Paso Robles is
conveniently located along Californias Central Coast,
halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, along U.S. Highway
101. State Highway 46 enters Paso Robles on its eastern border,
easily connecting Californias San Joaquin Valley and
Interstate 5 to Paso Robles. State Highway 46 continues west
allowing easy access to the coast near the towns of Cambria and
San Simeon and attractions such as the famous Hearst Castle.
The Rancho Paso de Robles
(Spanish for Pass of Oaks) was created in a land grant
in 1844. In the decade following the Gold Rush. Today the Downtown
City Park offers a number of entertainment events throughout the
year. Lively wine festivals, relaxing summer concerts and art
expositions highlight the local artisan talent of the quaint Paso
Central Coast Directory
Bed and Breakfast Inns
Paso Robles, California
Vineyard B&B, Paso Robles
the Inn overlooks lovely vineyards that dot this central
coastal wine country.
This Bed and Breakfast Inn is located just off Highway 101,
near Pismo Beach, Edna Valley wineries, San Luis Obispo, Morro
Bay, Solvang, Hearst Castle, and several missions.