Built in 1969, the Temecula Creek Inn is home to 27 holes of golf and is based at the gateway to 35 Temecula wineries. The location is also central to Old Town Temecula, established in 1882, now home to shops and sites.
While I think of inn’s as typically small, intimate properties, Temecula Creek Inn seems more like a hotel. The property boasts 130 rooms and suites, broken up into several wings, as well as a three-bedroom house.
Golfers will enjoy the 27 hole championship golf course. There is also a swimming pool and hot tub on property, but it was being renovated during my summer visit.
For couples traveling with children, Temecula Creek Inn offers rooms with two queen beds. My room, #418, was described as a double queen and rented for $189. – $220. The room was on the first floor with a small patio out the sliding glass door. When I say small patio, I’m referring to a cement area with chairs – from there, it opens to a large grassy area; great for kids to play or brides to be photographed with their bridal party. (That’s what was taking place outside my window in the afternoon.)
From the looks of their Facebook page, the Inn is a popular location for weddings.
My room was large and offered a view of the golf course in the distance.
Temecula Creek Inn is pet-friendly with a one-time $50 fee.
Need to know:
There is a $12. daily resort fee that covers parking, wifi, in room coffee and bottled water.
Check in: 4:00 p.m.
Check out: noon
Depending on your package, the resort fee may be reduced or removed. Check the website for details.
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Temecula Creek Inn (951) 694-1000
44501 Rainbow Canyon Road
Temecula, CA 92592
Article written by and photos courtesy of Travel Writer Nancy D. Brown of What a Trip, Travels from Northern California. Top photo courtesy of Temecula Creek Inn.
I was a guest of Temecula Creek Inn.