This grand old hacienda is located in the heart of the town's historical district, within walking distance to all the shops, restaurants and art galleries, as well as a beautiful beach for whale watching. If guests are planning to go on an excursion for a few days and get away from the main tourist centres to explore the peninsula, this is a great place to be based. If guests are just looking for a quiet place to read a good book (or write one), this is also the ideal spot for it. Built in the 1870s as a sugar baron's estate, this is the only historical hacienda hotel in Todos Santos. This former hacienda was also once the boyhood schoolhouse of General Meliton Albañez of the Mexican Revolution. It has now been carefully restored as a historic village inn. With its antiques, soaring beamed ceilings and courtyard gardens, it evokes a bygone era and is the perfect holiday retreat. Facilities available to guests at this charming 8-room historical hotel include a cloakroom, TV lounge, café, bar, pub, restaurant and wireless Internet access. Room service is provided and guests arriving by car may leave their vehicles in the hotel car park. All rooms come with a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer, and offer a double or king-size bed. The rooms are air-conditioned and open out onto a large terrace. They are for double occupancy and have space for a rollaway bed. Other in-room amenities include a direct dial telephone, radio, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and individually regulated heating. There is a heated outdoor swimming pool in the hotel grounds with a sun terrace with sun loungers and parasols laid out for use by the water's edge. Breakfast is served each morning at the hotel. Lunch and dinner can be enjoyed à la carte.