On The Beach B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOn The Beach B&B Cayucos
The town of Cayucos is awesome and this B&B is even better!
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Day two started off with breakfast in our Gorgeous room in Monterey. From there we drive about 3 hours down the meandering highway 1. The weather was beautiful and the sights were amazing. The next stop was Hearst Castle. The Hearst visitor center is at the base of the mountain right of highway 1. From there, you have to take a 4.5 mile bus ride up …
... dancing was just getting going full swing and I joined right in, dancing first with my Daughter in Law, Aurora and then with just about every other lady on the dance floor at one time or another. I had a great time along with everyone else.
We had to shut down the reception at 11 PM, so the party moved to the Fuel Dock Saloon in Morro Bay. The hosts had the foresight to have a limo ...
... been pretty full-on. We even went back for a relaxing afternoon to await an announcement on Doctor Who! We were sidelined by the owner, who showed us the San Luis creek below. We joked whether his name was Bates, Norman Bates! In the afternoon we jumped in the car and headed out to one of the wineries, Claiborne & Churchill, where the friendly server, who'd had an English boyfriend, let us try a ...
... attraction here.
A little farther north is San Simeon which is not associated with William Randolph Hearst's San Simeon. Nothing of interest in this town unless one seeks lodging close to Hearst Castle.
William Randolph Hearst built his home which he named "La Questa Encantada" (The Enchanted Hill) because he got too old to camp at his favorite hillside location. Over the years his ranch grew to 250,000 acres including 13 miles ...
... he wanted to pick out a different site...while I was still busy looking at my phone. He said yeah, hopped back in the car, and drove to the other side of the parking lot, and found another site. Got out and started checking, and I finally found a website that stated the price for state parks in CA. I was reading through the list and found that 75% were $35 a night. Ugh. Gabe was attempting to get my input on the site as I was in the car, and was getting annoyed with me ...