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Our Hotel in Paso Robles
Our Tuscan-style estate emerges gracefully amongst 20 breathtaking acres. Situated amid fertile vineyards and fruit-bearing orchards on California's Central Coast, in the rolling hills of Paso Robles, the European-inspired architecture and scenic hills ensure our guests a unique setting to experience a symphonic union of food, wine, family, friends, and the realignment of one's spirit.
Here, the wines are artfully blended and the food packs a delicious bite of pure, locally grown, organic flavor. Inside you will discover the perfect composition of wine, family, and friends. Explore local vineyards and lose yourself in a culinary and wine-tasting adventure. Poolside cabanas offer the perfect retreat to take in the sun-drenched vineyard landscape, lush rolling hills, and Central Coast skies.
With over 200 notable vineyards, this magnificent wine region is replete with the right terroir and climate to grow flavorful varietals that resemble the Rhone Valley of France.
Central Coast Highlights
The Central Coast is arguably California’s most beautiful region, with countless visitors coming every year to drive the iconic Highway 1 along the coast. Bixby Creek Bridge, McWay Falls, and Pfeiffer Beach are some of the notable highlights. We also recommend stopping by Piedras Blancas to see elephant seals lounging on the sand.
Some of California’s most impressive wine regions are located in this part of the state, thanks to grapes planted by Franciscan monks as they made their way north along the El Camino Real in the late 1700s. Explore the vineyards of Paso Robles or head south to the San Luis Obispo or Santa Barbara wine regions to sip some of the state’s finest vintages.
If you can tear your eyes away from the gorgeous natural landscapes, there are plenty of impressive attractions on the Central Coast to check out. Start with Hearst Castle, an ornate mansion built by publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst. Speaking of historic buildings, the region is also dotted with some of the state’s most impressive missions, like Mission San Luis Obispo and Mission Santa Barbara. If you’re heading north, make sure to stop by Monterey Bay Aquarium.
What sets the Central Coast apart is its charming, laid-back atmosphere, and there’s no better way to experience the true personality of the area than by visiting its quiet beach towns. Some of our favorites are Cayucos, Carpinteria, Capitola, Pismo Beach, Morro Bay, San Simeon, and Cambria, but you can always drive along the coast and see where the road takes you!