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Ocean Front Get Away- Luxury Suite on the Beach

Our ocean front guest suite offers sweeping views of the beach and ocean and includes a separate entrance, king size bed, fireplace, luxurious bathroom, private outside seating patio with fire pit and your own steps down to the beach. Relax on the patio as you watch the pelicans and dolphins. Fall asleep to soothing ocean waves. Awake in the morning to homemade warm scones, fresh fruit, eggs and juice delivered to your door. Electric vehicle charging available. Catch our amazing sunsets!

$229 per night
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Unique Apartment with private entrance.

This quirky room is attached to my home but is very private with it's own entrance. It's complete with full bathroom, kitchen, WiFi, cable and Netflix. It's a really cute place in a quiet neighborhood and not far from the beach. Dogs are always welcome... Woof Woof! . Dogs may be happier in my Cabana room upstairs. While most people love this place some elderly folks do not feel comfortable here. Thank you & have a great trip!

$95 per night
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Bungalow by the Bay

Our cute & rustic Single Bungalow is seen in the background behind the red Bougainvillea flowers. We're in an excellent quiet location, just one block from the Bay, Audubon Lookout, Farmers Market, and unique restaurants. Only a five-minute drive to the MUST-SEE Montana de Oro State Park. We include kayaks, family bikes, and a private little deck with a Weber grill. Check out our YouTube Videos; "Los Osos Tourism Advertisement" and "Quirk - Nine Palms". Sorry no pets

$125 per night

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Stay near Morro Bay's top sights

Photo of Morro Rock
Morro Rock70 locals recommend
Photo of Morro Bay State Park
Morro Bay State Park6 locals recommend
Photo of Museum of Natural History
Museum of Natural History30 locals recommend
Photo of Morro Bay Aquarium and Gift Shop
Morro Bay Aquarium and Gift Shop3 locals recommend
Photo of The Libertine Pub
The Libertine Pub17 locals recommend
Photo of Bay Theatre
Bay Theatre13 locals recommend

Morro Bay house rentals

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Cute Morro Bay Beach Bungalow NO pets allowed
$125 per night
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Cozy Coastal Hideaway
$115 per night
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Stargazing Studio with Private Deck
$95 per night
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Great little beach house. Escape the summer heat!
$108 per night
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Hilltop Haven | Panoramic Views of Morro Bay Rock & Pacific | Wraparound Deck
$225 per night
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Quiet and Clean Morro Bay getaway
$89 per night
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Cozy Beach Cottage
$100 per night
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Peace and Tranquility - Morro Bay
$208 per night
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Bayview Getaway
$125 per night
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Bright 1 bedroom on Morro Bay with 2 work stations
$157 per night
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Pelican Place in Morro Bay
$159 per night
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Charming Farmhouse near the Bay
$86 per night

Morro Bay beach vacation rentals

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Bayview Suite
$207 per night
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I Sea You! Morro Bay, Ca
$236 per night
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Unique cabana room on garden deck.
$74 per night
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Captain's-SPECTACULAR bay/ocean views-980 sq ft
$269 per night
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1/2 Block to the Embarcadero with Private Backyard
$291 per night
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Romantic waterfront Cottage for two on Morro Bay
$325 per night
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Pelican Cove Vacation Rental at the Back Bay
$212 per night
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Luxury ocean view contemporary.....
$85 per night
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Downtown Deluxe Queen Room-One Block to Waterfront
$173 per night
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Baywood Cottage #5 · Dog Friendly
$180 per night
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The Famous Zen Den Beach House Los Osos /Morro Bay
$338 per night
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Poppy's Perch
$193 per night

Your guide to Morro Bay

All About Morro Bay

Centrally located between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Morro Bay is a small coastal city in California known for its unique natural beauty. The eucalyptus trees, volcanic mounds, and Morro Bay Harbor are home to an assortment of marine wildlife — sea otters, dolphins, and peregrine falcons are just a few of the animals commonly seen in Morro Bay. With year-round surfing, kayaking, boating, and biking opportunities available, there is always something to do here.

In addition to the magnificent views and year-round activities, the local dining options give visitors yet another reason to experience the city of Morro Bay. The freshly caught seafood and made-from-scratch plates will leave your mouth watering, while the local ice cream and candy shops provide visitors with something sweet to finish off their meal.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Morro Bay?

The weather in Morro Bay is considered generally mild year-round; however, May through October offers pleasant, warm temperatures with limited rainfall and various events scheduled. The Waterfront Market runs on Saturdays and Sundays from June to October, offering various items including candles, bath and body products, knitted goods, jewelry, locally-made snacks, and drinks. A popular September celebration features local food, drinks, live entertainment, dancing, arts, and crafts, making this a wonderful time for visitors to look for vacation rentals in Morro Bay. While the temperature is slightly cooler in April, it’s a great time to see the area’s rolling hills, which are normally golden brown, turn green.


What are the top things to do in Morro Bay?

Morro Rock

The Morro Rock, a 576-foot tall volcanic plug at the entrance of the Morro Bay Harbor, is the city’s most famous landmark. While the rock can be seen from anywhere in Morro Bay, getting up close provides an entirely different view of the jagged volcanic surfaces and the fine sand at the base. Falcons are commonly seen up above, while otters can be seen in the water surrounding the rock.

The Embarcadero

The Morro Bay Embarcadero is a waterfront strip lined with shops and restaurants. The strip features numerous clothing boutiques, art galleries, surf shops, souvenir shops, and candy stores. Many of the restaurants have outdoor patio seating, allowing customers to enjoy the salty air and the sound of the water below while dining on the wide variety of fresh seafood. In addition to the shopping and dining, there are kayak, boating, and scuba diving experiences at the Embarcadero.

Morro Bay State Park

The Morro Bay State Park provides opportunities to boat, canoe, hike, and even golf. Numerous picnic tables are located throughout the park, giving visitors a place to sit and enjoy the serene atmosphere. The Museum of Natural History is also located in the park and provides activities for all age groups, including hand-on displays, exhibits, lectures, puppet shows, and videos.