It is our pleasure to share our home with guests from around the world. We have spent many hours, days and weeks preparing Casa Majahua for visitors. Spending time with our family and friends allowed us to decide what was ‘just right’ for our guests to enjoy Casa Majahua the way we do.
We have a handful of ‘themes’ that we ensure are present at Casa Majahua:
Private & Communal areas
Casa Majahua is a special home in an unspoiled area of Mexico built for four amigos who wished to share a slower pace life together away from fast-paced city life.
Casa Majahua was built with an open floor plan so guests can experience the natural beauty surrounding the property. There are ocean views from the living room, dining room, upper decks and each casita. The construction consists of local soft and hard woods (most of which are sustainable) and artisan craftsmanship is seen in every door, window, cabinet and gate.
The design and architecture of Casa Majahua largely came from the heads of our builder/architect team of Gustavo Jasso and Karina Cabaña. Gustavo, from Mexico, is Buddhist and has a strong attachment to Mother Earth. He is a leader in green building in the area. Karina is a degreed Architect from Argentina. She understood our vision, carried it forth, and delivered a very special home.