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Cottage in Temecula
Temecula Creek Cottages #6
One of 6 darling cottages renovated to new. Rent multiple cottages for you and your friends. Conveniently located near Temecula Wine Country, Old Town Temecula, and Pechanga, we are close to everything but still very secluded. Small dogs are allowed for a fee of $50 - passed on to our cleaning company for additional cleaning between guests. Unfortunately we do not allow cats due to allergy sensitivities. We also offer a Wedding and Event venue. Inquire about our special packages.
$153 per night
Guesthouse in Temecula
Wondrous Stays
Secluded studio in Wine Country: 2 queen beds, full bath, cable TV, electric fireplace, and a full kitchen. Enter the 5-acre estate through a gated & paved private driveway. This is a duplex with two separate units, and the downstairs is occupied. Great for romance, wine tasting & dining out. Minutes to 45 wineries, state parks & scenic hiking. Old Town has 40+ boutiques, bars, dancing, authentic speakeasy & restaurants. Beaches, Disney, Legoland, San Diego & Carlsbad 1 hr. away.
$103 per night
Guesthouse in Temecula
private apartment
GREAT Location. Near golf courses,wine country,casino . (less than a mile), Old Town, restaurants, shopping, three min to Freeway 15. 6 min to Temecula Valley Hospital. Mod one-bedroom apartment,A/C,kitchen with microwave, fridge, washer-dryer ,private bathroom,parking.
$62 per night

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Avensole Winery46 locals recommend
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Lorimar Vineyards and Winery56 locals recommend
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Europa Village42 locals recommend
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Mount Palomar Winery23 locals recommend
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Walmart Supercenter15 locals recommend
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Peltzer Winery45 locals recommend

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Your guide to Temecula

Welcome to Temecula

Once a sedate ranching town — Temecula didn’t get its first traffic light until 1984 — this inland city between Los Angeles and San Diego is now celebrated as Southern California’s wine country. The region’s granite soil, morning mists, warm days, and cool nights make it an ideal spot for cultivating wine grapes. Fifty wineries, many of them family-owned, call Temecula home. In the middle of it all is Temecula’s historic center, Old Town. Packed with Western charm, this shopping corridor lined with wooden sidewalks is home to several historic buildings such as a brick-fronted mercantile built in 1890 (now home to a community theater) and a circa-1914 bank building, now a restaurant. If wine tasting and shopping aren’t enough to satiate your needs, Temecula is also home to several world-class golf courses.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Temecula?

A great wine climate means dependably balmy weather year round. Summer is hot but not scorching, fall and winter are cool but rarely freezing, and spring is mild. Nights tend to be cool year round. You’re likely to find a festival to attend no matter what time of year you stay in one of Temecula’s vacation rentals, but one of the biggest is the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival in June, during which close to 50 hot-air balloons rise and descend above the wine fields during a three-day fete.

What are the top things to do in Temecula?

Temecula Valley Museum

Drink in some local history at this little museum in Old Town. Ranching and farming artifacts are on display next to exhibits chronicling the history of the stagecoach and railroad lines that once sliced through Temecula. One of its more unusual displays is a recreation of the office of mystery author Erle Stanley Gardner, who lived in Temecula from 1937 until his death in 1970.

Ricardo Breceda Garden of Sculptures

Located on a dirt lot between two businesses on 6th Street in Old Town is a menagerie of metal creatures, including a serpentine dragon, a leaping ram, and an undulating octopus. These larger-than-life animals are the creations of the cowboy boot salesman turned sculptor. Fans have commissioned him to create massive installations, such as a 350-foot sea serpent on a privately owned estate in Borrego Springs. You can also schedule private viewings at the artist’s gallery in nearby Aguanga.

Palomar Observatory

This observatory operated by the California Institute of Technology is housed within an Art Deco dome atop the Palomar Mountains. Located about an hour from Temecula, it’s worth the trip to get a look at the massive 200-inch Hale Telescope, one of the world’s largest. The observatory is open seasonally, and closes occasionally due to weather, so check ahead for open hours and to see if guided tours are being offered.

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