Petit Soleil, Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Historical Traveler Reviews Petit Soleil, Bed and Breakfast San Luis Obispo
Worth a trip to SLO just to stay at Petit Soleil
A beautiful little inn just a short drive away from wine country that rivals the Napa Valley--but without the crowds. The innkeepers are gracious and welcoming, the atmosphere is charming and relaxing. and the breakfasts are truly wonderful.
We loved it!!
What fun!! A nice get-away home away from home. Breakfasts were delicious, wine in the patio was magnificent and the rooms were beautiful.Thank you, John and Diane, our two new friends.
One of the best of B & B's!
We recently stayed at Petit Soleil and found both the inn and the owners to be both gracious and charming. The wine hour and delicious breakfast provide opportunities to meet other guests from all over the globe. We hope to return soon!
A rave review for Petit Soleil
What a lovely, sophisticated respite from the world of chain motels. Our room was quite wonderful with an armoire and simple but chic furnishings...a European flair not common in the U.S. The breakfast and appetizers in the early evening were worthy of 5 stars. Can't wait to stay there again.
They should name it Itsy Bitsy Soleil!
Ugh. I wanted to like this hotel. The rooms are TINY! Plus this was supposed to be a romantic weekend away and the room reminded me of my little girl's room, it's all just a little too cutesy, which isn't too conducive to romance, if you know what I mean. The breakfasts are good, but I can't honestly say that is a good enough reason to ever stay in this hotel again.
"A Must Stay" B & B
We weren't sure what to expect when we reserved a room at Petit Soleil, but were wonderfully surprised. From our initial phone call until check out every detail was perfect. We felt like we were in Provence not in SLO. The beds are the BEST! The owners made sure our son had waffles for breakfast and everyone including the guests was friendly. The train at night adds a rural feeling. This B & B can't be beat!
Don't stay anywhere else!
My wife and I stayed here after learning about it on TripAdvisor. I was skeptical because of the low price but for places twice the cost, I've recieved much less luxury and especially much less personal attention.The place is brand spankin' new. The beds are super comfy. The breakfast is very tasty. The wine and hordourves were awesome!They have a really cozy patio area where you can just sit and enjoy your wine and conversate with guests or just read your paper. I'm telling you, wait til you sleep in their bed. Downtown is a few blocks away with some very good restaurants. Overall, for the price, this is a five-star establishment in my book! Well done, Petite Soleil!
By far the best B&B I have ever stayed in. Everything you need is close to the B&B, the breakfast and snack/wine are great. If you want clean - these rooms couldn't be any cleaner or more comfortable! The owners are so delightful!
A touch of Provence in the Heart of San Luis Obispo
"The detail, the colors, the HOT water, the comfortable beds, the colorful garden and the delicious morning breakfast.......ah, too many things to enjoy! We came upon a great find in a wonderful town. It seems that hospitality is the requisite for Petit Soleil. We will return often for a delightful sojourn!"
While the inn is not fancy or elegant, the rooms are very clean. The breakfast was fantastic and well worth the visit. The employees were very kind.
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