A quiet farm in the country: That’s been the urbanite dream for decades, and for Angelenos, Paso Robles has become the go-to destination for that slower-paced escape. Enter Rancho Dos Amantes, a B&B on a 49-acre ranch about 25 miles northwest of Paso Robles. Three casitas, including one cherry-red “barn apartment” big enough for a family of four, provide accommodations amid olive groves, fruit orchards, vegetable gardens, and livestock. “If you get up at 7, you can milk goats with me,” says owner Tamera Clifford. Not all aspects are so rustic. The casitas have private porches, antique furnishings, and full kitchenettes. Guests can relax by the firepits with a glass of complimentary, local Zinfandel or take a cooking class in a renovated barn.
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