Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico
Hacienda La Trinidad - Guanajuato, Mexico

Hacienda La Trinidad

4 - 12 Keys 5 Bedrooms 16 Guests 5 baths

Description

Welcome to Guanajuato, the birthplace of famed muralist Diego Rivera, whose historic old town and the adjacent silver mines are listed as one of Mexico’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Guests will take a trip back in history after entering this superb Hacienda La Trinidad, where film directors Tim Burton and Olive Stone have enjoyed a stay here in the past.

Built more than 400 years ago by the Spaniards, this architectural gem is the perfect haven for all creative guests to find their moment of inspiration. This hacienda seems like a temple suspended in time, where each element has been preserved and remained intact. The old stone walls of this former silver refiner are as spectacular as the wood that embeds all the ceilings and the various furniture of the property.

Built over two levels and divided into two separate residences, the soft lightning and bright natural colours, from dark brown to cream to white, as well as its variation of materials, from ceramics to glass or leather, are the beauty of this estate. Lavishly appointed, Hacienda La Trinidad has a unique architecture and features every modern convenience and luxury furnishing has to make this a splendid property for your holiday.

Inside the 18,622 sq. ft. (1,731m2) property, guests will be amazed by the spacious and inviting living area offering a wonderful space for guests to be together and relax. The wood burning stove in the fireplace and comfy sofas for relaxing after a long day in the sun invite guests to read a book while enjoying the taste of a glass of red Guanajuato wine. The cosy and welcoming space also features various tables, a flat screen SAT-TV, as well as large windows and glass doors opening onto the outdoor patio surrounded by the lush, green orchard gardens.

Among the particular characteristics of the property, the roof of all the 5 ensuite bedrooms is 13ft. (4m.) high, which gives the space unique perspectives and offers guests a unique Mexican experience. With 5.5 bathrooms, 2 king size beds, 3 queen size beds, and 3 sofa beds, Hacienda La Trinidad can comfortably accommodate up to 16 guests and offers magnificent views of the surroundings. At the back of the property, the gardens are the ideal place to relax and enjoy the mild Mexican climate. Guests will be able to grill up some great food on the gas BBQ for delicious al fresco meals and enjoy mellow evenings while admiring the gardens illuminated with dozens of candles, which turn evenings into magical nights.

Hacienda La Trinidad is a haven where guests have the space and tranquility to relax and escape, and is a stunning luxury exclusive-use venue for special occasions, house parties, weddings and corporate events.

The charming city of Guanajuato has many narrow streets and alleys, and ‘El Callejon del Beso’, is he narrowest, with balconies of the opposing houses kissing each other. This is the reason why couples traditionally kiss each other on the third step, to be guaranteed years of happiness! Stroll along the historic completely pedestrian streets of the Old Town, a labyrinth of walkable streets and elaborate network of subterranean streets. The Old Town is also home to the 17th-century Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Guanajuato, a striking yellow church that sits on a small hill and dominates the Plaza de la Paz. From there, head to the one of the most popular places to visit in Guanajuato, to live a thrilling experience at the Mummy Museum, with 100 well-preserved mummies.

Beautiful Guanajuato has been a haven for artists and creative types for some time, including one of Mexico’s most famous artists, Diego Rivera. The muralist and mosaic artist, and Frida Kahlo’s husband, was actually born in Guanajuato, and the small ‘Museo y Casa de Diego Rivera’ has some sketches and paintings by Rivera, displayed in the home where he grew up.

Guests wishing cityscape shots and panoramic views of Guanajuato, the Monumento al Pipila is your place. Climb the hill by funicular and discover this monument that is a tribute to a local Guanajuato hero, “El Pipila,” one of the major heroes in Mexican folk tales.

At nighttime, experience an evening stroll, locally called ‘callejonedas’, in the streets and plazas in which you are accompanied by strolling musicians dressed in period costumes! A number of important festivals and celebrations occur throughout Guanajuato, including local religious and historical fiestas that celebrate popular folklore and practices.

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Property Details

Size

Single Family Home with 2 levels
5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 18622 square feet, 1731 square meters

Bedrooms

King, King, Queen, Queen, and Queen
16 guests maximum

Nearest airport

Guanajuato International Airport
20 minutes by car

Property View

Enjoy the views of the 2 Interior gardens and the courtyards with estancia

Property ID

32624

Amenities

Pets Welcome Upon Approval
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest

  • Arts
  • Equestrian
  • Hike
  • Shopping
  • Wine Country
  • Rappelling in Los Capulines - Walking through these landscapes and rappelling as an adventure activity is always a challenge!
  • Overnight Camping with Trail Riding in San Miguel de Allende - Ride horseback into the scenic mountains and sleep under the stars with this excursion.
  • Archaeological Experience in Cañada de la Virgen - Get a rare insight into the Otomi people, one of Mexico's indigenous groups. during this immersive tour!
  • Hiking at Sierra Gorda - Hike, cave and enjoy a culinary adventure in Vergel, in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, undoubtedly one of the most fantastic spots you can visit in this magical country!
  • Hot air balloon - Fly over San Miguel de Allende and contemplate the beauty of its landscapes!

Places of Interest

  • Al Pipila Monument (10 min by car) - The monument to El Pípila honors the hero who torched the Alhóndiga gates in 1810, enabling Hidalgo's forces to win the first victory of the independence movement.
  • Juarez Theatre (15 min by car) - Regarded as one of Mexico’s premier theaters, it is one of the most architectural stunning buildings in the city with magnificent exterior and beautiful interior.
  • Museum of the Mummies (15 min by car) - This remarkable attraction features over 100 mummies that were formed naturally in the local cemetery.
  • Jardín de la Unión (15 min by car) - Facing the Templo de San Diego, this triangular-shaped plaza is lined with restaurants, bars and cafes is the perfect place to listen to live music from street musicians and buy some street food!
  • Guanajuato’s Grand Basílica (20 min by car) - Painted in powerful shade of yellow with wine red detail, the Basilica is both the most visually striking and historically important monument of the city.
  • Guanajuato University (20 min by car) - The beautiful Universidad de Guanajuato features a dramatic main entrance with 133 steps leading to the entry door. A nice place to sit for a while and people-watch!
  • Diego Rivera museum (20 min by car) - Diego Rivera's birthplace is now an excellent museum honoring the famous artist, who was persona non grata here for years.