Villa Leonarda enjoys a privileged location on one of the most picturesque streets in the downtown area, in the legendary Gringo Gulch quarter and a few steps away from the main square, the crowned church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and some of the best restaurants, galleries, boutiques and jewelers.
Crossing the threshold of Villa Leonarda, at one end of the patio the Cuale River and its island offer a delightful landscape of lush vegetation against the backdrop of the mountains. Here, the sound of the water flowing and the song of birds will make of your stay an unforgettable experience.
Built in the traditional Mexican Colonial style, with whitewashed adobe and red brick walls, formidable hardwood beams and red tile roofs, this riverfront property is a haven of tranquility. Once you close the massive wood door, a sensuous calm surrounds you. Still, among the luscious greenery of the patio you may hear the church bells in the distance or the river rushing by.
Built alongside the Cuale River, home to majestic iguanas, egrets and parrots, this rental villa, ideal for a family or a group of friends, is within walking distance from the boardwalk and main beaches. Imbued in a star-studded history, the house consists of two buildings where period and custom-designed furniture pieces alternate with artworks signed by renowned Mexican contemporary artists. Three dining areas and a high-ceilinged living room with a fireplace complement five spacious, well appointed rooms, with their whimsically decorated bathrooms.
Once a favorite hangout for Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, today Villa Leonarda offers all the comforts of world-class accommodations.