March 11th, 2019 marks the 130th anniversary of the founding of a little town that holds a big place in our heart—the beautiful Paso Robles, California, and the Paso Robles Inn has been around since the very beginning. Learn more about where it all started…
Spring break is right around the corner, and while that Alaskan cruise may be out of the budget, that doesn’t mean you and your family should nix vacation all together. There a plenty of ways to take a break without breaking the bank this Spring on California’s Central Coast.
Who’s ready for Valentine’s Day? Celebrate love in San Luis Obispo County this week. You’ll find plenty of things to do, see, and enjoy; share a kiss while watching a colorful sunset, or enjoy each other’s company while taking a scenic hike.
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.”
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the hotel, Not a creature was stirring, not even Clarabelle. The wine glasses were lined up by the chimney with care, In hopes that Zinfandel would soon be there.
This weekend, the entire town of Paso Robles will be hosting the Paderewski Festival, a four-day music festival celebrating the legacy of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, world-renowned pianist, composer, politician, and Polish patriot. You might be wondering why Paso Robles devotes an entire weekend to a Polish pianist, and the answer is this: Ignacy Paderewski became one of the most famous individuals to take up residence in charming Paso Robles, California.