Accommodations at the Toll House Los Gatos
Our Double Queen features soothing earth tones and California charm, furnished with two queen beds and an array of guest amenities.
These oversized rooms offer a luxurious king bed, Boston Acoustic radio with iPod plug-in, and Essential Elements bath Products.
Lose yourself in the luxurious queen bed and array of amenities, including a flat-screen TV and Essential Elements bath products.
Our courtyard-facing Premier King rooms pamper you with extra space, a luxurious king-size mattress, and a tranquil setting.
Premier Double Queen
Enjoy the tranquility of this courtyard-facing room with two queen beds, elevated amenities, and an earth-tones palette.
Visit longer in absolute comfort. Our Junior Suites feature a fireplace to soothe the senses and one queen bed—the perfect home-away-from-home!
Your private world atop Toll House is beautifully appointed with soothing colors, a cozy fireplace, and a luxurious queen bed. Newlyweds welcome!
Business travelers and honeymooners alike will love this large, charming suite with a queen bed, space to socialize, and fireplace.
Double Queen ADA
Our Double Queen accessible room features soothing earth tones, is furnished with two queen beds, and is equipped with an ADA tub and grab bars.
Deluxe King ADA w/ Roll-In Shower
These oversized rooms offer a luxurious king bed and a roll-in shower, as well as our selection of fine amenities, including a flat-screen TV and Bose sound system.
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Located in nearby in Saratoga, Mountain Winery produces well-known pinot noirs and chardonnays. Visit the tasting room and be sure to check their entertainment calendar.
Testarossa produces a wide variety of highly regarded pinot noirs and chardonnays and an elegant tasting room and wine bar on College Ave. in Los Gatos.
This family-owned operation in Saratoga tends 28 acres of organic vineyards, producing cabernets and chardonnays. Open for tastings, tours, picnics, and even vineyard visits by horseback.
Revering winemaking as “modern-day alchemy,” Cinnabar runs a fun tasting room in Saratoga, pouring wines carefully made from grapes sourced throughout Northern California.
Los Gatos Boulevard is home to several shopping centers, including King’s Court, Cornerstone, El Gato, New Town and Los Gatos Village Square shopping centers.
Located on Stevens Creek Blvd., Valley Fair is the biggest mall in San Jose and features a wide selection of shops and department stores, including Macy’s, Nordstrom, Pottery Barn and Crate & Barrel.
Santana Row is the South Bay’s premier shopping destination. Shops include: BCBG Max Azria, Brooks Brothers, Diesel, Gucci, Ferragamo, Oilily, and more.
For a little something different... The San Jose flea market has been a California tradition since the 1960s and has grown into the biggest open-air market in the United States, with over 8 miles of alleys filled with treasures sold by over 2,000 vendors.
With 151 acres lush with trees, open space, and waterways, Vasona is a year-round spot for recreational activities and picnics. Rent paddleboats and rowboats at the dock.
Oak Meadow features the Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad - a real 1905 steam engine - and the Bill Mason Carousel. The train takes passengers around lakes, wooden bridges, and streams.
Located in the Santa Cruz Mountains above Santa Clara County, this park includes a 475-acre reservoir, which can be traversed with rowboats, sailboards or electric powered boats. Fishing is permitted but not swimming.
This wandering trail can be accessed right in downtown Los Gatos from Miles Avenue, Main Street, and Forbes Mill, as well as from Vasona Park and Lexington Reservoir.
Pruneridge’s nine-hole facility in nearby Saratoga is popular with beginners and offers professional club fitting, golf instruction, and more.
Located in San Jose, Boulder Ridge offers dramatic vistas of Silicon Valley and the Santa Cruz mountains. Golf Week Magazine has said it’s the best course in the area with its lush fairways, dramatic bunkering, and bent grass greens.
One of the South Bay’s most popular courses. Designed by architect John Harbottle III, the 18-hole, par-72 course is divided into three nines: the Canyon, the Lake and the Mountain.