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Blending contemporary farmhouse and vintage styles, the Summer Wood Inn’s four luxury bedrooms overlook the property’s gardens where guests can enjoy a farm-fresh, cooked-to-order breakfast outdoors.
Then in the afternoon, indulge in appetizers paired with Summer Wood wines.
An elegant and informal artist colony, the seaside town of Laguna Beach is a seven-mile stretch of coastline punctuated by scenic coves, curvy canyons, and small streets lined with shops, galleries, and restaurants.
Visitors flock to Laguna in the summer, not just for the beach, but for the annual Festival of Arts Pageant of the Masters, a 90-minute narrated performance of (living pictures), set on a stage in an outdoor amphitheater with actors posing in hyper-realistic, recreated works of classical and contemporary art that will fool your eyes.
Head to Castoro’s Whale Rock Vineyard, where in view of the rolling hills and oak trees, you’ll tour a scenic two-mile loop through the vineyard, after which you can try your hand at some disc golf, crisscrossing in and out of the vines on their 18-hole course. With such striking scenery at your feet, rent a bike for a ride through the rural countryside.
Sulfur springs flow through Paso Robles, three of which are open to the public — a nice way to cap off the day with a soak in the warm soothing mineral waters.
Settle in at Montage Laguna Beach, 30 acres of pure luxury on the coastal bluff above the Pacific.Make it a day of “vineyard sports” visiting some of the various wineries offering outdoor games.Find a spot on the deck of the 38-acre Eberle Vineyard with views of the Santa Lucia Mountains on the horizon where a glass of wine is a nice foray into a match of bocce ball or a game of Cornhole.No need to ever leave the property as it has four gourmet restaurants, two pools, and the 20,000-square-foot Spa Montage. used to be a place nobody wanted to go for fun because they all worked there.But you’ll want to pop into Laguna Village to shop, gallery hop, and catch the sunset outdoors while dining on coastal-American cuisine at one of the beachfront restaurants such as The Cliff or Splashes. Over the years, people started living there and the area has developed into a busy hot spot bubbling over with culture. landmarks to creative modern newcomers — not to mention the cornucopia of ethnic flavors.