The Canyon Villa

1455 Kiler Canyon Road, Paso Robles, California, 93446, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1455 Kiler Canyon Road, Paso Robles, is near Wine Wrangler, The Grapeline Paso Robles, Castoro Cellars, and Lone Madrone.
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    Travel Blogs from Paso Robles

    A Visitor, Some Elephants and a Castle

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 17, 2014

    52 photos

    ... andvalleys below, with views for many miles along the coast. It was built over a span of 28 years beginning in 1919 by William Randolph Hearst, and is filled with his collection of massive tapestries and other artwork. Our tour guide had a pretty grating voice, and we spent a bit too much time in the five rooms we visited, but we were still completely impressed with the mansion. After touring the few rooms we had access to inside, including ...

    Gorda to san Simeon 30miles

    A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Jan 31, 2014

    9 photos

    ... off the cyclemeter. Passed the entrance to Hearst Castle but won't be cycling back to visit, it'll feel too good to get off the bike. Found the Sea Breeze Inn & it really is breezy now as it's right on the beach, room has 2 beds, might as well use them both while relaxing watching gold mining in the Klondike. Went next door to the Mexican restaurant and had a couple of margaritas and beers, might be sorry tomorrow ...

    Bitter Sweet Symphony

    A travel blog entry by bobbette on Jul 14, 2013

    12 photos

    ... recent drastic change! It was like floating through the woods! Pine trees lined both sides of the highway in their usual diagonal lines, the land was undulous, it gave the feeling that the highway was a little creek in the valley winding its way through the woods. It was rather a shock to suddenly feel this plantation just capture , as if you were one of the tiny fern trees on the undershrub. Rather invasive woods really! But the plantation only sucked up the highway ...

    Cosa Grande {Hearst Castle} and Elephant Seals?

    A travel blog entry by 29-ford-model-a on Jul 13, 2013

    19 photos

    ... the end of this week and after spending a few days with Dan and Lysse we will decide our path based on what we want to see. It's going to get pretty spur of the moment...I think...if Jean can be comfortable with that. She's a planner and usually wants to know there is a motel room available at the end of the day. We'll see how it goes...I can change...if I have to.... {Sound familiar Red Green ...

    A true friend

    A travel blog entry by jcarlton on Jul 11, 2012

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... car was upgraded,but we turned it down as the trunk would only hold one suitcase..the Chevy Cruz. It held all our luggage. The drive north was easy. However, we wondered when we would see the ocean. We did and our room overlooks the ocean. As I sit here typing, we have the door open and can hear waves crashing. Sorry no picture, can't seem to figure it on the iPad. Dinner was a feed of Mexican. Since we were up at 3 am, I am ready for ...