Olive groves and wineries are what Paso Robles are known for. But if you’re looking for a relaxing destination this coming summer vacation, Paso Robles has a nice place for you. Just a 10-minute drive from downtown Paso Robles, you’ll find a working alpaca ranch with a breathtaking view. But here’s the great part. The beautiful Capaldi ranch is open for rent through Airbnb. So, you and your family can see free roaming alpacas in a tranquil environment.
Aside from alpacas, Capaldi ranch also houses other animals such as chickens, horses, cats, and dogs. For only $74 per night, you get to experience a pleasant country life where you can interact with farm animals.
More importantly, you’ll get to relax all you want in its private room with complete amenities. The room has a comfortable queen bed and a bathroom located across the hall from the room.
It also has a computer table and WiFi to keep you connected online all the time. Additionally, it has a patio where you can sit and relax while sightseeing in a vast farm. You can also view the sunset from there. What could be more relaxing than to see the sunset while sipping a glass of wine?
There are also plenty of books, playing cards and board games inside the room so you can kill time when boredom strikes. It is important to point out that the alpaca ranch is not a walking distance from town. But you can easily reach it by car. You can park your car near the entrance where the parking area is securely fenced.
“Take us back to a weekend of relaxation and alpacas. Loved this Airbnb experience!”
You can contact Daphne, the ranch’s host, via Airbnb to book your stay. The place has received many positive reviews from guests and exhibits a 5-star rating on all aspects.
“Daphne’s home is a few miles North of the Paso Robles downtown, and close by to restaurants and wineries,”
one guest commented.
“Expect a clean, lovely place to stay, with fantastic views of the surrounding hills and valleys, and a few friendly four-footed friends who are perfectly willing to let you share the views with them.”