Planning your trip to Julian Gold Rush Days

 
LA Times | Travel
 

WHERE TO STAY Orchard Hill Country Inn, 2502 Washington St.; (800) 716-7242, www.orchardhill.com. Lovely B&B with sophisticated country charm. Rooms with all amenities, 10 in the lodge, 12 in cottages. Dining room serves excellent prix-fixe dinner ($38) four nights a week. Rates begin at $1...


By Beverly Beyette // 06.13.09
 

WHERE TO STAY

Orchard Hill Country Inn, 2502 Washington St.; (800) 716-7242, www.orchardhill.com. Lovely B&B with sophisticated country charm. Rooms with all amenities, 10 in the lodge, 12 in cottages. Dining room serves excellent prix-fixe dinner ($38) four nights a week. Rates begin at $195.

Julian Gold Rush Hotel, 2032 Main St.; (800) 734-5854, www.julianhotel.com. Small rooms and baths, but this historic B&B has a certain Victorian charm and ideal in-town location. Through Aug. 31, rates begin at $125.

WHERE TO EAT

Jeremy's on the Hill, 4354 Highway 78, Wynola; (760) 765-1587, www.jeremysonthehill.com. Young chef Jeremy Manley, who grew up in the area, is getting high marks for his California- French cuisine. Open daily for lunch and dinner except Wednesdays. Dinner entrees: $12 to $28.

Julian Grille, 2224 Main St., (760) 765-0173. Lunch daily, dinner nightly except Mondays in an inviting vintage cottage. Steak, seafood, pasta. Dinner entrees, $14 to $30.

TO LEARN MORE

Julian Chamber of Commerce, 2129 Main St.; (760) 765-1857, www.julianca.com.