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This was my first time at this kind of destination and I was a bit hesitant. In the end, I can't say enough good things about the Inn. The hosts were wonderful and the chef did a great job with each breakfast. It was a...More
We recently booked a weekend stay at the Inn at Europa Village. This second time was with a group of family and friends for a birthday celebration (14 people total). The chef, his wife and the entire staff were so welcoming and very accommodating to...More
Not a great destination for women. The chef and innkeeper, Dean, treats women like second-class citizens. At breakfast every morning Chef Dean very pointedly serves all the men before any of the women are served. He even announces that is his policy. My husband and...More
This little inn on top of the hill is truly a "hidden gem" in Temecula. Chef Dean and his lovely wife Nicole, with the assistance of David, surround you in old world charm, and provide a you with amazingly prepared breakfasts that are off the...More
From the moment we drove up the winding drive bordered by grape vines, I felt like I was in Tuscany. The Inn is beautifully appointed but comfortable and cozy at the same time. We were pleasantly surprised to receive an upgraded room with a balcony...More
No elevator. They have I believe 4 rooms on the ground floor ( Cabernet Sauvignon, Libido, Pinot Grigio(my favorite) and the Muscat Canelli). Call the Inn for more details. Chef Dean and his wife Nicole are very helpful and... More
No elevator. They have I believe 4 rooms on the ground floor ( Cabernet Sauvignon, Libido, Pinot Grigio(my favorite) and the Muscat Canelli). Call the Inn for more details. Chef Dean and his wife Nicole are very helpful and attentive to your needs.