This restored 18th-century house stands next to Ignacio Allende's home and opposite the Parroquia. A great location for sure, and the view is spectacular, but be forewarned that La Parroquia's bells might wake you up at all hours. The rooms surround a lavish courtyard, which has a lovely fountain, umbrella-shaded tables, and a plethora of vines tumbling down the stucco walls. Rooms are sparsely decorated—you won't find the profusion of folk art or bold colors that decorate
many of the hotels in the region—but they don't lack comfort or amenities. You might fare better against the ever-chiming bells with one of the newer rooms toward the back. The hotel's restaurant, La Felguera, hosts live music every night of the week except Sunday.