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New signs at the Bridge Street Inn

Clear communication is a key component to running a successful European Guest House with a Happy Hostel vibe. New handmade room signs made with local beach stones.  New handmade gold blue bathroom signs made from a wood fence. New lid sink signs.









Bridge Street Inn celebrates the Cambria Scarecrow Festival

Now in its eleventh year, the Cambria Scarecrow Festival has grown into a community-wide event with hundreds of scarecrows bowling, bathing, painting, pedaling, fishing and flying through Cambria, San Simeon and Harmony.

The Festival made its first appearance in 2009 with just thirty scarecrows. Since then, thanks to the ingenuity and hard work of local students, residents, and businesses, the numbers have grown into the hundreds.

Special thanks to the scarecrow artistic genius of Catherine and Carl.  Check out there creative endeavors at Catherine Greenup Visual.

Author Marianne Power has this to say about the Bridge Street Inn

“I cannot say enough good things about The Bridge Street Inn. It’s a magical place full of love. The bedrooms are spotless with old fashioned quilts on the bed and the garden is bursting with flowers. It’s like stepping back in time. The living room has guitars and books for people to use and the kitchen is immaculately clean and set up with free coffee and oatmeal for breakfast.Brandon, the manager, is kind, funny and helpful and really cares about everyone who walks through the door and cares that they see the best of the area. I’ve travelled the world and stayed in many places – both simple and fancy – and The Bridge Street Inn is one of my favourite spots. I will keep coming back.” -Marianne Power


Purchase HELP Me! at your local bookstore or at Amazon.

Check out Micah Shwaebrow’s art at Mission Gallery

Check out Bridge Street Inn guest, Micah Schwaberow’s, art at the Mission Gallery located in Cambria, CA.

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Micah at the Mission Gallery

Micah Schwaebrow

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First Horse guests at the Bridge Street Inn

Despite not allowing pets into the Bridge Street Inn.  The outdoor area is fine for all critters including horses.

35mm photographer Elisabeth Dare at the Bridge Street Inn


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The Bridge Street Inn photographed by Elisabeth Dare

Elisabeth Dare is a nomadic analogue film photographer, US park ranger, and visual artist. Her work is created on film ranging from 35mm to instant and medium format photographs. She often uses alternative materials to develop film such as tea, wine and laundry detergent to create organic imperfections in her work.

The Bridge Street Inn film imperfections was created with orange juice.

Check out her work at http://untidysouls.com/

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Reserve Room 1, the HATTERAS ISLAND ROOM, at the Bridge Street Inn

Come stay in Room 1, the Hatteras Island Room, at the Bridge Street Inn.  Room 1 is a private room with a queen size bed.  You can book the room through Airbnb.  Click here on the Room 1 Airbnb link.


Hatteras Island art from North Carolina created by Lisa Cooper and Glenn Dodenhoft.


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