Paso's SummerWood Inn reopens after renovations

kleslie@thetribunenews.comAugust 29, 2013 

SummerWood Inn has reopened in Paso Robles, after being closed for 10 months due to renovations.

The renovations include updates to guest suites, a redesign of the inn’s entrance, living room and dining room, and a new demonstration kitchen and outdoor dining area, according to a news release. The SummerWood Winery was open during the renovations.

San Luis Obispo architect Greg Wynn and Templeton’s Ricigliano Construction managed the product. Mari Landscaping of Paso Robles managed the outdoor components.

A second phase of renovations, including the addition of culinary gardens, is scheduled for spring 2014.

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