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Click on any garden villa number to view photos, and more details. Rancho La Puerta evolved naturally over the decades following our founders’ arrival on this same land in 1940. The gardens and buildings nestle into the valley’s landscape, and garden paths wind here and there in a way that will help you leave “the grid” far behind. No guest cars are located amidst the area shown in the map.
Each area has a different name: Villas Luna, Villas Sol, Arboles, Flores, Pajaros. Some guests choose an accommodation based on convenience (a location near the Dining Hall, for example), while others love the “edges”—Arboles, Sol and Luna villas are adjacent to our 3,000 acres of Nature Preserve, many with back-country views of the mountains, ancient oaks, and giant, sun-warmed granite boulders.