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Looking for a small and unique family run place, ideally something with nice grounds or farm, or in the city, a old Spanish colonial buildi g.

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    Casa San Francisco almost 9 years ago

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    Casa San Francisco about 7 years ago

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    We stayed in three places in Granada.

    The first was Hotel Valeria, we arrived late at night and were tired from all the travel. The taxi driver took us here. It was spotless and had air conditioning it was much more than we usually pay at $35-$50 a night depending on the room. She is lovely if a bit nuts! There are fridges in the room and we negotiated breakfast into the price. But it is expensive for what you get.

    We spent a couple of nights for our anniversary at Granada Spa which was $89 a night - different prices for different rooms. Quirky but lovely rooms, each very different. Their pool area is amazing and the front of the hotel is the chocolate factory cafe which does amazing breakfasts included in the price. And the massages etc are pretty good too - we got some free with the room.

    Then we stayed at La Siesta which was $20 a night with a shared bathroom 1 bathroom between two rooms. A lovely couple with a young girl - includes breakfast. It is a small family run hostel with only a few rooms around a courtyard.

    The other place we would have stayed except it was full was Momento Hostel which had great reviews and was nice and cheap and new. almost 7 years ago

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    Oh and you can pay $5 to just visit the pool in Granada Spa which we would have done had we known earlier :) almost 7 years ago

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