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... Festival. What a trip. Everywhere inside and outside of Cambria there were scarecrows. Some of them were so real, it was hard to tell them from the people sitting on the benches. They were really fun to look at and wonder what the person was like that had the mind to create that one??!!
Monday morning I headed for Beverly Hills to meet up with Frankki. Before I left the campground, started talking ...
... through that stretch is amazing, quite like the Great Ocean Road, very windy, with sheer cliffs on one side and the ocean on the other. We drove through giant Redwood forests and tiny towns perched on cliffs, but unfortunately we were running quite late and didn't have enough time to stop anywhere or take photos. We did stop in Carmel-By-The-Sea for lunch, which turned out to be a bad choice because by the time we stopped it was way past lunch ...
... for the best spots in the harbor, barking up a storm.
We drove off to spot our otter friend from last night and to see the napping pile of harbor seals still I'm the spot we found them. We drove up the coastal road, passing the mansions of the super rich. We did not pay the superrich $10 for the honor of driving down their 17 Mile Drive, past the Pebble Beach's line cypress, a tree that is actually trademarked. You are legally not allowed to photograph ...
... nent péniblement le long de la plage par étapes . Ce sont des énormes flancs flasques très impressionnants que je préfère admirer en gardant un minimum de distance ! Cette rencontre est vraiment extraordinaire !
Pendant cet escale le soleil est revenu. Nous repartons sous le soleil avec au dessus de nos têtes tout en haut sur la montagne Hearst Castle que ...
... hosted many of the world’s biggest personalities like Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin, George Bernard Shaw, Cary Grant and Errol Flynn (who distinguished himself by being one of only two guests asked to leave over the years).
After touring the Castle, we headed to Santa Barbara, with its distinctive Spanish colonial revival style architecture (adopted by the powers that be after a nasty earthquake in 1965). ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Olallieberry Inn Cambria
My wife and I stayed one night only on our drive from L.A. to San Francisco. We were fortunate enough to take advantage of a last minute cancellation on the Presidents Holiday Week-end . This was our first experience with B and B's in the States being from Australia we didn't know what to expect other than what was in the reviews. We found the "Inn Keeper" Marjory to be very hospitable and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Particularly enjoyable was the opportunity to meet other guests between 5pm and 6pm when complimentary wine and "nibbles" were served. We met two couples who having met at the Inn five years earlier had been returning each Presidents Week-End since to catch up. We also met the cast from "Friends" three American couples enjoying a week-end away. If you are looking for a restaurant try the Sow's Ear, be sure to book, as I'm sure you won't be disappointed. We can recommend the Creek side Room as this is were we stayed but I imagine all rooms would be equally well appointed as everybody we met was full of praise for the Inn at breakfast the next morning. If you have the time allow a day to explore the arts and crafts stores and don't miss seeing Hearst's Castle (tip - see the short movie before talking one of the tours) and the Elephant Seals by the road. Driving north from L.A. we didn't really start to enjoy the scenery until hitting Cambria. Olallieberry Inn - a great place to stay any number of nights for the young and not so young.
Terrific place for quality R&R
Our trip to the Olallieberry was wonderful, the staff really does treat you like family. The food was very good and portions large. We stayed in the Sunrise room, very tranquil, private deck looking over the stream. Very short walk to East village area. Had a good dinner at Robin's. Very clean and well run B&B. You won't be disappointed to include this inn in your trip.
Context to help gentle reader: My wife and I stayed one night before visiting Hearst Castle. Our expectations were high: We had read excellent reviews of the Olallieberry Inn in a old guidebook. We look for something special when staying at a B&B -- we want a memorable experience. :)
We have stayed at the Olallieberry Inn numerous times. Our last stay was in July 2005. The warmth and hospitality of the Olallieberry Inn staff is unrivaled. Each visit to the inn is like coming home to family. The convenient location of the inn makes it effortless to browse, shop, and dine in the lovely establishments located in Cambria's East Village. While walking into town is tempting, the cozy charm of the inn's cottage gardens and the sounds of the Santa Rosa Creek in the background make it difficult to leave the relaxing environment of the inn. The morning always begins with a wonderful gourmet breakfast. For example, breakfast on any given morning can include fresh squeezed juice, fresh fruit cup, crème brulée French toast, turkey-apple sausage, fresh fruit muffins, and beverage. The ample portions will keep you full until dinner. Prior to your evening dining, you'll be treated to a wonderful selection of hors d'oeuvres and wines from the local wineries. Again, the portions are generous and delightfully presented. The rooms at the inn are clean, cozy, and comfortable. The fireplace in the rooms takes the chill off of the cool coastal evenings while providing a romantic ambiance. The staff at the inn is genuinely warm and always ready to make your stay in Cambria a memorable experience. The Olallieberry Inn is one of our favorite B&B's. We are never disappointed and always come home ready to plan for our next trip to the Olallieberry Inn.
Oozing with charm!
What a great B & B! small, quaint, with an outstanding breakfast. The Innkeepers are friendly and accomodating. very charming decor and the garden out back is so relaxing. We will definitely be back!
We loved the Olallieberry Inn!
I stayed here with my teenage daughter on a trek up the Pacific Coast Highway. Darling town, cute B&B with an amazing garden that edges the woods and creek. We stayed here because of the convenience for Hearst Castle and wished we had allowed more time to explore Cambria's antique shops and Moonstone Beach. The wine and hors d'oeuvres were excellent as was the breakfast. My only suggestion is to relocate the courtesy phone. We had to call for Triple A (keys in the trunk!) and it was awkward during the breakfast seatings to disturb everyone.
They have a cookbook coming out - based on our stay we'll be back and I'll be sure to pick it up!
We stayed here for a short weekend getaway and had a wonderful time. The Inn keepers were very welcoming, the house was decorated wonderfully, and the breakfast was very delicious (they have 2 seatings, and the next day's breakfast is always posted). There's a really nice garden out in the back, they have board games/magazines and lots of information on activities and resturants in town.
Relax at the Olallieberry Inn
Perfect getaway for relaxing for a couple of days...
Excellent breakfast and nice attention to details.
Would definately return.
Considerate Innkeepers at Olallieberry
We had a short overnight stay at this charming inn in this very charming town. Cambria is exactly halfway between LA and San Francisco, and we stopped there on our way to the Garlic Festival in Gilroy. The gardens are lovely in the backyard...great place to relax before dinner. The innkeepers were very accommodating...even to the point of preparing us a breakfast before their usual breakfast time. We really appreciated that so much! I'd love to stay there again!
A Timeless setting....
We loved our stay at the Ollalieberry Inn! Relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings, wonderful food, and a friendly staff. It's only a minutes walk to Old Town Cambria. The rooms are clean and beautifully decorated. You can sit on the back porch and overlook the gardens while sipping a glass wine and tasting yummy ordevours. It's definatley a vacation to remember!