Built in 1969, Temecula Creek Inn is one of the few non-winery options in the area. It's a quaint golf resort that was recently purchased by Pechanga Casino.
There are two wedding sites. Our favorite is the Stone House, which is located at the base of a mountain and only accessible by shuttle. It is a surrounded by old-growth oak trees and has the added benefit of being sheltered my shade most of the afternoon. The Stone House is very rustic and can comfortably accommodate family-style parties of around 30. Otherwise, the structure is used for cake cutting and to warm up by the fireplace. Most receptions are set under the stars in the grass area. Tents are available when it gets cold. The are two fire pits with sitting areas are always very popular.
Recommendation: The Corkfire Grill is a locals favorite for their bar and ambience. A great place to host your rehearsal dinner or entertain guests!