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SEE & Do near Cambria Palms Inn

The Cambria Chamber of Commerce has a lot of information about what to do around town. But we wanted to include some information about our favorite vineyards and other things to do below.

Hearst Castle: Located just a few miles north is the magnificent estate of Hearst Castle. Learn more history about William Randolph Hearst and his architect Julia Morgan at www.hearstcastle.org, or call for tour reservations (800) 444-4445

Elephant Seals:  Visit the famed Elephant Seals, seven miles north of San Simeon on Highway 1. This is home to about 15,000 animals. The area is open for viewing every day of the year and there is no admission fee or reservation required. For more information go to www.elephantseal.org

Massage:  Looking for a professional, convenient massage? Here are two local practitioners::

Rita Benavides (805) 909-1239 Cambria Massage Therapy
Karen “Tamar” Pearl (805) 215-0990, (805) 927-3564

Horseback Riding Experience a trail ride through a working cattle ranch. Enjoy stunning mountain and ocean views as you ride through land that is accessible only from this exclusive private ranch. For more information call (805) 286-8772

Wine Tours:  Visit our friends at BreakAway Tours to schedule a Vino filled day of catered wine tasting. They are the best at creating customized tours of the Central Coasts best Vineyards and Wineries. For Tours call Jill Tweedie at (805) 783-2929 or (805) 799-7657 – www.breakaway-tours.com

COVID-19 Safety

Dear Guest, Thank you for your business during these difficult times. In an effort to protect the safety of our guests and staff we have made the following changes. For stays that are longer than one night there will be NO ROOM SERVICE. However, we will offer a towel exchange in which guests can have used towels replaced with fresh towels. In addition, the use of face coverings are required in public areas of the premises such as the lobby and towel room. Lastly we have also updated our sanitation efforts in our rooms as well. We hope to return to normal operations when safe to do so, until then we thank you for patronage in these uncertain times.

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