• Almond Trees

  • Fisherman displaying a fish

  • Live music in Downtown Winters

  • Food from Putah Creek Cafe

  • Aerial view of Hotel Winters

Winters, California

A throw-back town with a forward-looking attitude, Winters is a classic strip of Americana. The downtown district is humming with activity and will definitely peek your interest.

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Stay Awhile in Winters

Nestled in the heart of downtown Winters, Hotel Winters is a boutique spa hotel surrounded by celebrated restaurants, renowned wine-tasting rooms, and unique shops. The property features oversized guest rooms with high ceilings, courtyard with water lounge, rooftop bar, on-site restaurant Carboni’s Ristorante Bar & Marketplace, and full-service spa offering luxury with a touch of small-town charm. Make sure to check out their special offers.

Built in 1905, Abbey House Inn a charming restful stay, is one block from historic downtown Winters, Ca. Lovingly restored and updated offering guests a spacious dining area and parlor with an old-fashioned wrap-around porch for relaxing. Each well-appointed bedroom includes a private bath and some have a whirlpool tub and cozy fireplace.

Coming soon, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott will open in early 2023 conveniently located at 702 Matsumoto Lane right off I-505. Offering outstanding service for an easy and comfortable stay-at an exceptional value.


Steady Eddy’s

Bicyclists come from near and far to this bastion of good coffee and food in downtown Winters. Indeed, you’ll often see more bikes parked by Steady Eddy’s than anything else.

And why not? You can get a hot latte or Monticello Mocca, a selection of teas, fresh fruit smoothies or a number of frozen blended drinks like an extra rich caramel slush. To eat, choose from more than a dozen paninis from French Delight (Brie, turkey and tomato) to Sgt. Pepper Blues (roast beef, blue cheese, tomato, and cracked pepper dressing).

You’ll also find a nice selection of wraps, salads, soups, and fresh baked pastries. It’s the perfect place for a carb- and protein-loading rest stop.

Steady Eddy’s is at 5 East Main Street in Winters; call (530) 795-3588.


Uniquely Winters: Arc Guitar

If you’ve ever longed to have a custom-made guitar, or if you just appreciate fine craftsmanship, you’ll want to spend a bit of time in Arc Guitar. This diminutive shop is staffed by skilled luthiers who specialize in building guitars to customer specifications as well as guitar repairs and restoration. When you visit, you’re sure to see a number of acoustic beauties on display, and possibly watch someone’s piece of artwork being built before your eyes.

Arc’s Guitar Building School offers students the chance to build an acoustic guitar using the same techniques and materials with hands-on instruction.

Arc Guitar is at 308 Railroad Avenue in historic downtown Winters. Open weekdays 11-6, Saturday 11-3; (530) 795-1795.


Winters Cheese Company, Delicious and Steeped in Heritage

Who doesn’t like a nice piece of cheese? Whether tart or creamy, seasoned, smoked, or just straight up, cheese is one of life’s simple, elegant pleasures. You’ll find great pleasure in sampling the artisan offerings of the Winters Cheese Company in downtown Winters.

Cheesemaker Daniel Turkovich comes by his craft honestly. He grew up helping his father every summer on the family farm.  He attended college at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo to study winemaking, but through hands-on experience at the Cal Poly Creamery, Turkovich discovered his passion was making artisan cheese. After graduating, Daniel came home to establish the cheese company, continuing the family tradition of making fine agricultural products.

He makes several delicious varieties. For example, Tomme (rhymes with “home”) has a buttery, milky nose, with a mild, slightly sweet, nutty flavor. His most popular cheese is Caerphilly, modeled after the Welsh original, and tastes like a full, tangy marriage between a sharp cheddar and parmesean. Additional choices include Sage Cheddar, Smoked Gouda, Chipotle Jack, and a handful of others.

You can taste in the Turkovich Family Wines tasting room (with the wines, if you like) at 306 Railroad Avenue. For more information, call (530) 795-3842 or visit their website here.


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