• 2 Bath
  • 3 Beds
  • 6 Guests
  • House

Description

Los Tocayos is a full luxury home with great ocean views from master bedroom, master bedroom has a king size bed, private bath with bathtub, walking closet and TV with DirecTV. The second bedroom has a Queen bed, third bedroom has a Bunk bed with both twin beds TV monitor and DVD. Fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, Garage , Flat screen satellite TV with direcTV in living room and more. Owner request no pets and no smoking.


Property Details

  • Property Type: House

  • Bedrooms: 3

  • Bathrooms: 2

  • Floors: 1

  • Occupancy: 6


Amenities

  • Air Conditioning

  • Beach

  • Internet Access

  • Kitchen

Testimonies

  • “I went on vacation w my two daughters, a friend, and her kids. We had a great time; beach access is only steps away, private, and perfect for families. The house offers a great lay out and a very nice kitchen that was fully stocked. The decor is not really Mexican or rustic, but we spent little time inside! Ac worked great and ceiling fans were a plus! We already booked the house again for another weekend!

    scottsdale , AZ
  • “Check in time was 4:00 and the House was not ready until after 5:00. The guest before is left the place an complete mess. No apologies from the rental agency either for not getting is in on time. This was our 4th stay in this house and Ms it appears the owners are not taking care of the house. No exterior lights work, no forks in the kitchen. No kitchen knives for cooking, no pot holders...had to use towels. AC filter missing and vent wide open. Light and fan in dining room has not wired in the past 18 months. This was our last stay at this house.

    Phoenix, AZ
  • “We were told Los Tocayos is beachfront - no. It is behind a beachfront house. Beds for six, dining chairs for four. Barbecue is dangerous, mold in kitchen where sink drain had been leaking for a long time. Ants. Had to get Oceano to purchase utensils for kitchen and dining. For over $200.00/nite? NO! We told Oceano we would leave instead. Ended up at $125.00 which made it better. Too bad to see the place falling apart.

    Tucson, Az