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Paso Robles, Calif.: Vineyard stay and spa treatment for $225 each

At HammerSky Vineyards and Inn in Central California, you can come to taste the wine -- and linger longer, if you like. The Paso Robles vineyard is offering visitors a chance to bunk down in its restored farmhouse that's more than a century old. The price tag: $225 per person per night for a stay at the 50-acre site plus wine and a spa treatment.

The deal: HammerSky was started in 2007, but the farmhouse dates back to pioneer times, the vineyard's website says. Owners Douglas and Kim Hauck have updated the house with Wi-Fi, an outdoor living space and renovated bedrooms that accommodate up to six guests.

The getaway comes with wine and artisan cheese served when you arrive; choice of a facial, massage or mani-pedi on site; and a personal tour of the winery. After that, the relaxing is up to you.

When: The offer is good for stays through March 30, but you have to book by Jan. 31.

Details: There's no online reservations for this getaway; email or call the vineyard (see below) to make arrangements. For those interested in a daytime visit only, the tasting room is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays. Tickets cost $10 each.

Info: HammerSky, 7725 Vineyard Drive, Paso Robles, Calif.; (805) 239-0930; email Kim Hauck at for reservations.
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