In the Magical Town of Mazamitla, Jalisco, Flintstones fans can spend a magical night in the home of the ‘modern Stone Age family’. The three-bedroom cabin, inspired by the beloved Hanna-Barbera-produced 1960s cartoon, is an exact replica of the set of the 1994 live-action movie starring John Goodman and Elizabeth Perkins as Fred and Wilma.
It is not only the cabin’s façade that has this theme, but everything inside, including the showers, is inspired by the stone age, yet this unique cabin has all of the amenities and comforts you’d expect to find in a vacation rental.
Accommodating up to eight people, “La Casa de Piedra” has all the amenities and comforts of the modern age spread over two levels. There are three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, a dining room, and a fireplace. It also has internet service, for those who want to make their office a creative environment away from the hustle and bustle.
Outside there’s a large terrace with a working grill, so guests can throw huge BBQs and pretend they’re tucking into a spot of dinosaur steak, and a Flintmobile, perfect for selfies and pretending that you’re rolling through the streets of 4,000 B.C.
Located at Cuauhtémoc 69, Alto, in Mazamitla, Jalisco, La Casa de Piedra is perfectly situated for visiting other attractions in this Pueblo Mágico, such as the La Zanja Gardens, the El Salto waterfall, and many other local diversions.
The cost of staying at the Flinstone’s house varies: from Friday to Sunday the price is $5,000 pesos for two nights, while during the week you can enjoy the cabin for $4,000 MXN for two nights. For more information, or to make your reservations, call +52 333-498-6497.