Cliff Crest Bed and Breakfast Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Cliff Crest Bed and Breakfast Inn Santa Cruz
Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... a nearby company and asked if they had any spare boxes we could use so we could try and get them in the box to take to the shelter. They obviously weren’t used to humans and freaked out so it was near impossible to catch them and a few locals that went past commented about there being a lot of strays around as if it’s normal. We tried and tired but were causing them more stress so in the end had to leave them there!! They would have made such good truck ...
... center where you can learn all about the marine ecosystem in the area. It was very informative and quite interesting. There were great videos and interactive boards to learn about the sea otters, seal lions, elephant seals, whales, sharks and crustaceans that inhabit this area. Thursday we made one last shopping trip to a place in Gilroy, California which is about 40 minutes from where we are staying. Not many purchases as not much ...
... hours star-gazing both of us seeing shooting stars. Our time at Karijini NP was just as special as our time at Coral Bay and Exmouth and for such different reasons. Here again we were in the middle of nowhere but inland someway and the scenery and quiet, tranquil surroundings was something out of this world. Karijini NP is famous for its gorges that run through the park and each day we visited a different gorge and found new rock pools to swim as well as creeks which was ...
So it is now four days later and it still feels surreal. We are currently lying by the pool catching some afternoon sun. Murray is still recovering from sunburn on his front from Saturday. On Monday we took the car out and drove 17 mile drive. We were not sure what to expect but Al and Linda had said that it was a must see. We took the road in from the coast and wow. Once we were in we got the map and it told us all the viewing points. We stopped ...
... had all the classics; Big dipper, spin ball, log flume, pirate ship, the waltzes. There were the classic stalls with impossible prizes to be won, many tried and failed. We couldn't resist a go. We went on the Ferris wheel, giving us a fantastic view across the park before riding the log flume to get a soaking. After getting quite a splash we dried off on the waltzes, through the pod spinning wildly. After a fun day at the park we headed back to ...
Other places to stay in Santa Cruz
Cape Town CBD - Foreshore, Santa Cruz | B&Bfrom $121
1258 San Andreas Road, Santa Cruz | B&Bfrom $185
1025 Laurel St, Santa Cruz | 3 star b&bfrom $202
636 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz | 3 star b&bfrom $201
2-3665 East Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz | B&Bfrom $200