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Southern California Escape

For more than a century, The Inn and the community of Rancho Santa Fe have been popular destinations for those looking for a refined Southern California getaway. The Inn’s casual elegance perfectly complements the lush surroundings, making it a beloved destination for visitors from all over.

The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe, exterior guest room.

Destination Highlights

Solana Beach (5 mi.)

La Jolla Shores Beach (16 mi.)

Downtown San Diego (25 mi.)


Del Mar racetrack (5 mi.)

SAN International Airport (25 mi.)

SNA John Wayne (68 mi.)

Torrey Pines State Park (10 mi.)

Hiking, biking, & equestrian activities

Center of Rancho Santa Fe, CA

Rancho Santa Fe

Nestled amidst rolling hills and picturesque vistas, Rancho Santa Fe is a peaceful getaway. Guests can explore the lush landscapes and tranquil trails of the San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve or spend a leisurely afternoon strolling through the tree-lined Village of Rancho Santa Fe. The Pacific coastline is also easily accessible, allowing visitors to enjoy the beautiful Southern California beaches and water activities such as surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, and kayaking.

Timeless Glamour

The Inn has undergone a full reimagination of its 11-acre property. After reopening in the fall of 2023, The Inn now boasts unparalleled vintage luxury, rich history, and timeless tradition throughout every inch of the property and guest experience. Inspired by the history and timeless glamour of its Silver Screen heritage, each accommodation offers a unique experience devoted to lavish comfort, carefully researched, and curated with one-of-a-kind vintage pieces from around the world, layering design with detail to create a sense of elegance and respite.

A Historic Community

Architect Lilian Rice created a master plan for Rancho Santa Fe in 1921. She worked on the project for many years, overseeing the design and construction of the village center and several homes. The original plan created by Lilian is still in effect today, resulting in a unique community in Southern California with ample green space and low-density housing. In 1924, the Santa Fe Land Company built a guest house called ‘La Morada’ for potential homebuyers. It was later purchased and renamed ‘The Inn’ in 1941.


Getting Here

Just 10 minutes, or 5 miles, from Interstate-5 Freeway, The Inn is easily accessible by car or rideshare transportation. From San Diego International Airport (SAN), follow I-5 north to the Lomas Santa Fe Drive Exit in Solana Beach. Turn onto Lomas Santa Fe Drive, head east, and continue onto Linea Del Cielo. The Inn will be on your right.

5951 Linea Del Cielo Rancho Santa Fe, California 92067

(858) 221-4000 |

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