Paso Robles has a wide variety of lodging choices.
Spotlight – The Farmhouse at Pelletiere Estate
The Farmhouse at Pelletiere Estate is an elegant and luxurious wine country retreat. Privately situated and surrounded by vineyards, the Farmhouse is located down a secluded yet convenient country road, nestled in the foothills for the Willow Creek District in the heart of Paso Roble’s renowned Westside.
This three bedroom two bath Farmhouse boasts a charming kitchen complete with a coffee service island, breakfast nook, granite countertops, and a timeless vintage stove-oven. The dining room and living room both boast French doors that open onto the expansive private multi-level deck that overlooks our estate vineyards and beckons you to enjoy the sunset, while sipping a glass of our vineyard’s exceptional wine! The refined rustic furnishings and cozy fireplace are sure to make your stay unforgettable.
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The Paso Robles Inn
We spent three nights in the Paso Inn. To me, the Inn is really the only decent hotel in the main part of town. This is a local landmark that is located on the City Park, a 2 square block donated to the city by the town’s founders. This is a well used park by the locals. While we were there they had their annual Pancake Breakfast. This was free to all. There were horse carriage rides, music, and a great pancake, egg, sausage breakfast all for free.
The Paso Robles Inn is a great place to stay as you explore the region. The Inn has been around in several iterations since 1857. When you stay at the Inn you can read the in-room copy of “The History of the Paso Robles Inn: More than a Century of Pride.” This is a hard-bound 120-page book by Ann Martin Bowler chronicling the history of the Inn. I did finish the book but decided to read it again. You can buy this history book at the Inn for $20.00 plus tax and shipping. Call 800-676-1713 to order. This book is a must-read. It tells the fascinating story of the City of Paso Robles.
The Inn has beautiful grounds with Koi Ponds, a swimming pool , spa, coffee shop, restaurant, and full bar.
We stayed in room 1204, a King Spa Room above the Grand Ballroom. This is a huge suite with a natural mineral spa on the deck outside. There is a floor-to-ceiling curtain that you can close to insure your privacy. You enter through the grand lobby and bar. This is a great place to sit and take in the grandeur of the building. Each night we enjoyed a natural mineral spa on the deck.
The Inn is also walking distance to many fine restaurants and shops that encircle the City Park. You begin to feel very comfortable walking through the town. The townsfolk are very friendly. I recommend staying at the Inn always. If that is not your choice you should stay there at least once just to get the old-town feeling.