- Bridge Street Inn guests, One of my favorite signs in Cambria is a short walk from the Inn. The sign is located next to a grove of eucalyptus trees in the @ffrpcambriaBridge Street Inn guests learn about Japanese toilets while they wash their hands.Curious to know what a fall day in mid November looks like in Cambria? Special thanks to the Bridge Street Inn guest’s at @hearstranchwinery who allowed me to share their joy in this photo series.New room signs at the Bridge Street Inn.The Bridge Street Inn walnut table can accommodate a 1000 piece puzzle and hungry guests all in a sitting. #megapuzzlesBridge Street Inn guest’s here are a couple of photos taken in Big Sur this week. Enjoy the adventure to Cambria.
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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.
Come stay in Room 4, the Sexy Cat Room, at the Bridge Street Inn. Room 4 is a private room with a full size bed and single bed. You can book the room through Airbnb. Click here on the Room 4 Airbnb link.
check out more Suki All art at Bird’s Eye View Studio.
Come stay in Room 3, the Do-Overs Room, at the Bridge Street Inn. Room 3 is a private room with a queen size bed and single bed. You can book the room through Airbnb. Click here on the Room 3 Airbnb link.
check out more Elisabeth Dare photography at Unity Souls.
check out more Amy Trull collages at Do-Overs.
One of the best hikes on the Central Coast of California is 25 miles North of the Bridge Street Inn. Park at the south turnout a stone’s throw away from Ragged Point. Walk through the gate on the East side of the highway. The trail is rather strenuous. Up and back is 4 miles with a 1700′ elevation gain. For a majority of the hike the ocean will be in sight. The dramatic ocean views will accommodate the adventurer who wants to go for a quick 30 minute hike or the hiker who will make it to the top but on their own slow pace. Beauty unfolds at every turn.
At the top of the ridge lives a sea of green grass and oak trees. Rest against an oak tree. Take in vista views of the ocean to the west and mountains valley’s to the east. The ridge top is rather flat with a few gentle rolling small hills tops.
For more detailed information including a map check out the Hiking in Big Sur-Ragged Point Fire Road Trail link.
One of the benefits of ending a hike near Ragged Point is you can their enjoy the restaurant and coffee shop. Here is a link to the Ragged Point restaurant menu.
Bluesy Stephanie plays at the Bridge Street Inn. She wowed the small group of Cambria’s who were fortunate enough to enjoy this special UK artist. Open mic had stellar performances by Allison and Brandon. Followed by an after hours party at Linn’s and Mozzi’s. Ask the Bridge Street Inn about playing a house show.
Song inspired by the latest piece of art found for the Bridge Street Inn. The song is also a shout out to the other cats I’ve enjoyed in the Cambria area. Come visit the Bridge Street Inn located in Cambria, CA half way between SF and LA.
Come stay in Room 4. Sleep in the Sexy Cat room.