Cambria Shores Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Cambria Shores Inn
Travel Blogs from Cambria
... six miles from William Randolph Hearst's Castle which has millions of visitors per year. They must eat and sleep somewhere. Why not here? So there are lots of motels on the outskirts of town and also some really interesting little restaurants in the centre. Amanda as usual was worried about her 7.30 sunset. Apparently people eat here very early. So having found some cash, only having ten bucks left, we took advantage of one of the 'between five and six o'clock dinner offers'. ...
... section. With a somewhat uncommon name like Renee, I am often drawn to this section to see if they have mine. Hearst had quite a diverse variety of coffee mugs, with one apparently now super-popular name sold out.
... Joan Crawford, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Errol Flynn, Clark Gable, Greta Garbo, Cary Grant, Carole Lombard, David Niven, Barbara Stanwyck, Louis B. Mayer, Churchill, GBS, Howard Hughes, Hedda Hopper, Charlie Chaplin, assorted Kennedys... you name them, they were there.
All my Hollywood faves were mentioned as having been guests. All the stars of those wonderful black and white Hollywood fillums that I used to watch from my horizontal position on the sofa all ...
... fluttering about and at a moments notice there were dozens amongst the clusters of leaves. A little up the hill there was a quaint little winery in which i indulged in a tasting from. By that time, my friends had called and had told me they were in sign driving distance of the town. They arrived soon thereafter and l followed them to the house where they had been given time for free to stay from neighbors! I cried coming ...
Howdy from the bay below Hearst Castle.
We had another uneventful run down from Monterey. We left the dock at 0600 just before the sun came up. We dropped anchor in San Simeon Bay literally moments before total darkness at 7:30 and just as the full harvest moon rose above the distant mountain ridge. The wind predictions had finally come down and were forecast to be 10-20 knots from the NW. ...