Here are some of our suggestions for the best places to stay in Paso Robles:
Allegretto Vineyard Resort: The Allegretto is located on the east side of Paso Robles, surrounded by beautiful orchards and vineyards, providing the best food and wine experiences. With European-style hospitality, guests are invited to relax in lush gardens, soothing spa experiences or in a private pool cabana. Take an adventure on a horseback tour through Wine Country, savoring some of the finest regional wines, including Allegretto's own private label. The perfect refuge on the California Central Coast.
Paso Robles Inn: If you’re looking for the true heart of Paso Robles, you’ll find it at the historic Paso Robles Inn. Located right across from the tree-lined downtown square, the Inn sits right on the very spot where Paso Robles was founded over 150 years ago. Established in 1889, the Paso Robles Inn hotel is more than a landmark, but a lasting legacy of the heartfelt hospitality that has made Paso Robles, CA such a special destination for over a century.
Oxford Suites, Paso Robles: Featuring a selection of 101 well-appointed, non-smoking executive suites. Each space, intimately designed to capture the essence of Paso Robles, features subtle luxuries like granite countertops, rich color palettes and refined textures. Furnishings and amenities include a writing desk, mini-fridge, 49” LCD TV, as well as well-lit bathrooms and eco-friendly bath amenities.
Hill Top Guest House: Enjoy bird’s eye views from McPrice Myers’ beautiful, modern hilltop house. This beautiful location overlooks our vineyard and property along Adelaida Road!
The Longhorn Lookout on Adelaida Road is the perfect place to relax and drink wine while watching our beautiful Texas Longhorns roam pasture below you. 3 separate vacation rentals, each offering 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom.
Cabin-Style Lodge by Alicia offers 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, a fireplace, and the views of Texas Longhorn cattle roaming the fields.
Grand Cru Limousine: A quick weekend or day trip is best enjoyed with someone driving you around. Don’t spend your time driving more, let them drive for you. Ask for James to take good care of you.
10:00am Red Scooter Deli - Have box lunches delivered at the house to take with you on your adventure. Red Scooter is used by many wineries and have fed us many a harvest. They offer vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options.
10:30am McPrice Myers - Start the day tasting their Rhone wines that definitely have a fitting label, “Beautiful Earth.” You will be welcomed by their wonderful team and hopefully get to meet Mac, one of the nicest guys.
12:00pm Alta Colina - Family owned & operated winery producing beautiful Rhone wines. Enjoy their Summit Vineyard Tasting for a one-on-one experience in the vineyard.
2:00pm Adelaida Vineyards - With a long history dating back to 1964, visit one of the first wineries along Adelaida Road. This family owned winery is known for its Pinot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
3:30pm Parrish Family Vineyard - Of course we have to be a part of your 1st day, some way! Stop by for a glass of Rosé or Chardonnay, or purchase a bottle for dinner and take in the views as golden hour will be upon us soon.
5:30pm Il Cortile - Arrive Downtown and stop in at one of our favorite restaurants in Paso Robles for house-made pasta and many delicious Italian offerings. We always recommend starting with the carpaccio which features shaved truffles (ask for a side of bread). And if it fits, enjoy our Chardonnay on the menu. Definitely make a reservation!
10:00am Nenow - Owned by young siblings, this newer tasting room is worth a stop along Adelaida Road. Enjoy Viognier and Mourvedre while taking in a beautiful Nenow view.
11:30am Parrish Family Vineyard - Of course you have to stop by for the full experience. Join us for wine tasting of our Paso Robles Estate wines featuring highly scored Cabernet Sauvignon and popular blends like Silken. Along with the beautiful vineyard views from our cozy setting enjoy our food offerings crafted by our family. It truly is a family affair along Adelaida Road.
1:00pm Re:Find Distillery - Do a spirit tasting with Paso’s first distillery. From bourbon to cucumber flavored vodka, taste and become inspired to become a home mixologist. Let Monica take good care of you by making a reservation firstname.lastname@example.org.
4:00pm Joebella Coffee Roasters - Refresh with coffee at the Paso Market Walk. If Christopher is around, let him recommend the best roast or enjoy one of their many lattes (cafe miel is my favorite). Take your coffee for a little walk around the place to take in all the fun purveyors.
5:30pm Finca - Enjoy a casual and delicious dinner featuring elevated Mexican. There are so many favorites, but to name a few grilled octopus, pork belly chile verde tacos, and chip salad.
6:30pm Leo Leo Gelato - Finish up with a scoop or two of gelato or sorbet also in the Paso Market Walk.
11:30am Le Cuvier - Another tasting room that was one of the early pioneers of Adelaida Road, enjoy wine and food pairing experiences along with their naturally fermented wines.
2:00pm Daou - Experience their beautiful hilltop tasting room that will finish off the weekend with a view of Paso Robles. You will want to take a selfie like many of the guests before you.
Looking for more suggestions when it comes to planning your Paso Robles wine tasting trip? Reach out to our Parrish Family Vineyard hospitality team here: (805) 286-4028 or email@example.com