Pescadero Creek Inn: Discover the magic that is Pescadero...
Located in Historic Pescadero on California’s scenic San Mateo Coast midway between Santa Cruz and San Francisco, Pescadero Creek Inn offers a serene and tranquil country setting to escape life's hectic pace. Whether it is a hike on a deserted white sand beach or a stroll through towering redwoods, Pescadero will sooth your soul. Come discover the magic that is Pescadero!
Get away without going away!
Relax in front of a beautiful stone fireplace in the century old farmhouse or nap in a hammock by the side of Pescadero Creek. Enjoy the spacious decks overlooking the creek and listen to the water go by, and with it goes your cares and worries.
Redwoods are a bicycle ride away, while Pigeon Point Lighthouse, elephant seals at Año Nuevo or walks on long deserted white sand beaches are a short drive. Golfing, horseback riding, wine tasting, whale watching and fishing may all be found nearby.
The Inn's parlor is where in the morning you can relax with a cup of coffee and enjoy a good book in front of the large stone fireplace, or share a glass of wine in the evening
Innkeepers Ken and Penny renovated the 100 year-old Pescadero farmhouse in 1992 with the hope of someday opening an inn that would rival the best boutique hotels.
That dream was realized when they welcomed their first guests in early 2003 and they look forward to sharing the warm ambiance of their country inn with you.
Decorated with period antiques, each room at Pescadero Creek Inn has a queen sized down feather-bed and a private bath with antique claw foot tub.
Wake up to the smells of Peet's coffee and organic teas before a short walk leads you to breakfast at Duarte's Restaurant, Pescadero Country Store or breakfast burritos at Los Amigos Taqueria. A lighter faire awaits you at the newly opend Downtown Local coffee shop. This will prepare you for a day of exploring the deserted beaches and redwoods around Pescadero, California!
Pescadero Creek Inn
Our Northern California country inn is your chance to escape the stresses and pressures of modern life. If you have ever felt bogged down by your usual routine then you need to get away to a place where those cares and concerns will not follow. Come find out how our California coast farmhouse has more to offer than even the fabulous accommodations and breathtaking surroundings.
The Perfect Getaway
When you are looking for a coastal vacation spot, you are seeking out the perfect getaway. If you wanted the same old hustle and bustle of ordinary life then you would have stayed at home. A vacation is meant to be more. A vacation is meant to be your chance to spend some time in paradise. Our San Mateo coastal farmhouse is your chance to spend a little time in paradise, and hear the waves crashing on the beach in the evening.
Our California Inn sits in a quiet country setting at the edge of downtown Pescadero. It is a century old farmhouse that has been beautifully restored and lavishly outfitted with everything necessary for total relaxation. The stone fireplace gives guests somewhere to gather in the evenings to enjoy quiet moments and scintillating conversations.
Things To Do
When visiting Pescadero all of Northern California's coast attractions are there for your enjoyment. You can begin with the California beaches that have all the standard beach attractions. Then you can visit the massive redwoods and take in all that nature in this region has to offer.
You can take some time to see the elephant seals or go whale watching. You can spend your free time golfing, horseback riding, or even wine tasting. If you like shopping then all that separates our California coast inn from local shops is Pescadero Creek.
When you are looking to get away come to Pescadero Creek Inn. You will find the perfect getaway in a quaint century old farmhouse redone with lavish accommodations to help you escape all the cares and concerns of your everyday life. Whether it is listening to the waves on the shore or the wind through the redwoods, Pescadero will soothe your soul.
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