When visiting California, you may be overwhelmed by all there is to do, especially if you’re interested in visiting vineyards. The great thing is that you can kill two birds with one stone while you’re planning your California vacation by staying at a Bed and Breakfast winery. Still, this leaves room for confusion. With all the wineries California has to offer, how do you know what’s worthy your time and what you can leave behind? We’ve got you covered with our top 3 Bed and Breakfast wineries.
First off, we have Auberge on the Vineyard in Cloverdale, California. This beautiful Victorian home recently celebrated its 100th birthday. It has been preserved beautifully, with recently updated décor. Visitors will feel like they are living in a dream when taking in the view from the Carriage House, which overlooks the vineyards and mountains of Sonoma County. As for breakfast, owner Roxanne Kolbe doesn’t disappoint, using fresh, organic herbs to serve guests amazing French cuisine. Staying more than one night? You’ll be served a different breakfast every morning of your stay. With all of this at an amazing value, it is easy to see that this is one of California’s best kept secrets.
Next on our list is Seven Quails Vineyards Bed & Breakfast in Paso Robles, California. Located hilltop, Seven Quails overlooks downtown Paso Robles and all its vineyards. The view from each suite will truly take your breath away. You may even get to see some wildlife, with deer and hummingbirds making occasional appearances. Hosts Karina and David provide share their extensive knowledge of the area with guests, giving them the inside scoop on what to see in the area. The three course gourmet breakfasts at Seven Quails will leave you counting down the days until your next visit. Another great value, you’re sure to enjoy your stay here.
Last but not least, we have Carriage Vineyards Bed and Breakfast in Templeton, California. This selection may be fairly new on the Bed and Breakfast scene, but it surely will not disappoint. The suites at Carriage Vineyards have been designed to make guests feel both the coziness of a romantic getaway while still enjoying the magnificence of their surroundings. Gourmet breakfasts here, made by manager Leigh Anne, will wow you and leave you undoubtedly stuff. Carriage Vineyards also offer a few extras, such as a collection of antique carriages, some over 100 years old. Guests are also welcomed to take Grape Ed 101 with owner Larry, who teaches you everything you need to know about vineyards as your ride through on an ATV. With all its perks, Carriage Vineyards welcomes guests with open arms.
Regardless of your decision where to stay, going to a California vineyard will enchant you. Any of these selections guarantees you a relaxing, unforgettable stay.
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