Bed & Breakfasts

Fog’s End Bed & Breakfast

Ideally located on the east end of Main Street, Fog’s End is within walking distance of everything there is to love about Cambria, yet you also get a taste of the rural Central California Coast. Only two miles to the beach, seven miles to Hearst Castle, and a short drive to Central Coast wineries. We […]

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Olallieberry Inn

This 1865-built home is one of the oldest buildings in town and sits on the banks of the Santa Rosa Creek. A 130-year-old redwood tree greets guests from the Inn’s front entry. Lush and colorful gardens can be enjoyed from the back deck. Olallieberry Inn offers a peaceful, serene, and private oasis, yet you’re just

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Olallieberry Inn

Squibb House & Black Barn

This house was built in 1903 for William Westendorf, a man of many talents: professional gambler, real estate broker, saloon owner, land speculator and game warden. He sold the house to George and Dena Storni Dickie in 1915. The Dickies were prominent Cambria business owners; they established the first automobile agency and the first modern

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J. Patrick House & Inn

We are Cambria’s original bed and breakfast, located just under a mile from town, two miles from the beach, and nine miles from Hearst Castle. Our welcoming home offers seven unique rooms, each with a queen or king bed, private bathroom, fireplace, and window seat. We also rent the entire Inn to large parties. The

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Dreydon House Bed & Breakfast

Bill and Janis welcome you deep into the midst of scented Lodge Hill pines among relaxing sights and sounds not far from the Pacific Ocean. They are 30-year residents of Cambria, with Bill having previously been a Hearst Castle guide. The house is a short walk to Lampton Cliffs Park where you can stay and

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