The Casitas Of Arroyo Grande35.15774, -120.53682
The Casitas Of Arroyo Grande Bed & Breakfast offers a central location in a beach area of Arroyo Grande.
This unique property is approximately 20 minutes walk from the center of Arroyo Grande. A 55-minute drive will take guests to Solvang.
Bishop Peak is 22 km from the hotel and Price Historical Park is about 10 km away.
The Casitas Of Arroyo Grande Bed & Breakfast is set 15 km from San Luis County Regional airport.
Individual rooms at The Casitas Of Arroyo Grande Bed & Breakfast are equipped with satellite TV, climate control, a private safe, a storage space and a writing table. Some rooms overlook the garden. They are furnished with an adobe-style décor.
Eat & Drink
Guests can have breakfast in the patio every morning.
The Casitas Of Arroyo Grande Bed & Breakfast provides guests with housekeeping, ironing service and tour/ticket assistance.
A seasonal outdoor pool and a sundeck are offered on site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
On-site car park
Seasonal outdoor pool
VIP check-in/ -out
- In-room breakfast
- Special diet menus
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- CD player
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
1 King-size bed
Ver friendly hosts and a quiet, relaxing getaway. Would stay again.
Beautiful facility and views of the coastal mountains.
The above, and knowing Rochelle.........and enjoying her gourmet cooking!
This is a beautiful and well-maintained b & b in the country outside the small town of Arroyo Grande, in Central Coast wine country near the beaches and perhaps half-way between the Bay Area and la - excellent stop during a trip down the coast (quite handy to Highway 1 / Pacific Coast Highway). It is not a hotel. The owners / operators plan to add some rooms. It is a very quiet location and a great home-cooked breakfast is included.
As this is in the country and a b & b one must go into town for dinner, and Arroyo Grande itself has no gourmet options that we could locate - one would have to go perhaps to San Luis or at least Pismo for that, and we prefer not to drink and drive ("Gourmet" in wine country includes the latter!). But knowing this in advance made it fine.