We loved living in this cozy house in a completely Mexican neighborhood. Busses to the centro and to shopping and museums are nearby and convenient. It's a family neighborhood, -school across the street, baseball games at the corner- quiet at night and very safe. Best for those who speak a bit of Spanish. We've recommended it to several friends, and hope to return.
We lived in Casa Limon for 8 months with our 7 year old son. The landlords are immediately responsive with whatever need may arise, the neighborhood is super safe, the neighbors are friendly, and the house is located only half a block from a lovely park. If you'd like to stay in an authentic, Mexican neighborhood, this is a great place to stay. There's a patio in the back of the house for your morning coffee and you can listen to the elementary children sing their morning songs. Bus lines are close and plenty of good restaurants nearby. We highly recommend; no complaints at all.
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Everything worked out nicely for us in this well decorated Mexican home in the middle of a typical neighborhood in the city. It is very conveniently located near a park, laundromat, and pizza place. The stay worked out so nicely for our family and the landlady and owner were great to work with.
Thanks for the positive experience for our 3 weeks in Mérida!
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I spent three winter weeks in Casa Limon, late December and early January. I chose it primarily because the price was reasonable and the property seemed fine as described and reviewed on TripAdvisor. The house is comfortable enough with a/c and ceiling fans. The neighborhood is quiet nearly all the time. Basic shopping is nearby in the form of convenience stores and on Calle 51 a sizable “walmart-style” bodega and one bank that will change money for tourists (and two that will not). Not far from the house, you can catch a taxi to Centro (and a bus, too, I’m told, but I never used it). The taxi takes about 20 minutes and costs about 80 pesos. There are lots of small eateries along Calle 42. There’s a sunny patio in back of the house where you can relax or, as I did, dry your hand laundry. Leslie is immediately responsive to every need and every problem, even though she lives in Austin. If you have an issue, you can be sure it will be taken care of quickly and efficiently. If you are in Merida to visit surrounding sites, you are best off with a rental car. I used tour agencies instead, but it was not so convenient and efficient as a way to see the great sites in the area.