May 2013 New Hotel Recommendations


This month's Hideaway Report highlights a road trip through California's wine country, with a series of hotels and notable wineries along the way. The charming town of Charleston is also profiled. Discover the four newly recommended hotels from the May 2013 issue below.



Where: Paso Robles, California
What: Renowned family-owned winery’s charming four-suite inn overlooking lovely vineyards in the picturesque hills, a 25-minute drive from Paso Robles.
Why Go: Delightful vineyard setting; exceptional restaurant.
Good to Know:  The property has been comprehensively renovated. Read more about JUST Inn.  



Where: Paso Robles, California
What: Delightful 16-room boutique hotel with a dash of French flair in an attractive stucco and cut-stone structure just off the Paso Robles town square.
Why Go: Proximity to the town square with its restaurants and boutiques; the nooks off the main courtyard that are perfect for a glass of wine at day’s end.
Good to Know: The concierge staff is extremely well-connected with local restaurants. Read more about Hotel Cheval.



Where: Kenwood, California
What: Tranquil Mediterranean-style villa with stucco walls and stone pediments, and 29 rooms and suites, many of which are set around a sequestered central courtyard with multi-tiered fountain, sun loungers and umbrella-shaded tables.
Why Go: Fine location for exploring southern Sonoma and Carneros; notable Michelin-starred restaurant; exceptional spa.
Good to Know: Be sure to speak with wine director Ann Davis for tips on local winery visits. Read more about Kenwood Inn and Spa.



Where: Forestville, California
What: Sophisticated, family-owned country-style inn with 18 rooms in an 1873 clapboard-sided farmhouse, adjacent farmworkers’ cottages and a new barn built on the site of the farm’s original barn.
Why Go: Indoor/outdoor feel of new Barn Rooms; the perfect location from which to explore the wineries of the Russian River Valley.
Good to Know: The restaurant is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Read more about Farmhouse Inn.

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By Hideaway Report Staff

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