California is a mecca of diversity with adventures at every turn. Whether you are envisioning a relaxing weekend luxuriating in a four-poster bed, snuggling next to a crackling fireplace, strolling through gardens, or a rustic retreat, one of our Diamond Collection California bed and breakfasts members is sure to please.
About the Inn at Playa del Rey If you are looking for a small intimate hotel close to Los Angeles International Airport, not far from most of L.A., and just a short walk from the beach, you have found it here. Let us transform your trip into a peaceful respite. Picture a breakfast room that opens to the fresh sea air and views of the Ballona Wetlands Ecological Preserve and the mountains beyond. Take a closer look and see the Hollywood sign and Getty Center to realize everything Los Angeles has to offer is only a short distance away. As you enjoy a complimentary hot homemade breakfast buffet while snowy egrets, blue herons, and ponds of ducks share the morning. During your stay at the Inn at Playa del Rey, you can be as active or as laid back as you want to be. A 30-mile-long bicycle path is just blocks from our beach hotel near Los Angeles. Walk, jog, or ride bikes to the Marina or south to Manhattan Beach. There are nearby opportunities to golf, hike, whale watch, play tennis, or go boating or kayaking. If you’d simply like to revitalize yourself, try sunbathing on the wide stretches of beach at the end of our street, or enjoy the sunshine on your own deck. We provide the beach towels.
This charming Victorian country inn was built by J.F. Gosby, a native of Nova Scotia and a cobbler by trade. He began building the home in 1886 and took up residence there in 1888. Gosby opened his home to seasonal visitors attending the various religious and educational meetings held all summer long in Pacific Grove. Gosby never seemed to have enough rooms for all who wished to stay, and he enlarged the inn several times. The inn is an excellent example of the Queen Ann architecture, with a rounded corner tower, variety of surface textures and bay windows. Called El Carmelo Hotel by previous owners, the Gosby House Inn gained its current name and appearance in 1978 when it was purchased and restored by the Post family. Following the Green Gables Inn, it became the second property in the Four Sisters Inns collection. The thorough refurbishing of this lovely structure shows the careful research that went into returning it to its original state. The interior has been thoughtfully decorated with beautiful antiques. The exterior, with its cheerful yellow paint and welcoming front porch, is among the most attractive of the restored buildings in Pacific Grove.
A WINE COUNTRY EXPERIENCE INFUSED WITH TRADITIONAL JAPANESE HOSPITALITY Tucked into the Sonoma Valley hamlet of Glen Ellen, the Gaige House + Ryokan is a zen hideaway featuring 23 thoughtfully-appointed guestrooms with modern Asian details. Our verdant and secluded setting along the Calabazas Creek creates a tranquil wine country retreat. Meditation areas, calming fountains, a yoga enclave, private zen gardens and on-site spa are just a few of the luxurious amenities you will enjoy. Gaige House is Michelin-rated and regularly found on Conde Nast Traveler's Gold List of top hotels in the world.
Recently voted as one of the Top 50 Small Hotels in the United States by readers of Conde Nast Traveler, Lavender is intimate and luxuriously cozy and combines the warm colors of Provence with contemporary design elements to create a vibrant setting that blends old and new. A lovely heritage home is the centerpiece of the inn's four buildings; the warmth of its wraparound porch is echoed in the enclosed veranda where breakfast is served daily. Don't miss a game of boules in the garden. Each guestroom features a fireplace, a king-sized bed heaped with pillows and large brilliantly painted bathrooms with double sinks and contemporary surfacing. The inn also features wireless Internet access throughout property. There are two spacious guestrooms in the main house. The courtyard rooms surround the garden and are entered through a private patio.
A Mediterranean-Style Getaway in California Wine Country Located in Sonoma Wine Country’s fabled Valley of the Moon, Kenwood Inn & Spa is a tranquil hideaway offering a one-of-a-kind retreat for discerning guests. Designed with serenity in mind, the Mediterranean-style inn sits on more than two-and-a-half peaceful acres, surrounded by vineyards, orchards, and ancient oaks. The exquisite grounds are meticulously landscaped with greenery and flowers, three courtyards, a sparkling pool, two hot tubs, and fountains. The Spa at Kenwood Inn re-opened on September 1, 2019, after undergoing extensive renovations and a redesign. Our revamped Spa menu features a full array of new face and body treatments, from the Rebalancing Facial to Cielo Bliss Detox CBD Massage and Espresso & Mud Detoxifying Body Wrap.
Casa 425 is a stylish boutique hotel and lounge opening onto a vibrant courtyard in the heart of the lively and fun Claremont Village. Located on the town square, within steps of fine restaurants, cafes, nightlife, boutiques, art galleries and the prestigious Claremont Colleges, Casa 425 is the only sophisticated boutique hotel in Southern California's Inland Empire, a short drive from Ontario International Airport.
Hospitality, Nature and Art abound at the Topanga Canyon Inn Bed & Breakfast in the Santa Monica Mountains overlooking Malibu, Calabasas, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. Surrounded by Topanga State Park, there are 40 miles of hiking, riding and mountain biking trails starting at our door. Our Inn doubles as an art gallery for the plein air paintings of Elena Roche and the nature photography of Catherine Roche.
In 2000, a local Sonoma winemaker approached former Four Sisters Inns President Shelley Post to discuss a piece of property he owned in town, just a block off the Sonoma Plaza. She agreed that the location seemed ideal for a small hotel, perfect for guests who would enjoy walking right out the door to the shops, restaurants and historic attractions such as the 1823 Mission San Francisco Solano. Construction of the Inn at Sonoma took place in 2002, with Shelley applying her innkeeper’s eye to all phases of development. She worked closely with California designer Shirley Jensen to create a warm and hospitable environment, in sync with the casual Sonoma wine country lifestyle. Their instincts were spot-on; from the moment it opened, Inn at Sonoma has been a favorite with visitors who appreciate special touches like the outdoor hot tub and fireplaces in every guest room. In 2013, a detached cottage on the property was completely remodeled adding eight guestrooms to the Inn at Sonoma. Rooms in the Vintner’s Cottage boast either one king or two queen beds, each with a fireplace, and four with jetted tubs.
Caochman's Inn is a small and charming inn located in the heart of Carmel-by-the-Sea. Each of the inn's 30 spacious guestrooms offer a king, queen or double queen beds. With its beautifully expanded lobby and breakfast room, guests of Coachman's have the perfect place to enjoy our bountiful breakfast buffet, and wine and hors d'oeuvres in the afternoon.
As 'Newport's Closest Hotel to the Beach,' the Newport Beach Hotel is located in the heart of one of California's most popular beach settings. The hotel is ideal for guests who enjoy being surrounded by youthful energy including an eclectic beach scene as well as an exciting nightlife. Just steps from the sand, the updated hotel features coastal-inspired decor and each guestroom offers a king or queen bed, flat panel television and many feature a jetted spa tub and fireplace. Opt for the Oceanview Guestroom and enjoy panoramic views of the active Newport Beach and ocean beyond. As part of the Chic Hotel Collection, the Newport Beach Hotel offers a complimentary Continental breakfast, use of the hotel's bicycles and beach toys, complimentary wireless Internet access and a lobby bar where beer and wine may be purchased. Secured onsite parking is available for a fee.
Channel Road Inn was recently ranked as top bed and breakfast in Los Angeles by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine as well as Travel and Leisure Magazine and is located in the seaside community of Santa Monica. With many rooms boasting fireplaces, jetted spa tubs and peeks of the ocean, this charming and finely crafted historic inn offers visitors to the Los Angeles area a relaxing haven by the sea. Guests enjoy the fabulous complimentary amenities including a bountiful breakfast and afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres. This Four Sisters Inn blends the modern luxuries and sophisticated services of a boutique hotel with the traditional amenities and architecture of a B & B.
Enjoy fabulous views of the Pacific from just about every window of this elegant and inviting small hotel - dramatically located on a bluff above the Dana Point Yacht Harbor. Blue Lantern Inn was featured on The Today Show in March 2012 as one of the most affordable beach resorts. Click here to watch The Today Show segment. Listed as a Top U.S. Seaside Inn by Travel and Leisure Magazine and featured on the Conde Nast Traveler's Gold List, Blue Lantern Inn's guests savor a delicious breakfast in the morning and wine and hors d'oeuvres in the afternoon. Other amenities include onsite spa treatments, a fitness center, two meeting rooms and bicycles for exploring the beautiful coastline.
This distinctive Santa Cruz, California inn is situated on a bluff across from Cowell's Beach and the famous Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. This fully renovated Victorian inn features a breezy, coastal-inspired decor including fabrics in crisp blues and whites, rattan furnishings with a mix of recycled woods and locally found artisan accessories. Walk to the historic Beach Boardwalk, bike along the water or shop at the most eclectic stores in California for the perfect getaway. Many guest rooms feature ocean views and oversized jetted spa tubs. As with all Four Sisters Inns, rates include our celebrated amenities including a delicious breakfast buffet, afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres, evening turndown service on request, a morning newspaper available in the lobby and our delicious cookies waiting for you upon arrival.
Our Napa Valley inn is the perfect spot to savor the romance of the Wine Country. Visit us for a wonderful gourmet breakfast, the best in Napa Valley according to our guests. If you are looking for the amenities of a chic, boutique hotel with the friendliness and knowledge of owners and innkeepers who work, live and play here and love to share what they know, then this is where you should stay. We are steps to great Spas, wonderful restaurants and interesting shopping in downtown Calistoga. Many of Napa’s best wineries surround our small town and it is only a short drive to explore the Sonoma, Russian River and Alexander Valleys. Experience the sensuality of your own private candlelit Jacuzzi bath. Slip between the covers of your luxury pillow top bed and dream the night away. Indulge yourself with our gourmet breakfast, fresh from the pages of Gillian’s wonderful cookbook, Inn Food. Pamper yourself with a massage in the oasis of your own private curtained porch. Stay at our Calistoga bed and breakfast and let us help you build a Wine Country memory that will last a lifetime.
Three lovely buildings situated on half an acre of beautifully landscaped gardens comprise the Maison Fleurie, a sanctuary for guests traveling to the Napa Valley. The Maison Fleurie, our "flowering house," welcomes the visitor to an inn reminiscent of southern France. Finely crafted furniture, rich fabrics, and a huge stone fireplace lend their ambiance to this historic main buidling, where a bountiful breakfast and afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres are served. Borrow our bicycles for a ride through charming Yountville and the Napa Valley. Explore tasting rooms, wine caves and stylish boutiques along the way. The pool and oversized hot tub will welcome you back after a full and fun day. Each room features a full, queen or king bed, and many feature a fireplace, patio or jetted spa tub. Maison Fleurie is part of the Four Sisters Inns Classic Collection.
A Spectacular Victorian Overlooking Water's Edge A perennial on just about every list of best inns in California, Green Gables Inn is a meticulously restored 1888 gem with panoramic views of the Monterey Bay. Guests appreciate the inn's one-of-a-kind good looks, and its unparalleled location adjacent to the Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail--ideal for walking or biking with a Pacific view. Make your reservation well in advance for a very special getaway.
When it comes to Napa Valley lodging, the most discerning travelers appreciate the fact that accommodations at the Milliken Creek Inn and Spa are second-to-none. Each of the 12 rooms is distinctively designed in chic yet comfortable decor, with painstaking attention given to even the smallest details.
Come experience classic European elegance by the sea at the Mill Rose Inn in beautiful Half Moon Bay, California. We are a AAA Four-Diamond inn offering the convenience of a world-class hotel, while still providing the charm of a small country bed & breakfast. We have 6 romantic, luxurious rooms & suites with private baths and private entrances. Guests enjoy our sumptuous gourmet breakfasts and the Jacuzzi in our garden gazebo. Please inquire about weddings and events.
The town of Healdsburg was laid out in 1857, and within a couple decades, the town’s Plaza had become the hub of village life. By 1900, new structures ringed the Plaza, including one known as the Kruse Building, which housed Wells Fargo & Company’s offices and express coach stop, Healdsburg Shoe House, Langhart’s photography studio and a dental office. As the town grew and prospered, various businesses occupied spaces in the Kruse Building. Some 82 years after it was built, local resident Jenny Genkins purchased the edifice and turned it into a bed-and-breakfast inn, which operated until 2004. Spurred by the need for seismic retrofitting, the building underwent a major renovation in 2004. Though it now offers the comforts of a modern structure, many original features remain, including exposed interior brick walls (the work of 19th Century Italian stone masons), and the beautiful, original staircase. Soon after the renovation was completed in 2005, Four Sisters Inns began operating the Healdsburg Inn on the Plaza in the historic Kruse Building…still the best address in town.
Camellia Inn is a romantic and charming home built in 1871. We are located in Healdsburg, in California's Sonoma County, where there is plenty of wine to keep your glass full. Our inn features architectural treasures including marble fireplaces and double parlors. At the inn and at nearby sites we have over 15 sleeping accommodations to choose from, each with a private bath. In the morning, enjoy our delicious full breakfast, and after a day exploring, relax with wine and cheese in our parlor. Welcome to the Camellia Inn Bed & Breakfast! Our home is conveniently close to both the famed California wine country and many outdoor recreation activities including boating and sailing. We are also just steps from the historic Plaza in Healdsburg, providing guests a chance to explore many shops, antique stores, and trendy restaurants. There are three renowned wine regions surrounding our inn and dozens of wine tasting rooms.
In the heart of the California Gold Country, the town of Murphys is located in the central Sierra Nevada foothills between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park, in Calaveras County, California. On historic Main Street, The Victoria Inn (formerly the Redbud Inn) was built 1992 in the “Miner’s Exchange” style, blending history with modern comfort. Each guest room at our bed and breakfast is an eclectic mix of wonderful European charm, featuring high ceilings and doors, fireplaces or wood stoves, claw-footed bathtubs or whirlpool tubs. Once visited by Mark Twain, Black Bart, and General Ulysses S. Grant, you can enjoy the Gold Country history of Calaveras County, while exploring award-winning area wineries, outstanding restaurants, and such activities as golf, tennis, fishing, hiking, gold panning, white water rafting, shopping, winter skiing at Bear Valley, and water skiing on New Melones Lake.
OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND ~ Deer Run Ranch Bed & Breakfast located in Carson City, NV is the perfect hideaway for a private, secluded getaway any time of the year. Alfafa fields surround the complex, which has spectacular views of Washoe Lake and the Sierra Nevada mountains to the west. Tall cottonwoods shade the pond deck, a favorite spot for watching the abundant wildlife that call Deer Run home. Our casual, contemporary ranch house combines luxury with the charms and pleasures of a simpler time. This owner-built passive solar home was designed to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter, reflecting the extremes of climate typical of the high desert mountain west.The private guest wing has two comfortable guest rooms with queen beds and private baths, and guest sitting room with private entry. In these tranquil guest rooms you can sit on the window seats and look out at the Sierras; or you might want to sit by the cozy fireplace in the sitting room, which is decorated with Navajo rugs and paintings, and enjoy the extensive library collection. We have TV satellite, DVD and VCR, coffee and beverage service, and guest refrigerator in the sitting room for your convenience. Free, high-speed internet access is available!
This Virginia City, NV bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Nevada. Enjoy breakfast, and one of the four guest rooms in this building which was built in 1863 along with the Cider Factory, a rock building to the rear of the house. The office, the parlor, and the breakfast room are also located in this house. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Virginia City, Nevada.
This Panaca, NV bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Nevada. Enjoy a full hot breakfast, and private bathrooms, and high speed wireless internet. Our bnb in Panaca provides nice large flat screen TV with satellite and an open library without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Panaca, Nevada.
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When planning your California B & B getaway, you’ll want to focus on the area within the Golden State that you want to explore.
When booking a bed and breakfast in California, you’ll probably feel overwhelmed with the choices but try to focus on one area at a time, so you don’t miss anything in the amazing state.
Without a doubt, California is a tourism hotspot with sunny surf beaches, statuesque redwoods, thriving metropolitan cities, iconic parks, world-class entertainment, a multitude of dining choices, and more. It will tickle your adventurous side. Even the state’s roadways that stretch from Oregon south to Coronado and onward to Mexico have gained fame such as the California Route 101 highway that follows the state’s ruggedly beautiful coastline and takes you to places such as the coastal city of Half Moon Bay and the seaside village of Cambria. As you pass every mile marker, the spectacular and dramatic scenery is sure to inspire awe.
Napa Valley is home to more than just 43,000 acres of vineyards and hundreds of winders offering wine tasting. Take the time to check out historic Sonoma in the heart of the winemaking region. You’ll also find incredible restaurants, shopping, recreation opportunities, and elegant lodging. Napa Valley’s small community of Calistoga is famous for its mud baths and hot springs. In addition, you can tour the medieval-style- castle Castello di Amorosa.
Near Calistoga, you can even marvel at the Old Faithful Geyser of California which is known to erupt at regular intervals. Also, stop by the Ca’toga Galleria D’Arte to see the works of Italian artist Carlo Marchiori. If you adore history, then take the time to check out the Bale Grist Mill State Park which is home to 1846 water-powered grist mill.
If you want to feel the thrill of California’s historic Gold Rush-era, then head for Coloma to see where James W. Marshall first discovered a fortune in gold at Sutter’s Mill. The Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park is home to a lovely museum, gold panning lesson, and outdoor exhibits. The second Saturday of every month is living history days.
Eureka is located in Northern California and is home to the Old Town district where you can view many elaborate Victorian houses such as the famous Carson Mansion. The local Sequoia Park Zoo is another must-see for animal lovers. It features pandas, primates, a walk through aviary and more. However, the real appeal of Eureka is undoubtedly the massive old-growth redwood trees of nearby Sequoia Park. If you have a chance, you’ll want to ride the early-1900s Madaket ferry to see lovely Humboldt Bay which is home to seals and a variety of birdlife.
California is filled with natural wonders. The landscape varies mile after mile from rolling hills to towering mountains to ocean-scapes, there are geographic changes around every bend. When Mother Nature created the Cali, she didn’t miss a beat because the state is literally brimming with amazing natural features.
Along historic Route 66, you’ll want to check out Amboy Crater which is the site of an old volcanic. You can hike to the top for unparalleled views.
If you love the harsh beauty of the desert then check out the Artist's Palette which is a hilly region of Death Valley where the naturally occurring oxidation of different metals found within the soil’s makeup has caused the landscape to become colorful with unique hues. While in the Death Valley region of Cali, be sure to check out the panoramic salt flats of Badwater which is famous as the lowest point in America.
If you love an ocean view, then head to Inspiration Point where you can view the Channel Islands. The water is an azure blue and the jagged island outlines rise and look like they are touching the heavens.
At Joshua Tree National Park, you’ll see the unusual trees that have become famous in California. Enjoy the park’s trail system to truly soak up the fantastic views.
No trip to California is complete without seeing the Big Sur Coast. Check out Pfeiffer Beach which is unusual with purple sand. Also, don’t miss the McWay Falls which is a famous waterfall that spills down onto the beach. Morro Rock is also located along the Pacific Coast Highway and an odd natural wonder. The rock dome is located near the beachline and looks enormous in its sheer size.
When talking about Cali’s natural wonders, we must take a few minutes to focus on the iconic redwoods. Be sure to check out the Avenue of the Giants with the Founders Grove. Also, don’t forget to see the Nation’s Christmas Tree and General Sherman.
Yosemite and Half Dome are both famous must-see natural wonders that you’ll want to check off your bucket list while touring California.
Entire books have been written about things to do in California. There are literally thousands of sites and activities within the third-largest state’s borders. Without a doubt, there is something for everyone.
Let’s focus on a few of the main attractions:
Carmel: Known as Carmel-by-the-sea, is a famous beach city that is well known for its Carmel Mission and museums. There are fairytale cottages and a bevy of art galleries. You can even scuba or explore the local whaling museum.
Santa Monica: The coastal city sits just west of Los Angeles and is well known for its fantastic view of the Pacific Ocean. You can also walk the Santa Monica Pier and ride a carnival-style ride at the Pacific Park amusement park or jump on the Looff Hippodrome Carousel. If you love sea-life then explore the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium. Muscle Beach is another must-see historic location.
Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara has been coined the ‘American Riviera’. With upscale boutiques, dining, and a strong Spanish flair, it is the perfect place to spend the day.
Monterey: Home to the famous Cannery Row that was immortalized by the great novelist John Steinbeck, in Monterey it often feels like time stood still. Visit the local seafood restaurants, gift shops, and bars with nightclubs that now make up the converted factories. You might also want to check out the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Pasadena: The shopping and dining district of Pasadena is made of a combination of art deco and Victorian buildings. Explore the Norton Simon Museum or catch a game at the Rose Bowl.
Sacramento: The state capital, Sacramento is a great place to learn about the region’s Gold Rush era. You can walk the wood sidewalks and even take a wagon ride. There are several museums and you can even learn about the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad.
San Francisco Bay: Known as the Paris of the West, San Francisco is a cultural hub that will take more than one day to explore!
Yosemite National Park: Get lost in one of the world’s natural wonders. With 1,200 sq. miles of forest, there are waterfalls, towering rocks, and untouched forest to explore.
Healdsburg: If you are headed for wine country, then be sure to check out Healdsburg. Home of upscale spas and very chic restaurants, it’s a fun place to explore. It has its own vibe and many people enjoy spending a couple of days soaking up its atmosphere.
In the 1700s, Spanish missionaries arrived in the rugged and unsettled lands of California to spread Catholicism. They would establish 21 Spanish missions from San Diego de Alcala to San Francisco de Solano. The picturesque missions were all constructed from 1769 to 1833.
Today, five must-see missions stand out as ideal places to visit and explore: Mission San Diego de Alcala, Mission San Luis Obispo, Mission Santa Barbara, Mission San Miguel Archangel& Mission San Juan Capistrano
By 1847, California would be recognized as a U.S. territory and by 1848 gold would be discovered at Sutter’s Mill which would harken a rush of gold-seekers that was unparalleled in American history. Everyone wanted to strike it rich by finding their fortune in the creeks and countryside of the region.
In 1850, California was declared the 31st state. Today it is the third biggest state and follows only Alaska and Texas for sheer size. It is now home to millions of acres of farmland which makes it the leader in all agricultural production in the United States. In addition, it has the reputation of being a tourist hotspot with attractions like Yosemite National Park, Golden Gate Bridge, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Alcatraz, Disneyland, and Angel Island.
Although the terrain of California varies, the weather is typically mild in most areas with the average temperature holding at around 50 degrees Fahrenheit to 80 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year. The days are usually sunny and there is extraordinarily little rain. The average humidity holds at around 65 percent. One nice perk about Cali is that the nights are usually very mild. You can often get by with nothing but a sweater. The mountainous regions will see snowfall. Most people feel that the best time to visit the state weather-wise is in the spring or autumn when temperatures tend to remain very stable.
Everyone knows that true foodies love California. You can choose from so many different types of foods, drinks, and places to dine such as simple eateries to upscale restaurants. Food has a place in history within the state. Ancient Egyptians might have created sourdough bread, but it was a family of bakers that made the unusual bread famous during the state’s Gold Rush. Boudin, the country’s oldest baker, still calls San Francisco home. Traditional Mexican food is also a must-enjoy staple for anyone visiting or residing in the state. San Francisco is even credited with creating the famous fortune cookie. In fact, a battle raged between Los Angeles and San Francisco because both wanted to proclaim themselves the origin of the cookie.
Yes, it might be tempting to stay at a huge Cali resort, but the charming appeal of a B&B cannot be overlooked. Why not enjoy charming innkeepers, boutique hotels, or a country inn for a more personal feel. In fact, if you are planning a romantic getaway, then you want a boutique, Victorian, or breakfast inn where you can feel intimate and cozy. If you love the sound of the sea, then pick a bed and breakfast with ocean views or an oceanfront room. If you plan on exploring sipping wine and dining on scrumptious cuisine in wine country, then you’ll want to retreat to a b&b with all the amenities of a real home.
If you are new to staying at a b&b then you might wonder what kind of amenities you can expect at a bed and breakfast inn. Although some of the establishments are labeled as ‘rustic’ or ‘historic’ they almost all boast free Wi-Fi, so you don’t have to lose touch with the modern world. Also, guest rooms often have luxurious jacuzzi tubs or whirlpool tubs where you can rest and rejuvenate after a long day of exploring. Many also boast barbecue facilities, terraces, private bathrooms, and some have kitchens. You can even bring Fido to some of the establishments that are labeled pet friendly.
California is a big state so how you get around is always a consideration. Many bed and breakfasts offer free transport to and from major airports. You can also opt to rent a car. However, if you will be staying at one bed and breakfast for a getaway then be sure to check out what is within walking distance or if the establishment is located on a main street. Many people don't want the hassle of renting a car and they would prefer to walk to sites or use public transportation. Some B&Bs even rent bikes that you can ride around the area.
If you are looking for exceptional accommodations then we encourage you to check out B&Bs in our Diamond Collection. There are many different types of B&Bs in Cali. You can stay beachside, choose a Victorian gem, opt for a rustic delight, or with something quaint. Whether you choose a bed and breakfast on the beach, bed, and breakfast coast close, or an establishment known as the best bed and breakfast in California, you’ll find the perfect getaway to make your dreams a reality.
Bed and Breakfast Northern California
Gosby House Inn, A Four Sisters Inn is known as one of the best bed and breakfast Northern California Coast choices. It is in Pacific Grove by Monterey. The Victorian country inn boasts 22 guest rooms. Stroll the gardens together with your loved one. Lounge by the fireplace in your room wearing the provided his and hers robes. Most people will concur that it is one of the most romantic bed and breakfast Northern California choices.
If you are seeking a bed and breakfast California coast close then check out the Mill Rose Inn in Half Moon Bay. With only six guest bedrooms they are a AAA Four-Diamond inn that boasts truly luxurious rooms.
Bed and Breakfast Southern California
If you are seeking the best bed and breakfast in Southern California then check out the Blue Lantern Inn. The views are unparalleled. The inn is perched on a bluff overlooking the Dana Point Yacht Harbor. They also offer bicycles so you can explore the coastline and town.
The Newport Beach Hotel is alive with youthful energy and many call it the most romantic bed and breakfast in Southern California. Choose an Oceanview room to enjoy the sea views. The hotel offers bicycles so you can pedal with your loved one and enjoy everything the area has to offer. They also offer beach toys if you want to play in the water together.
Bed and Breakfast Wine Country California
Are you looking for a classic winery bed and breakfast California style? Then you’ll want to stay in the heart of Napa Valley. Milliken Creek Inn is known for its tranquility and chic ambience. The rooms boast canopy beds and lovely fireplaces. In addition, try their oversized hydrotherapy tubs or take a rain shower with your significant other. You can even enjoy a massage in your room to relax after a long day.
Most romantic bed and breakfast in California
If you want to book a romantic bed and breakfast in California then check out the Mason Fleurie located in Napa Valley. The ‘flowering house’ makes you feel like you are staying at an inn located in the south of France. The intricately crafted furnishings, stone fireplace, and rich fabrics all beckon. Every morning you can refuel with a bountiful breakfast and enjoy wine and hors d’oervers with your loved one in the afternoon. Be sure to take a dip in the pool or lounge in the oversized hot tub. You can also borrow the B&B’s bicycles to explore the local area.
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