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Danish-Style Boutique Hotel in California from $109—Visit Denmark without the Passport!

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Boutique Danish-Style Hotel Timeframe: 29. Jun. 2020 - 29. Aug. 2020

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    Solvang, California is known for its quaint half-timbered buildings (and Danish origin story) that make visitors feel like they've stepped into Europe — not Santa Barbara county. We've found the perfect inn right in the center of town for an excellent price. To book a stay, click the blue booking button below and select the dates that work best for you!


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    from
    $109

    Boutique Danish-Style Hotel

    Timeframe: 29. Jun. 2020 - 29. Aug. 2020
    • How to Book:

      Solvang, California is known for its quaint half-timbered buildings (and Danish origin story) that make visitors feel like they've stepped into Europe — not Santa Barbara county. We've found the perfect inn right in the center of town for an excellent price. To book a stay, click the blue booking button below and select the dates that work best for you!


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At the three-star Wine Valley Inn, you'll feel like you're visiting Europe without leaving the U.S. This hotel has an excellent 4/5 rating on TripAdvisor, features spacious rooms, and is conveniently located near the Los Padres National Forest. You'll also be treated to a complementary breakfast buffet, as well as free self-parking. Similar stays in this beloved location can often be found for over $200 a night, but today we've found rates starting from $109!

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