Chanticleer Vineyard Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1250 Paint Horse Place, Paso Robles, California, 93446, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1250 Paint Horse Place, Paso Robles, is near Wine Wrangler, The Grapeline Paso Robles, Castoro Cellars, and Lone Madrone.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Chanticleer Vineyard Bed and Breakfast Paso Robles

    Absolutely Fabulous!!!

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    We could write forever and not say enough about this wonderful place. We chose the Chanticleer thinking the photos were nice, just hoping for a quiet place to enjoy time with friends. We got so much more. The setting is lovely, completely hidden, the rooms have patios that look through old oak trees toward rolling vineyard covered hills. The gardens are beautifully kept with roses and wisteria and gorgeous iron gates. This is such an inviting place I wanted to move in!!! The propietors went out of their way to help us with reservations and to make sure we had everything set to make the most of our time in Paso Robles. This B & B is nestled right in the middle of several charming wineries, all of which were fantastic. Its easy to drive to a handfull or spend the day taking a guided tour. We highly recommend the Wine Wrangler for a private wine tasting tour. The Propietors of the Chanitcleer were absolutely on track when they suggested them over a limo service. Each night we drifted off to sleep listening to the songs of crickets......under star filled skies. Each morning we awoke to the wonderful smells coming from the kitchen and our awaiting breakfast. What a fabulous cook! The food was delicious all on its own not to mention the presentation. We would highly recommend this B & B to anyone looking for a quiet place to get a way and enjoy rest and relaxation in a home away from home. Never did we feel like visitors here. We really felt like one of the family and we will surely return as soon as we can. The people of Paso are also wonderful. What a hidden gem this town is!!!

    A Great Romantic Retreat

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    The Chanticleer Vineyard Bed and Breakfast was a great place for us to end our trip through Central California. Although we only stayed one night, we found the Chanticleer Vineyard Bed and Breakfast to be a quiet, romantic retreat. The room was wonderful and cozy, the dinner recommendation was perfect, the breakfast was delicious, and the hostess was warm and friendly. My wife and I will definitely return for a longer stay next time.

    Nice place in paso Robles

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    This is a cute spot convenient for visiting the surrounding area while traveling on Hwy 101. The hosts are very nice. The rooms are comfortable with homey touches. I think the smallest of the rooms provides the best value. We enjoyed discovering Paso Robles. The wineries offer high quality and there are a good number of great restaurants nearby.

    Wonderful memories of great people

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    Within an hour of arriving we decided we would stay here again. Everything was top-notch from the hospitality to the food to the linens. You know how some places skimp in certain areas? In our two night stay we couldn't find a flaw. Breakfast included meats from the local butcher and pastries from the local bakery, as well as home-cooked goodies and fresh fruit. Pride and care are evident in everything Carolyn and Roland do. They also did a great job of directing us to the best restaurants and wineries. The best, however, was in creating a warm atmosphere among the guests and making us feel at home. We will return!

    Great hospitality

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    Fantastic place to stay in the heart of Paso Robles' wine country. Beautiful, comfortable, and with a bathroom "to die for" - this place provided my wife and myself a romantic retreat. Loved the breakfasts! Great people too! We will return soon, though perhaps with less wine!

    Fantastic, Secluded Room

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    This is a great B&B. The largest room is really amazing - nice balcony, fireplace, large bathtub, just beautiful, and a nice bottle of local wine waiting for you. It is extremely quiet and romantic, although not far from downtown. The only reason I don't consider the place perfect is that the breakfast was not too good.

    Excellent

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    We recently spent a weekend at Chanticleer and want to echo the other reviews already posted. This B&B is excellent from the location and rooms to the wonderful breakfasts. The added touches of the bottle of wine and cheese plate upon arrival were very welcomed.

    Delightful and romantic

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    My husband and I stayed at the Chanticleer last year during one of several horse-related trips along the Central California Coast. It was an excellent experience. The room was luxurious (the robes provided are the best we've ever seen), the breakfast absolutely delicious, and our hosts were friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. We have been recommending the inn to our friends and will definitely stay again!

    The Best Bed & Breakfast Ever!

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    We just returned from our second stay at Chanticleer. I loved it last year when we made our annual wine tasting pilgrimmage to the Central Coast and I loved it just as much this time. We stayed in room 2, which is the smaller of the three rooms, with a queen bed. Upon arrival there is a cheese and fruit plate, plus a bottle of wine, in your room. The breakfasts are really excellent, going way beyond the usual B&B granola and coffee: a broiled spiced grapefruit half followed with a warm ham, cheese and spinach stuffed croissant with full garnish plus juice, coffee, tea. The whole house is spotless and tastefully decorated -- not too B&B frilly. The location in the vineyards is sublime and Carolyn & Roland are the perfect hosts. It doesn't get much better that this little spot!

    Serenity & Luxury Abounds at the Chanticleer Vineyard B&B

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    I would love your readers to learn about a most delightful B&B located in Paso Robles, California. The area is nestled within California's Central Coast known for its gorgeous lush green rolling hills, splendorous oak trees and vineyards as far as the eye can see and only a 30 minute drive inland from Cambria and San Simeon off of Highway 1.

    Chanticleer Vineyard Bed and Breakfast is a lovely 3 bedroom luxury B&B, set amongst 8 acres of grapevines and magnificent sprawling oaks. The views from each bedroom are simply beautiful. The rooms are tastefully appointed, each with king size beds, fireplaces, seating areas and private decks overlooking the vineyards. Sitting on the private decks, sipping cofffee or local wines, and gazing upon the vast vineyards and oaks, is an absolute must be it in the morning, afternoon or under a full moon and a blanket of stars at nighttime. The bathrooms are enormous, each with soaking tubs and magnificent walk-in showers with double shower heads. Luxurious spa robes and linens are provided. Complimentary wine and cheese is placed in each of the room's private guest refrigerators and coffee pots, along with wonderful selection of coffees and teas, are also in each room for the convenience of the guests. The innkeeper, Carolyn Snow, is gracious and hospitable. She provides an ample breakfast each morning and terrific cookies are placed in each room along with a bowlful of chocolate to accompany the complimentary bottle of wine!.

    The Inn is located adjacent to a delightful family owned winery, Dos Robles, and within minutes of a multitude of other wineries that dot the Paso Robles area.

    I highly recommend a stay at this wonderful inn.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Chanticleer Vineyard Bed and Breakfast Paso Robles

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