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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.

CAMPING FACILITIES

Cuyamaca Resort--765-2771

Cuyamaca State Park System--765-0755

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

Pinezanita Trailer Ranch--765-0429

THINGS TO DO AND SEE

Barbeque Dinner Theater--765-1100

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

Menghini Winery--765-2072

Old Time Wagon Ride--765-2510

APPLE FESTIVAL

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

Julian Chamber of Commerce--765-1857

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