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HISTORY


MAZAMITLA, From the Nahuatl dialect meaning "PLACE WHERE DEER ARE HUNT WITH ARROWS" is nestled in Sierra del Tigre inside a lush pine forest, 77 miles south Guadalajara, Jalisco with an altitud of 2,246 mts, above sea level. Mazamitla's  climate is generally dry with an average annual temperature of 21C, (Max 26C / Min 7C ). Rain season is between June and September with an annual  precipitation of 982 mm. Historical site founded in the year 1165 by the Aztecs, it was until 1537 during the Spanish conquest following Hernan Cortez's orders that it was set up as a territory named San Cristobal de Mazamitla. On April 19th, 1894 by decree of the State of Jalisco, Mazamitla was constituted as town. Mazamitla is a picturesque and small town that still embraces its original Spanish Colony architecture. Because of its beauty, it is considered a PUEBLO MAGICO by the Secretary of Tourism of Mexico. 

 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HOUSE.
One the most preserved old colonial style houses in town. Built In 1885, this house is recognized by the Government of Mazamitla as part of the cultural heritage.
The house features a central garden with a typical stone fountain, wide corridors where the room access is located, recreation room with a fireplace, TV, piano and beautiful antique furniture.
The dining room is emphasized by a historic dining table seating 20 people, large windows overlooking the gardens and another fireplace.
Beautifully equipped kitchen, large backyard with plants, flowers, fruit trees and suitable outdoor areas to enjoy nature and take in some sun.
Six spacious rooms witn private bathroom, heating, TV, access to Wi-Fi.