We stayed here for 5 nights at the end of December. The setting is beautiful. In the hills above Paso Robles, 3-4 miles from town, above the fray. We are cyclists and enjoyed being able to ride right out the front door through miles of vineyards and country roads. There are five casitas for guest lodging. These are located next to the wine tasting room. Ours was very nice, well appointed and comfortable. Except the interior lighting is quite limited, and at night it's was pretty dark in the unit. Additional lights would be appreciated.
There was just one glitch in our stay. For this I would have rated it 3.5 stars, but you can't 1/2 star the ratings, and I felt 3 stars was too much of a ding. The casitas are located next to the wine tasting room. When we arrived, the first thing we noticed in this peaceful, beautiful setting was loud music being piped outside the tasting room via a speaker system. We were assigned to the Pueblo casita, which is the second unit from the... more