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Inn at the Pinnacles

32025 Stonewall Canyon Road, Soledad, CA 93960
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Located in the Gabilan Mountains of Monterey County, near Soledad, California, the Inn at the Pinnacles offers luxury accommodations in the peaceful, serene setting of beautiful Steinbeck Country. This private Chalone Appellation vineyard estate is nestled in the beautiful Brosseau Vineyards and offers romantic views from every direction. The Inn at the Pinnacles is just 1.5 miles from the Pinnacles National Monument, west entrance, offering bird watching, hiking, and rock climbing, a short drive to Monterey County's finest wineries, and about an hour's drive to world famous Carmel and Monterey. Enjoy a game of Bocce Ball, a stroll in the beautiful Brosseau Vineyards, or relax and enjoy a glass of Brosseau Wines under starry skies. Our six guest rooms offer you the luxury of your own private entry, private patio with gas grill, and private bath.
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Robert888770 wrote a review Nov 2019
Berkeley, California20 contributions6 helpful votes
Our stay last weekend at the Inn at the Pinnacles was a perfect getaway - soothing sunny 70s, absolute quiet, extraordinary beauty, heartwarming hospitality, and hiking in dramatic scenery we could not have imagined! The Inn is nestled in 140 acres of host-owned vineyards with views of the neighboring and distant mountains. Guests get to partake of special wine hard to come by on the outside. In nearby Pinnacles National Park, we took the Balcony Hike (includes a fun walk-through cave), and also the High Trails hike c. 1300' up from the parking lot - strenuous but so so rewarding and really not difficult! To think how long we've lived in the Bay Area and not gone there before; unbelievable. Thank you very much to the Inn's hosts Jan and Jon! Robert and Hélène
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Date of stay: November 2019
Room Tip: Juniper was very nice; not sure how it compares to others.
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Dorset PandT wrote a review Oct 2019
Weymouth, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
We booked very early in the year after deciding to visit the Pinnacles National Park amongst others in mid September. The Inn was the closet place we could find to stay but it also appealed because the pictures looked good and the reviews positive. Well, the pictures just don't do it justice, it really is fantastic from the incredibly warm reception from Jan and Jon to our Manzanita room, the breakfast, the views by day, the sunsets, the stars at night, the pool etc etc..... what a find. The weekend we stayed we were the only couple there but they still invited us for wine and cheese, on both nights in fact. And after the day we hiked 10 miles up and down and around the Pinnacles (well worth doing) we got back to find that the cover had been taken off the pool just for us and it was perfect, just what we needed. Such a peaceful place. Thank you both so much for making feel very welcome (and for the Rose and Chardonnay), we'll definitely be back!
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Date of stay: September 2019
Room Tip: We loved the Manazanita room
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Kathy Y wrote a review Sep 2019
Eureka, Missouri22 contributions4 helpful votes
My husband visited this delightful bed and breakfast 10 years ago, and I have been eagerly awaiting an opportunity when I could also stay there. To say that it lived up to expectations is really an understatement. If you want an oasis of calm with stunning views, luxurious accommodation and excellent hiking close by, this is the place to go. The wine and cheese get together in the evening enables all the guests to meet one another - and the local wines are amazing. I have happily come away with their late harvest Syrah - really an excellent port wine in disguise. The provisions left in our room for breakfast were so abundant that we were able to have them for dinner too. The nearest town for groceries is 20 minutes drive away so it best to pick up supplies before arriving at the Inn. There is a grill for each room as well as good sized fridge, microwave and plenty of crockery and silverware. If you need a swim after hiking for the day in Pinnacles National Monument Park, you can do so in the salt pool overlooking the vineyards. Guests have access to the main house living and dining rooms if it is too cold to sit out on the terrace. Cell service and WiFi is sufficient for basic communication but not much else - the panoramic sunsets are more than compensation. Jan and Jon are warm and friendly hosts. We thoroughly enjoyed sharing in a small part of their dream.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
Response from jabrosse, Owner at Inn at the Pinnacles
Responded Sep 30, 2019
Thank you for such a wonderful review! It was so nice to see your husband once again, and meeting you and your friends. We hope you will come for another visit if and when you come out to California again.
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Richard M wrote a review Dec 2017
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I was in San Francisco on business and stayed with Jan and Jon over a weekend for two nights in the Manzanita room, which is a lovely south facing room with beautiful views of the vineyard and hills from the deck - stunning sunrise and sunsets. Jan and Jon are incredibly hospitable. Jan prepares the rooms with extraordinary attention to detail, they are well equipped and clean and include generous continental breakfasts. Jan and Jon are great interesting hosts and make you feel at home, they lay on wine and cheese tastings and talk about the history of the ranch and winemaking. The entrance to The Pinnacles is a short drive away, the park has the most stunning scenery and some terrific hikes. After you have finished at the park I recommend dropping into the winery next door to Jan & Jon called Chalone, where Chris will look after you. I enjoyed my time at The Inn so much, when I found my travel plans change at the last minute the following weekend, I took the opportunity to go back for another two nights! It is a great location to disconnect and get downtime. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: November 2017
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Trip type: Traveled solo
ali1125 wrote a review Nov 2017
northern california80 contributions19 helpful votes
We stayed for the weekend after Thanksgiving in the Sage Room. Very spacious and the bed was super comfortable. They were still serving a full breakfast (not continental) that was amazing & wonderful. Half of what was on the buffet would be plenty for us. This inn is great for peace and quiet. Sit on the patio and soak in the view of the hills and vineyard. Enjoy the wine. Fantastic location for hiking from the west side of Pinnacles Nat. Park. Would definitely recommend to friends and family. Bring food to grill.(Gas grills on your patio work very well. Dishes and utensils microwave and mini frig are in the room) Forget about leaving to find a restaurant. We didn't want to and were happy with just relaxing at this beautiful inn.
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Date of stay: November 2017
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Inn at the Pinnacles
Which popular attractions are close to Inn at the Pinnacles?
Nearby attractions include Pinnacles National Park (3.4 miles), Bear Gulch Caves (2.4 miles), and Balconies Cliffs Trails (2.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Inn at the Pinnacles?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Inn at the Pinnacles?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Inn at the Pinnacles?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Inn at the Pinnacles?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Inn at the Pinnacles?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Inn at the Pinnacles?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Mission Nuestra Senora de la Soledad (7.9 miles).
Is Inn at the Pinnacles accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.