The Lodges at Ada’s Vineyard are the premier residential care facilities on the Central Coast.
Mission Lodge and Monterey Lodge share a landscaped courtyard entry with easy access for all levels of mobility. This courtyard entry is directly accessed by the large parking area with multiple handicapped and guest parking spots. The courtyard is secured with coded exit gates to prevent wandering. This assures our residential care guests are welcomed home with a safe, senior care-friendly garden entry.
Our focus is on maximizing independence and health, while providing personalized care in a guest-centered environment. We embrace the seasons of the vineyard, encouraging eldercare guests to experience Paso Robles life in a safe, comforting environment. The Lodges at Ada’s Vineyard support senior care in the wine country, a place where all seniors desiring eldercare would like to be.
The new Annette Lodge will have a large, landscaped courtyard, with eight of the rooms facing the courtyard. The other six rooms will have lanai spaces, where residents can relax, and enjoy gardens and relaxing. All rooms will have easy access, and handicapped parking and access will be through private parking spaces in the alley. The front lobby will resemble an elegant hotel with street parking and downtown ambiance.
Ada’s Lodges opened the premier eldercare facilities of Mission lodge and Monterey Lodge in 2009. They are located at 5255 and 5253 Monterey Rd, Paso Robles. The lodges are owned and operated by Kathy Tucker and her husband Gary. These first lodges were inspired by Kathy’s search for the perfect spot for her aging grandmother, Ada. Each of these lodges have 10 rooms and their own kitchen and family areas, making them feel homelike and encouraging personalized care.
The lodges are located in an active vineyard, in sight of the coastal mountains, providing seniors with beautiful views. After four years, the Tuckers felt a need for elegant assisted living for people without dementia. They found a perfect location on Pine Street in Paso Robles, near downtown. Annette Lodge was named in memory of the pioneer school Gary attended in rural San Luis Obispo County. The Annette School was a place where families came together to celebrate social occasions and support each other in the pioneer spirit, and Annette Lodge supports elders in the same spirit.
The three lodges provide assistance with daily living, and activities. Residents are encouraged to participate in activities, and care is offered as needed. Rooms and outdoor areas are spacious and welcoming.