Our 160 acre ranch was originally a part of the Spanish land grant Rancho Paseo de Robles. On October 22, 1896 it was recorded as a separate ranch. Around the turn of the century the original farmhouse and dairy barn were built. The farmhouse continued to serve as the main residence for the ranch until 1975 when it was converted to a guest house for ranch visitors and doubled as the ranch headquarters.
In 2009 the farmhouse was completely remodeled to accommodate guests in search of a quiet peaceful country visit among the vineyards here on the west side of Paso Robles. The ranch continues to harvest dry crops of barley and oats, walnuts and in 1995 we added sixteen acres of Rhone wine grape varietals.
We came to Paso Robles for a wedding. What we found was a beautiful home surrounded by rolling hills and roads canopied by lovely oaks. Lynn was a lovely host. This home has lovely details and features that made our stay so comfortable and regretting we had not stayed longer. Early mornings were spent on the front porch drinking coffee and smelling lavender and rosemary from the lovely landscape. The back of the house has a wonderful setting with bar-b-que, fire pit and comfortable seating. Paso Robles has recently been named the best winery town by Sunset. I would choose this stay again.
my husband and I stayed here over the holidays last year with my parents. The owners are wonderful and very helpful. Would stay there again..... beautiful and well kept !
Other Activities: shopping, kayaking, boating, shelling, wildlife viewing, horseshoes, hot air ballooning