Save with Special Fall Deals at California B&Bs and Boutique Hotels

SACRAMENTO, CA [September 13, 2019]—Autumn is the perfect time to score a great deal on a getaway to a California bed and breakfast or boutique hotel.  As the temperature drops and the summer crowds disperse, members of the California Association of Boutique & Breakfast Inns (CABBI) are serving up some of their best discounted rates and packages.

1906 Lodge at Coronado Beach is offering up to 30% savings this fall with their Island Escape offer. From October 26, 2019 through February 28, 2020, book directly and receive 20% off for one-night stays, 25% off for two-night stays, and 30% off for three-night stays. Each stay includes complimentary signature breakfast buffet each morning, bottomless mimosas, happy hour wine and hors d’oeuvres, cookies and bottled water, and the use of beach chairs, towels, bags, bicycles, and umbrellas. Exclusions, restrictions, and blackout dates apply. Call 619-437-1900, email innkeeper@1906lodge.com, or visit 1906lodge.com to book.

With their Fall Thursday Stay and Sip package, Courtwood Inn  in Murphys is offering savings of over 35% off Thursday night stays with a wine tour. The package includes an overnight stay in a deluxe mini-suite, a four-hour wine tour in Calaveras County wine country, early check-in, breakfast, lunch on the tour, afternoon wine and cheese reception, and round-trip transportation to and from dinner in Murphys. The package price is $525.50 per couple (normally $816), including taxes. The offer is valid through now through November 14, 2019, and is subject to availability. Guests can book directly at courtwoodinn.com or call 209-728-8686.

Tradewinds Carmel is offering a Carmel in the Fall package starting at just $558 plus tax for mid-week stays now through November 30, 2019. Guests receive two nights in a Deluxe King or Queen/Queen room, the inn’s signature continental breakfast buffet, a welcome gift basket, and guests’ choice of two adult aquarium tickets, $75 dining certificate at one of the best restaurants in Carmel, or a three-hour bicycle rental for two. A midweek getaway to Carmel in the fall is ideal with some of the best weather of the year, fewer crowds, and less traffic. The package is subject to availability, not available on weekends or holidays, and some blackout dates may apply. Visit tradewindscarmel.com or call 831-624-2776 to book.

At the Inn at Newport Ranch, the Fall Inn Love package is available through December 23, 2019 for $1,500 and includes a two-night stay midweek in the Newport Suite, a bottle of sparkling wine, chocolate-covered strawberries, dinner for two, a 2.5-hour guided ATV picnic tour of the property, breakfast each morning, and a late check-out. The package is subject to availability, and blackout days and other restrictions apply. The inn is also offering a Mendocino Mushroom Festival Special perfect for sampling the abundance of extraordinary wild mushrooms the region enjoys this time of year, with 10% savings from November 1 through November 10, 2019. Guests can add a three-hour ATV foraging tour and three-course wild fungi-focused dinner for an additional $150.00 per person. To receive the discounted rate, guests must mention “Mushroom Festival” when booking their room. Call 707-962-4818 to book either special.

Now that crowds are thinning and the air is crisp and clear, The Groveland Hotel is inviting guests to come see Yosemite in all her glorious fall colors. The hotel is offering the Yosemite Fall Special in which guests receive 50% off the second night on two-night midweek stays. Yosemite sports beautiful big-leaf maples, black oaks, and deciduous trees that turn vibrant shades of red and yellow around mid-October. The special is available from October 1, 2019 through December 19, 2019 (weekends and holidays excluded); a two-night minimum stay is required. Guests may book directly at groveland.com and use promo code FALL19 or call 209-962-4000.

Double H Ranch B&B is offering both a Fall Equestrian Package and a Carmel Valley Wine Discovery Package. The Fall Equestrian Package gives guests the chance to experience the oldest thoroughbred farm west of the Mississippi with a one-hour horseback ride and picnic lunch for two in the gazebo or by the Carmel River. The Carmel Wine Discovery Package includes a chauffeured tour of Carmel Valley tasting rooms, complete with wine and a fresh fruit and cheese platter. Both packages include a two-night stay in one of the Double H accommodations, welcome amenity upon arrival, full European breakfast each morning, and a romantic dinner for two. Package pricing ranges from $1,150-$2,950. Visit doublehranchbandb.com or call 831-659-2245 to book.

Napa's Beazley House is offering a CABBI Fall Foliage Special. Guests who stay two or three nights will enjoy an exclusive tasting experience in the middle of a vineyard at a stunning hillside property overlooking the Oakville Bench American Viticultural Area (AVA), where they will sample single-vineyard Cabernets that came from the surrounding vines (a $200 value). It’s the perfect opportunity to get away to Napa Valley this fall for the cool nights and changing leaves. The offer is subject to availability, weather permitting, and not applicable on holiday weekends or during Napa Valley Film Festival. One promo code may be used per reservation. Guests may book directly at beazleyhouse.com (promo code: FALLCOLORS) or call 707-257-1649.

For more information about these and other specials at California inns, visit www.cabbi.com/specials.

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The California Association of Boutique & Breakfast Inns (CABBI) is the largest and most influential bed & breakfast and boutique inn association in the nation and is the only California bed & breakfast association affiliated with the California Hotel & Lodging Association. CABBI was formed in 1991 to promote the bed and breakfast experience to the traveling public and to educate, support and encourage CABBI members to provide a quality stay for inn travelers.

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