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Cardiovascular Cambria Pine Lodge Hike

Not all Bridge Street Inn guests want to begin their day with a healthy bowl of muesli. A recommended alternative breakfast is the Cardiovascular Cambria Pine Lodge Breakfast hike. The hike from the BSI includes approximately 250 stairs, all you can eat buffet, and a labyrinth at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.

250 stairs climb begins at Burton St. and Rodeo Grounds.

Do you see the Bridge Street Inn?

Delicious vegetarian options.

Labyrinth at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

13 mile bike ride from Cambria to Cayucos becomes a half day adventure

 

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13 mile bike ride from Cambria to Cayucos becomes a half day adventure

The 13 mile ride from the Bridge Street Inn to Cayucos can turn into a half day adventure with ample hiking, beach naps, art galleries, wine tasting, coffee shops and restaurants.  Plus it only costs $1.50 to a catch a ride for yourself and bike on teh RTA bus back to Cambria.

Below are links to some of the authors favorite stops on the Cambria to Cayucos bike ride.

Harmony Cellers

Harmony Headlands

Ruddell’s Smokehouse

Cayucos Collective

Brown Butter Cookie Company

Top Dog Coffee Bar

 

Veronica, the Bridge Street Inn Spider Queen at the Cambria Scarecrow Festival

Another Cambria Scarecrow Festival is upon us.  Here is a photo documentary on how Catherine Greenup, Carl Finley, Rhonda Johnson, and Brandon Follett created Veronica, the Bridge Street Inn Spider Queen. Come stay at the Bridge Street Inn and check out the Cambria Scarecrow Festival.

Check artist Megan Maurnowski photographs of Veronica, the Bridge Street Inn Spider Queen.  CLICK HERE

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Artist Megan Maurowski photographs Bridge Street Inn Cambria scarecrow

Artist Megan Marunowski photographs the Bridge Street Inn scarecrow entitled Veronica the Bridge Street Inn Spider Queen.  Come check out the Cambria Scarecrow Festival.

See how Catherine Greenup, Carl Finley, Rhonda Johnson, and Brandon Follett created Veronica, the Bridge Street Inn Spider Queen.  click here.

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With her love for new experiences in nature and being surrounded with various cultures of the world, Megan Marunowski is one of the new additions to the community of eclectic people at The Bridge Street Inn in Cambria, California. The city resides in the heart of the Central Coast and sits at the Mouth of Big Sur Country, with beautiful views for travelers and locals alike. She wishes to expand her skills by seeking new opportunities and work trades while on her journey through the country.

Texas born and raised, Megan has a background in Contemporary dance and Fine Arts. With a BFA in Photography, Megan has continued to grow as a photographer, with a wide range of subject matter, from action-packed live music journalism to capturing the striking beauty of the landscape. As a previous teacher in Art Education, Megan found joy in spreading knowledge and self- expression through concepts of art, science and nature — these are the passions that led her to start traveling in New Zealand in 2016. She has been embracing the nomadic lifestyle ever since, continually creating photography and making new connections with people from around the world.

Learn more about Megan, her adventures’, and art on Instagram

Artist Megan Marunowski is at the Bridge Street Inn

With her love for new experiences in nature and being surrounded with various cultures of the world, Megan Marunowski is one of the new additions to the community of eclectic people at The Bridge Street Inn in Cambria, California. The city resides in the heart of the Central Coast and sits at the Mouth of Big Sur Country, with beautiful views for travelers and locals alike. She wishes to expand her skills by seeking new opportunities and work trades while on her journey through the country.

Texas born and raised, Megan has a background in Contemporary dance and Fine Arts. With a BFA in Photography, Megan has continued to grow as a photographer, with a wide range of subject matter, from action-packed live music journalism to capturing the striking beauty of the landscape. As a previous teacher in Art Education, Megan found joy in spreading knowledge and self- expression through concepts of art, science and nature — these are the passions that led her to start traveling in New Zealand in 2016. She has been embracing the nomadic lifestyle ever since, continually creating photography and making new connections with people from around the world.

Learn more about Megan, her adventures’, and art on Instagram

Bridge Street Inn

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Heartwarming moments under beautiful, sunny skies

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Best seats in town for early morning conversations and a hot cup in your hand

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When life gives you lemons, share with all!

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Brandon’s Muesli will brighten any day

Big Sur

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Sunset Waves, Sand Dollar Beach

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Morning Hues, Moonstone Beach

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As the Fog Rises, McWay Falls

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Beyond the Horizon, Big Sur

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Nautical Orb, 2017

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Tropic of Paradise, 2017

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Summit Halo, 2017

 

Rachel Kenney creates a happy “Welcome” at the Bridge Street Inn

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Bridge Street Inn welcome sign designed and created by Rachel Kenney

Bridge Street Inn with a WELCOME sign designed and created by Rachel Kenney

Rachel Kenney private party sign

The back side of the WELCOME sign reads Private Party No Vacancy. The Bridge Street Inn is the perfect house for happy gatherings of friends and family.

 

Local artist Rachel Kenney has designed and created a WELCOME sign that compliments the charm of the Bridge Street Inn and the beauty of our guests.

Rachels’ art gallery, REK Inc, offers one of a kind treasures found no where else on the central coast.  Below are some photos of Rachel’s work taken from her etsy and Facebook account.  To really experience the colors and feel of her craftsmanship it is worth the short walk from the Bridge Street Inn to her gallery.

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REK on Facebook

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REK Inc
719 Main St
Cambria, CA 93428

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Captain Hook, Rachel’s assistant at REK Inc.

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Rachel Kenney rings

 

Rachel Kenney wood art

Rachel Kenney wood art

Bridge Street Inn now offers guests and the Cambria community an EV Charging Station

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Tesla S Model using the Bridge Street Inn EV Station

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BMW I Model using the Bridge Street Inn EV Station

Excess electricity is generated by the Bridge Street Inn property solar panels.  With the new Type 2 40amp EV charging station guests and the Cambria community can enjoy the power of the sun.  The Bridge Street Inn is now listed on the U.S. Department of Energy alternative fuels data center.  Here is a link to learn more about our power system.  https://www.afdc.energy.gov/locator/stations/places/86270