Fantastic Place - 8/2012
We weren't sure what to expect, but from the moment we stepped in the door and was greeted by Sean with a glass a wine, it was pure magic. The rooms were spectacular, spacious, and the private deck was a perfect place to drink wine, look over the vineyards, and just be in the stillness of the evening. Sean was a great host that gave us yummy suggestions for restaurants and good choices for wine tasting. We will definitely be back with friends. Would love to rent the whole place and enjoy their inviting courtyard with darling lights, and fire pit. The BBQ looked like it was right out of Bonanza. WE will be back!!!!!
New Mexico Jewel in the Central Coast - 8/2012
The drive, location, room, gourmet breakfast, serenity couldn't have been more perfect. The Owners' friendliness and knowledge of farming and respectful efforts in retaining traditional winemaking techniques really make this experience first class and down to earth! Our stay was too short and was during a Central coast heat wave (August 6 to 7th).
Loved Our Stay at Wild Coyote - 7/2012
We really enjoyed our stay. The rooms are near the top of the hill and you overlook the Wild Coyote vineyard as well as that part of the valley. We spent most early evenings sitting on our patio, enjoying the view with a glass of wine and watching the wildlife scurry or fly by. The larger front patio was where breakfast was served in the morning. The breakfast was delicious and different every morning. This nice added touch helped us have an even more relaxing stay here because it was just one less thing to think about. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. They are styled in adobe architecture with tile floors and are colorfully decorated. Everyone that worked there was extremely friendly and helpful. We really enjoyed the uniqueness of the Wild Coyote B&B because it makes for a much more intimate stay than doing the regular hotel thing. We will be staying there again soon and recommend it to anyone interested in staying Paso Robles.
Not Your Run-of-the-Mill B&B - 5/2012
We were looking for an unusual B&B. The pueblo-style casitas were what attracted us; however, the extreme friendliness of the owners, yummy breakfasts, their own wonderful wines, and the peacefulness of the surroundings are what would bring us back. Both Gianni and Kati are fabulous artists. The other guests there have been returning for years, which says a lot. You are out in the country, but only a ten-minute drive to Paso Robles.
I'm Wild about the Wild Coyote - 7/2011
The room and amenities were great. The host was very personable and helpful. The complimentary wine was delicious. Breakfast was served to our rooms, and it was made to order/yummy. We will stay here again.
Life on the Vine - 9/2012
I can't talk enough about this place. Yeah, i know - should have written the review a little sooner - but this allows me to relive the great visit we had at Wild Coyote. Even the approach to the property was nice - driving up through the gates. You immediately felt the peacefulness and the native American and santa fe influence. It was pretty quiet and we were welcomed by Gianni - the owner. His kindness and down to earth appreciation for life came through immediately. Here was a man who was living his passion and it showed. As I said it was quiet and the first thing he did was move us to a room that would be even a little more peaceful. The rooms and property were decorated w/ art made by him and his wife. We did not want to leave - just enjoy the peacefulness of the property - take pictures, read, write and of course drink wine. We did go into town one day to pick up some cheese (hey you need cheese right?) and snacks for dinner. One day we did the wine tasting as well - was good to hear from someone so knowledgeable and into what they do. While my wife enjoys red - I have now become a convert as well - no "wimpy whites" as the sign says. Raising the glass to your lips - you can smell the difference and the taste - wow so full of body. Of course we had to buy and bring home some - hmmm almost gone - perhaps we need another road trip! Gianni said that we needed to taste w/ Sean as he made it more fun but we enjoyed his company - there were a few others that came and went at the tasting. Watching the fog and having the breakfast each morning made for a very special stay. We did meet Sean one morning at our breakfast and yes you can tell he likes to laugh - we will have to spend more time here.
Like Santa Fe B&B - 9/2012
Extremely comfortable and attractive B&B. Breakfast was quite good too. A small quibble: in our room, the bathroom sink is not situated in the most practical position; it's tucked in a corner, but it looks good. The views are amazing. The concierge/manager whose name might be Sean, is terrific. He recommended restaurants and wineries which were all very very satisfying experiences. We highly recommend his input if you do not know Paso Robles. Stayed August 2012, traveled as a couple.
Birthday Getaway - 8/2012
What a wonderful experience! Great rooms- we love the Taos feel of the rooms and tasting room. Excellent breakfast both mornings served by Sean who was so much fun. The view from our back patio was like looking out at Tuscany. We had an amazing time. Perfect!
The Perfect Location - 7/2012
his is our second stay here at Wild Coyote. We love everything about this place. The peaceful grounds, wonderful views from the private patio, colorful New Mexico decor and of course, some of the best wines around. You can't go wrong with Wild Coyote!
Wildflower Triathlon B&B - 5/2012
This B&B is a small 4 room B&B at a winery just outside Paso Robles. The owners are Gianni and Kati and are wonderful folks who take good care of their guests. We chose Wild Coyote due to its proximity of about 30 miles from San Antonio Lake where the Wildflower Triathlon is held and also due to its New Mexican architecture. The selection proved to be a good one. The service from all the staff was very good. We didn't get to meet everyone, but Rosy was special. Kati's breakfasts were delicious and Gianni was full of information on the area and the wine and architecture. The laid back setting and pace were great for getting ready to do my triathlon event and my wife got some great relaxation and sunshine time with lovely views of the orchards all around us. We enjoyed the wines and people. This is a place we plan to return to and if doing Wildflower again (it is a great race) next year, we will definitely be back at Wild Coyote.