Tabachin- each floor is 1 studio. very private~
Brakfast choice included with toom
Breakfast at Tabachin
How close is it to the beach?
Well-stocked kitchenettes, shelves filled with books, and an assortment of clocks, vases, and other gewgaws make the studios here feel homey. Given the location a block from Playa Zicatela, the spaciousness and comfort of the rooms, and a breakfast from the vegetarian restaurant featuring an astounding array of choices, the room rates are quite low. The English-speaking staff is helpful in aiding guests with travel arrangements.
Calle de Morro s/n, Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, 71980, Mexico
Mar 21, 2006
This is a lovely little bed and breakfast. Each morning breakfast is prepared (to order) and all the guest can sit together at the same table and get acquainted. Mostly an English speaking group, your fellow guests normally have great information to share. Also a wealth of knowledge, Paul Cleaver occasionally joined us for breakfast. Paul is the owner and a very friendly and wise man.The breakfast menu is only limited by your imagination. You must
try the Chili Rellenos! Everything is fresh from the market or Paul's own farm. The rooms are very big. Most are being retiled. Ask for one that has been renovated. They are breathtaking. You have a great view of the beach, yet just far enough away from the main road. This is a very quiet place and not heavily populated. The only unexpected noise was the 7am. distant bugle call of the military battalian on the hill above the hotel. Barely noticable, but we all still stand and salute just for fun. We were a short walk from the Adoquin. You have to visit the Mercado (market) for groceries if you want to keep the room stocked. This is an experience if you have never walked through an open air meat and fish dept. For dinner I recomend visiting the Santa Fe. (also has an internet room you can use). Just a short walk is Pascal-simply amazing! For a fun evening visit the Split Coconut in the Vista Hermosa. Short taxi ride to the top of the hill. The staff is helpful, but do not speak much English. But you are in Mexico. They try really hard to accomodate your every need. You should tip the staff before you leave. Security is not a problem here. Lock your windows and use your safe. The combination is reset (by you) upon arrival. Rooms were very cool with A/C and four ceiling fans. You will no doubt meet Mike. He plays the local bands and stays at the Tabachin regularly. He knows the ins and outs of the area. Explore this region! There are just too many little hot spots to list.