I posted a video and a recipe from this B&B here:
Hubby and I did the blossom trail and stopped here for the night. We reserved the suite upstairs and arrived after dinner around 8PM. The fireplace was lit downstairs, complimentary water bottles and chocolate-orange cookies were waiting for us in the room as well as Ferrero Rocher chocolates. Monica was there to let us in, show us around, and even advise us regarding our morning trip. The dark-wooded common areas immediately struck me as rich with history.
There were plenty of things to do for a quiet evening. Trivial pursuit, scrabble, backgammon, cards, plenty of VHS tapes and VCR/TV in our room (mostly Hepburn-era and WWII movies), a huge selection of excellent books (including many vintage books).
If you reserve the suite, you basically have the run of the upstairs. The bathroom is down the hall from the room but it's all yours. There is a bonus room up there for children, just next to the bathroom, that is super adorable with a huge dollhouse to play with. There's a cozy reading nook and table up there as well, in case you don't want to fraternize with others downstairs. But IMHO, the common rooms are the most lovely to spend time in. The bed is soft and felt like it would swallow me up but we slept solidly. Robes, alarm clock, and cd player were also provided.
Monica is very friendly and easygoing. She served us breakfast and chatted with us while we were dining. In the past, we've experienced hosts that are overbearing, overly friendly, and too inquisitive as well as the other extreme of completely apathetic. Luckily, Monica was a pleasure to talk with.
The breakfast was excellent. It was the best omelet I've ever had- not over-fried, very thin and delicate. There was also fresh squeezed OJ, mineral water, tea/coffee, broiled grapefruit, and a blueberry muffin. We were full until dinner.
After breakfast, we walked the grounds from the house through orange orchards to a big red barn with a beautiful panaromic view of the area. Make sure to take your camera on this walk.
The house is in a very convenient location. We drove for about 20 minutes from the house along Dry Creek Rd, which has a beautiful view and plenty of wildflowers (this was March 14th). We decided to continue for another 40 minutes to King's Canyon and Grant Grove in Sequoia National Park. Gorgeous views! We then drove back on 180 through Fresno to get home to SF. This area is so beautiful, any extra driving around here is just a pleasure.