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How to Get Close to Julian : BED & BREAKFASTS

September 06, 1990

Butterfield's Bed & Breakfast, P.O. Box 1115, Julian 92036, 765-2179. Hosts: Ray, Mary and Steve Trimmins.

A rustic mountain home built in 1936 along the old Butterfield Stagecoach line.

Country Fare Bed & Breakfast, P.O. Box 2046, Julian 92036, 765-1140. Hosts: Bud and Arlene Corbin.

Set centrally with a panoramic view of town and mountains.

Fair Oaks Bed & Breakfast, P.O. Box 902, Julian 92036, 765-0704. Host: Adam Belushi.

A ranch-style home on 5 acres among large oaks and horse corrals.

Julian Hotel, P.O. Box 1856, Julian 92036, 765-0201. Hosts: Steve and Gig Ballinger.

A State of California "Point of Historic Interest," the inn was originally the Robinson Hotel, built in 1897 by a former slave from Georgia.

Pine Cone Inn, P.O. Box 1317, Julian 92036, 765-2191. Hosts: Forrest and Becky Burleson.

Nestled in a pine grove, the inn overlooks the Anza Borrego Desert and the Salton Sea in the distance.

Shadow Mountain Ranch, P.O. Box 791, Julian 92036, 765-0323. Hosts: Jim and Loretta Ketcherside.

Once an apple orchard and cattle ranch, this bed and breakfast is located on eight acres in the Pine Hills area of Julian.


Cuyamaca Resort--765-2771

Cuyamaca State Park System--765-0755

William Heise County Park--565-3600/691-5071

Pinezanita Trailer Ranch--765-0429


Barbeque Dinner Theater--765-1100

Eagle & High Peak Mines--765-0036/9921

Menghini Winery--765-2072

Old Time Wagon Ride--765-2510


For information about events during the Fall Apple Harvest Festival call:

Julian Chamber of Commerce--765-1857

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