The SpaceOjos de Agua is situated at 8,000 feet (2,490m) in a beautiful valley. Its name was given by locals due to the natural springs just outside the ranch. Although we are frequently visited by hikers, mountain bikers and paraglinders, the small community is mostly comprised of local farmers. Los Saucos village is only a 10 min walk from the ranch and hosts a couple modest yet delightful restaurants as well as local groceries and bakeries. The area is not frequented by tourists.
The ranch is uniquely positioned to enjoy the best of Valle de Bravo. We're just 5 min away from Rancho Avandaro, 1hr from the Toluca airport and and 90 min away from Mexico City. Guest AccessGuests will have access to their own Michoacan style cabin, originaly built half a century ago, refurbished to include a private bathroom with a composting toilet and large shower, a cozy kitchen with gas stove and a small dining table, a comfy queen size bed, closet space, heat and hot water. The cabin features a private outdoor garden with a veranda and sun beds where guests can enjoy a fresh organic breakfast or simply sit to contemplate, read or meditate. As the sun sets guests will enjoy candle and natural moon light with dramatic views of starred skies. Enjoy sounds of birds, flower scents, fresh air and breathtaking views from every angle.
The cabin has no electricity, but guests have access to as many candles needed, and electricity and regular (wet) toilet in the main house. Interaction with GuestsHot breakfast for the farm is included and is offered daily before 10am. Toilet is also cleaned daily. Lunch and dinner as well as laundry service and transportation can be offered for an additional charge.
Guests are welcome to enjoy Ojos de Agua's 15 acres of gardens, ponds, terraces and playgrounds. Isabel and the staff will be available to care for your needs, but will generally let you relax and enjoy. Our dogs: Lucas, Tacher and Duke, and our 3-4 cats may swing by every once in a while to say hi, but will generally stay out of your way. The NeighborhoodBesides Valle de Bravo, the surroundings include the Nevado de Toluca, Rancho Avandaro's Spa and Golf Club, and the Monarca Butterly Sanctuary, all within a short drive. Getting AroundThere are many ways to get to Valle the Bravo. The easiest from Mexico City is through the Observatorio Bus Terminal. Please visit TodoValle website for more alternatives on transportation. Other Things to NoteAlthough the property offers many attractions for kids, the cabin and lifestyle suits best for single adults looking to disconnect, meditate, read, write, study, investigate or research.