the Jaibalito dock, the main house at Casa en la Piedra is about 75 feet up from the water's edge, with beautiful gardens and landscaping.

The space
The main house at Casa en la Piedra is quiet, private, and ruggedly remote. The surroundings are lush and green all year around.

This house is unique! It is located lakeside on a mountain just west of the small village of Jaibalito.

The house gets its name from the fact that it is literally built into rocks. It is located high above the lake-shore with spectacular views of three volcanoes, and all the activities on the lake, with beautiful sunrises and romantic sunsets. It has two levels with the main living area on the first floor and a cozy bedroom and wonderful patio below. It has queen size bed and room for third person on a couch in the living room area.
The house is fully equipped for comfortable living and includes regular housekeeping services.

It is much quieter than being in the village itself.

There are spiders and other insects common to the region. Please be advised that you might be seeing them inside the house.

Guest access
There is a private dock for swimming, and a terrace just above the dock for sunbathing (shared with the guests of the guest house).

Other things to note
We provide your drinking water (agua pura), as the tap water is not drinkable. Complimentary locally grown and roasted coffee is provided. Housecleaning is provided weekly. This includes a changing of bed linens and towels. Personal laundry service is available by the caretaker. Garbage and recycling is removed for guests.
The oven in the stove does not work and cannot be repaired. However, a large toaster oven is provided.

CLEANUP AFTER YOUR STAY:
We ask that guests do their dishes following their stay.

Please note: the internet is not 100% reliable in Jaibalito, so trying to stream Netflix is not recommended, and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)ing can be challenging at times.
This amazing lakeside home has a spectacular view of the volcanoes at Lake Atitlán. Situated just west of the Jaibalito dock, the main house at Casa en la Piedra is about 75 feet up from the water's edge, with beautiful gardens and landscaping.

The space
The main house at Casa en la Piedra is quiet, private, and ruggedly remote. The surroundings are lush and green all year around.

T…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

Amenities

Wifi
Essentials
Kitchen
TV
First aid kit
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Jaibalito, Sololá, Guatemala

The residents of Jaibalito are mainly Mayan with a population of 800-900 people. There is a small friendly community of foreigners who reside there year around. It is one of the smallest communities on Lake Atitlán. Residents speak Kakchiqel with some Spanish. The women still dress in traditional Guatemalan traje. Jaibalito is only accessible by "lancha" (water taxi), with no roads leading in or out of the village. So there are no cars in the village, just one tuk-tuk (auto-ricksaw). There are four restaurants, and one small locally-owned café. The lake is the deepest in Central America, and is cool but wonderful for swimming. Kayaks are available for rent in the neighboring village of Santa Cruz, a 30-minute hike over the mountain east of Jaibalito, or a short boat ride.
The residents of Jaibalito are mainly Mayan with a population of 800-900 people. There is a small friendly community of foreigners who reside there year around. It is one of the smallest communities on Lake Ati…

Hosted by Albert

Joined in January 2015
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I live in Los Angeles and enjoy traveling.
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Hosts may or may not be on the property at the time of your visit, but there is a caretaker ("guardian") who lives on the property.
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  • Language: English
  • Response rate: 100%
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House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Check out: 11:00 am
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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