About this listing
Half way LA - San Fran on hwy1
Gorgeous Guadalupe vintage town , shuts down at sunset, best to eat prior to arrival.
The Guadalupe Dunes are listed in The Nature Conservancy Book
Heart of the Land..Essays on Last Great Places
check in 6pm
Peaceful neighborhood, room with double bed, magnificent dunes at end of our road! Small children welcome in room and I have a sleep pad
Guadalupe closes at sundown...best to eat prior to arrival
Guests are welcome to the living area/gardens
Check in 6pm-dawn☺️
Interaction with Guests
I am home to welcome you, late arrivals are aok,
Enjoy granola, coffee/tea, fruit for breakfast.
Beautiful nature conservancy beach west of my home plus free!
Also just north of town is OSo Flaco preserve, to walk across a lake and then boardwalk to the beach.
Arriving from North
Thursday nite farmers market in San Luis Obispo
Exit 101 at Avila Beach for friday nite live music
Sycamour Springs for a hot tub rental/ avila hot springs
or Exit Pismo and enjoy the pier and Splash CAfe,
then follow one south to
22nd street in Oceano , go west on 22nd to PAcific Dunes Campground
gorgeous dunes to do summersaults!
Arriving from south;
LA, to Santa Monica to MAibu, then 101 north to Santa BArbara
154 from Santa BArbara in 40 minutes joins
101 north take first exit Los Alamos
enjoy wine/beer tasting at Casa Dumetz
then follow 135 to hwy 1 and Guadalupe
Other Things to Note
Net gear 81/heavychair743
I have Guide dog for blind in training til Jan 2016
no pets til Jan 2016
Three night maximum rental
No dogs . Home cat free
Leave key in clay pot, shoes on porch Thks
Arrival 6pm til dawn☺️
My boyfriend and I stayed with Anne on our way up the coast. Anne was very friendly and welcoming. Loved her friendly dog. The house was nice. It was a great place for us to stay on our way to San Francisco. She provided yogurt, granola, fruit, and coffee in the morning. I have to say....the mattress was surprisingly hard with palpable springs, however, we slept very well despite. I would stay again if passing through.
Anne is an excellent host, very professional and well organized. We arrived quite late so she wasn't at home, but we knew exactly what to do because Anne left us notes. She also gave us great tips on what to see on our way to San Francisco. The house was very clean and just as advertised. We highly recommend staying there!
Beautiful and comfortable place! And it is so great to meet Anne.Hope that I could be here again!
Ann was very welcoming and so helpful in sharing the best places to visit in the surrounding area. She also gave us a lovely breakfast and the mints on the pillow were a nice touch.
We needed a cheap place to stay last minute. The host was friendly, welcoming, and was able to accommodate our last minute situation. The room was just as described. She even has brand new toiletries if you didn't have them.
It was as described , very friendly and she gave us a good tips to our next destination !
Although we came late and left early, Anne was very helpful and responsive over text and messages. She was very accommodating about our arrival time. The descriptions were very accurate and she recommended some great places to see and places to eat.
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About the Host, Anne
I am a gypsy who enjoys traveling and welcoming travelers! I have volunteered and lived in Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica, South Africa, Uganda and been involved in peace and social justice work all of my life.
Guadalupe is vintage California and listed in Heart of the Land by the Nature Conservancy as one of the last great places.
I have been a member of Servas since 1970, an international peace group, tAlso host warmshowers where I welcome cyclists traveling around the world. Come treasure Guadalupe !.