Moonstone Inn

Address: 5860 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria, California, 93428, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 5860 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria, is near Moonstone Beach, Moonstone Drive, Nitt Witt Ridge, and Leffingwell Landing.
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    Travel Blogs from Cambria

    Driving up the coast

    A travel blog entry by threadlet on Apr 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... and frozen yoghurt. Then back on the road and through some cute places like Cayucos and Morro Bay until we reached Cambria. It was early afternoon so we were a little undecided about whether to stop or push on but we stopped on Moonstone Beach for a short rest and then drove up to the viewing point for the elephant seals which was great fun - hundreds of seals sprawled in the sun. We found Hearst Castle and managed ...

    Seal of approval...

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 29, 2014

    68 photos

    ... have a slightly half hearted sparring session, but most stayed firmly asleep.

    They seem to have a sort of little slef satisfied smirky grin on their faces which is both endearing and funny. The males can grow to be 5000 lbs and up to 16 foot long, so no lightweights here. It is only the males who grow the elephantine nose, after they have reached about 5 years old.
    Elephant seals spend months and months at sea, foraging and diving. They can ...

    Elephant Seals

    A travel blog entry by cottongk on Mar 30, 2014

    5 photos

    Went to the elephant seal rookery on the coast. As we got out the car I thought I hope we see some seals. Must have seen 400. Everywhere you looked as far up the beach you could see was full of seals sneaking and out in the ocean there were black heads bobbing up and down in the water. Could watch them all day. One thing - seals ...

    Family Adoption

    A travel blog entry by beingsue-rdtrip on Sep 27, 2013

    11 photos

    ... I continued forward, knowing that they would move on, soon I hoped. I used my tools of meditation, manifesting and acceptance.
    Sleeping with the sound of the ocean was enough, I did not have to be right on the ocean. It was so peaceful.
    I need to understand a bit more about camping - the tent I have is a "summer" tent, where the windows don't have zip in flaps. Made for some cold nights, but I made it through.
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    Clams, Rocks & Castles

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Aug 23, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... a toss up for us as to which is uglier...the manatee or the elephant seals! Next stop was Ragged Point at Big Sur. Here the coast has high cliffs and just incredible scenery. Between the beautiful landscapes and the cool summer temperatures, I will miss this area very much. This was our last day on the California coat. Tomorrow we head east. ...