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Ponte Vineyard Inn

At a Glance

    Pros

  • huge rooms
  • lounges everywhere
  • excellent winery on-site
  • gracious service

    Cons

  • weddings
  • very, very quiet

Ponte Vineyard Inn Review

Slow down in old Californio Rancho style at this delightful hotel that opened in 2012 on the grounds of the Ponte Family Estate winery. Everything is big here: the comfy Mission-style furnishings in large lobbies and public areas, the expansive guest rooms, even the double-wide corridors. All rooms have outdoor areas where you can sit, sip a glass of wine, and take in the vineyard and mountain views. Weddings take place on a regular basis in the colorful gardens here. Dining options include the courtyard Bouquet restaurant and the pub-like Cellar Lounge, which serves small-plate meals along with cocktails and craft brews.

    Hotel Details

  • 60 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-21-2013

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