The Heirloom

Address: 214 Shakeley Lane, Ione, California, 95640, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 214 Shakeley Lane, Ione, is near Castle Oaks Golf Course, Tanis Vineyards, and Greenstone Winery.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Heirloom Ione

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Ione

Made it Back for Christmas diner

A travel blog entry by popov248248 on Dec 25, 2015

  • Filled up at a gas station for $31.98
  • Im finally home
  • I had a blast
  • So happy that my family had Christmas dinner ready for me






Total Gas cost $824.80
Food cost $263.70
Total logging cost $4,600
The car accident $2000
Total cost of trip was ...

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by madie23456 on Nov 22, 2014

After three weeks of almost nonstop traveling, tours, and even a few unexpected adventures, our "Adventure of a Lifetime" has come to a bitter sweet end. While I am relieved to be home again, I can honestly look back on the last three weeks as some of the most eye opening and exciting weeks of my life. We saw some sites I have been dying to see my whole life, and now I feel complete. Thank you, Western America, for ...

Ready to Embark

A travel blog entry by madie23456 on Nov 01, 2014

... that we have saved enough to cover all expenses and still have a comfortable cushion. The camper is packed and ready to go. First stop: Fresno!

  • We've packed one cooler of fresh food such as lunch meat and mayonnaise to make sandwiches.
  • Other food brought included bread for sandwiches, pretzels, Nilla Wafers ...

Nut Farm, Tamales and a Flea Market

A travel blog entry by griesenj on May 07, 2014

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We didn't do much traveling today, as we continued north on Highway 99. During Dolly's research on things to do and places to go, she found an interesting place off the highway about 5 miles where they raised ... and sold nuts, fruit and other things. A review mentioned that others had gone behind the sales store and you could look at olive trees, almond trees and the like. That sounded photo worthy, so up this little side road we went. We pulled in ...

That's Saaad

A travel blog entry by khaira on Jun 12, 2013

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... simpatico. I guess it takes a while to unwrap ourselves from our routine. We performed like a well oiled machine (not!), and left home by 730 (key in Cambodian metal drums, circa 1970). We picked up Bhajee in West Sac, collected shahgun (archaic and prosaic Punjabi tradition) from Majee, my aunt and cousin-in-law (who happens chance is my aunts younger ...