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Review of Asuncion Ridge

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Asuncion Ridge
Ranked #14 of 30 Paso Robles B&B and Inns
New York City, New York
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5 reviews
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“Amazing”
Reviewed 19 April 2012

My fiance and I were eloping and wanted a private, romantic location. Philip definitely went above and beyond to make this trip amazing for us. The stunning views were just the beginning of this magical land where cows graze, Morro Bay is visible over the hills, and the cozy, Tuscan-style b&b invites you to relax. Not only did Philip upgrade our room, provide a bottle of champagne for us following our vow ceremony, but really made us feel welcome, like a part of the family. It was such a delight to wake up every morning to a beautiful breakfast (french toast omelet!!), french press coffee and wonderful conversation. And the wine.... Barrel Select Pinot Noir.. there is nothing like it! Thank you, Philip, for everything!

  • Stayed April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Fresno, California
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Reviewed 29 September 2011

Booked a room for my wife's birthday based on reviews and we were not disapointed. The room/bed was very comfortable and the house has been well designed for guests and is very well decorated. It was a little inclimate on Saturday due to a system that rolled through on the night before but on Sunday we got a great view as you can see all the way Morro Rock an the ocean.

Philip was a great host and made a couple of awesome breakfasts and in the evening he puts out a sampling of his fine wine which we enjoyed so much we brought about a case home after visitng the tasting room in Paso. It's just under a 20 minute drive upfrom 101 but well worth it.

Do yourself a favor a book a stay at the Assuncion Ridge Inn. You'll avoid the hotel crowds, get an awesome view of the Central Coast,great food and wine and some relaxation. Plus it's an easy drive into Paso if you want to sample some of the local eateries for dinner.

  • Stayed September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Santa Monica, CA
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Reviewed 10 September 2011

My wife and I were visiting the central coast and stumbled across this wonderful B&B and winery and are so glad that we did. The property is magnificant with views to Morro Bay and ocean beyond, and of Oak tree studded hillsides dotted with Cattle. The proprietor, Philip, was a gracious host and an incredible chef too. We stayed in the large room with the fireplace. On our first night the fog rolled in and through the tall windows of our room the uplighting created sparkles and shimmering light as the fog rolled through the Oak tree grove adjacent to our private deck. And the bed was so comfortable too.

We had the opportunity to taste the Asuncion Ridge wine. Wow, the 2008 Pinot was off the chart. We bought a case. We are planning a future trip and will bring our friends. Philip said he would do a winemaker's dinner for us if we book all three rooms for the weekend. It is a very special place and truly a rare find,

Room Tip: If you book during the week and they are not full, you may be upgraded like we did the larger suite...
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  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with friends
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Simi Valley, California
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Reviewed 13 June 2011

My husband and I had a business engagement in the Paso Robles area and were fortunate enough to meet someone who recommended the Asuncion Ridge B & B. The location is about 10 minutes off the freeway, high in the hills. I have to admit that my husband and I were wondering what we had done as we followed the precise directions provided by our host to reach the B & B. (Try to arrive during daylight as your GPS won't work in the hills). However, when we reached the house at the top of the ridge surrounded by rolling hills and the ocean in the horizon, all concerns quickly evaporated.

We were warmly greeted by the housekeeper who showed us the house which is exquisitely decorated with views from every window. We were shown to our room with it's king size bed, private bath and lovely patio with chaise lounges for relaxing. Wine glasses and wine from their vineyard were on the counter to enjoy. Phillip, our charming and hospitable host, joined us later in the afternoon. Philip is also a chef so our breakfasts in the sunny dining room with the other guests was a perfect way to start the day.

We look forward to returning to Asuncion; it was lovely, both food for the soul and for the stomach. Phillip is the perfect host. We are hoping to return with friends as Phillip is also available to host private parties. Thus, you could have a private dinner (you choose the menu) with no concerns about driving after having had a bit of the grape. Just a few steps to your bedroom when the evenings festivities are over. Now, that sounds like a great plan!

Room Tip: One suite (beautiful) and 2 smaller lovely rooms.
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  • Stayed May 2011, travelled on business
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Monrovia, California
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Reviewed 3 June 2011

My husband and I stayed here last Memorial Day (2010) weekend and vowed to return, bring friends, and rent all three rooms. Last year we were celebrating my husband's successful cancer surgery, this year we wanted to bring friends with us.

This year, we again stayed for two nights, and had a fantastic time! Our two couple friends were both wine lovers, and like us, amateur astronomers, so not only did we enjoy the inn by day, but turned off all the lights after dark, set up five telescopes on the patios and grassy lawn looking down towards Morro Rock, and held a star party for ourselves, vintner and innkeeper Philip and some of his friends.

Last year my hubby and I stayed in the Zinfandel Suite, and this year we took the huge Pinot Noir Suite. We just loved it - the tub with picture windows overlooked giant oak trees was fabulous! The king bed was super comfy, with first class linens, great art, interesting knick knacks (giraffe bookends, for example). It's just a perfect room.

The three couples really enjoyed having the place to ourselves, especially as we wanted to turn off all the lights for our dark sky star party.

When we first arrived, several wines were set out for tasting along with some yummy almonds. One couple drove from SF and the other two of us drove from the LA area. We all convened at about 5 p.m. and enjoyed winding down with the lovely Asuncion Ridge wines. After we unpacked, we all jumped into one car for dinner in Morro Bay at the Black Cat Bistro. It's a 45 minute drive to either Paso Robles or the coast, so make dinner reservations, and allow time for driving to and from. The drive is beautiful, with herds of longhorn cattle (one is on Asuncion Ridge's wine labels). After dinner, we sat and talked back at the inn for hours and hours - it was raining so no star party that night. Philip set out some lovely port, and more of his wines. He joined us later in the evening, too. He asked us when we'd like breakfast and we agreed on about 8 a.m.

We all started stirring at about 8 and the French pressed coffee was waiting for the early risers. When we were all assembled, Philip donned a chef's white coat, set up a buffet of fruit, yogurt, juice, granola, milk and made souffles, or crustless quiches, or baked eggs. Sunday morning we were served rameklins ofegg, pancetta, gruyere, leeks, and Monday morning we had eggs with spicy vegetarian chorizo. We had leisurely breakfasts, and we really enjoyed having the place to ourselves. Sunlight poured in from big windows everywhere, and there are lovely sight lines no matter where you look inside. When not together, there are nooks to ready alone everywhere inside and out. We all had time to be alone , or quiet but near our friends. This is true even if you are with people you don't know here. Lots of privacy.

The service was so spot-on, we felt like we owned the place and that Philip was our friend who came to visit, not just our host. I can't recommend Philip or Asuncion Ridge enough!

The highlight, as if the room, food, stargazing, and camaraderie weren't enough, was when Philip invited us to barrel taste some of his wines! We got a lesson in winemaking, saw all the big equipment used to de-stem, sort, crush, and tasted several young wines in barrels. He then made a blend of three grapes! This was totally our favorite moment of a perfect weekend.

We're already planning to come back next Memorial Day weekend (I hope). It will also be a favorable sky watching, wine tasting, and relaxing-in-luxury weekend.

Best: everything, and worth every penny!
Least: leaving when the weekend was over :'-(

Room Tip: All three rooms are great/quiet with good views
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  • Stayed May 2011, travelled with friends
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Beijing, China
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Reviewed 21 May 2011

The 2-night stay at Asuncion Ridge was truly a memorable one and highlighted our whole trip. The house is very clean, luxurious and with its own style. The bed linen is very very good. I had the best ever sleeps during my whole trip. The owner, Philip is a nice and hospitable guy, and he gave us quite some useful suggestions on our trip. By the way, the wine he made is exellent too. If we come to California next time, we will definitely come back to Paso Robles and stay here again. Hanging out in the house and watching the beautiful mountain views shall be just enough.

  • Stayed May 2011, travelled as a couple
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Treasure Island, Florida
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Reviewed 18 May 2011

We loved Asuncion Ridge from the moment we arrived. The wine was open and waiting in the beautifully designed kitchen. It was enjoyed on the veranda with a magnificent view of the Pacific. Breakfast was fabulous. We will definitely go back and hope stay longer. As a host Phil provides just the right amount of privacy blended with his welcoming company. And to make it even better his wines are great. Make sure to take time for a walk to the end of the road.

  • Stayed May 2011, travelled as a couple
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Property: Asuncion Ridge
Address: 725 12th St, Paso Robles, CA 93446-2206
Region: United States > California > San Luis Obispo County > Paso Robles
Amenities:
Business Centre with Internet Access Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Suites
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Ranked #14 of 30 B&Bs / Inns in Paso Robles
Number of rooms: 3
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Just thirty minutes from our downtown tasting room,is our 320 Acre vineyard estate with luxury suites, stunning ocean and forest vistas and gormet meals. Complimentary wine tasting and discounts at our downtown tasting room. ... more   less 

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