Beach House Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeach House Inn Santa Barbara
I give this place an A for effort, it was clean, friendly and even more... dog friendly. It is otherwise a 2 star property.
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After leaving Monterey we had a 5 hour drive to Santa Barbara. We decided to drive along Highway 1 which was a longer route but along the coast so it was quite pretty. Along the drive we saw a load of sea lions sun bathing along the beach and got stuck by the slowest car ...
... to purchase! Not a bad job to have! He had been a hippie in a van for 20 years!
We headed down for one last walk along the pier (the girls scootering!) and on our way back we came across a guy with 4 beautiful parrots. He entertained the girls and had the parrots sitting on their heads and the girls holding the parrots like babies and on departure, they all let out a rowdy "goodbye", which they loved. That was definitely going to be a highlight of the ...
... back to State Street and parked right at the top so we could work our way down. Santa Barbara is known for being a bit of a rich persons playground but it was certainly not snobby. The town was beautiful with neatly decorated buildings and walkways and you could see the Spanish influence. A lot of the shops were expensive boutiques so we just nosed in the windows of them and moved swiftly along. The street makes for a lovely stroll and we continued to Stearns Wharf and ...
You may think this is a strange title but that was our day on Wednesday. Words and pictures cannot capture the sights we saw today. The day was sparkling as we crawled into our Silver Bullet to begin our journey south on Hwy 1 to Morro Bay. First stop was Carmel-by-the-Sea. Unbelievably fairytale-like! The tree lined streets, the beautiful cottage-like homes and the amazing beach made for an idyllic setting. At 9:30 AM, the beach and streets were busy with ...
... thanks to the rural area with it's rolling landscape and more beautiful than we probably expected. It's a big difference to the dramatic coastline of Big Sur, and almost soothing as we drive south.
Our first stop is the kitschy city of Solvang - a city that was founded by Danish settlers. The city is built in the styles that can be found in Danish small countryside towns, with loads of references to old Danish kings, ...