... formerly Granados Room
Historic architectural details found in Merida and surrounding villages, furnishings are now a Colonial shaker style. Blame my mother. She left me her North Carolina Appalachian farmstead. It’s now more Daniel Boone than Enrique Granados. So, we try out a new name to see if it sticks. The bedding is now queen (no singles). Reached by a second story Monet-inspired Japanese bridge from the main house, which hangs over the pool and is touched by the palm trees, this memory of an earlier life in Appalachia is in cool shades of grey and blue. The bath is en suite.