Cambria’s Olallieberry Inn –  Specials

There’s always something special going on at Olallieberry Inn! This includes discounted stays, special events and add ons that will enhance your getaway. Surely there is one that is just right for you and your loved one.

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Enjoy Cambria this Winter & Save!
Surprise the one you love with a getaway to the California Central Coast!

Stay any two midweek nights (Sun-Thu) and get $20 off your room rate.
Stay four midweek nights and get $40 off of your room rate!

Offer includes a bottle of wine upon arrival
plus our signature Olallieberry Inn Cookbook.

Must request when booking your stay. Must book directly with Olallieberry Inn.
New reservations only. Cannot be combined with any other discount or special offer.

Valid February 17 – March 30, 2020

BOOK ONLINE OR CALL 805-927-3222

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Olallieberry Inn Picnic Lunch
There’s so much to do when visiting Olallieberry Inn! Visit Hearst Castle, hike an abundance of trails, enjoy the wonderful wines from Paso Robles, or simply relax in our beautiful gardens. For guests on the go … let us fortify you with a special lunch packed with love!

The picnic lunch includes homemade French bread, salad, salami, fruit and nuts, a sweet treat from the Inn’s kitchen, and a bottle of local Paso Wine. (Vegetarian options available upon request.)

Your order must be placed at the time of your reservation or call 1 week before: 805-927-3222.

Lunch for 2: $60.00

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Make your stay extra romantic!
We’ll prepare a chilled bottle of champagne and a fresh bouquet of flowers for you and your loved one.

Add $60 to your room rate.

Please request this romantic special when booking your stay.

“We had a great experience, Olallieberry Inn sets the bar high. It was our first experience at a B&B, Will recommend and plan to visit again. Historic home, lots of character, clean, great breakfast, and very comfortable. Love the location on the creek and walk town!”  – TH, Fallbrook.