- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Farmhouse Motel Paso Robles
Travel Blogs from Paso Robles
... we drove by. We finally made it to our campground at Montaña de Oro State Park. This beautiful park sits on the ocean and looks back over Morrow Bay with its huge volcanic peak. We set up our tent and spent the afternoon on the beach at Spooner's Cove, protected by the high bluffs on either side. We read, swam, and collected cool stones at the water's edge. We made dinner on a picnic table at the beach and watched the sun dip behind some clouds on the ...
... 43 Gallons left and it was dropping, the fuel light was on! We had 3 miles to travel till we got to our final destination, this took roughly 45 minutes to complete it was nuts!!! We made it through the hills and crazy streets and dropped the car off. It was only a short walk to the hotel which we checked into about 5pm. We dumped our stuff then hit the streets and did a little shopping. We're off to Alcatraz tomorrow ...
... that we kept missing the turn…….. what turn? There wasn't any!!!! So anyway after some brief words with our GPS we were away! Out of San Fran and down on the highway heading into some very Mexican territory! Oh and sunshine and warmth! By this time after five days in the San Fran cold the warmth was very welcome! The convertible was a breeze to drive…. Well anything would be after the RV! We got the tunes blasting and continued driving south with the ...
... which had been recommended by Raisin George [ in fact, he was already there when we arrived ], where you can have a tasting of 5 of the local Central Coast wines and a lovely cheese plate for under $40.
The owner, Aaron, is an affable young sommelier who had just opened 3 weeks prior and was quick to inform of all the attributes of his wines as well as all of his own attributes. The restaurant ...
Took a bus to go and see the famous Madonna Inn!
The Madoanna Inn was first completed in 1958 with 12 rooms, they were given to people for a complementary nights stay to a very surprised group of travelers. An additioanl 28 rooms were quickly build making a total of 40 rooms available to travelers.
Demand for more public areas started further construction in April 1960, when the main inn consisting of a wine cellar, ...