Groupon: San Clemente Bed & Breakfast and Beach Properties
During this southern California getaway, guests can opt to cozy up in a room at Always Inn San Clemente Bed & Breakfast, or stay in a townhouse, studio, or room near the beach at the sister property, Always San Clemente Beach Rentals. Both properties are close to the beach, the famed San Clemente pier, downtown shops, restaurants, and art galleries. While the Pier does not have shops or art galleries, these can be located in the downtown area, close to the property. Each has a family concierge service that can help you set up picnics and candlelight dinners at the inn, restaurant reservations, or whale-watching excursions.
Always Inn San Clemente Bed & Breakfast
The friendly staff at the inn serve full breakfasts and spice up guest rooms with welcome baskets of Belgian chocolates and snacks. Rooms at the inn are only a few blocks from the pier and the heart of downtown San Clemente.
Lounge outdoors amid the inn's fragrant roses and gardenias, or warm up in front of a chimnea or fire pit.
Daily breakfast made with farm-to-market fresh ingredients.
Checkmate! Board games, books, and movies are available for guests to use.
Always San Clemente Beach Rentals
These homey townhouses are within walking distance of North Beach and Dije Beach, which is popular with surfers. Their location just a half mile from the San Clemente Metrolink stop makes them easy to reach even without a car.
Fully equipped kitchens are stocked with everything you need to cook and serve a meal.
Cook out on the patio's barbecue grill
Chimnea keep you warm beneath the stars on chilly nights
San Clemente, California: Laid-Back Coastal Town with Spanish Colonial Architecture
The laid-back town of San Clemente is set on the coast of Southern California, about halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego. The beach is known for having some of the best surfing in Orange County, but visitors don’t just come for the waves; there’s also a quaint pier and oceanfront eateries lining a palm-studded coastline. After a day of swimming or fishing, you can take advantage of pits set aside for sunset bonfires. San Clemente also has miles of biking trails, including some that wind through Camp Pendleton—the country’s largest Marine Corps base.
When San Clemente was founded in the 1920s, it was envisioned as a Spanish-style resort town. You can see some evidence of that plan in the red-tiled roofs crowning the shops and restaurants along Avenida Del Mar, the town’s main artery. Casa Romantica, the home of San Clemente’s founder, has been converted into a cultural center showcasing work by local artists.
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