Tucked amid the shady trees of Madera Canyon, this rustic inn is built of stone and wood, and, with its tower at the front entrance, looks a bit like a miniature castle. It’s beautiful, and a delightful place to stay for couples wanting to get away from the city roar, or for those who’ve come up the canyon to do some bird-watching (the objective of many guests here). The inn’s name is a Spanish term for “hummingbird,” and if you visit in the warmer months, you’re likely to see plenty of the colorful little birds (14 species have been spotted here, and there are regularly scheduled hummingbird banding programs). Three rooms have kitchenettes, and one a full kitchen.