The Willows was built in 1924 as a home for New York attorney Samuel Untermyer, whose visitors here included Albert Einstein. Converted to an eight-guestroom inn in the 1990’s, it has frescoed ceilings, mahogany beams, and stone fireplaces that complement the Spanish Mediterranean Revival architecture. The two-story hacienda overlooks a pool on one side and the San Jacinto Mountains on the other. A house-cooked breakfast is served each morning in the dining room, which provides front-seat views of a waterfall cascading into the garden’s rock pool. Room service is available for lunch and dinner from a local French restaurant.