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- Private room
- Culver City
The Lavender Cottage is a tiny home in the heart of Los Angeles. We welcome business travelers and explorers who want a safe, quiet, and central location in order to experience all that LA has to offer! You can easily walk to the metro or hop on a bike for a short trip into Culver City!
- Entire guesthouse
- Culver City
Come relax in our new private 1-bed, 1-bath, Spanish style vacation bungalow. Set in a centrally located neighborhood walking distance from popular restaurants, bars, and shopping. Beaches are a short drive, bus ride, or bike trip away. One queen bed and rollaway twin bed. Central heat and air, fruit (+ avocado!) trees on property, washer & dryer in unit, full kitchen, ample closet space, and spacious bathroom. Relax in our shared yard and spend time with our two dogs and mini pig.
- Entire guesthouse
- South LA
Beautiful modern guest house with gorgeous light and a view of the Hollywood sign. Brand new, full kitchen with dishwasher. New bathroom with glassed in shower and skylight plus washer and dryer. New double bed in separate bedroom. Quiet, secluded garden setting with fruit trees and outdoor table and chairs for your use. Completely separate private unit with no shared walls. Secure gated yard. Abundant, free street parking.
Culver City vacation rentals
Your guide to Culver City
All About Culver City
Steeped in a rich history of movie and TV production, Culver City is best known as the headquarters of several film studios. Located in the west part of Los Angeles, the neighborhood was first incorporated in the 1900s and has been a haven for movie-making ever since. While there are plenty of film and TV sets available to tour and theaters to experience, that’s not all Culver City has to offer. The neighborhood has become one of LA’s liveliest creative hubs thanks to an arts district housing a number of prominent galleries, small museums, and artist studios. An added bonus if you’re doing a gallery walk: Culver City is pedestrian-friendly, with most attractions within easy walking distance.
As you wander through Culver City’s various districts, you’ll find blocks lines with unique boutiques and gastropubs. PLATFORM, an open-air shopping center covered in murals and living walls, is home to independent brands specializing in local food, clothing, and wellness products. There’s also a popular farmer’s market that happens weekly in Culver City.
Head to the Baldwin Scenic Overlook when you’re ready for some incredible views, or to nearby Marina Del Rey for a breath of sea air and a waterfront meal.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Culver City?
Southern California is known for its predictable sunny, warm weather, with mild temperatures for most of the year. There’s really no bad time to book your Culver City vacation rental, but perhaps the best time is the spring, when the summer heat hasn’t yet arrived and flowers are blooming all over the city. Spring is also when Downtown Culver City’s art galleries stay open late for ARTWALK, a free, self-guided tour of local art galleries.
Summers generally remain temperate, though there can be a chance of a heat wave. There is always something going on in LA, but some larger events worth noting are the food and wine festival in August and a film festival in December. Fall and winter are never too cold, although you may want to pack a rain jacket just in case.
What are the top things to do in Culver City?
The Wende Museum
Founded in 2002, this unique collections-based research and education museum focuses on preserving Cold War history and artifacts. The museum exhibits art, artifacts, and archival documents that illustrate the Cold War period in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union from 1945 to 1991. The Wende offers free admission for all visitors on weekends.
Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook
This 500-foot tall hill features beautiful city vistas that can be accessed via concrete stairs, a meandering 1.5-mile dirt path, or by car. From the top, you’ll enjoy views of the entire Los Angeles Basin, the Pacific Ocean, and the San Gabriel Mountains. There is a visitor center at the base of the hill where you can learn about the history of the land through interactive exhibits and theater programs.
Abbot Kinney Boulevard
The mile-long stretch of Abbot Kinney is located 15 minutes away in Venice. With its cool surf shops, eclectic food trucks, vintage furniture emporium, and independent bookstore, the boulevard is a stylish block that’s also a hub for Los Angeles’ “Silicon Beach” tech scene.