"Good design is thorough down to the last detail." - Dieter Rams
From the moment you enter the tree-lined drive at Los Poblanos, it is evident every detail was considered; from the ambiance to the food to the linens.
Past the lavender fields, around or through the beautifully designed barn lobby (to grab some lemon water) you will happily find Campo, the inn's restaurant. You will be welcomed by the New York Times, an incredibly warm staff, and some of the most blissful aromas that will keep your mouth watering.
You may enjoy Campo's delights inside the cozy eclectic southwest farmstead or outside with the peacocks and roosters. I suggest joining them in the sun for some black rice porridge. Promise, they are content doing their farm chores.
After a few hours of indulging at Campo take a hop, skip, and maybe a large jump to the Farm Shop. Here you will discover some of the best loaves of bread (watch out SF), treats, and thoughtfully made body care (from the lavender farm) and home goods. I suggest grabbing two baskets :)
And to think this is just the beginning of Los Poblanos delights. Enjoy!