March 7, 2013 | MIscellaneous Wine Fun! , Wine Country Travel | Touring & Tasting
A Night at Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort & Spa
Guest Blogger, JessyLynn Perkins, Marketing & E-Media Director
After attending World of Pinot Noir's Friday Tasting, I was ready to take a moment for some quality rest & relaxation. Meeting, greeting, and tasting wines is more exhausting than one may think (but yes, it is just as fun as one may think too)! After finishing the tasting, held at The Cliffs Resort, I headed straight to Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort & Spa to spend a quiet eventing in.
Stepping onto the serene property, I followed the path down to my one-bedroom guest suite, fittingly named "Exquisite", and exqusite is an understatment! The room not only had one of the most comfortable beds I have ever slept in, but it also came with a fire place and my very own hot tub! Yes, that's right, my very own hot tub!
After one of the best night's sleep I've had in ages, I woke up early to explore the grounds, and all that Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort has to offer. My first stop was the Meditation Labyrinth, something I had been looking forward to since my arrival.
The day was unseasonably warm and I was kindly greeted with a morning of uninterrupted silence. The next item on my agenda was to take advantage of the hiking trail located on the Sycamore Springs property. The two-mile round trip hike offered a breath-taking display of California’s Central Coast's most honored features: endemic plants, colorful wildflowers, and of course, the Pacific Coastline.
I was only able to squeeze in enough time for the Meditation Labrynth and Sycamore Crest Trail before the morning was over, but the list of activities and services at Sycamore Mineral Springs goes on and on. From daily yoga classes to bike riding trails, there is something for everyone at Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort and Spa!