Introducing, Rundles Gastronomic Tours.

November 9, 2014



Put on your walking shoes, and join us for a week in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico!

We have secured a fantastic villa called ‘SonjoWasi,’ located in centro San Miguel, for Tuesday, January 13 to Tuesday, January 20, 2015.  SonjoWasi is one of the largest exclusive garden properties in San Miguel, with a grand covered porch, terraces, lawns, cactus gardens and a beautiful swimming pool with a hot tub.  Now we are looking to share this marvelous 4000 sq. ft. property with 3 couples or 3 single guests.

SonjoWasi can accommodate up to 8 guests (there are 4 large bedrooms, all with private bathrooms).  The villa is fullly serviced by a maid, a cook, and gardeners.  There is filtered water throughout the house, free calls to the U.S.A., WiFi for your internet needs, and cable TV.

For more information, and to see photos of SonjoWasi, please visit:

To see a video tour of the property, please click here.

For T.A. reviews, please click here.

If you would like to share this stunning villa with us in San Miguel, the cost per couple or single guest is $1395.00 CAD for the week.


  • Travel planning assistance and support.  (Please see recommended airports mentioned below.)
  • Luxury accommodation for one week in San Miguel de Allende, hosted by Jim & Richard.
  • Mexican breakfasts and lunches cooked each day on the property by a Mexican cook.
  • Guided outings in and around San Miguel, with Jim & Richard.
  • Shopping service and groceries required for our cook.
  • Cooking and cleaning service, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages at the villa.
  • Laundry service, pressing and dry cleaning.
  • Gratuities for domestic staff. 

Not included:

  • Airfare.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Restaurant dinners in San Miguel.
  • Miscellaneous expenses (taxis, café visits, et cetera).


We were in San Miguel some years ago, and on this upcoming trip we are looking forward to seeing what’s new in the dining scene there (especially, seeing that a Rosewood hotel is now operating in San Miguel; recently we experienced the Rosewood ‘Mayakoba,’ located in Playa del Carmen, and were wonderfully surprised by the high quality of food, drink, and service offered).  Here are some of the restaurants we will consider during during our evenings in San Miguel:

During this trip, we will keep any eye out for promising Mexican vino, to see if new wineries are offering even better Mexican rosé, white, and red wines.  For example, on our recent visits to Mexico, we have enjoyed the Spanish-inspired varietal wines from a premium winery based in Baja California, called Adobe Guadalupe.  Tequila always tastes better in Mexico, so, we will also look to see what’s new on the shelves at premium liquor stores in San Miguel.

Lastly, a visit to Café San Agustin will be a must, at least once, for excellent churros and hot chocolate.



Closest airport: Guanajuato/León (BJX).  We usually fly from Chicago, to San Miguel (via Houston), landing at BJX.  From BJX, driving to San Miguel takes about 1.5 hours.

Other airport options include:

  • Mexico City (MEX): Driving from Mexico City to San Miguel takes about 3 hours.
  • Guadalajara (GDL): Driving from Guadalajara to San Miguel takes about 4 hours.


To book your stay, please get in touch with us by calling, 1.519.271.6442, or, send an inquiry to:

This will be the first of many guided trips to come, so, we do hope you will join us.


Ricardo & Jaime


Richard Maloney

James Morris

Rundles Gastronomic Tours

7 Cobourg Street,

Stratford, Ontario

Canada   N5A 3E4

Tel.: 1.519.271.6442

Fax: 1.519.271.3279

2 Responses to “Introducing, Rundles Gastronomic Tours.”

  1. Now that is really quite lovely… you have found a real gem of a place there.

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