Adobe Guadalupe

Off Carretera 3 through Guadalupe village, 6 km (4 miles) along same road, right turn at town of Porvenir, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California Norte, 22750, Mexico

Brick archways, white-stucco walls, and fountains set a tone of endless pleasure and relaxation at Tru Miller's magnificent country inn surrounded by vineyards. She has won several awards for her interestingly blended wines, helping to bring outside attention to the valley. Established in 1997, Adobe Guadalupe was one of the first vineyards to be planted in the region, and today it remains among the best with lovely wines (and rooms) named after angels. A fountain courtyard separates rooms from the main house where breakfast is served at a long wooden table. Most come here to relax and enjoy the wines, meaning rooms are simple and lack TVs and Wi-Fi (although both are available in the library). The inn's talented chefs do an admirable dinner in the romantic dining room, generously paired with Adobe Guadalupe wines, for $75 per person. Tru's stable of beautiful horses—she'll take you around the valley and to nearby wineries—is yet another draw.


  • lovely setting
  • engaging owner
  • rates include wine tasting and breakfast


  • weekends usually booked six months in advance
  • chilly pool
  • no children under 12


Phones: 646-155–2094 | 949-733–2744-in U.S.


6 rooms
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted Breakfast