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Bridge Street Inn rocks out at Gary Kramer Guitar Cellars

The Bridge Street Inn enjoys intellectually stimulating guests on many different levels. I have exciting news, Jennifer from Gary Kramer Guitar Cellars has given the Inn 2 for 1 wine tasting coupons. Need some hair metal intelectual stimulation? Your host will happily play Van Halen on the record player and over coffee share with you his favorite hair metal stories. After a hairy metal morning at the Inn travel to @garykramerguitarcellars in Paso Robles for a hairy metal afternoon. The guitars, memorabilia, delicious drinks and hospitality are worth the 38min drive:):):)





New Built to Spill poster at the Bridge Street Inn

Bridge Street Inn guest’s another amazing reminder to check out concert venues when making your central coast travel plans. Built to Spill played at the Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo.  Thanks Aaron and Jennifer:):):). New @builttospill poster at the Bridge Street Inn.  Below is a link to a few of your hosts favorite venues on the California Central Coast. https://bridgestreetinn.wordpress.com/2019/04/13/electric-howlers-at-the-927-beer-company/





Fall is a great time to bring your bike to Cambria

Curious to know what a fall day in mid November looks like in Cambria?  Fall is a great time to bring your bike to Cambria.  The Bridge Street Inn offers covered out of site bike parking.



The bike ride from the Bridge Street Inn to Hearst Ranch Winery is fairly flat, beautiful views, and a wide shoulder on the PCH.


Happy Bridge Street Inn guests at the Hearst Ranch Winery.





The Bridge Street Inn Muesli Testimony

muesli info Bridge Street Inn

The Bridge Street Inn muesli contains no high fructose syrup and designed to be enjoyed with water. Yep, a delicious healthy vegan breakfast.


Bridge Street Inn muesli ingredients are purchased from Soto’s True Earth Market. Our ingredients are healthy, organic and support our local grocery economy.

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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Reserve Room 4, the SEXY CAT ROOM at the Bridge Street Inn

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.



Full size bed


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single bed


Art by Suki Allen


Art by Suki Allen

check out more Suki All art at Bird’s Eye View Studio.

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Reserve Room 3, the DO-OVERS ROOM at the Bridge Street Inn

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.

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Elisabeth Dare took this photo of Room 3 using 35mm film washed in orange juice.

check out more Elisabeth Dare photography at Unity Souls.


Do-Over art created by Amy Trull

check out more Amy Trull collages at Do-Overs.

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Hiking the Ragged Point Fire Road Trail at Sunset


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.

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Bluesy Stephanie plus open mic at the Bridge Street Inn

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.


Allison Hayward sings the truth about the Cambria deer.  Did you know they are bastards?


Brandon Follett sings about why, “too much love makes the world go mad!”


Sunny day, music, and friends


After hour party at Mozzi’s

Sexy Cats in Cambria, California

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.