Our stay at Comus house was simply divine. As fairly seasoned travelers, Comus House is definitely a solid five stars in luxury and comfort bed and breakfast point of view.
First impression: WoW. Main door opens and you are invited into the living room. High ceilings with floor to ceiling windows. Very grandiose and your eyes are instantly drawn into outside. Vineyard is what you see and you feel very serene and relaxed.
We stayed 2 nights: dirt worshipper and pelletiere. Both are very clean (important factor for us), and great, each with their own appeals. Dirt worshipper has corner windows so you get a great view of the vineyard owned by Denner, and it is bigger room. Firm mattress is exactly how we prefer our bed. Water pressure in shower is good. Although, we later found out that Pelletiere bath is superior as it has shower and separate tub with even stronger water pressure. Comus offers shampoo, conditioner, and in Pelletiere room, you get bonuses like bath salt and bubble bath. Pelletiere room is on the smaller side but we did not mind this. Actually, we prefer this room (although the mattress is softer, but that is personal preference).
During our stay, breakfast was served outside in the patio which we loved. Everything was yummy and filling. Table presentation was a bonus. You can make your own coffee (with the fancy expresso-like-machine) and snack on the delicious blueberry or chocolate with banana sliced pound cake while you wait for your breakfast to be served. I love their wine hour as well. Since they market themselves as B&B, food needs to be quite good, and we think they succeeded in this area. Comus House does have an infinity pool and I believe jacuzzi overlooking the vineyard, but due to city's regulation, guests are now allowed to use them. I know it's very tempting but guests who enjoy their stay should respects the rules.
The innkeepers, Felicia and Ron were friendly, approachable and gave us tips on wineries in Paso Robles. We would definitely come back to try more wineries and would stay here again.
3 rooms (pelletiere, dirt worshipper and ditch digger) get lovely natural light and faces the breath...
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