Where the mainland meets the western ocean means amazing beaches, endless sand dunes and outstanding attractions. Legendary wineries, mouth-watering seafood all leading up to the Last Frontier. The Pacific Coast calls to you.
Welcome to Pacific Coast
The breathtaking Pacific Coast stretches more than 1,000 miles along the western edge of the United States, providing ample room for varying towns and terrain. The laid-back coastal charm of pristine beaches is balanced out by spacious vineyards and national parks. Whether you are looking to visit a Pacific Coast bed and breakfast for romance or leisure, you’ll find that a stay anywhere along the shoreline is the perfect getaway.
Things to See & Do
Made up of California, Oregon, and Washington, the Pacific Coast offers everything you could ever imagine. If you’re looking to see as many sights as possible, cruise down State Route 1, also known as the Pacific Coast Highway, for sweeping views and multiple attractions. In the southern portion, you’ll find classic beach towns like Huntington Beach and the bustling city of Los Angeles. As you travel up the coast, you’ll pass through Napa Valley for delicious wines before reaching Northern California. Here, you will want to see the iconic redwood forests and the Golden Gate Bridge.
On the Washington and Oregon coast, you’ll find lush national forests as well as beaches with dark sands and interesting rock formations. Lighthouses dot the shoreline, and excellent outdoor adventure awaits. With a coastline that is best described as rugged and wild, the towns on the shores of these states are small and scattered.
Where to Eat & Drink
Whenever you are on the coast, you can be sure that fresh seafood will be found at nearly every restaurant you visit. From fish tacos to crab cakes, it’s a seafood lover’s dream! Foodies constantly flock to the city of Los Angeles for its interesting cuisines. With more than 8,000 eateries in this city alone, you’ll find every type of food imaginable. The Pacific Coast is also home to some of the best wineries and breweries in the country. Napa Valley is known worldwide as a premium wine-growing region, but there are also vineyards found up the entire coast of Oregon and Washington. Don’t be afraid to ask your innkeepers at your Pacific Coast bed and breakfast for recommendations!
Best Time to Visit
The best time to stay at a Pacific Coast bed and breakfast will depend on where you are looking to go. Southern California experiences warm weather year-round, so if you’re considering a beach getaway, this is the place for you! As you travel further up the western seaboard, all four seasons occur throughout the year. Because of the northern location of Oregon and Washington, you’ll experience cooler temperatures year-round and snow in the winter. However, you shouldn’t let that deter you! This opens up the perfect opportunity for snow activities like snowmobiling, skiing, and more.
Where to Stay
Which Pacific Coast bed and breakfast should you choose? That’s up to you! You can always browse through Select Registry properties to find the perfect spot. Whether you are looking for a leisurely vacation in Wine Country or an adventurous stay in Washington, there’s a property for you. With gorgeous architecture, ocean views, and historic appeal, each bed and breakfast offers a unique way to experience the area.