Room 21

Room 21, located in the Historic Annex (Vander Wagen family‘s original home), features 2 twin beds fitted with high quality linen, colorful comforters, Pendleton Mills wool blankets, a spacious desk of Mexican, rustic design and solid, fragrant pine, and a comfortable sitting area. The beds can be joined into a king size (headboards by the Zuni Woodworking enterprize – located nearby, also a division of Zuni Shopping Center).

A wall mounted LCD television set driven by satellite-based DishTV network stands ready to inform & entertain guests. This room is cozy, well lit in the morning especially and lets in soothing water fall sounds from the pond below. Its south-facing window looks onto the one of the Annex’ own tree-shaded patios, often gaily lit at night. Its “tongue and groove” knotty pine paneling also makes this room a favorite of Guests traveling together and wishing to enjoy the Inn’s country feeling comfortably and economically.

This room has been recently renovated and now has its own en-suite bathroom.

The hallway features a refreshment / coffee / tea station well provided for and including a small refrigerator, a microwave oven, and an icemaker.  It also leads to a spacious, tree-lined, private, elevated deck overlooking the pond just below: another favorite lounging spot during clement evenings!

Original paintings by Zuni artists Reynold Banteah, Harmon Chimoni, Albert Chopito, Joann Peina and Chris Natachu adorn the walls: all those items were produced by the artists during their formative years – they were all acquired over many years via annual Art Shows held at the Zuni High School.