32025 Stonewall Canyon Road, Soledad, CA 93960, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Jan Brosseau, Jon Brosseau

Description

Peacefully poised in the serene setting of the Gabilan Mountains amid wine country, this Mediterranean-style inn is also a working vineyard. Luxury accommodations include a private entry, patio and ga...


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A place worth going and knowing

Had a wonderful experience at this beautiful Inn nestled among rolling hills topped with vineyards! Wonderfully appointed rooms, and superb innkeepers make this a very special destination You will remember always. It's a bit of a drive, but so worth it. You will want to stay and enjoy the serene surroundings and unmatched hospitality.
Mark Gentrup

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A True Getaway

Came here with my mom. Loved it so much, I booked again for two weeks later with my husband. Overworked and overbooked, I thought it would take me at least a week to relax. But as soon as I walked in to the Wine and Cheese hour, and met Jon and Jan, I was transported to a different sense of time. The view alone invites you to stop and breathe, but to have a view AND have your every need anticipated by your hosts gives you no choice but to enjoy yourself. When you go to a B & B, you not only want a nice setting, comfortable rooms, and attractive decor. It's not just a great view, tubs in the rooms, cookies in the basket, champagne in the fridge, but Jon and Jan's personal welcome that make you feel like you are really someplace special. We now consider this one of the spots we want to visit again and again. BTW I have very high standards.
Sheira K
5/25/2010

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InnSide Tip - Bring your own stuff to BBQ
Each room is equipped with a grill. Bring your own food so you don't have to shlep into town for dinner.
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Peaceful and Inviting!

My husband and I have been going back to the Inn at the Pinnacles every year for the past 4 years, and will continue to do so for years and years to come. This is the most peaceful and restful place you will ever stay. The owners, Jan and John, are incredibly inviting, and have created an amazing environment at their inn. The breakfasts are absolutely to die for, and all other meals that they prepare are incredible. I couldn't recommend a better place to stay! Oh, and their wine is incredible as well! We enjoyed hiking in the Pinnacles National Monument, as well as wine tasting at the nearby wineries.
Gillian Leslie
8/8/2008

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Sacramento Magazine (September 2004 - one of 8 romantic getaways).


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