My wife and I were married at Stone Crest Cellars in August 2010. Here's my take:
We were in awe of view of the Pacific Ocean just outside the B&B's back yard. The first night we stayed in the house, and the next night we moved to the cottage (aka "The Love Shack"), which is a few hundred feet away from the B&B in a small enclave of homes on a cliff above the beach. We really liked the cottage and its 40s and 50s decor and record player.
Breakfast was decent, and Judy and her assistant, Morgan, were friendly accommodating, as well. It was a nice touch when Judy lit a fire for us in the home's large fireplace and offered us port and chocolates after we returned from a seafood dinner in Newport.
When we arrived in the afternoon the first day, we were weary from traveling. We checked in and went to our room to nap, but we were unable to sleep because there was a wedding at the house. There were quite a few people roaming the house, and we felt trapped in our room. Also, the B&B offers wine, cheese and grapes each night around 4pm. We partook the first night, but felt like we couldn't the second night because there was another wedding at the house with a throng of people milling about. We felt unwelcome when we had to go the house to get soap because the cottage was out. People stared at us like, "Who are you?"
Our biggest disappointment was the photography that was part of our wedding package. When we booked the package, my wife specifically asked if we needed to hire a wedding photographer and was told no. Judy said photography was done by Photography By Danaya (which turned out to be Judy's daughter). Unfortunately, Danaya wasn't available during our wedding, so Judy had to be officiant and photographer. Very few of the photos Judy took turned out. There were lots of shadows and awkward poses--they were amateur. The photography session lasted about 30 minutes right after our short wedding ceremony. We felt rushed, as there was a wedding rehearsal for a larger wedding right after ours. Hire your own photographer if you want good photos!
All in all, we liked the location, but there were times we felt like a king and queen and times when we felt like village serfs.