The hotel is on the hill. A little bit of a hike. I enjoyed my stay. The bed was comfortable. Unfortunately the pool is cold . Nobody swam in there. The owners and staff are very friendly. Breakfast was good. Made fresh to order .About 10 minutes walk to town square.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Grandmother, Teresa, is originally form the State of Michoacán. In 1998 she retired from her business, and moved to the State of Jalisco. She became enamored with the panoramic views and the quality of the people in Ajijic. She soon purchased a beautiful piece of property and began the process of transforming it into the "Casa de la Abuela" B & B. Michoacán is known for artisans that produce precision works of art from various types of wood. Because of this, she decided to decorate each room with the furniture and art work which is typical of her home state. Creating beauty here is a continuing pastime, and each habitation is constantly changing and improving. ... more less
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