Quinta Zoe B&B in Queretaro Mexico
Quinta Zoe B&B Queretaro Mexico Bed and Breakfast Cooking Language School Lodgings Accommodations


Host: Zoe Sherrill

Guestrooms: 3

Address: Queretaro, Mexico

Telephone: 442 130-5879 (Mexico)
818 237-5307 (USA + Fax)
Toll Free: 1 888 430-7509

Activities/Attractions: Santiago de Queretaro City is the capital of the State of Queretaro, located 220 km to the north of Mexico City by the federal highway 57D in Mexico.

Founded in 1531, the historic downtown offers the visitor over 460 years of history and tradition through its aqueduct, temples, mansions and palaces that make of this city one of the most beautiful colonial spots. Queretaro is a safe, beautiful and very clean in the heart of Mexico. It is a walking town complete with:

  • cantera stone walkways
  • museums
  • shops
  • restaurants
  • several tree-filled plazas

The historic center is filled with colorful colonial buildings, some several hundred years old. The Mexican constitution was signed in Queretaro's own Teatro Republico.

Parallel to this historical environment is the fresh and fun Queretaro, offering attractive options of music to dance or listen, different sorts of live shows and a great variety of international an Mexican cuisine.


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Quinta Zoe B&B Queretaro Mexico

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General Information: Come to colonial Queretaro in central Mexico ... declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1996. Stay with us in one of the most convenient locations in town - Quinta Zoe B&B, an 18th century building right in the heart of the historic center. Whether you want an activity-filled vacation, a romantic hideaway, a working retreat or to learn cooking or Spanish, Quinta Zoe is the place to stay. Here at Quinta Zoe, we want to make your stay both comfortable as well as memorable.

For your enjoyment, our guest rooms line the main patio with fountain, hand-painted tile murals, plants and comfortable seating. And for your safety, there are safes in each room as well as private, secured entrances.

  • Newly refurbished 18th century room with 15’ wood-beamed ceilings and 2’ thick walls
  • All new private bathroom with shower
  • Hand-painted Mexican tile mural in each bathroom
  • Comfortable mattress; choice of king, queen, double or twin beds
  • All cotton sheets and large fluffy bath towels
  • Closet, dresser, table and comfortable chairs
  • Wrought iron chandelier made here in Mexico to our specifications
  • Cable television with English-speaking channels
  • Internet hook-up
  • Electronic safe for valuables
  • Private entrance off the main patio
  • Ceiling fan
  • Thermostatically controlled ceramic gas heater
  • Purified water in every room
  • Non-smoking environment
  • Evening cocktails on the rooftop terrace

We also offer Cooking classes by Chef Zoe and Private Spanish classes taught by native speakers.

Payment Accepted: Cash or PayPal.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).

$75/night (single or double) - 2 night minimum
$30/each extra person

American breakfast, our own orientation guide and emergency internet phone calls are all included in the rate.