This is a perfect getaway for someone looking to escape from the entanglements of technology and be surrounded by natural as well as architectural beauty. Don't be fooled by the negative reviews ragging on the service--this is a Bed & Breakfast, with the owner's family living and working on the property. Everyone was nice and accommodating, though definitely casual.
The property has a rustic, southwestern feel. The adobe/terra cotta colors of the buildings with views of Enchanted Rock make for impressive panoramas. The attention to detail of the decor in the common areas--the lodge, the chapel/grotto, the dining room, the grounds in general--is impeccable, though, there were a few places within our room (for example the modern fridge, microwave, and digital thermostat) that seemed a bit incongruous; however, these stood out as convenient amenities. The fireplace in the room was a big plus.
Dinner was incredible--our chef, Elvis, added to our stay not only with his out-of-this-world cooking, but his sociable disposition. Beforehand, I thought the menu seemed a bit pricey... not afterward, though! Thanks for one of the best filets I've ever had!
I would definitely recommend this place to someone looking for a unique, relaxing getaway.
NOTE: As someone with mobility issues--I have poor balance and use a cane, there were a few areas where I needed to exercise a bit more caution in getting around; however, these areas are fairly conspicuous and I found getting around fairly easy.
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