Designed by architect John Robert Mitchell, Comus House was the first structure built on the vineyard property, followed by Denner’s winery, tasting room, and Comus Center—all in keeping with the natural geography and culture of the Central Coast. Here, gently rolling, sun-kissed hills are scattered with clumps of coastal oaks and the occasional stand of stately cypress. Like ribs of corduroy, carefully planted vines spread across the landscape under rosy, Tuscan-hued skies—in shades that range from emerald green to burnished red, depending upon the season.
Welcome to Comus House, your luxurious retreat from the world, located at the top of the lush hills and voluptuous valleys that comprise the 100+ working acres of Denner Vineyards. Aptly named for the Greek god of festivity and son of the wine god Bacchus, Comus House offers four uniquely appointed bedrooms in a sunny, spacious home. The exceptional wood work and impressive doors throughout the house were hand crafted from a 100 year old wine vat. A sprawling living room boasts a magnificent wall of cathedral windows to maximize picture-perfect views, and a crackling wood burning fireplace to take the edge off the cool nights and crisp mornings. An expansive covered wood porch provides outdoor seating for a good long read or a chat with friends. Heavy raw wood beams, vaulted ceilings with skylights, and stylish furnishings with a rustic, considerable feel lend to this truly unique, yet authentic California, getaway. Come inside and pick the bedroom that suits you best.
Each bedroom comes with its own private attached bathroom, King-sized beds, plush bathrobes, hair dryers, Turkish cotton towels, and locally made organic soaps. And of course, our signature wine glasses. A sumptuous European-style breakfast and a festive wine tasting at sunset are also included.
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