Room 1
Casa Rnixcalä [I dream-Yo sueño]
Casa Rnixcalä [I dream-Yo sueño]
6 gości
2 sypialnie
2 Łóżka
1 łazienka
6 gości
2 sypialnie
2 Łóżka
1 łazienka
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Experience the way the locals live, enjoy spectacular sites and learn the culture and traditions of this mysteriously sacred place. Mitla in Nahuatl means "Place of the Dead", however, its Zapotec name is Lyobaa which means 'tomb' or 'place of rest'.


• Each room has a queen size bedroom beautifully adorned by handmade weaved blankets and curtains done by artisans in Mitla.
• Clean Sheets and blankets
• Clean towels provided for each guest.
The inside bathroom has a shower with hot and cold running water.

Dostęp gości

As our guest, you will have full access to common areas.
•Cooking ware
•Spacious dining table, sits 6 people.
•Sofa set sit 12 guests
•Mesoamerican History Books
•Hot and cold running water
If you wish, you may set up a bone fire in the backyard or grind corn in the "metate"and make tortillas in the "comal" whenever tortillas are being made.
We have a huerto (orchard) you are welcome to pick lettuce, radishes or available herbs for your cooking.
We also offer complimentary cafe de olla (coffe) and chocolate (hot chocolate) and pan dulce every morning.

Kontakt z gośćmi

My father, Juan, who is fluent in Zapotec, Spanish and speaks some English, will be on site for anything that you may need. My father ran a mezcaleria when he was younger, feel free to ask him for recommendations and he will be delighted to share his expertise and adventurous stories. He will gladly take you to our must-see places such as "El Mercado," the archeological sites or any other place if asked in advance.

Inne ważne rzeczy

Mitla has been known for centuries as the place of rest, it is strongly believed that people who have passed away (Tohgol in Zapotec) return once more to be with their loved ones, the spirit of babies and children return on October 31 (Día de los angelitos/Day of the Angels) at noon and proceed to leave at noon of the following day. However, the spirits of adults return on November 1 at noon and leave on November 2 at noon, this celebration is known as The Day of the Dead. Everyone in Mitla prepares months in advance for this longed festivity as it is an opportunity to join their loved ones once more.
My aunts and cousins celebrate this annual ritual by preparing an altar with favorite food, drinks, fruits to my grandparents and uncle who have passed away.
Secondly important, the annual village celebration takes place the third week of January till the first week of February, lots of music, drinks and colorful textiles.
Mitla is truly a magical place, every where you go and anything you will see has a history, you will be intrigued by the sound of the telares weaving curtains, comforters, rebozos and ropa típica, you will hear mystical stories about hidden treasures and artifacts found many years ago. If you want a detailed list of thing to do in Mitla and nearby vicinities, please visit my blog at (EMAIL HIDDEN)


Dodatkowe osoby 37 zł / dzień powyżej 3 gości
Opłata za sprzątanie 30 zł
Depozyt 369 zł
Tygodniowa zniżka: 12%
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Konfiguracja miejsc do spania
Sypialnia 1
1 łóżko typu "queen"
Sypialnia 2
1 łóżko typu "queen"
Wspólna przestrzeń
1 sofa, 1 kanapa

Regulamin Domu
Zameldowanie odbywa się między 14:00 a 15:00.
Wyjazd przed 12:00

Our house is located within a family lot that we share with other aunts and cousins (almost like an apartment complex) each family has its personal space, so we ask our guest to feel free to explore our own front garden and the backyard of the main house only, which is part of our house.
We expect each guest to have common courtesy and respect for others, no loud noise after 10 pm.
Check-in time is from 2:00 PM-3:00 PM and check-out time is at 12:00 PM. While we do not allow smoking indoors, our guest are welcome to smoke in the backyard.


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Pobyt na przynajmniej 1 dzień

16 Recenzje

Jorge - Profil Użytkownika
wrzesień 2017
The attention was the best, Juan is an awesome host and knows a lot about mezcal production and Oaxaca in general. House is fine, very basic but cozy. Cleanliness is the only issue, there were roaches. Overall it was fine but could improve.
Mayra And Juan - Profil Użytkownika
Odpowiedź od Mayra And Juan:
Dear Jorge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us, I am very sorry about the inconvenience of bugs. Unfortunately, you visited us during rainy season and that's when critters from outside seek refuge the most in our rural village. We will continue to try our best to keep them out during this season.
wrzesień 2017

Giacomo - Profil Użytkownika
lipiec 2017
Mayra and Juan were extremely kind with us and the house was perfect to go to nears places like Hierve el agua and ancient Mitla. The only bad thing was that during the night, until 4a.m. one of the neighbours listen high music and in one of the rooms was impossible to sleep

Maria-Alejandra - Profil Użytkownika
czerwiec 2017
La casa de Juan y Mayra es muy secilla pero tiene mucha historia. Don Juan fue mas que atento con nosotras. Durante mi tiempo ahi, estaba muy enferma, Don Juan hasta fue al mercado para comprarme manzanilla para hacerme un te. No es un airbnb tipico. Mayra y Don Juan arreglaron un tour para nosotras. Montamos caballo, y recorrimos el puebla de Mitla, el paisaje, y a una factoria de Mezcal. El pueblo de Mitla si es muy especial y la gente muy orgullosa de sus antepasados. Eso de verdad si fue lo mas impresionante. Mitla esta cerca a muchas atraciones y vale la pena ir.

Sarah - Profil Użytkownika
maj 2017
We enjoyed meeting Juan who was friendly and hospitable and enjoyed playing with our baby. The house is well located. We drove to hierve de agua, tlacalula, oaxaca and sierra norte and it was easy to get to these places. The house is colourful and spacious with two bedrooms and a large living space. The kitchen needs to be better stocked. There is hot water and good wifi.

Sergio - Profil Użytkownika
kwiecień 2017
Una lástima que no hayamos encontrado a Mayra, sin embargo la atención de Don Juan fue muy buena, siempre atendía todas nuestras necesidades
Mayra And Juan - Profil Użytkownika
Odpowiedź od Mayra And Juan:
Contentos de atenderlos. Gracias por su estadía. Espero regresen pronto.
kwiecień 2017

Aldwin - Profil Użytkownika
kwiecień 2017
Good place to stay, comfortable and clean.

Jack - Profil Użytkownika
kwiecień 2017
Really loved staying with Juan it was a real Mexican experience. He is a lovely man, super host, I just wish we could speak more spanish. His house is very colourful and interesting well equipped kitchen in a nice area mitla. Juan showed us around mitla a few times and the house was very clean. We had dinner together one eveing and he shared some of his local mezcal with us. A truly amazing stay totally recomended. Mayra was also really helpful and sent numerouse emails checking if we needed anything which was helpful as unfortunately we don't have the best spanish. Thanks for a wonderful stay.
Mayra And Juan - Profil Użytkownika
Odpowiedź od Mayra And Juan:
Dear Jack, My father loved to interact with your party. I am so glad you had a great time!
kwiecień 2017

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Los Angeles, Kalifornia, Stany ZjednoczoneZ nami od: styczeń 2016
Mayra And Juan - Profil Użytkownika

My name is Mayra and was born near Oaxaca City and lived my infancy and early childhood near the Zócalo (main square). When I was seven years old, my mother, siblings and I moved to my maternal grandmother's house in San Pablo Villa de Mitla.

At age fourteen, my family decided to move to Los Angeles California where I attended University High School and UCLA. I have been married to my Angeleno husband for twelve years and we have two sons, ten and two year old respectively.

I am a central valley Zapotec woman and though I do not speak Zapotec fluently, I enjoy listening to my family's oral history and learning my parent's native tongue. Though I am far away from my beloved land, I connect to my roots through cooking traditional Oaxacan food with my mother and conversing with my paisanos.

I believe in the importance of exposing my children to our traditions and customs and always finding ways to connect them to my mother land.

My family and I visit Mitla and my dad Juan at least twice a year, we stay at my mother's house which is now an airbnb space.

I believe in the wise words once spoken by Benito Juárez, the first Oaxacan and indigenous president of Mexico: "Entre los individuos, como entre las naciones, el respeto al derecho ajeno es la paz -- Among individuals, as among nations, respect for the rights of others brings peace.”

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