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Paso Robles Getaway
$990 current bid
13 Bids
FMV: $1100

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Get away with a road trip to historic Paso Robles, known for its wineries, olive groves, historic museums, and art galleries. Take in the beautiful scenery while driving down Highway 101 and find the perfect spot to enjoy your gourmet picnic basket packed with everything you could want for a roadside break.

Your two-night stay will begin at Cottage Park! A completely remodeled 1937 Spanish-style home that retains much of its original architectural character while offering a light and bright interior, all new furnishings, and modern amenities. This two bedrooms, one bath property is ideally located three blocks from everything downtown Paso Robles has to offer, and is just one block from the new Paso Market Walk - the Gateway of Paso Robles.

Spend a day shopping at unique boutiques and art galleries or visit local artisanal breweries and wineries. Enjoy a complimentary outdoor wine tasting while taking in the rolling hills at Niner Wine Estates. Then relax after a long day at Thomas Hill Organics, a farm-to-table restaurant dedicated to serving creative, organic cuisine and highlighting unique wines from the Central Coast. Make this a getaway you won't want to get away from.

  • Two-night stay at Cottage Park
  • $100 Thomas Hill Organics Gift Certificate
  • Niner Wine Estates, Paso Robles Gift Certificate for Complimentary Tastings
  • Picnic Basket includes:
    • Cotton luxe throw
    • Columbia lunch cooler
    • Two beverage bottles
    • $100 gift certificate to Mollie Stone
    • Cutting board
    • W&P Picnic Knife
    • Bottle of Cass 2017 Reserve Cabernet, Paso Robles
    • Two wine glasses

Dates for the Cottage Park stay to be mutually agreed between visitor and cottage owner. Cottage not available on blackout dates.

Donated By Gene & Barbara Van Puymbroeck, Mary Ann Teixeira, Niner Wine Estates, Nancy Minnig and David Wildman