The Piccolo is a charming boutique hotel in downtown Paso Robles. You can have a small elopement wedding at the only rooftop venue in Paso Robles. If you have larger plans, you can rent the whole hotel for the weekend and have events not only in the rooftop bar, but also the courtyard, the wine lounge, and the library. The bride and groom and up to 46 guests can stay at the hotel for non-stop celebrations.
Phil and Tracy have lovingly restored the buildings on their farm to create the perfect wedding venue for up to 300 guests. There are both indoor and scenic outdoor spaces where you can have your wedding ceremony. Your guest can wander around the farm and vineyard. There is even a lake with kayaks. The barn has a magnificent chandelier and you can have a lovely dinner there and then dance the night away. The bride and groom can stay at the farm the night before and the night of the wedding in one of the guest accommodations.
On the top of a hill in the middle of a vineyard, you will find Cass Winery and Vineyard’s wedding venue. There are indoor venues and outdoor venues with spectacular views. Cass Winery and Vineyards is great for small weddings, but can also accommodate over 300 guests. You could also stay overnight onsite at the Geneseo Inn or the Guesthouse.
What used to be a poultry farm has been remodeled into a cozy and welcoming wedding venue. You can choose to have your outdoor ceremony by a waterfall and majestic oak trees. The reception can be indoors or outside and the wedding party can stay overnight at the quaint Ivy House. There are several different wedding packages available and this venue has a capacity of up to 150 guests.
Paso Robles is one of the most romantic destinations for a wedding. Any of these venues could be the perfect place to exchange your Luvari wedding rings, whether a hawk flies them to you, a ring bearer brings them, or the best man is in charge of them.