If you're planning a trip to Pinnacles National Park and need a place to stay, your search should start and end with The Inn at the Pinnacles. Truth is, if you want to visit the park but don't want to camp, the Inn is by far the best choice. The kind owners who have put their hearts and souls into refurbishing this gem of an establishment don't skimp on hospitality because they know they're the best option. Just the opposite - in fact, you'll have a hard time dragging yourself away from the comforts of the Inn to start your day of hiking.The Inn at the Pinnacles — Photo courtesy of Inn at the Pinnacles
The Inn is separated into six cozy but comfortable suites, all equipped with microwave, gas barbeque, wet bar, refrigerator, gas fireplace, air conditioning, robes and slippers, queen beds, whirlpool tubs, and CD player. If you're visiting Pinnacles during the hot summer, you'll be grateful for the onsite pool as well.
And the hosts know how to start and end your day just right. Breakfast in the morning is not your motel line at the waffle maker while you drink cold coffee out of a throwaway cup; you'll be treated to a quality, home-cooked meal that will have you ready for a full day of exploring.Breakfast at the Inn — Photo courtesy of Inn at the Pinnacles
When you get back to the Inn, most nights you'll be able to join the Inn's social hour featuring wines grown from the vineyard right onsite. It's a great opportunity to learn about the history and scenery of the area, as well as rub elbows with your fellow National Park enthusiasts.Vineyards at the Inn — Photo courtesy of Inn at the Pinnacles
If you think you can stand hearty breakfasts, outstanding California wines and a rejuvenating trip to a mesmerizing national park, make your reservations at The Inn at the Pinnacles today.