With so many things to do in San Luis Obispo, you’re going to need a place to stay. Whether you are just passing through, or making a weekend out of it, San Luis Obispo can fit your lodging needs. Stay at a B&B, a family lodge, a romantic getaway, or one of the many budget-friendly inns either in town, among the vines or closer to the beach.
Named one of the most romantic cities in America, to go along with best main street, best place to visit, best college town, friendliest and healthiest to name just a few, San Luis Obispo continues to garner attention for what locals are already well aware of.
William Randolph Hearst had the world to choose from and he decided to build his vacation home in San Luis Obispo County. That says something. The North Coast is also home to some of the best sea food and gorgeous views in the county.
With the sheer number of world class wineries and the growing number of gastrolounges and abundance of foodie fare in the North County, this is what you came here for. That is unless you came for the horse shows, bicycle rally, California Mid-State Fair or the copious other events.
Soaking up the sun on the beach or soaking in a mineral spring amongst the trees, hiking in acres of coastal open space or riding the miles of open sand dunes. Golfing. Shopping. Wine tasting. Cycling. Surfing. Kayaking. Should I continue?