Registered historic 1873 Greek Revival home lovingly restored,nestled in the heart of the quaint village of Cambria. Known for warm hospitality and great food. Decorated with beautiful fabrics and wall coverings and furnished with period antiques. Nine rooms each with private bath and fireplace. Butterfly and herb gardens and a 125 year-old redwood graces the front yard. Sunny rear porch and gathering room overlook the Santa Rosa Creek. Award winning gourmet breakfast served in dining area; complimentary wine and delicious afternoon hors d'oeuvres, a great way to meet fellow guests. Massage offered on-site. We are walking distance to the antique shops, art galleries, gift shops, and fine restaurants. We are eight miles south of Hearst Castle and near the Central California vineyards, reknown for their fine wines. Walk along Moonstone Beach and enjoy a California sunset or see the otters and sea lions.
5 on January 19, 2015
We absolutely loved our stay at the Olallieberry Inn! We were greeted warmly every morning by the staff. The attention to detail in the room and the inn is excellent; the breakfasts are absolutely delicious; and they serve wine, coffee, or tea with appetizers in the evening. We will stay again soon!
3.6 on January 18, 2015
This historic property puts you in the context of the long history of Cambria. The old town section, including Linn's, is within walking distance. We had the Creekside Suite and loved the space, furniture and gas fireplace. We slept well on the comfortable bed. Breakfast was delicious, with choices of foods. We would stay in Olallieberry Inn again.
4.0 on January 18, 2015
very nice and charmful accomodation - very warm welcome in a Family athmosphere - we will come back!
5 on January 17, 2015
My review is in The Three Tomatoes LA Life weekly e-newsletter. I don't write about anything unless I love it. http://www.thethreetomatoes.com/LAEvents2015/2015-1.html
4.0 on January 16, 2015
We had a great time visiting Cambria and staying at this awesome bed and breakfast. This was a first for us and would totally come back. The breakfast was great and meeting new people was fun also. I highly reccomend you stay!!!
4.8 on January 12, 2015
Our stay was wonderful! I rated the room (the Harmony room) a 4 because the head of the bed is at an downhill angle. I suffer from headaches and it seems sleeping with my head at a downhill angle led to a migraine. The following night my wife and I flipped around and just slept with our heads at the foot of the bed. Perhaps a couple of blocks a couple inches high under the head of the bed would do the trick. However, I will also say that we very much enjoyed the breakfasts and social wine hour. Cambria is a sweet town and we couldn't have asked for more. Thank you!
4.6 on January 02, 2015
The inn was recommended to us by a friend and we were not disappointed. Our room was spacious and comfortable. The inn itself is nestled in a quiet area but within walking distance of the main shops. The breakfasts were fantastic and the wine and hors d-oeuvres in the evening was a perfect touch!
5 on January 01, 2015
We have been staying at the Inn every year since 2000. We couldn't be more pleased with everything about the inn. We are always welcomed like family to wonderful accommodations and wonderful breakfasts. And don't miss the appetizers in the evening before you head off to dinner. If you are staying in Cambria, this is the place!
3.8 on December 04, 2014
Great experience for a first time at a B&B. Small, historic, close to everything; the Olallieberry Inn had a friendly staff and a delicious breakfast. Will be back in the future.
3.8 on November 09, 2014
I was travelling alone (I am a woman) up/down Rt 1 and chose to stop in Cambria for the night. I stayed in the Harmony Room. I was late getting there and someone on staff left my entrance/room/key instructions on the front door. The Harmony room was quite nice. Very clean. Nice mattress. After a long day of driving, it was nice to rest. I felt safe there. The Harmony room has a private restroom in the hallway. It's fine and you can lock your belongings in that restroom. The staff was gracious. The breakfast was wonderful. We had pumpkin pancakes, cooked pears and walnuts and wonderful scrambled eggs. The coffee was quite nice. My room (with tax) was around $170. I think the rate was a bite high. If you are unable to climb stairs, be sure to request a room on the first floor, as the house has a steep flight of steps leading upstairs. I was there in late October, but suspect that the patio and gardens are quite lovely during the spring and summer. A really nice place to enjoy your morning coffee or late afternoon wine. The Olallieberry Inn is in walking distance to most of the restaurants and shops. Cambria is a nice place to visit in October, as the town celebrates their Scare Crow Exhibit - where local shop owners display scare crows in front of their shops.
On the second floor of the cottage, queen bed, fireplace, and in-room bathroom
On the first floor of the main house with king bed,fireplace, and large, in-room bathroom.
Upstairs in the main house, with a king bed, fireplace and a private detached bathroom across the hall. Robes provided.
On the second floor of the main house with queen bed, fireplace, and inroom bathroom with a large antique tub for 2, no shower.
Upstairs in the main house with a king bed, fireplace, and a private bathroom across the hall (robes provided).
On the first floor of the main house with king bed, fireplace, in-room bathroom
On the first floor of the main house with queen bed, fireplace; private bath down the hall thru gathering room (robes provided).
Spacious suite with king bed, sitting area with sofa that folds out into queen bed,fireplace, and private balcony that overlooks the creek.
On the second floor of the cottage; king bed with beautiful mahogany headborad, fireplace, private balcony that overlooks the creek.
in East Village of Cambria, Small town, Wine country
Santa Barbara, CA (SBA) 120 miles
North Highway 1 - exit first Cambria exit; turns into Main Street. Located on left at beginning of East Village. South Highway 1 - Exit first Cambria exit. Follow Main Street through West and East Villages. Located on right at end of East Village.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Elephant seal rookery, Hearst Castle 6 mi North, Pacific Coast, Cambria village, Hiking trails, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
CD player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, On-site massage, Cooking Classes, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Diet