Spreafico Farms Est. 2008

Location: 7900 Orcutt Rd., San Luis Obispo, California, United States

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A fabulous field belies a beautiful barn at this San Luis Obispo real, real, REAL good ranch.
Light up the night with vintage string bulbs and get your boots a-stompin at a bash with a barndance!
The Lowdown
Type
Barn / Farm / Ranch
Winery / Vineyard
Views
Canyon
Meadow/Field
Valley
Vineyard
Style
Casual
Country
Rustic
Western
BEST type of CELEBRATIONS
Rehearsal Dinner / Welcome Reception
Wedding Ceremony
Wedding Reception

Venue Setting

Nestled amongst vineyards and rolling hills, in the heart of beautiful San Luis Obispo, Spreafico Farms is rich in history and has been an integral part of the county since the early days. 

Currently, the site is a family-owned cattle and vegetable ranch. It offers the hospitality and beauty that so many have come to realize of our little slice of paradise. Spreafico Farms opened its doors to the public in 2010 and has hosted weddings and other large events.


OUR VENUE INCLUDES:

- a beautiful hilltop ceremony area, with 360 degrees of panoramic views

- a ceremony stage

- a rustic wooden arch, if requested

- a roomy "bridal cottage", with private restroom and patio

- a historical barn, finished with smooth concrete floors (up to 180 seated capacity)

- a barn back patio, finished with decomposed granite (up to an additional 130 seated capacity)

- large wooden barn bar 

- outdoor bar 

- string / market lights in barn and back patio

- natural wood chairs with white padding

- 8' rectangular tables

- on-site restrooms

- ability to set-up/have wedding rehearsal a day-prior to event

- 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. on event day

- large parking area

- caterer area with rinse station

Fees
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?

No

Insurance

Additional Insurance Is Required To Host An Event At This Venue

Capacity

Seated
200
Buffet
200
Standing
250
Celebrations Hosted Here Since
2008
Curfew
12 AM
Venue Spaces
Indoor & Outdoor Venue Spaces Available
Catering
Client Can Select The Caterer Of Their Choice
Alcohol
BYO Permitted – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol
Music
Indoors Only
Smoking
Designated Smoking Areas Only
Inside Scoop

Ran­cho Cor­ral de Piedra was a 30,911-acre (125.09 km2) Mex­i­can land grant in present day San Luis Obispo County, Cal­i­for­nia con­sist­ing of two square leagues given in 1841 by Gov­er­nor Juan B. Alvarado to José María Villav­i­cen­cio, with an exten­sion of five square leagues given in 1846, by Gov­er­nor Pio Pico. The grant was located between present day San Luis Obispo and Arroyo Grande, and bounded on the south by Arroyo Grande Creek. José María Teodoro Villav­i­cen­cio (1800–1853), called for brevity Villa, was the sec­ond son of Rafael de Jesus Villav­i­cen­cio (a sol­dier and mem­ber of the Por­tola expe­di­tion) and Maria Ilde­fonsa Berges. José María Villav­i­cen­cio retired as cap­tain of the mili­tia at Mon­terey, and was admin­is­tra­tor at Mis­sion San Anto­nio and Mis­sion San Fer­nando. Villav­i­cen­cio mar­ried Rafaela Rodríguez the daugh­ter of Sebas­t­ian Rodríguez grantee of Ran­cho Bolsa del Pajaro. His brother, Rafael Villav­i­cen­cio was the grantee of Ran­cho San Geron­imo. With the ces­sion of Cal­i­for­nia to the United States fol­low­ing the Mexican-American War, the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo pro­vided that the land grants would be hon­ored. As required by the Land Act of 1851, a claim for Ran­cho Cor­ral de Piedra was filed with the Pub­lic Land Com­mis­sion in 1852, and the grant was patented to José María Villav­i­cen­cio in 1867. When José María Villav­i­cen­cio died in 1853, he left the ran­cho to his seven chil­dren. In 1860, his widow Rafaela bor­rowed money from her brother Jac­into Rodriguez. In 1866, Rodríguez con­vinced the heirs to sell him the entire ran­cho, which he sold to dairy­men George Steele and his broth­ers Edgar W., Isaac C., and Rens­se­laer E. Steele. In 1867, the heirs decided that the sale to Rodríguez was not legal, and sold six-sevenths of the ran­cho to George Alexander In cur­rent times… the ranch was re-purchased in 1973. At that time… the ranch had very lit­tle water, so we bought the ranch next to 3S (that had water) and we piped it in. Then about 13 or 14 years later we went ahead and had a well dug (on the prop­erty) and found a well that pro­duced between 2 and 4 thou­sand gal­lons per minute… nowa­days the ranch is cur­rently being use as cat­tle & veg­etable ranch.

Amenities
  • Bridal Suite/Changing Rooms Onsite
  • Ample Parking Onsite
  • Dining Chairs
  • Dining Tables
  • Onsite Restrooms
Venue Features
The Scene:
The Spreafico Farms Barn is located in the heart of Edna Valley's wine country. The property is surrounded by rolling hills of vineyards with a beautiful backdrop of mountainous terrain. The barn on the property is a converted dairy barn that still has many historical aspects with the stanchions still standing in the barn as well as the hay fork and ladders used to stack up the hay.
Design:
The barn is very clean inside, yet still has a very old and rustic feel to it. The barn has 3 different sections to it, with a large middle area with a bar, stage, and dance floor.
Standout Venue Features:
The property contains a newly built bridal suite for getting ready, with some beautiful Spanish furniture that make for awesome photo opportunities. The ranch has two ceremony locations overlooking the rolling hills of Edna Valley. Hay bales can be set up for seating on top of the ceremony location for an additional charge. The barn is extremely unique and it will be very hard to find a barn that is so clean and well kept while still feeling historical and rustic.
Extra Perks:
Bridal suite changing room, bathrooms, large BBQ pit for up 175 people, 2 large wooden tables, tables and chairs for up to 200, 4 wine barrels for cocktail tables, lighting, TV, 6 heaters, sound system.
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