Room 2

“We appreciate it: this room is set up
according to A.D.A. regulations!”
– Elizabeth & Lillian, guests in 1998

Room 2 features a queen-size bed (fitted with a pillow-top mattress) and corner wash basin.  It is our best handicapped accessible room, right off the Inn’s entrance, with wider access doors and seated shower. NOTE: this room no longer shares bathroom facilities with Room 1. The furnishings are of Mexican, rustic design, built of solid, fragrant pine.  A large armoire offers hanging space for clothing with additional storage areas for your accessories. A working desk with storage spaces for documents and supplies distinguishes this room. Heating is furnished by a vented, thermostatically controlled gas heater, while cooling during the few hot Zuni summer days is insured by a refrigerated air conditioner, a ceiling fan and ample window openings. The room is lavishly appointed with Indian design rugs, bright comforter & curtains, and a Pendleton Mills wool Blanket. A wall mounted LCD television set driven by satellite-based DishTv network stands ready to inform & entertain guests. Original paintings include water colors by Herrin Othole (Art Instructor at Zuni High School) and T. Tsethlikai, and work by Elaine Thomas (your Innkeeper’s spouse!) The “Corn Mountain” photo is by George Bradley. An ideal room for a single Guest or a couple, or to be reserved along with Room 1 for a larger party of relative or friends.