Antigua Capilla B&B – Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico

Antigua Capilla B&B - Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico

SUPERB HOSPITALITY, COMFORT, ELEGANCE

Welcome to San Miguel de Allende’s Antigua Capilla Bed and Breakfast, where we provide world-class hospitality, comfort and luxurious relaxation.

At Antigua Capilla B&B, we have fantastic views of the Parroquia and the city center from our outdoor living area and rooftop terrace. Our centrally located San Miguel B&B is just five minutes from the popular local Mexican artisan’s market on foot, and a ten- to fifteen-minute walk downhill will being you to the central Jardin in the historic San Miguel town square.

Your hosts Antonieta and Francisco welcome you to their beautifully furnished San Miguel de Allende Bed & Breakfast. Each of our ten unique guest rooms is decorated with handicrafts from all over Mexico, including copper from Santa Clara del Cobre in Michoacan and Mata Ortiz Pottery from Chihuahua.

Antigua Capilla B&B blends Spanish colonial architecture with a host of modern conveniences. 

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Antigua Capilla B&B – Gay Friendly San Miguel de Allende Bed & Breakfast

Antigua Capilla B&B

Antigua Capilla Bed and Breakfast in San Miguel de Allende offers you world class hospitality, comfort and elegance. Offering fantastic city center outdoor terrace views, our conveniently located B&B is a short downhill walk to the historic town square.

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Mexico Roadtrip – Once Upon a Journey

Mexico Roadtrip - Once Upon a Journey

Roadtripping through Central Mexico, the adventure has officially started. For a week we rent a car and drive from Guadalajara east, to places like Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende and Xilitla. We want to show people it’s safe to travel (by car) through Mexico. Even as blonde ladies. In case you missed it: my sister Denise joins our travels for the whole month of May. So there we go!!!

We leave our wonderful housesit and cute doggies and travel back to Guadalajara. In Guadalajara, we meet our friend Tata again and enjoy some typical Mexican things like mezcal (made from the Agave plant) and micheladas (beer with lime juice, assorted sauces, spices and peppers). Or well enjoy… we don’t really enjoy the micheladas, it’s the weirdest drink we have ever had. Then it’s time to pick up the rental car and take off…

Thanks to the all-in car rental from Sunny Cars we don’t have to worry about a thing! We have the ultimate freedom to go anywhere, and we are looking forward to that so very much. We start our journey from Guadalajara to Guanajuato and find out toll roads are pretty expensive in Mexico. For a three hour drive we pay 35 euros, guess we will not take toll roads anymore. We also find out that the freeways are much more fun to drive on, they aren’t that bad and we see more exciting things on the way.

By Roxanne Weijer – Full Story at Once Upon a Journey

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