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We stayed for one night. It was tough to find and most of the streets are 1 way. The room was OK. Double bed with a mosquito net. Old TV and small frog. This is a family owned business. The older gentleman speaks good English...More
The place is very well located in the center of the village, the rooms are basic but the clean and fresh. The satff is friendly and available, common places are nice and quite. the prices are very reasonable.
Ambience, hospitality, and comfort at bargain rates; what more can you ask?
This small hotel with restaurant and bar together with the town are welcoming and pleasant.
Come and stay as long as you can.
Very friendly staff and clean accommodations. Facilties are old but then it is a historic hotel. Rooms border a nice curt yard full of plants. Good Internet connection and in the middle of town, but there is not much to see.
We ate here twice, once for lunch and once for dinner. The restaurant includes a beautiful little courtyard. There are little birds flying around, the environment is inviting and comfortable, like your nana's kitchen. The food is quite good. Just generally a very nice place...More
$44 - $46 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This question went out to travelers, not to the innkeeper. I have been to this place several times, however, and can tell you that there are only about 4-5 rooms and I don't think you can contact them ahead of arrival. My... More
This question went out to travelers, not to the innkeeper. I have been to this place several times, however, and can tell you that there are only about 4-5 rooms and I don't think you can contact them ahead of arrival. My experience is that you just show up and see if they have a room available - they probably do in the summer, but if not, there are other places in Mulege to stay. Have a great trip!