About this listing
You got the whole 1,400 sqft house, larger space than a hotel, fresh towels/linens, free parking, free wifi, all utilities included and equipped kitchen. Why pay more?
Enjoy a private yard in the quiet beach community without the parking hassle.
Why choose to be cramped in the hotel? Not to mention the noises of other people slamming the doors or walking around upstairs. Do you really want to touch that unsanitized remote control?
Get this home away from home!
The 1,400 square foot newly remodeled three bedrooms two baths home has everything you need for your stay in Ventura.
Located near by 33 Hwy and 101 Fwy, this house is within 5 minutes driving to the beach as well as downtown Main St.
For less than 15 min you can reach Ojai, Oxnard and Carpinteria. Santa Barbara is only 35 miles away. Malibu is only 25 minutes away. LAX is 65 miles away.
The house features high-speed wireless Internet; hardwood floors and granite throughout; a kitchen for light cooking; and central heater.
Flat screen TVs in the master bedroom and living room with 24/7 Cable, Netflix, CNN Live, CBS News and other major Roku Programs.
The sunny master suite has a private en suite bathroom and measures a total of over 400sq ft--larger than most hotel rooms in Ventura!
You'll be able to comfortably sleep six in the three queen sized beds. Need more beds? There's a single futon bed and queen air mattress in the living room.
It's on a small street and the neighbors are quiet so if you're looking for a calm place to stay this is it.
The kitchen comes equipped with a stove, oven, sink, and plenty of storage. Pots and pans are available for light cooking.
You'll be enjoying the back yard on warm sunny days surrounded by trees and hill views.
The neighborhood is well kept, safe and quiet. You can walk around the neighborhood for Ventura sightseeing from the hills angle.
From my house, bus is conveniently available within 5 min walking distance. The Gold Coast Transit bus operated from 6 am to 9 pm daily (even weekend).
Bus Route Information
Route 6: Oxnard - Ventura - Main St (every 30 min)
Route 16: Downtown Ojai - Pacific View Mall (every 1 hour)
Please check Gold Coast Transit for bus schedule detail.
Gold Coast Transit provides fixed-route bus services in the cities of Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme and Ventura, and in the unincorporated County areas between the cities.
Ventura's location between the Los Padres National Forest and the Pacific Ocean, coupled with two of California's longest open flowing rivers, make for an ideal escape for outdoor adventure. Just off shore, the Channel Islands National Park is an all-natural playground for those interested in whale watching, hiking, camping, diving, kayaking through sea caves and walks led by naturalists.
The Ventura coast possesses its own vast stretches of beautiful, uncrowded beaches; popular surf spots; harbor cruises; a 13-mile coastal bikeway, as well as Ventura Harbor's festive shops, restaurants, family entertainment and the National Park Visitors Center. Meanwhile, Ventura's Historic Downtown Cultural District offers a mix of pleasing architectural styles in which you will find distinctive inns, boutiques, restaurants and antique shops.
Downtown also features an array of galleries, artisans and stage performances offering big talent in intimate settings. Historical highlights include Mission San Buenaventura, the Albinger Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Ventura County. City walking tours including the ever-popular "ghost hunts" are a popular activity. Discover a relaxed, eclectic and artsy side of California that you will not find elsewhere.
Ojai (OH-hi) is situated in a small, east-west valley about 15 miles from Ventura and the Pacific coast, surrounded by citrus groves, oak trees and the protective Santa Ynez Mountains. The town settles down into its valley like eggs into a bird's nest, giving credence to some people's contention that its name means "nest" in the Chumash Indian language.
If you've only got a day, take a leisurely stroll among the arcade shops and along the streets branching off from Ojai Avenue (which is also Hwy 150). You'll find art galleries, boutique clothing shops, several places to eat and the tasting room for Casa Barranca Winery, the first certified organic winery on the Central Coast.
For a little more active day, go horseback riding with Western Trail Rides or rent a bicycle from Bicycles of Ojai (108 Canada Street) and pedal the 16-mile paved path that runs from Ojai's Libbey Park all the way to the beach in Ventura.
You'll likely be done with Ojai after spending a full day there, so after breakfast on your second day, you'll have time for a leisurely drive home. Highway 150 going northwest toward Santa Barbara is a very scenic drive around Lake Casitas, through pastoral countryside and past avocado groves. From there, you could continue north on Hwy 192, skirting the eastern edge of Santa Barbara, then follow Hwy 154 north through the Santa Ynez Valley, connecting with US 101.
Take Hwy 150 the other direction and you'll climb to some scenic vista points overlooking the valley to Santa Paula, where you can take Hwy 126 back toward Ventura and points south or follow 126 the other way to I-5. Hwy 33 leads through the Los Padres National Forest and toward the Central Valley.
Whatever your passion, there's always something to do in Santa Barbara, which combines big city culture with backwoods outdoor adventures, all set off by a culinary tradition that puts its name and flavors on the lips of food and wine critics across the country.
Love the outdoors? Ride horses, wind or waves! Patron of the arts? Explore our galleries and year-round arts events. Shopping? Food? Wine? Wellness? Family fun? It's all here, to explore on your own or with guided tours, served up in a laid-back elegance that's distinctively Santa Barbara.
Founded by Danish-Americans in 1911, Solvang means Sunny Fields in Danish and has plenty of old-world charm and a definite Northern European feel (no passport required). Surrounded by the vineyards of the Santa Ynez Valley wine country, Solvang is a special gem in the heart of Santa Barbara County and California’s Central Coast.
No visit to Solvang is complete without enjoying a Danish favorite called aebleskiver–light and airy pancake balls (pronounced aye-bell-ski-ver). The name may lead you to believe there are apple slices inside—and in many places of Denmark, that is how they are served; but in Solvang, the tradition is aebleskiver dusted with powdered sugar and served with raspberry jam. Legend has it that when Vikings were roaming up and down the coasts of Europe they used their dented horn helmets and shields to cook their favorite pancakes—which turned out round!
The Chumash Casino Resort is located some 5 miles (8.0 km) to the east of Solvang in the Santa Ynez Indian Reservation near Santa Ynez. Opened in its present form in August 2003, the casino consists of a 94,000-square-feet (8,730 m2) gaming area with slot machines and table games. A 106-room hotel and spa opened in July 2004. In 2006, the Casino estimated that there were (phone number hidden) visitors to the Casino and 34,049 guests in the hotel, nearly all of them from Southern California.
Other Things to Note
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No smoking in the house or around the property.
No unauthorized guest(s).
Absolutely NO pet(s).
No garage access.
Ventura and surrounding area are ecologically and environmentally conscious so please switch off lights, use water wisely, recycle, etc.
This is a quiet neighborhood, no partying ever allowed. Loud music is not tolerated. Keep the noises level low to be considerate to the others.
From Jun 1 - Aug 31, 2016 the minimum stay is 4 nights.
Ventura is the place I call home, I came into that conclusion after traveling to many places. Great place for singles, couples and groups. Short drive to everywhere, beach life, close knitted neighborhood and small town. You also can't beat the sunny and warm weather all year, averaged at 70 F.
Hotel phobia has caused me to decide to rent part of my place out. Clean towels, beds and pillows smell way nicer than the benefit of the doubt. The ability to use kitchen freely without to pay an extra bucks is also something.
I keep a very clean and well appointed home. I'm the kind of Host that always available by phone or email for all my guests. Feel free to send me a message and I'll respond right away.
When I'm not playing Host, I work as a civil engineer and a good family man. I tend to keep busy. I love traveling, and visited many places with my wife.
If this is your first time, or millionth time, visiting Ventura, you can't find a better place to stay.
Looking forward to hosting you on your travels.