California Bed And Breakfast Beach

 

california bed and breakfast beach The world’s most stunning and dramatic coastlines wind along the aquamarine Pacific Ocean of California beaches. Escape to a cozy California beachside bed & breakfast for a truly dreamy stay. California has hundreds of miles of breathtaking beaches, both popular tourist spots and little known hidden coves.

Why California?
With its rocky coastline and opportunities for exotic day excursions, California is a vacationer’s paradise. In one day, you can visit the mountains, the desert, the beach and lush forests. No matter which region of California you choose to visit, there are rich treasures to be found and joyful memories to make.

Although California is famous for such attractions as Disneyland, the Redwoods and wine country, there are many hidden jewels known only to the locals.
The beauty of California lies in her ever-changing seashore. A drive along the beach can carry you to the highest altitudes as well as open sea-level green fields. In no other state in America is more variety of landscape and natural beauty found than in California. What better place to escape the busy and hectic world than in a California beach bed & breakfast?

 B&B v. Hotel
There are so many great reasons to opt for a B&B as opposed to a hotel. Here is a brief list of why a B&B will give you a more restful stay:

• B&Bs are homey and intimate. One almost feels as if they’ve escaped to their winter beach home since a B&B is typically a converted house.

• The staff of a bed & breakfast have dedicated their careers towards creating a home-like experience for their guests. There is a true sense of family all the while giving you the privacy and sense of solitude you and your loved one craves.

• B&Bs are much more romantic than a hustle-bustle hotel where you may receive rude customer service.

• Family style dining is one option, while most B&Bs also have onsite small quaint restaurants with gourmet menus and world-class chefs.

• Usually, the cost is much more reasonable for the service and location you have in a bed & breakfast.

If you are trying to decide where to go for your next escape, California is waiting to open her warm arms to you. Enjoy hikes in the forest, long lazy days at the beach, and jaunts into nearby world-class cities; bask in the perfect climate of cheery California.  Listed by region, here are some of those jewels not to be overlooked:

CENTRAL & NORTHERN COASTS
If you’re in the central or northern coastal areas, most beaches in California are in close proximity to local wineries and vineyards. Enjoy sampling the best wines in the world as you tour around the estates. Many of these vineyards offer specials to nearby bed & breakfast guests.

 CENTRAL COAST
Solvang, which is Dutch for ‘sunny field,’ is the pride of the Santa Ynez Valley and the home of the Dutch settlers of long ago. Located about two hours north of Los Angeles and set in the picturesque wine country of Santa Barbara, Solvang is a perfect day excursion. You’ll know you’re in the right place by the massive windmill that originally came all the way from Denmark. Browse the many shops, eat handmade candies and ice cream and just relax into the northern European hospitality of this little west coast village.

Honorable Mention: The little English village of Cambria, Ca. Set along the coast and just california bed and breakfast beachone mile off of the Pacific Coast Highway, this town was settled one English-style business at a time. There’s an Inn, a pub, a few restaurants and many English gardens all within about three square miles and growing.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
This quiet little village is an official California Historical Landmark even though most people have never heard of it. Located just off the State Route 4, Copperopolis is a breathtaking glimpse into the olden days of copper mining. You’ll think you truly stepped back in time as you stroll along the original buildings and structures that were built just for the mining boom.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
If you have ever longed for a bit of Upper West Side Manhattan while you are strolling the streets of Los Angeles, Koreatown is the neighborhood for you. Nestled along the famous Wilshire Blvd, starting from La Brea Ave and ending around Vermont Ave, the charm and cheer of this little section of town is sure to make you feel like you are back east.

Although the Korean presence is proud and strong here, this neck of the L.A. woods is completely international and tourist-friendly. This may be the most walk-about neighborhood in Los Angeles, so park that car you’ve sat in for hours and take a wander around. Be sure to stop in one of the dozens of chic shops for world famous Korean BBQ or a Boba Tea.

Honorable Mention: a day trip down the coast to either Rosarito Beach or Ensenada Beach in the Baja peninsula of Mexico. Both beaches are tourist-friendly and a straight shot down the coastal highway, about twenty to thirty minutes past the U.S./Mexico boarder.

SOUTHERN COAST
While in southern California, take in the local scenic tours and world-famous amusement sites. Southern California beaches are full of beautiful bodies and friendly smiles making this truly one of the happiest places on earth. Most beaches in So-Cal have fantastic shopping and dining that will make anyone feel like a millionaire.

WHY CHOOSE SELECT REGISTRY
For the best listing of California beaches bed & breakfast vacations, visit Select Registry.  There you will find the best prices and finest accommodations. You can take advantage of special offers and package deals on one of the romantic and charming inns. The inns are also very popular for special events and honeymoons. Select Registry personally surveys each of the inns they list and does not list any inn that does not pass their inspection. So you are sure to enjoy your stay. Give yourself the break from life you so deserve.

 

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