The Hacienda at La Lomita Ranch


Farm stay hosted by Tom

  1. 6 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 2 bathrooms
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Step back in time at the exclusive entrance to California’s Edna Valley coastal wine region. Grand Oaks and green peaks circle the lush estate, while light and shadow dance against the arched exterior of the luxurious private suites. Once home to famed Arabian horses, the storied Spanish property now welcomes guests from around the globe.

The space
3 bedroom 2 bath house and is separate from the 7 room La Posada Bed & Breakfast.

Each authentically designed room features custom hand-crafted Mexican furnishings, Saltillo tile floors, and oil rubbed bronze fixtures. Each night fine linen by Rivolta Carmignani awaits you, alongside hypoallergenic goose down duvet and pillows. Slip into plush signature terry robes, and enjoy your own spa experience with our exclusive blend of luxury bath amenities.

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Where you’ll be

San Luis Obispo, California, United States

La Lomita means little hill in Spanish. La Lomita Ranch is nestled between Islay Hill, the last of the volcanic cones or morros know as the nine sisters, and the vineyards of Edna Valley wine country.

Located 90 miles north of Santa Barbara, La Lomita Ranch lies halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles and a five-minute drive from the San Luis Obispo County Regional airport and downtown San Luis Obispo.

Hosted by Tom

  1. Joined in April 2019
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Originally, La Lomita Ranch was part of the Mexican land grant, Rancho Corral de Piedra, a 30,911-acre given in 1841 by Governor Juan B. Alvarado to José María Villavicencio. The grant was located between present day San Luis Obispo and Arroyo Grande, and bounded on the south by Arroyo Grande Creek. When José María Villavicencio died in 1853, he left the ranch to his seven children. In 1866, Rodríguez convinced the heirs to sell him the entire rancho, which he sold to dairyman George Steele and his brothers Edgar W., Isaac C., and Rensselaer E. Steele. Eventually 700 acres were purchased and developed by Prince Zourab Tchkotoua and Princess Marieta Salas in the mid-1970s, bringing to San Luis Obispo a world class Arabian Horse Breeding facility. In the mid-1990s the ranch was acquired and subdivided into five parcels, with four of the parcels being acquired and planted as vineyards. The 160 acre parcel with the equine facility remained La Lomita Ranch, and today serves as the gateway to Edna Valley's Central Coast wine region.
Originally, La Lomita Ranch was part of the Mexican land grant, Rancho Corral de Piedra, a 30,911-acre given in 1841 by Governor Juan B. Alvarado to José María Villavicencio. The g…

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Check-in: After 15:00
Check out: 11:00
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No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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