Bridge Creek Inn, San Luis Obispo 
Nestled near the vineyards of the Edna Valley, just ten minutes from historic San Luis Obispo, the Bridge Creek Inn offers pastoral views of the Santa Lucia Mountains and a spectacular nightly show of uncountable stars.

Their custom-designed bed and breakfast is located on 10 acres of gently rolling hills with a seasonal stream.  Here, you can retreat from the pressures of daily life by relaxing in our outdoor spa, visiting over twenty wineries close at hand, or exploring the scenic California coast.

The home was originally designed in 1975 by a local artist, Roger Marshall, in a popular house style of the 1970's known as "Builder's shed". The most distinct element of this style is the multi-directional shed roof.  The house is architecturally unique both in its sculptural massing and its overall layout. The structure is multi-level to take advantage of the gently sloping topography. The clerestory windows allow natural light to warmly illuminate the interior, while displaying the spectacular views of the mountains. And, as the sun sets over the hills, thousands of stars emerge to brighten the night. From the expansive redwood deck and outdoor spa you can watch the moon rise over this mountain vista.

Bridge Creek Inn - Cuisine features local Edna Valley wineries at their evening refreshment hour. Light, gourmet refreshments accompany your wine to whet your appetite for the fine dining that you can experience on the Central Coast. Their home-cooked breakfast can include such items as goat cheese and rosemary omelets, sour cream streusel coffee cake, orange stuffed French toast, eggs Benedict, lemon soufflé pancakes with blueberry syrup, caramel pecan waffles, fresh fruit (including blackberries and raspberries from the Bridge Creek Inn's own vines!) and plenty of juice and freshly brewed coffee and tea. If a lighter breakfast appeals to you, they always have their "private label" granola available.

For more information please visit or call 805/544.2002.

Bridge Creek Inn, San Luis Obispo