Went here for our anniversary and had a wonderful time. The view is spectacular with a warm and relaxing atmosphere. The hospitality was refreshing and the breakfast in the morning was amazing. I would definitely stay there again.
The manager is a superb, likable, and locally well-know Chef who teaches a few foodie tricks by just describing the breakfast he made, but also teaches classes. The mornings were magical watcing birds and balloons landing in the fruit-laden vineyards. Wine tasting just down the hill on property. Central AC was blasting, but we left the glass door to the balcony open at night and found the local temperature pleasant.
Foods other than the exotic fare we were offered should be available to those of us who can't stomach creamed carrots with truffle oil, turkey with mushroom sauce, pickled beets, etc. at 8:30 in the morning.
Everything is perfect at the Europa Inn. The location with great views of the vineyards, nice, clean, comfortable rooms with a balcony overlooking the valley and outstanding service and breakfast by Chef Dean. A true 5 stars B&B and great value for your money. We will definitely go back there.
My wife wanted to get away for our anniversary and I was going to go to wine country in northern California. I'm glad I went to tamecula instead. It's was a great experience and she lived it as well. Beautiful atmosphere. Southcoast is a good dinner place up the street and europa village is nice for tasting.
So relaxing to wake up and have breakfast in this tranquil setting. Can eat at a table on the deck overlooking the valley and the hills. The blue sky and white billowy clouds seem so close I felt I could reach up and touch one. A delicious breakfast, creatively different each morning, with a fruit juice, a special bread, fruit, and a variety daily of other breakfast items.
Chef Dean make The Inn. The breakfasts he made me and Ronda were exceptional in flavor and yet light as a feather. The stay exceeded our expectations. I would recommend The Inn at Europa to any one who wold like a quiet stay with a wonderful breakfast to start you day. Ask for recommendations for things to do, Wineries to visit and restaurants for lunch and dinner. You cant go wrong.
We really enjoyed our stay. The room was very cozy though it would be nice to have a TV. The chef made a terrific breakfast for us. Their wine tasting room was amazing, everyone very friends and helpful. Oh the outside patio was OMG beautiful. We will stay again someday.
This is a truly fun and relaxing spot. It is thankfully not a chain hotel experience. Not enough can be said about Chef Dean's morning presentations. Breakfast is like sitting down to eat in an art gallery, but the art is the plate before you. The view of the valley is breathtaking. We didn't have a room with an expansive view but the views from the common areas are fabulous, and there are many spots in which to sit and imbibe your wine or morning coffee. The managers go out of their way to make you feel at home. Simply said, it is a very fine experience.
This was my first time ever staying at a bed and breakfast, so didn’t really know what to expect. The host was outstanding making you feel right at home. The food was amazing leaving you wanting more. The rooms and views where amazing. I will most defiantly be going back. Jake
This is the second time my husband and I have stayed here, and the experience every time is amazing. They treat you like family and are so accommodating. Also, they have by far the most comfortable beds and pillows! Waking up to the view of the vineyard from the bed is a dream. Then not only is that enough for me, but you get a gourmet breakfast too. The chef always has something original and uses whatever he has growing in his garden that he tends to. This is a fantastic bed and breakfast and I would recommend it to anyone staying in the area.
My husband and I visited Inn at Churon Winery for our fourth wedding anniversary and were not disappointed. The area is beautiful. Upon arriving I couldn't help but be blown away by how romantic the site is. My husband and I love beautiful architecture and the French chateau look of the building is lovely. The rooms were very comfortable. We loved the whirlpool tub for two and fireplace. Breakfast was very nice and the complimentary wine tasting every day added an extra touch. The ladies doing the tasting were very knowledgeable and accommodating. The only thing I might say on the downside is that the venue felt a little more like a B&B/hotel hybrid rather than a traditional bed and breakfast-though not as impersonal as a standard hotel. Also, they said they needed a card on file for incidentals and ended up putting a charge for $100 on my card while we were there, which I was not expecting, rather than keeping the info to be used in the event of incurring fees. In the end, though, it was a wonderful little getaway for us that we greatly enjoyed.
When we checked into our room we were bummed out because the room hadn't been cleaned from the guest before....we called front desk and right away the ushered us off to an amazing sweet!!! And if that awesome upgrade wasn't enough.. They even left a nice bottle of wine for the troubles. The view frm area area of the grounds were beautiful. The breakfast in the morning was mouth watering! This is a must stay place!
My boyfriend and I wanted to make our first time together very special on an ordinary weeknight; and it turned out to be just that. We loved the Inn at Europa Village the moment we noticed it up on the hill. As we got there we loved the place even more. It's quite charming, cozy, and romantic... we felt right at home, as if we were guests at a friend's villa. We LOVED our jacuzzi time at night under the stars with a glass of wine. The breakfast was excellent, the chef and staff very friendly. Try to go at least once. I would love to go back again. :)
Chef Dean greated us with the best Sangria and the hospitality didn't stop there. His breakfast was awesome, the view fantiastic. He winery recommendations were spot on also. Highly recommend this place. I will come back again.
We were greeted with Sangria made by Chef Dean. Well, off to a great start. Quaint rooms with the necessary hotel supplies. Plenty of everything. Nothing over the top like granite/marble/etc. But if you're into that, go to a hotel.The room had a nice view although they were grading the dug up citrus groves outfront in preparation for vines. never the less, the sunset was great. I felt like we were in our own little world. We had more than enough amenities available to us on the property: hot tub, fire pit, wine openers/glasses, fridge, hot water and tea, robes, outdoor towels, etc. I would say however; why not just throw in complementary wine tasting instead of a 2 for 1 coupon we could of downloaded from the WineGrowers association website. No TV, and no radio, but they had Wi-Fi and that was enough. It was a great B&B. The hosts gave us a tour at check in, a key and we on our own. It was very relaxing. Like staying at a friends home, with the friends not actually in your way. Very nice and stress-free. It rained that night so we couldn't partake of breakfast outside in the morning, but it was still lovely hearing the rain on our private balcony, watching the clouds roll in and enjoying the peaceful sounds of wine country.