It’s a warm late afternoon in the middle of summer, and you’re listening to live music, leaning back on a picnic blanket and feeling the sunshine warm your face. Near the stage are adults and kids dancing to the music, and you join the party while sipping on a cool glass of Central Coast wine. The friendly and relaxed energy of your neighbors and friends is palpable, and it feels like you have no worries.
With Valentine’s Day just a few days away, we can feel the love in the crisp Central Coast air! From stunning sunsets over the Pacific to fine wine & dining, there’s no better place than San Luis Obispo County to celebrate your love. Below, enjoy our guide to the top 3 destinations for your Valentine’s Day celebration.
Why spend your precious time shopping around countless online travel agencies searching for the best wine country hotel rates when you could be sipping on fine Paso Robles wine in the sunshine already knowing you got the lowest rate by booking direct?
“Where are you going for work this week?” “I’m headed up north, somewhere on the central coast.” “Sound’s awesome!” “Well, I’ll be stuck in meetings most of the week.”
You’re coming off the holiday-high, the new year is here… now what? While well over half the country is experiencing bitter cold temperatures, us central coasters are sitting at a mild 65º. You know what that means? Time for a little vacation! Check out this list of off-season activities to fill your itinerary during winter travel to San Luis Obispo county.
There’s nothing like being home for the holidays, but if you don’t find yourself saying “I’ll be home for Christmas” this year, don’t worry—the Martin Resorts properties offer all the festive comforts of home, away from home. With decked halls, rich hot chocolate, delicious feasts, and crackling fireplaces at our homey hotels, you’ll feel cheery and bright during your holiday on the beautiful Central Coast.
We’ve hardly digested our Thanksgiving dinner, but the hustle and bustle of the holiday season is already upon us… are you ready? This year, ditch the long lines at big box stores and choose to support local and small businesses on the Central Coast as you begin your gift shopping.