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The front of the Micro Casa. A nice deck to watch the goings on out there. Pelicans, frigates, terns and osprey hunt right off the beach pretty much daily. Very entertaining.
The front of the Micro Casa. A nice deck to watch the goings on out there. Pelicans, frigates, terns and osprey hunt right off the beach pretty much daily. Very entertaining.
  • The front of the Micro Casa. A nice deck to watch the goings on out there. Pelicans, frigates, terns and osprey hunt right off the beach pretty much daily. Very entertaining.
  • Different view with the same view.
  • Embrace yourself within a tasteful, yet spectacular selection of incredible exotic hardwoods cut and milled here in our state, Quintana Roo.
  • A local carpenter in Noh Bec made the cabinets and counter tops. The counter tops, desk and bed frame are made from solid  Katalox, a crazy heavy but incredibly beautiful wood, it’s colouring ranging from near white to solid black in colour. 

The cabinets are solid Caoba, a local breed of Mahogany. It has a warm, honey colour to it. It’s beautiful. 

The kitchen offers a small 2 burner stove, refrigerator, sink and all the cutlery, cleaning supplies, pots, pans and a nice coffee press. We’ll throw in the coffee.
  • The view from the loft. PLEASE NOTE: The initial design of the loft was for storage of bags, gear and the likes. I have a ordered a cushion for up there but frankly, we prefer nice quiet couples. 

Tho.... we understand completely that someday, one of our guests will receive a text from an old buddy who happens to be in Tulum and wants to come see you.....yeah, better get on that cushion.
  • The sliding bathroom door was my design, built locally using local woods only. It’s simply magnificent. I know quite a few Guitar builders and this place makes them crazy. When closed, the door exposes a full length mirror with hangers for fdresses to the right. Remember, this is a Tiny House, living small can be liberating. In short, Simple is good.
  • A typical “full time residential” Tiny Home needs to sacrifice shower space to store life’s stuff. My design caters more to a “tourist” market, less storage, more core requirements. That’s why we have a shower that fits 2 comfortably. 

Being an Eco destination, we ask that you be conscious of water conservation values. We have no water or electrical service where we are. You are literally living in a jungle right on a natural Caribbean beach. 

All of the water is trucked in so we do respectfully ask that you be thrifty with your water consumption. Best idea would be to shower together. 

The Micro Casa has a very robust solar system which stores energy from solar
panels into a big bank of batteries. All interior and exterior lights are LED and better yet, they are all the nice soft LED’s bringing out the warmth of the exotic woods. Of course, they are on dimmers so you can make it very cosy indeed.
  • OK.... so we have a composting toilet. Please don’t be alarmed. It’s quite simple and beneficial to our environment. The Separett model is the best of the best. It also has a fan that draws any odour out of the unit. 

Fear not, we’ll start you out with a nice clean unit.
  • Everything you need to cook small meals for up to 4
  • Cutlery drawer. We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of our left handed corkscrew. We’ll keep you posted on that one.
  • And what is inside drawer #2? Basic cleaning supplies. Woo Hoo!

Oh oh...: please, please, please. The countertop is crazy beautiful and also very hard. Still, the varnish isn’t quite as durable. We have a few cutting boards for you to choose from.
  • Nice new cookware. Peg is jealous.
  • Wait a second. Is that the beach right...::THERE???
  • If you get bored of the view from the deck, scooch just past the trees to the right of the deck and you’ll find a picturesque view with exceptional sun exposure.
  • Looking north from your beach. Not a soul to be seen.
  • Looking south from your beach. No neighbours for 800 meters.
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The front of the Micro Casa. A nice deck to watch the goings on out there. Pelicans, frigates, terns and osprey hunt right off the beach pretty much daily. Very entertaining.