This converted 19th-century house, with only eight guest rooms, is unparalleled in design and comfort, owing to the loving care and attention of the owners. The pool deck is lined with hearty stone and brick; the painted walls of the foyer depict a fading, dusky scene; and gorgeous antiques are displayed throughout, completing the period feel in this hacienda that once belonged to a sugar baron. The attached La Copa wine bar and La Copa Cocina restaurant are open in the
Sep 21, 2008
Todos Santos Inn is very pretty. Off the beaten track and very peaceful and quiet. The atmosphere is serene and the pool is wonderful. Very small and quaint. Would we stay in Todos Santos again? No. Not because of the Inn but the town itself is dirty. Caffe Todos Santos is very expensive for breakfast. $12.00 for eggs and bacon. If the Inn was some place else it would be perfect.