Paso Robles, California, April 26, 2023 – Known for reinventing once forgotten properties on the Central Coast, Nomada Hotel Group brings to life Farmhouse – a unique bed and breakfast style hotel with a compound of 26 separate cottages within walking distance to charming downtown Paso Robles.

The newly renovated property provides daily continental breakfast and features a lobby market with locally curated artisanal goods. Linus bikes are available to guests for exploring all the town has to offer. Guests are encouraged to relish the outdoors and enjoy the communal fire pits and fountains, surrounded by citrus and olive trees.

Originally established in 1947 as a classic California motel, the reinvention of Farmhouse is a whimsical take on farmhouse-chic with bright and airy cottages. “The redesign was inspired by the layout of the cottages, space you rarely find in a downtown hotel. We wanted to bring freshness and vibrancy to the property by activating the grounds with communal gardens throughout and extending that atmosphere to the interior,” said Kimberly Walker, Founder and Managing Partner.

Rates start at $219 based on double occupancy.  A daily $20 amenity fee covers daily continental breakfast, the use of Linus bicycles and overnight parking.

Set to debut in the fall of 2023, River Lodge is situated at the base of the Paso Robles Wine Trail with 27 accommodations. Following a full overhaul, the transformed property provides a large central pool, outdoor gardens, lobby market, indoor/outdoor bar, full-service restaurant serving three meals daily and open to the public. Guests will have e-bikes for immediate access to downtown and the area’s surrounding wineries.


About Nomada Hotel Group

Nomada Hotel Group is rooted in a passion for the terroir of California’s Central Coast, creating authentic hospitality experiences for its guests. From wine bars to boutique hotels, Nomada specializes in rescuing forgotten spaces and reinventing them as creative gathering places for the modern traveler. Each property is intentionally built to uplift its surrounding community, with food from local farms, wine from local vineyards, art from local artists, and goods from local makers.