The Surfs Inn was inspired by the beautiful beaches nearby, from craggy coastline to smooth sand. Whether you prefer beach combing, surfing, or a leisurely walk as the sun slowly sets over crashing Pacific waves, you’ve come to the right place.
Water, coffee, and tea available in lobby when open.
Free WiFi in every cabin. (Password given at check-in.)
A spacious front porch features rustic seating with ottoman and table, and a free private parking spot is conveniently located right next to each cabin.
A cozy gas-powered fireplace surrounded in serene river rock serves as a focal point for quiet evenings in. A sleek modern kitchen features a granite or quartz countertop, large farmhouse sink, and luxury soft-close cabinets stocked with dishes, glassware, utensils, silverware, and kitchen linens. An apartment-sized fridge, small coffee pot, toaster, and microwave, as well as an induction cooktop (works with provided induction cookware only), make cooking a breeze, whether your stay is just for the night or for an extended time. (Limited availability upon request: blender, smoothie maker, crock pot, French press, 12-cup coffee maker.)
Each cabin has a roomy closet and an iron and ironing board on hand. (A separate coin-op laundromat is conveniently located right next door to the Inns.) Premium bed linens and towels are provided, as well as eco-friendly cruelty-free toiletries, and an in-room safe with your personal code. Extra blankets and pillows are available upon request. (Limited availability upon request: portable crib, roll-away bed, portable high chair.)
Alarm clock, hair dryer, telephone, standard outlets, and 3-port USB charger are provided. A flat-screen television with Direct TV package is standard, and a curated library of books and games are available to sign out upon request.
Inspired by breathtaking local beaches and beachcombing treasures.
Starting at $196 per night.
at a glance
Two Queen Beds
Bathroom with Tub & Shower
50″ Flat Screen TV with Cable
- 430 sq. ft. studio cabin
- Spray-soaked driftwood and Pacific Ocean dreams.