The Cottage At Perry Creek

Address: 7424 Perry Creek Road, Fair Play, California, 95684, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 7424 Perry Creek Road, Fair Play, is near Toogood Estate Winery, Perry Creek Vineyards, Windwalker Vineyards, and Fitzpatrick Winery and Lodge.
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    Travel Blogs from Fair Play

    Final tastings

    A travel blog entry by dlmnimrod on May 17, 2015

    ... without her.

    I am so ready to come home now. Will leave early in the morning. Am going to stop in Bend and see Tom and Jen Cooper. Probably stay overnight and get home Tuesday morning.

    Hope to see you soon Bill, Michelle, Ashlyn and Chase. Love to all. ...

    Fell off the wagon

    A travel blog entry by dlmnimrod on May 16, 2015

    ... lunch at Cooper's winery. That allowed Mike and Heidi to taste the wines there. Then we only had time to go to Windwalker winery for their annual party. This is an annual party that for years they planned around when mom and I would be coming down each year to visit. They probably have hundreds of people come each year to sample the wines and food pairings.

    After all the people had left we had dinner in the tasting room with the helpers and the owners. ...

    What a trip

    A travel blog entry by dlmnimrod on May 14, 2015

    ... then coming down the windy, windy road. And then the road from Placerville to Plymouth was another up-and-down road and quite narrow. Anyway, glad to be ensconced in the RV park.

    Then I rode the scooter out to Young's Vineyard. Karen and Tom joined me there. Before they got there I had some time with Annette Young to talk about mom's cancer and passing. Seven years ago ...

    Calaveras Big Trees & Murphy Town

    A travel blog entry by haddons on May 13, 2015

    11 photos

    ... Overlook trail. The trees were amazing. The sad thing in the forest is the stump of the biggest sequoia tree that was cut down for fun by 5 men in 1852. It took them 22 days to cut down the tree that was 1244 years old. It was 280ft tall and 25ft in diameter. This greatly angered John Muir who started a preservation campaign of woods and natural beauty areas. We braved eating our picnic in the woods and happily did not see ...

    Day #1 Folsom, CA to Omo Ranch, CA

    A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Jul 17, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... kicked my feet up on my panniers and proceeded to take a siesta. I'm not sure how long I was there but I think it was well over an hour because I was in the sun again when I woke up. Thank you Suzi for the suggestion to take a break in the heat! I'm kinda surprised someone didn't come along an check me for a pulse.....I was out! I met my first "Trail Angel" as I was climbing out of Fair Play, not bad for my first day. I heard a voice as a nice lady ran ...