Corrugated roofing, cacti and adobe make up the aesthetic of this ranch in Arizona that is part shed, part homestead and part farm.
Rancho de la Osa's South-West ambience is a combination of bright Mexican colours, Spanish Mission style and sun baked Adobe bricks.
The vivid blue of the walls surrounding the swimming pool is the same colour as Frida Kahlo's Mexico City house.
This peaceful bedroom, one of the most secluded in the compound, was reputedly John Wayne's favourite.
The paddocks are a reminder that this is a riders' ranch. Guests can lend a hand with tasks like rounding up the cattle
An intimate dining area is an homage to Frida Kahlo the artist who helped take the colours of the Mexican village into mainstream culture.
The colours and textures are what you might expect of a ranch in the middle of Pago Indian country in Southern Arizona.
From $315 per night.