Vines, views, and art will make your stay at this unique modern vineyard home as memorable as the fabulous Central Coast wines. The exciting visual character of the home's architecture playfully borrows from the areas agricultural roots. Seemingly endless windows and an open floor plan provide commanding views. Comfortable modern furnishings, outstanding local artists work (available for sale), and vineyard cuisine invite you to stay.
So close to the vines you can watch them grow from the oversize stone-tile tub, walk in shower, private deck, or custom designed queen bed. Relax in the gallery-like living area, enjoy the garden, vineyard and deck areas, or explore the neighboring Paso Robles Wine Country vineyards, ranches, and wineries.
Sleep above the vines in this spacious loft and you will feel the vineyard is yours. This oversize Paso Robles Wine Country loft offers a private entry, fireplace, and spectacular views from its deck, living areas, stone-tile shower, and modern canopy queen bed. The thoughtfully appointed petite kitchen with inside and deck dining areas is there for you to use if desired.
Vine rows surround this split level suite. The upper level features a unique free standing shower over looking the vineyard -- imagine showering among the vines. The beautifully appointed bedroom level opens to decks inviting you into misty mornings, magical sunsets, and starry night skies.
5 on July 10, 2014
We recently stayed at the Christopher Joyce Vineyard and Inn. Celebrating our anniversary Joyce (the inn keeper) was very thoughtful. When we arrived she already had flowers in our room and invited us to appetizers and wine that evening. We decided to join her and the other guests. She even got out a bottle of sparkling wine and taught my husband how to saber it. ( Opening the bottle with a large kitchen knife by breaking the top of the bottle off cork still in the glass) Totally cool since we had never witnessed on before. Looking back I wish I had recorded it. She also was great an accommodating our dairy food allergy. Except for the very bright morning sun (no black out curtains), it was a wonderful time. Thank you Joyce, for a trip we will never forget.
4.6 on July 07, 2014
Our 2 night stay at Christopher Joyce was a terrific experience. Joyce was a gracious hostess, great cook, and helpful guide. We would strongly recommend staying here for a restful visit to the area.
5 on June 08, 2014
We got together with old friends at the Inn (three couples). Joyce welcomed us the day we arrived with tasty hors d'oeuvres on the back deck, overlooking fields of grapevines bathed in afternoon light. The Inn is spacious and modern with interesting art and expansive views. Our room had a beautifully appointed shower clad in stone with dual shower heads. There was also a deep, Japanese-style soaking tub we never got around to using. Everything Joyce prepared for us food-wise was excellent. Her breakfasts were substantial, and set us up for our long days of wine-tasting. The wines she paired with food were also quite good. Joyce is flexible and unflappable: we originally asked her to make us dinner one day but as our plans changed during the day, we simple called her and worked out alternate plans. The Inn is a great place to relax and decompress.
5 on June 01, 2014
The perfect blend of luxury (at non-luxury prices), friendly interaction, local art, and fantastic views. As a local winegrower, Joyce has the inside scoop on notable wineries, places to visit, and great restaurants. Her spreads of breakfast and evening hors d'oeuvres are full-on gourmet experiences. Highly, highly recommend a stay here - then come again and bring friends!
5 on May 21, 2014
Joyce is the best. My two night stay was terrific. I will definitely stay here again.
5 on April 06, 2014
Joyce was a gracious hostess. The meals were artistically presented, creative and super delicious! The views from the Inn were to die for including the sunrise and sunset. Awesome stay in the the Christopher Joyce Vineyard Inn--so peaceful and relaxing.
5 on March 31, 2014
My husband and I stayed here in the upstairs Loft for 2 nights. This was our first time at a B&B, and this won't be our last, we will be back! It's actually a plus that this Inn is about a 10 minute drive to downtown, because you can get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. In the evening, we had great appetizers, cheese, and wine. The beautiful sun sets over to the west of the Inn and you can sit out on the deck to watch it. In the morning, the sunrise is even more spectacular over the east hills. At night you can see the moon and the city lights to the east. Tips: 1. Head back for appetizers in the afternoon after wine tasting, this was a highlight of our evening. One night we just went into town for Thai food take out because we weren't too hungry and wanted to enjoy a night in. When we checked in, we were welcomed by Joyce's fresh homemade appetizers, so come hungry! 2. Bring shoes you don't mind walking in the dirt/vineyards so you can enjoy a morning walk around Joyce's property. 3. The breakfast was gourmet and a foodie's delight. It was better than breakfast outside! 4. The upstairs Loft is the biggest room and I liked that it had it's own entrance, but all the rooms are special and have unique features to them. Enjoy your stay, you won't be disappointed!
4.4 on March 18, 2014
Joyce is a fabulous cook and highly knowledgeable in the Arts world. We enjoyed some fascinating conversations. Her creations from the kitchen put big smiles on out faces every time.Can't say as I've had a more relaxing stay at a B&B- ever!
5 on November 30, 2013
I stumbled upon Joyce's bed and breakfast a few years ago through a B&B Pet Friendly LA Times article. I had such an amazing time I told her I was coming back and bringing my Dad. I made good on my promise and treated my dad to a weekend retreat in Paso Robles for his birthday. Joyce was such an incredible hostess that she even had a gift for my Dad at our first breakfast. You can't go wrong here. The rooms, view, food and company are all 5 Stars!
5 on November 26, 2013
Our stay was outstanding and look forward to returning. Joyce was a terrific host and gave wonderful suggestions on wineries and restaurants in the area!
San Luis Obispo (SBP) 30 miles
Follow directions from airport to Hwy. 101 north. Proceed for approximately 30 miles and follow Paso Robles directions.
Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Ocean, Live music often available, Mid-State Fair, Numerous special events, olive oil tasting, wine tasting and vineyards, Hearst Castle, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard
Other, Country Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Copier, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Golfing, Hiking trails, wine tasting, olive oil tasting, water slide park, Mid-State Fair, Hearst Castle, numerous wine country events, Sight-seeing
1 Dog , one outdoor cat Others
Your innkeeper is a second generation Californian who enjoys welcoming guests to the winegrower's home and sharing her love of art, travel, food, wine, and wine growing. Buster, a cheery mild mannered Jack Russel, is the innkeeper's helper.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
home made breads
We feature Vineyard Cuisine which focuses on fresh home grown and local products as available including sausage, fruits and vegetables. Everything is homemade including breads and evening sweets. From apple pie to breakfast polenta, Joyce's seasonal Vineyard Cuisine is as memorable as the fabulous local wine. Afternoon wine with Vineyard Cuisine Tastes is exceptional. Special food needs accommodated with advance notice.