Whale Rock is the perfect location for your intimate wedding. Let’s face it, these days it’s almost impossible to find a bad Paso Robles wedding venue. Everywhere you look its gorgeous settings, grand views, miles of vineyards, picture-perfect barns, literally the most perfect coastlines. We have it all on the Central Coast! I’m not going to lie brides, it’s going to be a difficult choice, but to help you narrow down your search here is an intimate look at an elopement from Whale Rock at Castoro Cellars. A beautiful venue centrally located in Paso Robles wine country, right off West HWY 46.
Whale Rock has all the right qualities of any Paso Robles wedding venue. A breathable outdoor space that can accommodate any style of wedding. At the entrance, you are welcomed by a large gate and a long dirt road. The road goes on for about half a mile, taking you through some of the vineyard and a private residence. The alter, or stage, is a wood platform surrounding a beautiful old oak tree. One of the most impressive oak trees I’ve seen in the area. Surrounding the oak tree, are rows and rows of vines. It’s a magical spot that gave us bright golden light the entire afternoon and on into the evening.
While you are in the area, be sure to stop by Castoro Cellars for a wine tasting experience and then pop in next door at Bethel Road Distillery for a taste of handcrafted spirits.
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