Concierge.com's insider take:
San Miguel's oldest B&B is centered around a lush courtyard of jacaranda trees, geraniums, and bougainvillea. Originally built in 1966 as a private home for Connecticut escapees Charles and Gladys Schuck, the property now has ten guest suites done up in cheerful colors like orange, bright green, and aquamarine. Each contains a huge tiled bathroom, towering 12-foot ceilings, working fireplace, and French doors. The common rooftop terrace has plenty of space for sunning, as well as views over the city's rooftops, churches, and the distant Bajio Mountains. Traditional Mexican fare is offered at the onsite lunch restaurant; the cozy heated pool is a welcome relief after a long day of sightseeing.