4 guests
3 beds
1 bath
4 guests
3 beds
1 bath
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This bungalow is excellent for a family who want to stay for an extended period.
Is 2 min walking from the beach.

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House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events


1 night minimum stay

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Jenna User Profile
April 2017
Great location.

Carolyn User Profile
April 2017
Charming bungalow within walking distance of everything!

Andres User Profile
March 2017
Arturo does not own these places, he acts as an intermediary. But that was not the problem. When we arrived, he showed us the bungalow, it was clearly not the one in the photos and did not match the description. In short, he attempted to scam us into a place we did not rent. He told us it was the same place, but forgot to update the description. He offered to find another bed (as it was advertised as a 3 bed bungalow). While he was trying to find the bed, we met the real owner of the place, an old lady named Alicia, we showed her the pictures of the bungalow and said that bungalow was taken and not available. At the end, Arturo offered us a different house with 3 beds. It is not the fact that we got a different place, but the fact that Arturo lacks honesty and tried to scam by trying to make us believe we rented a place that we did not rent. If from the beginning he was honest about the situation, this review would be different. Avoid using dishonest intermediaries, that could in fact also be scamming the owners of these houses, and book directly with them!

Kevin User Profile
March 2017
Arturo was a great host and everything was wonderful. We had great recommendations for fishing and snorkeling- as well as general info for things to do in Cabo Pulmo. 10 out of 10

Katie User Profile
March 2017
Where to start, I can't say enough great things about Cabo Pulmo and the hospitality Arturo showed us. This place is a gem. The bungalow has a beautiful outdoor kitchen with a table, couch, fridge, and basic cooking supplies. The place is pretty simple but it was perfect for us since we spent most of our time outside anyway enjoying the gorgeous beaches and eating at the local restaurants. There is no market in Cabo Pulmo though so if you're planning to cook make sure you stock up on groceries beforehand. The beds were comfortable and there was a fan and thick shades in the palapa so it stayed a nice temperature. I definitely recommend getting dinner at El Caballero just down the road. Try the margaritas and shrimp chile relleno! Arturo was there to meet us right when we got there and took us for a beautiful hike around the surrounding mountains. He is very knowledgeable about the area and answered any questions we had. I will definitely be back!

Cecilia User Profile
January 2017
Nice place, few issues marked in my reviews.

Stephen User Profile
January 2017
My wife and I and our adult son and daughter spent four nights in the Cozy Bungalow, and I regret that we couldn't spend a month there. I became addicted to the place. Yes, there were various animal and human sounds surrounding us because the Cozy Bungalow is on the very edge of the village beside a farm (with a great view of mountains) so you get to hear horses gently neighing and whinnying at times, cows quietly mooing, and a rooster further away at dusk and dawn. Also, people chatting and laughing in two nearby bungalows in the early evening. It’s true that dogs seem active in the evening when people are walking home from eating dinner at the few places to eat in town. But the village gets pretty quiet by 10 pm, and completely quiet by 11 pm. But all the sounds of the animals apart from the village dogs did eventually create a different kind of tranquility which I miss. We hung out for hours in the kitchen/dining area, making breakfasts every morning, and having tea in the evenings. We brought all our supplies, including bottled water with us, and we saw no store in Cabo Pulmo. As everyone mentions, the place is quaint and rudimentary, but it’s clean, and we slept very well in the double and twin beds. The bathroom, like all the bathrooms in the village, has a little sewage gas smell at times (as did other Cabo Pulmo bathrooms in restaurants), and you’ll have to space out your showers or conserve hot water. It’s a green village, as you would hope it would be, and the rudimentariness, lack of internet and shops combined with the dusty main street will hopefully keep the tourist stream thin, as it’s still relatively uncrowded and unspoiled. Incidentally, if you encounter heavy winds as we did during our visits, and snorkeling seems impossible, check out Bahia Los Frailes. It can be nearly wave-free while other snorkeling beaches aren’t, and we can hardly wait to return to the north end of that beach and hopefully see more of what we saw on the day we were there. Arturo is a very likeable, calm person who serves as the renting agent for various owners in the village who don’t speak any English (which Arturo speaks very well). We couldn’t get wi-fi anywhere in the town, but cellphone reception in Cabo Pulmo is amazingly strong due to a tower on a mountain behind the village (it was only down once briefly while we were there), so the best way to contact Arturo seems to be by texting. If he’s not taking people out scuba diving, he’ll get back to you, if you need help with anything. We were very happy with the Cozy Bungalow and look forward to returning there. Thanks, Arturo!

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San José del Cabo, MexicoJoined in April 2013
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Arturo spent almost seven years traveling around the world looking for the perfect place to live, that was the first time he came to Cabo where he stayed almost six months.

After finishing his Master Degree in Environmental Sciences he noticed he wasn’t ready for a proper job and came back to Cabo where he worked as a Scuba dive instructor at Tours Cabo.

Languages: English, Español
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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