We arrived at Casa Granada on a Friday afternoon. We chose this property based on the positive TA recommendations from other travelers. This B&B is a lovely property, which is located strategically on the river in Mulege. The room was nice, clean, comfy bed, decent shower, nice Talavera sinks. The bath towels were not great, but were sufficient. 2 bottles of drinking water by the bedsides.
The owners (Christian and Lina) were friendly, and we enjoyed the brief conversations with them over breakfast. The breakfast costs an additional $7, but was well worth it. We were there in late December, and it was VERY cold at night. There was no wall heater or space heater, which would have been nice (but not expected).
Just remember, we are talking about Mulege, B.C. - there are no "fancy" hotels here. With that said, we would definitely stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casa Granada in Mulege is a spacious villa constructed from local stone, on the Mulege Estuary, surrounded by palm trees, and including gated parking. We offer four nicely tiled guest rooms with views, bath, fridge and microwave, and two secluded Casitas with their own patio and out-doors kitchen, all at a budget price. Breakfast of your choice on request. We wellcome your 1 or 2 wellbehaved pets. Two older Seda Kayaks, one sit-on-top, and ping-pong are available. You are welcome to use the pool of neighboring Hotel Serenidad. Walking past the fishing boat lauch in front and airstrip you have access to miles of beaches and -Mulege's best kept secret: a large dune belt with lush vegetation. We will be happy to arrange Tours, horse-back riding, and fishing trips for you. ... more less