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A Bed of Roses in Oakhurst, CA

A Bed of Roses in Oakhurst, CA


A Bed of Roses is a bed and breakfast 10 miles from Yosemite National Park.  We are 5 miles from Bass Lake and Oakhurst, CA restaurants.  We have 4 unique rooms, healthy breakfasts, and very friendly owners.


Established in 2012.

A Bed of Roses is under new ownership.  Our interior is completely refurbished.


Company Info:

Rating: 5.00

Address: 43547 Whispering Pines Dr, Oakhurst, CA, 93644
  • Mon: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tue: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wed: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thu: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Fri: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sat: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sun: 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Hotels in Oakhurst, CA
Bed & Breakfast in Oakhurst, CA



Comments (11):

1. Julia R.
We spend an amazing night in the Garden Rose. The view is absolutely stunning and if you wake up early enough you can see the sun rise above the mountains. The place was clean and neat. Mary Kay and Steve couldn't have been any sweeter. They provided us with incredibly delicious breakfast in the morning. We wish we could have stayed longer! The house is very close to the Yosemite park entrance - only about a 10-15 minute drive. There are a few decent food options nearby. Definitely recommend to stay at this place if you get a chance - you won't regret it!

28/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Alisha K.
We stayed here for a weekend in March and this place definitely exceeded our expectations! Mary Kay and Steve were so welcoming and genuine, they made us feel right at home and the room was amazing as well. I absolutely loved soaking in the jacuzzi tub and the breakfast was delicious! I would definitely come back in the future!

12/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Nancy B.
Looking for a lovely, nearby get-away near Fresno? A Bed if Roses is an ideal choice.  It's just an hour away in Oakhurst, just minutes from Yosemite. Steve and Mary Kay are gracious hosts, the coffee and conversation are excellent, and the food is delicious. I stayed in The Garden Rose room with panoramic views, a MOST comfortable bed, and a really good shower!  I can't wait to come back and try The Red Rose, especially when it is all decked out for Christmas.

29/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Kevin O.
Definitely check this place out! Steve and Mary Kay were awesome! Super sweet people and great hosts; always asking what they can do to make your stay better. In fact, they figured out what I liked (how I took my coffee, or how many glasses of orange juice my wife drank, for instance) and things ready for us...the way we liked them!!

We stayed three nights in the Garden Rose, and Got spectacular views from the near 180-degree windows. If you're an early riser, definitely get up for the sunrises! They're a sight to behold. And, if you're in the mood for Yosemite, it's just up the road. We will definitely be back for the great food, marvelous conversation, and amazing location.

Psst...don't tell anyone else about the Lewis Creek Trail, about 3 minutes north on Hwy 41.

My ONLY critique was that the bed was a bit too hard for my taste, but if that's my worst issue, I'll take it.

18/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Eugene B.
What an amazing experience. The lodging was awesome, with a hot tub and lots of comfort. But the hosts made this an even better experience over a delicious breakfast and lots of story telling. Highly recommended!

17/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. erik a.
Possibly the quintessential bed and breakfast, the Bed of Roses BnB is located just outside of Yosemite and is a real treat. The two owners, Steve and Mary Kay, are incredibly pleasant and make fantastic breakfasts. Each breakfast was a treat not only food wise, but the company you meet made for great conversations each morning. The rooms are quaint, but quiet. Steve and Mary Kay also have an impressive knowledge about Yosemite and the surrounding area and are willing to share. I would definitely recommend staying here.

28/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Phil T.
My girlfriend and I stayed in the Garden Rose over the New Year. Bed of Roses is located ~15 min from the Yosemite south entrance, and 5 min from downtown Oakhurst, which has some great dining options if you're looking to refuel and unwind after a long day hiking:) Our room was very nice and clean, with spectacular views of the mountains. Mary Kay and Steve are awesome people! They were very helpful in suggesting the best hikes so we could get the most out of our short stay. Also, the breakfasts are AMAZING!!!

If you're planning a getaway to Yosemite definitely check this place out.

28/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Blake D.
My girlfriend and I stayed in the purple room this past weekend.  I was a bit nervous, as I'm use to staying at hotels and have never stayed in a bed and breakfast.  

Steve and Mary Kay are amazing people, and fantastic hosts.  We checked in on Friday afternoon, and were greeted with warm smiles and kind introductions.  

We asked for a few tips on local places to eat in the area and maybe a local hike, and we were given a few recommendations.  Mary Kay also told us about a hike no less than 5 minutes from A Bed of Roses called Lewis Creek (if you have time, go on this 90 minute hike! There is a beautiful waterfall at the base of the hike).

Breakfast was amazing, and May Kay was able to abide by my food allergies with ease (gluten intolerant).  

We will definitely be staying at A Bed of Roses again in the near future!


Blake Denman

15/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Leslie O.
Mary Kay and Steve are awesome and make you feel very welcome.  First time I do something like this.  I was kinda weirded out at first because of privacy haha but I loved my stay there.  Our room was clean and ready.  The breakfast was delicious.  I highly recommend you don't pass on Mary Kay's delicious breakfast.  At first I didn't want to sit with strangers while eating breakfast haha but all the guest were very friendly and we all chatted about our hiking adventures.  I will definitely come back.

10/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Beverly N.
We truly enjoyed our stay here at Bed of Roses. We stayed in the lovely Red Rose room which was clean, spacious and comfortable. We had a private deck and the view of the Sierra Natl Forest was so beautiful! Our hosts, Steve and Mary Kay, were so warm and friendly. They cooked a delicious breakfast the next day and we enjoyed getting to know them more and some of their guests.  We will definitely be  back!

03/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
11. Jody E.
I generally avoid the whole B&B-thing as I like privacy and generally like newer facilities without so much "character" (IE old furnishings, carpet, creaky floors and beds, etc.) But we didn't want a cookie-cutter Best Western-rooms-facing-the-highway experience for our anniversary, so after MUCH research, we settled on "A Bed of Roses."

It was a wonderful experience and we wished we'd been able to stay twice as long as we did!

On the advice of others we booked the "Red Rose" room... a very spacious (actually "huge") room with amazing views, private, private deck, surrounded by greenery and woods on all sides, and a large bathroom with jacuzzi tub. DirecTV with flat-screen HD TV, Amish fireplace, big closets, reclining chairs, futon, Cal King bed, high beamed ceilings... we just loved hanging out in it. Plenty of heat in the winter, and A/C for the heat of the summer. Wonderful, peaceful environment.

The owners Mary Kay and Steve are just as nice, caring, and accommodating as they can be. We truly made friends there and look forward to staying in touch. Their breakfast was delicious... they are sensitive to any dietary needs, and you really get the "our home is your home" feeling.

Its only a short 5-minute drive from Oakhurst, quiet in the hills on the way to Yosemite. But close enough to all the great restaurants (which Mary Kay and Steve can recommend.) They also suggested the nearby Lewis Creek Trail (and waterfall!) which we hiked to... after 25 years of going to Yosemite, we never even had heard of it-- SO glad they told us!

A Bed of Roses has a small pool, a deck with a BBQ for your use, in a pretty, rustic environment. Plenty of character-- but the "good" kind. MUCH better than any hotel. Loved it, and loved Mary Kay and Steve.

14/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0