Casa Ki Bungalows - Troncones, Guerrero, Mexico

How Casa Ki Came To Be...

HibiscusIn 1992, after several years of vacationing in Zihuatanejo, we were looking for something new and different, so when we met Dewey McMillan one morning while sipping coffee at a local diner, we were open to his suggestion of a day trip to a “neat little beach just up the road a bit” where he was  opening an inn.  We went for the day, stayed for a week and made an offer on a beachfront lot. “Wouldn’t it be fun if…”  Once back in Capitola, California we put the house on the market just to see what would happen.  It sold for full price in a week.  Immediately panic set in.  We really weren’t expecting this, so what to do now...?
Manzanillo Bay sunset, Troncones, Mexico Ed, working for a Senior non-profit company and myself a Registered Nurse working for Public Health...we’re not talking real risk takers here. But we had done just that! So, we took a leave of absence from our jobs, packed up books, clothes and dog into an old van and began our journey to Mexico. The rest is history. Without a real plan in mind, we built a two-bedroom house for ourselves and a separate, private bungalow. People came and loved the homey, comfortable, tranquil setting, so we added on two more bungalows, a community guest kitchen, a meditation / yoga palapa, and a well-stocked library. More people came and wanted to rent the house so we built ourselves a little crows' nest above the bodega.

The local villagers were (and still are) very friendly and supportive. What a warm, wonderful experience it's been. After almost 2 decades we still love the charm of this quaint village. With the help of our daughter, Tina, who is now our Property Manager and lives on-site, we are able to enjoy some time away from Mexico and know that our little piece of paradise is being well taken care of. We have worked very hard to make Casa Ki what it is today and we hope you will come see for yourselves what a special place it really is!

Ellen Weston

View from Bungalow Azul

Tina Morse
Phone: +52 (755) 553-2815
Apdo. Postal 405
CP 40880
Zihuatanejo, Guerrero

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Troncones Mexico Directory & Guide
Zihuatanejo Ixtapa Mexico Visitors Guide