A short walk from the water’s edge, the Sea Otter Inn is a cozy haven for travelers exploring the Central Coast. All rooms offer a fireplace and a warm country style, and many offer whirlpool tubs and ocean views.
Cambria Pines Lodge, Burton Dr., 927-4200
Hamlet at Moonstone gardens Hwy 1, just north of town 927-3535
Molly's Coffee Den, Main St., 927-8941
West End Bar & Grill, Main St., 927-5521
Pewter Plough Playhouse
an Evening or a Matinees Show in this historical, quaint, cozy,
theater. Celebrating 18 years of stage production. For tickets and/or
schedule of upcoming performances, call (805)-927-3877 or write to P.O.
Box 1776, Cambria CA, 93428. The theater is located at 828 Main Street,
West Village, Cambria.
moonstones, shells, California jade and other semiprecious stones from
the mouth of Santa Rosa Creek north to San Simeon.
Nit Wit Ridge
found-material mansion you won't believe. Built by Art Beale, known as
"Captain Nit Wit" and "Doctor Tinkerpaw". Designated as an Historical
Monument and National Folk Art. On Hillcrest Drive north of Main Street
in West Village.
Old Cambria Jail House
Located next to Allied Arts Schoolhouse Gallery on Main Street.
Day Use Parks
Cambria, Leffingwell Landing, at the north end of Moonstone Beach
Drive, offers magnificent coastline views, picnic tables, restrooms,
beach access, Shamel Park, adjacent to Moonstone Beach on Windsor ,has a
large, protected grassy area, playground, horse shoe pit, and BBQ's for
day use. Swimming pool open in Summer. In San Simeon Cove, William R.
Hearst State Beach has a wide sandy beach , picnic areas, and year round
William R Hearst State Beach, just
seven miles north or Cambria, has pier fishing and fishing party boats
available for full or half-day trips. Winter Whale watching excursions
are also available. Fishing licenses available. Rock and surf fishing is
permitted along Moonstone Beach at various locations.