Villas San Miguel


New Year 2013 Special .. Stay 5 or more nights and Save in January 2013 only !

New Year 2013 Special !!

Stay 5 or more nights and Save in January 2013 only !

 

Receive 1 night FREE for every 5 nights reserved

Reserve 5 to 9 nights and receive 1 night FREE

Reserve 10 to 14 nights and receive 2 nights FREE

Reserve 15 to 19 nights and receive 3 nights FREE

 

* This is a limited time offer. You must book directly through our website 

* This offer cannot be combined with any other offers and is not valid on holidays

 

Casa Schuck.com

937.684.4092 within the USA

415.15.26618 within Mexico

CasaSchuck@yahoo.com

Azafran Room

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Azafran Room

$190.00 a night for 2 people

For 2 people w/ taxes and daily breakfast at CASA SCHUCK

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Furnished: YES
Max. Persons: 2
Children: YES
Pets: NO
Distance to Town: 3 Blocks to MAIN SQUARE
TV/Cable: NO
*King sized bedding or 2 Twin beds, which ever you choose…. This room is on the main level. Bright, light and airy. It has a private full bath with shower and bathtub. 

This house has a great rooftop deck and is very cozy to read in a quite corner. You are entitled to full use of pool, and all ammenties at CASA SCHUCK with this rental.

Laurel Room

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Laurel Room 

$220.00 a night for 2 people

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King-sized bed or (2) Twin sized beds and a Double bed pull out bed. Can sleep up to 4 people

$220.00 usd (2) people
$250.00 usd (3) people
$280.00 usd (4) people 

w/taxes and full breakfast at CASA SCHUCK just steps away….

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Furnished: YES
Max. Persons: 4
Children: YES
Pets: NO
Distance to Town: 3 Blocks to MAIN SQUARE
TV/Cable: NO
This room has two levels. The King-sized bed is in an upper loft, very private and the pullout is on the main level with a gas log fireplace and private bathroom with shower.

This house has a great rooftop deck and is very cozy to read in a quite corner. You are entitled to full use of pool, and all ammenties at CASA SCHUCK with this rental.

Romero Room

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Romero Room

$220.00 a night for 2 people

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Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Furnished: YES
Max. Persons: 3
Children: YES
Pets: NO
Distance to Town: 3 Blocks to MAIN SQUARE
TV/Cable: YES

King-sized bed or (2) Twin sized beds and a separate Twin bed in a small sitting room with a chimney & TV off the Master room. Can sleep up to 3 people

$220.00 usd (2) people
$250.00 usd (3) people

w/taxes and full breakfast at CASA SCHUCK just steps away

This house has a great rooftop deck and is very cozy to read in a quite corner. You are entitled to full use of pool, and all ammenties at CASA SCHUCK with this rental.

Villas San Miguel

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San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico.

 

History of San Miguel de Allende

The town of San Miguel de Allende was founded in 1542 by the Franciscan monk Fray Juan de San Miguel. It was an important stopover on the Antiguo Camino Real, part of the silver route from Zacatecas, Zacatecas to Veracruz. The town featured prominently in the Mexican War of Independence. General Ignacio Allende, one of San Miguel’s native sons, was a leading player in the war against Spain for independence. Allende, captured in battle and beheaded, is a national hero. San Miguel el Grande renamed itself “San Miguel de Allende” in 1826 in honor of his actions.

Early History of San Miguel

By 1900, San Miguel de Allende was in danger of becoming a ghost town. Declared a national historic monument in 1926 by the Mexican government, development in the historic district is restricted in order to preserve the town’s colonial character. During the Cristero uprising in Mexico, when clergy and their families were persecuted, the grandchildren of Gen. Mariano Escobedo came to San Miguel de Allende, which was conveniently in a secluded condition while verging on being a ghost town. The six children of the daughter of Mariano Escobedo, Donna Maria del Refugio, were Don Anastasio Lopez Escobedo, Don Ezequiel Lopez Escobedo, Dr Ignacio Lopez Escobedo, and the sisters, Balbina and Isabella Lopez Escobedo. The elder child was a Cura, a charismatic head priest, Don Jose Lopez Escobedo, for whom the family was persecuted. The Cura Jose Lopez is interred at the main altar under St. Peter in the main Parroquia church of San Miguel, with a beautiful dedication to his work restoring the church in the 20th century. Lopez Escobedo is interred in the Church by the world-famous and miraculous Christ of the Conquest. The family fled their native home hacienda, Hacienda de los Lopez, to San Miguel Allende, where the Escobedo had a home, on Calle de Mesones and where a plaque still identifies the house. Few descendants from this family live in San Miguel, as only Don Ezequiel Lopez Escobedo had children. The eldest of his grandchildren is Marcela Andre Lopez, an international teacher and designer of jewel garlands now in residence in the historic district in one of Don Ezequiel Lopez Escobedo’s homes. Sr. Ezequiel Lopez Basurto, son of Don Ezequiel Lopez Escobedo, has presided over many works by the Rotary Club.

San Miguel in the 20th Century

In the early 20th century, the family fortune of the Lopez Escobedo brothers and sisters was largely donated to schools for girls, convents for nuns, or lost to older distant relatives and people helped by the family who falsified papers or discovered hidden treasure after Don Ezequiel’s sudden stroke and death. The impoverished barkeeper’s assistant who found Don Ezequiel’s property deeds and gold kept the find from Don Ezequiel’s widow and five children who suffered hardships as orphans. The barkeeper’s assistant had leased the store at Calle Relox and San Francisco Street from Don Ezequiel’s widow and in the abundant inventory found more than could have been imagined.

Stirling Dickinson Influence on San Miguel de Allende

In 1938, Peruvian artist Felipe Cossio del Pomar established San Miguel’s first art school, the Escuela Universitaria de Bellas Artes. It was located in the former convent that houses the present Bellas Artes. He offered the position of Art Director to American artist and writer Stirling Dickinson. Dickinson taught Spanish, botany and landscape painting, as well as taking students on field trips as part of his “Aspects of Mexico” course. Dickinson’s impact on San Miguel was manifested in many ways. He had arrived in San Miguel before daybreak on February 7, 1937. At the Jardín, Dickinson looked up at the spires of the Parroquia poking through the mist. “My God, what a sight!” he said to himself. “I’m going to stay here.” After five years in San Miguel, Dickinson was named a Favored Adopted Son, the only American to be so honored by the mayor’s office. Two years later, he was honored by the governor for his work with founding a baseball team for young Mexicans. The baseball field he helped build and finance was named Campo Stirling Dickinson. Dickinson began what was probably the largest private orchid collection in Mexico, a lifelong interest that was highlighted by the discovery of Encyclia dickinsoniana and having a second named after him in recognition of his work, Cypripedium dickinsonianum. When Dickinson first arrived in San Miguel in 1937 he and his writing partner had purchased an old tannery on Santo Domingo on the way to the Atascadero Hotel above town for the equivalent of 90 U.S. dollars. The present property is worth in the millions of dollars. Despite his abundant gifts to charity, his tomb is a simple and unadorned, apparently unvisited as would normally be the case in Mexico. He is buried in the American section of the city graveyard of Sra. de Guadalupe.

 

Casa Cordelli – Villas de Lujo en San Miguel de Allende, México!

Villas con una vista espectacular de la ciudad, y la tranquilidad adecuada para apreciar la fusión del atardecer y la noche!

Casa Schuck, excelente Boutique Hotel en San Miguel de Allende, México!

Visitanos puedes tener una estancia confortable, ademas de un evento privado o una Boda Romántica Colonial!

San Miguel De Allende

San Miguel de Allende Mexico has never felt better I have seen some perfect days but today is just a smashing day to live in Mexico. Casa Schuck is beaming with beauty. Thank you to the team of Allende mexico and and Ole Ole Marketing for helping us to make it to the top. 

Totally romantic
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Totally romantic
5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 12, 2011
I was only a guest to a wedding At Casa Schuck and still it left me breathless. It is absolutely beautiful inside with many little courtyards, a rooftop deck and richly decorated rooms. The staff completely catered the event and helped coordinate the whole evening…which was fantastic! Very kind people and the food was delicious. We actually stayed down the street from Casa Schuck but next time we will definately make reservations to stay there. Again Beautiful!