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Re: Beachfront Vacation Rental on Central Coast Wanted
You might want to consider Cayucos, which is just a few miles north of Morro Bay. It is
a very quiet little town, not much to do there, but the beach is gorgeous. The
waterfront at Morro Bay is 5 minutes away & fun to visit. Also Pismo Beach is about a 40
minute drive away. Hearst Castle is also about 40 minutes away. Check out
Re: 10th Anniversary romantic getaway
I would highly recommend the Sunset Inn Bed and Breakfast in
Cayucos, down on the central California coast. The rooms are
beautiful and the staff is great. They will even book an in-
room massage. My husband and I just spent our first getaway
without our son and it was fabulous. There is a lot to do in
the area - beachcombing, whale watching, antiquing - as well as
some great restaurants the B&B staff can point you to. I can't
lay my hands on the phone number, but they are listed on the
web as well as by calling 411. Good luck!
Re: Central Coast Beach with a one-year-old
Last July we spent a week in a private home in Cayucos with our 2
kids (a toddler and a 5-year-old).
Here's what we thought--
-It's a short drive to the other coastal towns if you
want to take advantage of the Children's museum and Farmer's
Market in SLO, boat excursions in Morro Bay, shopping and dining
at various coastal towns.
-It doesn't get as hot as SLO which can be over 100 degrees
during the summer months.
-It feels like an old-fashioned California Beach Town that's
still yet to be discovered (but growing rapidly)
-There's a really nice, family friendly restaurant in town
that serves fabulous breakfasts (wish I could remember the name)
-The vacation home rental options range from very basic (and
cheap) to luxurious.
-After 3 days of sunshine, the fog rolled in and it was in the
mid to high 60's the rest of the week which was too chilly for my
toddler to enjoy playing at the beach.
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