Cowboys invented the handlebar mustache so they'd always have somewhere to hang their hat. Save yourself the grooming time and hang your Stetson somewhere just as stately as your face: for $89, you get your choice of a one-night stay on Wednesday through Saturday in a deluxe inn room (up to $95), a prix-fixe dinner for two people ($50), and a $30 credit broken down into $15 increments for two people toward the following morning's lunch or Sunday brunch from Highland Springs Resort, up to a $175 total value. Your dinner, lunch or Sunday brunch, and room reservations must all be made at the same time. This deal is not valid for the nights of June 12 or June 19, and tax and gratuity are not included.
Highland Springs Resort's friendly staff has been welcoming guests since 1884. The present-day grounds include a thousand-year-old black oak tree in the Cherry Valley foothills, more than 20 acres of farmland ripe with organic herbs, and miles of hiking trails accessible with a visitor guest pass. The deluxe inn room, which echoes the resort's rustic, simple feel, hides behind green and growing charms, including gardens, vined verandas, and plumes of shrubbery rearranged daily by millions of heavy-lift butterflies. Located roughly 80 miles from San Gabriel, Highland Springs Resort is close enough to bookend your work week without spending all of it in the car.
The cuisine of The Grand Oak Steakhouse & Bar is flavored by the resort's harvests of lavender, peppermint, and rosemary. Helmed by Chef Stefan Weck, the menu combines local, organic, and seasonal ingredients with the creativity Stefan honed in the kitchens of Europe's Michelin-starred restaurants. Your prix-fixe dinner for two includes a choice of soup or salad, non-steak entree, and dessert. Depending on the night you choose, sink into the Sunday-morning brunch with your $15 credit per person for a grand oak pancake with caramelized apples ($8), eggs Benedict ($8), or a flank steak with roasted potato wedges ($15). Or consume lunch with options like the artichoke-goat-cheese bruschetta sandwich ($7) or carrot-ginger soup ($7 for a bowl).
Groupon buyers can upgrade their room or prix-fixe dinner for two for an additional fee.
Four Yahoo! Travelers give Highland Springs Resort a perfect five stars.
- The rooms were nice and clean - the food was great - and this year we hope to get the same amount of participation if not more. We enjoyed the grounds - how nice they were and again the comfort of the whole place. – GRANNY
- It was a quaint cottage, nicely decor and very quiet. It was a good choice and very inexpensive. We would recommend it for sure. – A Yahoo! Contributor
San Gorgonio Pass
10600 Highland Springs Ave.
Cherry Valley, California 92223Get Directions