Carter Estate Winery and Resort

34450 Rancho California Rd | Temecula, CA 92591-4953  [SEE MAP]Temecula, CA  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Temecula at the Carter Estate Winery doesn’t disappoint!

Feb 28th, 2020

These cute little bungalows are a nice way to spend your time away from home in Temecula. The check in process was fast and efficient. We were pleasantly surprised by the spacious room! Our continental breakfast, which was included with our stay was a treat. You can hit three wineries while you stay here- of course start with Carter Estates. There is also a complimentary shuttle that will take you to their sister winery, South Coast Winery. And as a added bonus, South Coast Winery shares a parking lot with Ponte Winery, so you can’t go wrong. Carter Estates offers a pool side grill. Great eating options at South Coast and Ponte as well. We will definitely be back ! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 3

A mixed bag

Feb 17th, 2020

My disappointment in my recent stay stems mainly from the fact that this "resort" does not live up to its luxury billing and cost. While the rooms are spacious and well designed, they do adjoin another room and, on one night, our neighbors were less than considerate. The other drawback is that there is no full service restaurant on the property so that your complimentary brreakfast consists of stale pastries and unripe fruit. Honestly, the pastries could have been lingering in a vending machine for motnhs, given their level of freshness. Even if you don't have a kitchen on the premises, at least pick up something at the local bakery and farmer's market both of which exist in Temecula. On the plus side, the staff is wlecoming, the winery peersonnel are friendly and the wines acceptable. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Beautiful rooms

Feb 11th, 2020

Quiet and very relaxing. Big bath tub. Refrigerator, coffee machine, wine glasses and room service. Check in is at 4 but we arrived at 11:30 and were able to check into our room. Our room reservation came with coupon for wine tasting. Would stay there again TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Not worth it for more than a day.

Feb 9th, 2020

Signed up for a 5 day stay. The buildings are duplexes, so you can see your neighbor if you step 10ft out of your room. Breakfast is yogurt, fruit and Walmart quality muffins. Pool was unusable at the time of our stay, no microwave in room, no food options after 4pm. Room service was limited to sandwiches and salads. Don’t expect to eat here. Front desk was very accommodating but the things offered at the resort were sub par for the price tag. Also don’t go in February. Everything looks dead outside, and it’s too cold to go for a walk, enjoy the horses, hot air balloons or even the café- it’s practically outdoors. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Lovely Resort in the midst of Wine Tasting Country

Jan 20th, 2020

We loved our stay at the Carter Estate. We had two super large beautiful rooms in Building 18 with a lanai overlooking the vineyards. The grounds are magnificent with acres of grapes and loads of olive trees. The Tasting Room provided some lovely wines and sparkling wines right on the property. Grape Line Wine Tours picked us up from the property and took us to tastings to four wineries - 3 of the 4 which were quite good. I would have given the resort 5 starts except the wifi never worked despite assurances that it would be fixed. That was pretty annoying. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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