With its fashionably chic-western flair, the Stables Inn is a welcome addition to the City of Paso Robles. Designed in a manner that’s represents the city’s close connection to horses, the Stables Inn is barely two months old. But it’s such an impressive boutique, it’s destined to become one of the best places to stay in this world-class wine region. A blend of modern comforts and the city’s western-influenced history, learn why the Stables Inn should be on your radar the next time you visit Paso Robles.

 

About the Stables Inn

Opened in July the Stables Inn is an upscale yet moderately priced property in Paso Robles. Located just blocks from the heart of the city, the Stables Inn is the sister property to Hotel Cheval, also in Paso Robles and once named TripAdvisor’s No. 1 Small Hotel in the U.S. The dog-friendly Stables Inn features western-themed rooms in addition to a very friendly, energetic and hospitable staff led by manager Lindsey Sparkman.

Stables Inn
730 Spring St.
Paso Robles, CA  93446
(805) 296-3636
www.stablesinnpaso.com

 

Accommodations

 

Bunk House (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

The Stables Inn offers 19 nicely appointed rooms designed with a distinctive western flair. Standard rooms are available as either a California King Room or Double Room. California King Rooms can accommodate up to two guests  while Double Rooms can accommodate from two to four guests. Of the 19 rooms, four are Double Rooms while the others are California King Rooms and the signature Bunk House.

 

Bunk House, Stables Inn (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

Stables Inn Bunk House

Parties of up to six guests will enjoy the 480 sq. ft. Bunk House. Conveniently adjacent to the guest services area, the Bunk House features four bunk beds with a step ladder and king bed. Like the King and Double Rooms, the Bunk House has amenities like Smart TV and fine linen and bedding. Additionally, the Bunk House has a central communal table, spacious armoire, additional seating. Guests also have a private entrance and patio.

 

Stables Inn Amenities

 

The Tack Room

Connected to the lobby via a glass door is the Tack Room. Named after a storage room for horse riding equipment like saddles and bridles, it houses the coffeemaker and pastry section. Additionally, a Keurig espresso maker is available. Comfortable seating is provided for guests, along with a potbelly fireplace and artwork.

 

Outdoor Fireplace

Just steps away from all rooms is a beautiful outdoor seating area with a fireplace and wine bar. Centrally located onsite, complimentary wine is served on a rotating basis. Guests can also socialize here at their leisure.

Complimentary Onsite Parking

The Stables Inn has a spacious parking lot for all of its guests. There is no fee for parking. Also onsite for electric vehicles is a Siements` VersiCharge Universal Vehicle Charging Station.

 

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Dog-Friendly

The Stables Inn allows up to two dogs per room. The fee is $25 per dog, per day and a pet waiver must be signed at check-in. Dog treats are available in the lobby/guest services. There is no fee for service dogs. However, the Stables Inn requests that advance notification of a service dog be given prior to arrival.

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Nearby Attractions

Downtown Paso Robles – The heart of Downtown Paso Robles is four blocks away. Downtown Paso Robles offers several shopping and dining options. Suggested dining include La Cosecha Bar & Restaurant and Jeffrey’s Wine Country BBQ. Among other attractions in Downtown Paso Robles are City Park and Paso Robles Children’s Museum.

Paso Robles Intermodal Station – Central station for local bus and Amtrak service is two blocks away

Wine Tasting – Several wine tasting establishments are within walking distance. This includes Derby Wine Estates, D’Anbino Vineyards & Cellars and Justin Downtown Tasting Room.

 

Further Attractions

Wineries & Wine Tasting – With over 300 wineries, visitors have several to choose from. Suggested stops include Alta Colina, Justin Winery and Thacher Winery in the Santa Lucia Mountains west of Highway 101. Several more options can be found in Tin City, a collection of wine tasting rooms and boutique stores. Wine tasting recommendations to consider at Tin City are Giornata and Union Sacré Winery.

Paso Robles Events Center

Although temporarily closed, the Paso Robles Event Center is one of the signature attractions in the city. Located just west of Highway 101 at Highway 46 East, the Events Center is home to the California Mid-State Fair. Each year, the Mid-State Fair hosts rodeo competitions and a large number of world-class music artists. Among those who have appeared are Aerosmith, Jason Aldean, Justin Bieber, Fergie, Journey, Blake Shelton and Rod Stewart

 

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About The Author:

Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer who served as the National Travel Writer for CBS Local from 2012-2019. More than 900 of his stories still appear in syndication across 23 CBS Local websites, including CBS New York, CBS Los Angeles and CBS Chicago. His other stories have appeared in the Daily Meal, Examiner.com, CBS Radio, Engadget and Radio.com. He is a Media Fellow of Stanford University.

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