Hacienda Escondida, Puerta Vallerta

Horse Sculpture

Horse Sculpture

After Thanksgiving we went on a short trip to Puerto Vallarta in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. We have been scouting out possible retirement locations. I wanted to stay in the old town and we chose a very well recommended bed and breakfast situated in an original Hacienda. Oscar picked us up at the airport and whisked us back to the Hacienda. Escondida means hidden and it really is. It is on a cobbled street that leads from the beach up to the mountains and there is just a beautiful arched door leading into this wonderful oasis. I loved the horse sculpture that was above the small swimming pool, right outside our patio doors.

pool

Our suite was beautifully appointed with local ceramic tiles in the bathroom, a small kitchen and seating area, right by the pool. The property has a huge Banyan tree and there is a fun tree-house with seating, a TV and bar.

tree-house

The gardens in the Hacienda were amazing, full of delicately tended flowers and bushes. These attracted quite a variety of butterflies. More lovely photographs to come.  Click on the red link for the Hacienda Escondida website.

bird-of-paradise

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36 thoughts on “Hacienda Escondida, Puerta Vallerta

  1. How absolutely beautiful… You look far from retirement age Kerry are you sure you aren’t too young to be looking into retirement homes? Shame, what is going to happen to Katniss and your furry little friends? 🙂

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  2. Kerry, I was in PV for Christmas in 1978, ur pics bring back lots of memories, can’t wait to get back there on the boat,,,I’m in Captains License School now- Chad

    Livefree2sailfast.com,,,,,and we’re on Pinterest

    Have a great week

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