Finding the place is not so easy, because of the way the streets are named and one way patterns. You have to get to the intersection of 38th and 39th as crazy as that sounds. You can't just ask anyone because this place is discreet with no big signage, and not well known to the locals. But that all adds to the adventure of driving in Mexico! Also, don't plan on watching TV. They have one in the room, but you won't find any channels in English.
This is a small inn with 8 units. It's run by a sister-brother pair who grew up in the house and named the business after their grandmother. It exudes charm, grace, privacy, comfort, and seclusion. Although it's smack in the center of Valladolid, just a1/2 block from the center square, once you're inside the walls, it feels quiet and secluded. The manicured gardens are gorgeous. The home made breakfast was one to write home about--three courses, at least, with fresh mango juice, divine fruit plate with homemade yogurt, omelette and empanada, fruit crepe for dessert, served in the divine gardens on linen tablecloths and embroidered placemats--definitely not your standard 'breakfast included' fare. The room was large, clean, with huge walk-in shower large enough for two. Our suite, the Sisal on second floor, had a large hot tub adjacent to bedroom. Furnishings were charming, traditional, beautiful. Lots of personalized service. A really great place to stay! There's no phone in the room, but we never missed it. This place was an experience!