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Cambria Inns Offer Adventure

Cambria Inns Offer Summer Travelers a Gateway to Outdoor Adventure, Wine and More

From foodie festivals to historic Hearst Castle, Cambria is a distinct vacation destination

places to stay in Cambria-hotels-Inns-Motels-resortsCome and explore one of California’s most charming and beautiful coastlines this summer with a visit to Cambria Inns – a treasured collection of hotels on Moonstone Beach in Cambria, CA.

The beachfront properties, which include the luxurious Blue Dolphin Inn and private Moonstone Cottages, both for adults only; the familyfriendly Castle Inn; and the warm and welcoming Sand Pebbles Inn, offer guests a gateway to spectacular scenery, endless recreational possibilities and awardwinning food and wine.

Located off the famed Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) between San Francisco and Los Angeles, just south of Big Sur, the Cambria Inns reside in the picturesque artisan village of Cambria and just steps from the unrivaled beauty of rugged Moonstone Beach.

Offering a “room with a view” for any traveler, the hotel collection includes accommodations that range from upscale to valueoriented. Home to a host of exhilarating and relaxing summer activities, this serene Central Coast destination never disappoints.

Outdoor enthusiasts will delight in the temperate summer climate and bounty of available activities that beckon in Cambria and its neighboring towns and state parks. Whether in search of the perfect windsurfing spot or a challenging or leisurely hiking trail, Cambria Inns’ friendly staff can help guests coordinate their perfect summer adventure.

 

 

 
Cambria Inns Offer Adventure

Cambria Inns Offer Summer Travelers a Gateway to Outdoor Adventure, Wine and More

From foodie festivals to historic Hearst Castle, Cambria is a distinct vacation destination

places to stay in Cambria-hotels-Inns-Motels-resortsCome and explore one of California’s most charming and beautiful coastlines this summer with a visit to Cambria Inns – a treasured collection of hotels on Moonstone Beach in Cambria, CA.

The beachfront properties, which include the luxurious Blue Dolphin Inn and private Moonstone Cottages, both for adults only; the familyfriendly Castle Inn; and the warm and welcoming Sand Pebbles Inn, offer guests a gateway to spectacular scenery, endless recreational possibilities and awardwinning food and wine.

Located off the famed Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) between San Francisco and Los Angeles, just south of Big Sur, the Cambria Inns reside in the picturesque artisan village of Cambria and just steps from the unrivaled beauty of rugged Moonstone Beach.

Offering a “room with a view” for any traveler, the hotel collection includes accommodations that range from upscale to valueoriented. Home to a host of exhilarating and relaxing summer activities, this serene Central Coast destination never disappoints.

Outdoor enthusiasts will delight in the temperate summer climate and bounty of available activities that beckon in Cambria and its neighboring towns and state parks. Whether in search of the perfect windsurfing spot or a challenging or leisurely hiking trail, Cambria Inns’ friendly staff can help guests coordinate their perfect summer adventure.

 

 

 
Stroll the Garden Shed shops

Stroll around the shops at the Garden Shed

cambria phone book garden shedPassion is a funny thing. You never know when it will find you, and it never fails to pull you in a direction you never planned on going. At least that seems to be the unifying moral of the stories behind the owners at The Shops at The Garden Shed, located in the charming east village of Cambria. 
 
Housed in a rustic and sprawling 7,000-sq.ft. renovated creamery on Main Street, its core is The Garden Shed, a garden accessories and décor store lovingly and thoughtfully filled with whimsical wares and inspirational installations by the soft-spoken and sweet owner Ashley Gracey. Gracey explains that she and her husband Lucky opened The Garden Shed 14 years ago as a side business to complement Lucky’s landscaping company. That was their plan. But passion for decorating and a proclivity for digging up garden art treasures soon transformed the side business into a main one that demanded their full attention. 
 
Gracey describes the creative, collaborative process of outfitting their store with excitement. “For example we got chocolate candles,” she gestures toward one small nook of the vibrantly decorated, vintage-inspired room. “So, we’ll think ‘Oh, what could we do that’s chocolate themed? Chocolate seeds for chocolate Cosmos!” 
 
Always working to offer a truly unique shopping experience for their customers, she says, “We try to find little artists that are not known.” Of course, she is aided in this effort by the tasteful arrangement of other vendors also operating under The Shops at The Garden Shed umbrella. We walk past the Sweet Shop, tucked into a side room off of the patio, and next door, the new Ocean Heir shop, owned by Diane Matzner, which offers an eclectic mix of paper, cards, books, clothing, accessories and jewelry. To the east of the Garden Shed store and patio lie The Painted Lily, an artfully curated art gallery, and further back, Lily’s Coffee Shop, a favorite spot for a latte and an unrushed morning before hitting the sights in Cambria. 

 

Real Estate San Luis Obispo – Gregg Whitfield – (805) 235-7412 

 
Stroll the Garden Shed shops

Stroll around the shops at the Garden Shed

cambria phone book garden shedPassion is a funny thing. You never know when it will find you, and it never fails to pull you in a direction you never planned on going. At least that seems to be the unifying moral of the stories behind the owners at The Shops at The Garden Shed, located in the charming east village of Cambria. 
 
Housed in a rustic and sprawling 7,000-sq.ft. renovated creamery on Main Street, its core is The Garden Shed, a garden accessories and décor store lovingly and thoughtfully filled with whimsical wares and inspirational installations by the soft-spoken and sweet owner Ashley Gracey. Gracey explains that she and her husband Lucky opened The Garden Shed 14 years ago as a side business to complement Lucky’s landscaping company. That was their plan. But passion for decorating and a proclivity for digging up garden art treasures soon transformed the side business into a main one that demanded their full attention. 
 
Gracey describes the creative, collaborative process of outfitting their store with excitement. “For example we got chocolate candles,” she gestures toward one small nook of the vibrantly decorated, vintage-inspired room. “So, we’ll think ‘Oh, what could we do that’s chocolate themed? Chocolate seeds for chocolate Cosmos!” 
 
Always working to offer a truly unique shopping experience for their customers, she says, “We try to find little artists that are not known.” Of course, she is aided in this effort by the tasteful arrangement of other vendors also operating under The Shops at The Garden Shed umbrella. We walk past the Sweet Shop, tucked into a side room off of the patio, and next door, the new Ocean Heir shop, owned by Diane Matzner, which offers an eclectic mix of paper, cards, books, clothing, accessories and jewelry. To the east of the Garden Shed store and patio lie The Painted Lily, an artfully curated art gallery, and further back, Lily’s Coffee Shop, a favorite spot for a latte and an unrushed morning before hitting the sights in Cambria. 

 

Real Estate San Luis Obispo – Gregg Whitfield – (805) 235-7412 

 
New phone book being prepared for Cambria

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The 2017 edition of Your Cambria Phone Book is being prepared up and we don't want to miss your advertisement or listing. It's the only local, family-owned directory serving Cambria, Harmony, San Simeon and the North Coast of San Luis Obispo County. Over 6,000 copies of the new Cambria Phone book will be delivered to every home, apartment, and businesses in Cambria.

"If you are looking to grow your business in the Cambria market, this is a great publication to be in," says publisher Scott Brennan.

The directory is a good deal for small businesses looking to advertise, says Brennan, because it reaches the upscale Cambria community, offers low rates, top-quality glossy print job, free full color and graphic design. The book is delivered in June every year.

The Cambria directory includes business listings, residential listings, government listings, maps, and more. It offers community information on the Cambria Library, Chamber of Commerce, education, emergency services, evacuation plan, coastal elephant seal colony, groups, clubs and organizations, Hearst Castle, Joslyn Recreation Center, activities, events, parks, recycling information and worship services.

Popular categories in the business directory include antiques, appliance repair, art galleries, auto repair, contractors, floor coverings, hair salons, massage therapy, motels, nurseries, painters, pizza, plumbing, real estate, restaurants, tires, tree services, vacation rentals, windows and wine tasting. The listings are available in print and online.

Your Cambria Phone Book is produced by local marketing and advertising company Access Publishing. The company publishes the San Luis Obispo County Visitors Guide, Central Coast Active magazine, North County Access and others. It also provides online marketing, search engine optimization and web design in San Luis Obispo County.

The deadline for advertising is May 30. Call Access Publishing at (805) 226-9890 for more information.

 
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Calendar of Events

Wed Apr 24, 2019 @10:00AM - 05:00PM
Morro Bay Kite Festival and Parade
Wed May 01, 2019
Antique Street Faire
Mon May 06, 2019
Cruisin’ Morro Bay Car Show
Tue May 07, 2019
Cruisin’ Morro Bay Car Show
Wed May 08, 2019
Cruisin’ Morro Bay Car Show
Wed Feb 19, 2020 @ 9:30AM - 05:00PM
Dollhouse & Miniatures Show and Sale
Thu Feb 20, 2020 @ 9:30AM - 05:00PM
Dollhouse & Miniatures Show and Sale
Wed Feb 26, 2020
Cambria Western Dance Jamboree
Wed Mar 11, 2020
Morro Bay Chili Cook Off and Beer Fest
Mon Mar 16, 2020 @ 5:00PM -
Cambria St. Patrick’s Day Corn Beef and Cabbage Dinner