Casa Hamaca Guesthouse
Accommodations ( Bed & Breakfast ) | Family, Friends, Cultural
Don't just visit the Yucatan....Experience It!
Located only just 600 m from Valladolid Train Station, Cada Hamaca Guesthouse is a beautiful hacienda-style building, decorated with colorful ceramic tiles, authentic Mayan artifacts, and Yucatan-themed murals. This award-winning bed & breakfast has 4 comfortable, individually decorated suites, all of which include a hammock and a private bathroom with pressurized hot water. Guests can relax on the peaceful veranda or go for a refreshing swim in the pool, and partake in a variety of activities in the vicinity such as exploring the rich surrounding flora and fauna, visiting the stunning beaches, caves, and hundreds of Mayan ruins. Families, couples, and everyone looking to explore the Yucatan area and Mayan culture will surely enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, authentic decor, and delicious, freshly made daily breakfast, all for a great value and with exceptional service.
Why We Highly Recommend Casa Hamace Guesthouse:
The convenient location provides easy access to all areas of interest within Valladolid, and the rooms are spacious, well appointed and comfortable. Guests especially enjoy the friendly service and mellow atmosphere - From arrival to departure, all of the staff will make guests feel welcome and comfortable, going the extra mile, to ensure everyone if sully enjoying every moment of the stay. Casa Hamaca provides guests with the most authentic Yucatan experience - food, activities, and hospitality, with all the modern amenities for the modern traveler such as high-speed WiFi, laundry service, and an on-site bar and restaurant. Awarded the coveted "Certificate of Excellence" from TripAdvisor, and with numerous amazing reviews from past clients, Casa Hamaca Guesthouse is genuinely exceptional.
Suites at Casa Hamaca
Guests can choose from 4 beautiful, comfortable, and well-appointed suites with a full range of modern amenities. Come and enjoy a true Yucatan experience at Casa Hamaca!
KING ROOM | Our four king-bed rooms are all themed differently. But all are very comfortable with colorful traditional décor. Each of these spacious rooms includes air conditioning, ceiling fans, screened windows, an original mural, a Mayan hammock, WiFi, wardrobe or closet, and a private bathroom with a glass-blocked walk-in shower with pressurized hot water.
TRIPLE ROOM | Offering colorful traditional décor, this spacious room includes a hammock and a private bathroom.
QUEEN ROOM WITH 2 QUEEN BEDS | Offering colorful traditional décor, this spacious room includes a hammock and a private bathroom.
Sites & Activities
ANIMALS & BIRDS | Yucatan is a major flyway as well as home to a large number of non-mirgratory birds. Five large cats are still to be found in the jungles of Yucatan as well as many reptiles, mammals including monkeys, amphibians, insects and arachnids. The map shows areas where one can almost always see birds... but anywhere you go you can see wildlife if you walk slowly and quietly.
BEACHES | Beaches, and saltwater activities are to be found all around the peninsula. A little over one hour to Tulum, 1.5 hours to Rio Lagartos and San Felipe and 2 hours to Progreso or Isla Mujeres.
CAVES | The entire northern peninsula is riddled with caves, caverns, and cenotes. This map shows some major caves open to the public that can be visited without technical gear. But there are many more waiting to be discovered and explored.
CENOTES | Cenotes (freshwater sinkholes) are everywhere. There are estimates of 10,000 cenotes in the peninsula. Shown are some cenotes open to the public with more or less easy access.
CHURCHES | The Franciscans arrived early in the Yucatan and started building churches. Even small villages often have a historic church. Most are still in use, sometimes without roofs that have collapsed over the centuries.
MAYAN CULTURE | Mayan culture exists all over the peninsula...except in the cities. But leave the city and the next place you come to is a Mayan village. Turn off the main road to explore and encounter Mayans who live like they did a 1,000 years ago.
MAYAN RUINS | There are hundreds, if not thousands, of Mayan ruins in the peninsula. Shown are sites open to the public. Take a walk in the jungle (with a guide, water, a machete, and a GPS) and encounter ruins that have never been explored.
MUSEUMS | Many cities and villages now have museums. Some are very specialized (Casa de los Venados) and some have a broader perspective (San Roque Museum). Some tiny ones in tiny villages showing artifacts found in and around the village. And the new and very modern Maya Museum in Merida.
North: to the flamingos of Rio Lagartos, stopping at the Mayan ruins of Ek Balam on the way back with a short stop to see the Distillery and a detour to the village of Uyama to see the restored church.
East: to Cancun and then to Isla Mujeres to dive, snorkel or hang out on the beach. Or take the tour to Isla Contoy, north of Isla Mujeres, to visit the bird, fish and iguana sanctuary.
South: to the heartland of the Maya and the Museum of the War of the Castes, the town renamed Carrillo Puerto (because of the war) and the lake of seven colors of blue, Lake Bacalar.
West: to the cenotes of Dzitnup, the caves of Balankanche, the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, and the Pueblo Mágico of Izamal.
Southwest: to the Ruta Pucc and the many Mayan ruins including Uxmal, the caves of Loltun and the clay works to be found in Ticul.
If you have any questions or are ready to reserve your spot be sure to connect with Casa Hamaca Guesthouse directly. Their team is local and can best answer your inquiries, plus it gives you the opportunity to experience their service first-hand and before you arrive.