Entering into Casa Luna, you begin your stay by enjoying the sunlit atrium filled with books, videos, music and the history of El Rocio. The next room you enter into is the dining area supported by the "Tree of Life". This hundred year old mesquite tree grew on the property and Craig Morton, original owner and builder of El Rocio, chose to showcase the tree as the main support of the house. The chandelier lit dining room contains two Harvard Law Library tables which has seating for 12 guests. Beyond is the sunken living room with a free standing fireplace and a panoramic view of the backyard. This is Marsha Nelson's favorite room. The fully equipped kitchen area features an island that was crafted from a Texas cypress tree. The house has three bedrooms. Each room contains either a king sized bed or two twin beds.
The most memorable feature of Casa Luna is the master bathroom with its sunken tub encased with ceramic tile from the 40's and 50's in the design of a turtle. The house also has a small meeting room that can accommodate up to 20 workshop participants. The patio area can host evening affairs under the stars. El Rocio Retreat is available for Bed and Breakfast (B&B) as well as intimate retreats or corporate meetings. High Speed WiFi, video projector with screen, and an erasable board are now available on our property.
Prepare your own abundant breakfast in a beautiful kitchen including eggs, bacon or sausage, fresh fruit, hot or cold cereal, toast, coffee, tea, juice and milk. One unique feature of this rental property is that the entire house is available for your private or personal use. The master bedroom contains a king-sized bed which can be converted into two twin beds. A second bedroom contains a queen-sized bed. A third bedroom is also available with a king-sized bed or two twin beds. A typical morning of B & B could include sitting out on the back patio overlooking the natural habitat and wildlife, sipping fresh coffee and enjoying freshly made breakfast. There is available sleeping for 8 guests.