About Casa Oasis


its History

One of the horses standing in front of the old Rancho Contento Stables, which is now Casita Tres (3)

Casa Oasis was originally a small horse ranch known as 'Rancho Contento'.  The ranch was owned by two Americans from Arizona,  Peggy L and Sam D who ran the ranch that contained four horse stables.  They converted one stable into a bedroom which today is our Uno  (Casita 1 ).   We have renovated the other three stables into two bedrooms (Casitas Dos and Tres), with the middle stable divided and converted into  kitchenettes and baths for Casitas Dos and Tres.

Peggy riding one of her horses on a local trail

Collection of photos from the Rancho Contento days

This was the original Casa on left 

& Stables (now Casitas) on the right when Peggy purchased the property

Your hosts Robert and his spouse Mark  purchased the property in the summer of 2019.  During the fall of that year they converted the stables into guest rooms and replaced the original  cobblestone walkway with a concrete walk and patios. 

The Casa today.  Main Casa (left), Casitas & Terraza (right)

Our Casa is  painted in vibrant colours that reflect the country of Mexico.

In addition, we have two beautiful wall murals created and painted by Mexico City artist Rachel Finklestein

The Jimador (right photo) is at the end of the walkway by Casita Tres. 

The Colibri Guerrero with the Artist (left photo) is by the Casa main entrance.

For more information on Rachel and her work, please visit: www.communityarte.com

Everywhere you go in Mexico you see colourful arts and handicrafts, buildings in various colours and a culture that in itself is very colourful and rich.  We have attempted with our Casa and your visit to capture that same vibe.

Besides Robert (right photo) and Mark (left), three lovely dogs call Casa Oasis home. 

From left to right:  Sara, Dorothy and Jeb

Dorothy, Jeb and Sara are guard/watch dogs

They are all friendly with our guests and love company


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