Love this quaint little hotel. Cute, clean & reasonably priced with free breakfast & within walking distance to the beach & the downtown. Our room was on the end, it was quiet, we kept our windows open the entire time, the cool breeze is heavenly & you can hear the waves in the distance. The room was huge with a fire place & jacuzzi tub & they put rose petals & champagne on the bed for when we arrived. No valet or bellman but didn’t expect that. Parking is easy & convenient & there’s an elevator straight to the underground garage. No restaurant but has a little wine bar with small plates. Great stay in Cambria, we loved the small town feel, very romantic.
When my husband and I saw this location, we were happy to see how clean the outside looked. Upon checkin, the staff was very helpful and kind. They made us feel welcomed. The room we stayed in was so romantic for our honeymoon. We told them we could only afford a bottle of wine and not the full romantic package, but to our surprise they had fresh rose petals on the bed with chocolates and a delicious bottle of wine awaited us on the table with glasses. Also, they have a wine bar at the hotel at night and a great breakfast selection in the morning. Plus, this place was close to the town of Cambria. The best was the path that lead to Moonstone Beach which is worth the visit! We had an amazing stay here, the staff was kind and helpful and we had a great stay here for our honeymoon! Thank you!
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Love wines, and discovering exciting new vintages? Then September is the month for you to visit San Luis Obispo County. September is “Wine Month” and that means that over 200 wineries in the county will be rolling out the red carpet for guests and visitors to enjoy the local wines.
You’ll find everything from concerts to BBQ’s, to winemaker dinners … and more!
Consult the Paso Robles Wine Alliance, or your favorite local winery for a listing of event
All us locals look forward to the Annual Creston Classic Rodeo each year – and this year is no different! This is the 19th year of the rodeo and it takes place on September 11, 12 and 13th at the rodeo arena in Creston – (don’t worry Creston is a one street town – you won’t miss the arena.)
During the three days of events you’ll find everything from barrel racing to roping to steer riding, and all other manner of rodeo activities. This is “the real thing” with locals as well as national competitors.
For more information visit http://crestonclassicrodeo.org
Like Beer? How about spending an evening with the animals at Charles Paddock zoo on August 23, 2014 while you taste a bevy of local beers? This is an adult event with proof of age required – All ID’s will be checked at the zoo entrance and guests will receive a memorial glass from the event. The event runs from 5 pm until 8:30 pm.
Please contact the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce at (805) 466-2044 for more information.
- Olive Oil Tasting
- Wine Tasting
- Head to Head Chef Competition
- Beer Tasting
- Art Galleries
- Olive Tasting
- Cooking Contest
- Gourmet Food Vendors
- Olive Trees and Garden Items
- The Beautiful Downtown Park!
There are also a number of fun activities for children.
For more information call 805.238.4103
The Mid-State Fair is in town from July 16- July 27th and there is a bevy of entertainment for your enjoyment. Admission to the fair is nominal and with that comes a variety of “free” entertainment. One of these free acts is “Blood, Sweat & Tears” co- anchored with “Bo Bice”. This show is scheduled for July 24th with shows at 6:30 and 8:30. What a deal!
Here’s the low down on the acts: “With World Class vocals, musicianship, & a multitude of solid gold hits, BLOOD SWEAT & TEARS is at the top of their game. Vocal dynamo & pop phenomenon Bo Bice fronts the band with a self-assured voice & good looks. They are the band that fused rock, blues, pop music, horn arrangements and jazz improvisation into a hybrid that came to be known as “jazz-rock”. They have won Gold Records, Grammy Awards, the respect of the best in the industry & the love of millions of fans. Hit songs include, “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy”, “Spinning Wheel”, and “When I Die”.”
For more information on the fair click here.
Yikes – All you boomers out there listen up! The “Doobies” are in town and slated to play the Mid-State Fair on July 25th at 7 p.m. This is a special concert at the Mid-State fair featuring the music and wine….
A little history about the Doobies: “The Doobie Brothers began their career over 40 years ago and have sold over 40 million albums worldwide. They are best known for the songs “Black Water”, “What A Fool Believes”, “Takin’ It to the Streets”, “Minute by Minute” and “Listen to the Music”. Their latest album, World Gone Crazy, serves as an analogy of sorts for the band as a whole. With founding members Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons, and veteran John McFee, the Doobies have perfectly honored the band’s legacy with an offering that grows in unexpected new directions. The songs on World Gone Crazy all feature Johnston and Simmons as writers and lead vocalists.”
Tickets run $41 – $61 p/person. For more information and to purchase your tickets click here.
The Mid-State Fair starts on July 16 and runs through July 27th. One of the grandstand acts for which an additional fee is charged is “Train” with the “Wallflowers.” The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are available from $36 – $56 depending on seating choice.
Train’s latest studio album is California 37, and features the hits “Bruises (featuring Ashley Monroe)”, “Mermaid”, “50 Ways To Say Goodbye” and “Drive By”. Save Me San Francisco became the biggest selling album of their 20-year career, and featured the single “Hey Soul Sister”, which was the #1 iTunes track of 2010 and peaked at #1 in the US and in 15 countries abroad. “If It’s Love” and “Marry Me” also hit #1. Their monster 2002 hit “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” was nominated for five Grammy awards, winning two, including Best Rock Song.
The Wallflowers, fronted by Jakob Dylan, have released six studio albums, won two Grammy awards for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal and Best Rock Song for their song “One Headlight” in 1998.
For more information or to purchase your tickets click here.
The California Mid-State Fair offers up all types of great entertainment. While some of the concerts require purchasing a ticket in addition to the fair’s entrance fee, other concerts are “free” and a part of the fair’s entertainment. This year there are many “free” concerts worthy of your attention.
Coming up on Tuesday, July 22 with shows at 6:30 and 8:30 is Crystal Gayle. Gayle’s been on the top 25 top country music charts several times. You may remember her debut single, “I’ve Cried the Blue Right out of My Eyes,” which was written by her older sister, Loretta Lynn. There’s an interesting factoid for you – who knew the two were related? Remember Loretta Lynn from the movie “The Coalminer’s Daughter”?
Gayle’s fourth album, “We Must Believe in Magic,” helped her became the first female artist in country music history to achieve platinum album sales. Driving the engine of the album was the song that has become her career signature song: “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue.” CMA’s “Female Vocalist of the Year,” for two consecutive years, she became a Grammy Award Winner for “Best Female Vocal Performance,” thanks to her beloved “Brown Eyes.” As her music and her career path widened to mainstream audiences, so did her accolades. She is the recipient of three “American Music Awards,” voted by the nation as America’s “Favorite Female Artist.”
For more information on the Mid-State Fair and their musical line-up visit their website here.