Fully Refurbished. 2 Bedroom. 1 Bath. Sleeps 4. New Kitchen. Living, Diningroom.
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
We loved this house! Immaculate, cozy and very nicely appointed. Had everything you could need and a great location too!
Cozy and clean in the heart of SLO
Everything we loved in a vacation rental: clean, comfortable and walking distance to shops and restaurants. Additionally we admired how beautiful this property was. Charming bright details in decor and furnishings.
The Downtown House
Great house to stay in while visiting San Luis Obispo...house is clean. ..furnished very nice and was very cozy. The owner kept the period charm of the house.
Downtown house continues to perform.
This is our third year staying the Downtown house for the CubeSat workshop at cal poly and for the third year in a row it was an excellent relaxing stay. It is very likely we stay there again next year.
Comfortable and Great Location!
This property is very cute and comfortable. Plenty of space for 3 to 4 adults. Very well furnished kitchen, but with so many great restaurants within an easy walk, who’s cooking! I had to try a different coffee shop every morning! Even sat out on the front yard with a cocktail one night. Will definitely come back when I’m in town.
Nicely updated/maintained, quaint house.
Enjoyed the details of the house, keeping the updates to match the original built-ins. Nice to walk to and around town. Lots of street noise during the day especially with some march that started at a nearby park but otherwise quiet.
Here’s a few of our local favorites. All within walking distance.
Coffee: Blackhorse is the shortest walk. Go across Marsh. Left on Higuera, it’s on the left. Good local roast and brew. Scout Coffee is the hippest. Great owners. Friendly staff. Really like their cappuccinos and lattes and their pastries are amazing. Or try the Honey Bowl if coffee isn’t your thing. They are on Garden. Walk down Pacific about four blocks. Right on Garden. Cross Marsh Street and they are on the right. They just opened a brand new beautiful café on Foothill Blvd over by Cal Poly in the hip, renovated University Square shopping center. The Garden Street location is cozier and very walkable, but the new place is worth checking out. Sally Loos. You can do a full breakfast here as well. Good coffee and great Acai bowls. Walk down Pacific to Osos. Left on Osos. They are up the street about 4 blocks on the left. Another great option is Bello Mundo Café – Santa Rosa and left on Monterey towards Mission. A great cappuccino and typically a music event going on in evening. There are many other coffee shops downtown including Peets and Starbucks.
Breakfast: Sally Loos – see above. Del Monte Café: A little bit longer walk but not that far. Walk down Pacific. Cross Osos and make a left on Osos. Stay on right side. Go up about 4 blocks. Osos turns into Santa Barbara Street. Del Monte is on the right about 2 blocks further on Santa Barbara. Splash Café: Great breakfast tacos and burritos. Cross Marsh and take a left. Go down about 2 and half blocks. Past Morro street. Turn right at Chronic Tacos by Jamba Juice. Splash is past Starbucks on the right. Louisa’s Place: Been here forever. Huge omelets. Nothing fancy but always gets voted best breakfast. Walk down Santa Rosa to Higuera. Left on Higuera. Two blocks down on right. Just past Peets. Blue Sky Café: A little nicer ambience than Louisa’s. Good food. Walk down Pacific or Marsh about 5 blocks. Make a right on Broad. Blue Sky is between Marsh and Higuera on the left side of Broad.
Lunch: Firestone: Best tri-tip sandwiches. Great salads. Great burgers. This is a college kid, family hang out. Cross Marsh and make a left. Right on Osos. They are on the corner of Osos and Higuera. Follow your nose. Gus’s Grocery: Great sandwiches. Great crew. Great patio to hang out. Down Pacific. Left on Osos. A block past the park. By Starbucks on Marsh you will find Splash Café – good fish and chips, Chronic Taco and other decent lunch spots. Make a left on Higuera and there are Thai restaurants, The Habit Burger is on Higuera. Make a left on Chorro and Eureka Burgers is on the corner of Marsh and Chorro. Great burgers. High Street Deli – funny enough located on High Street. If you’re up for a nice walk through older SLO neighborhoods, it’s a nice 1 mile walk. I would head south on Buchon or Pismo and make a left on Carmel Street. You will run right into it. Nice garden patio and great sandwiches in an old market. Deep discounts after 4:20 every day.
Dinner & Drinks: Buona Tavola: Great Italian. Fresh fish. Great ambiance. Santa Rosa to Monterey and take a left. Granada: Hip outdoor or indoor dining. Menu is decent. Nice play to hang out. Down Pacific and make a right on Morro. It’s past Marsh Street on your right. Palazzo Giuseppe: Just reopened in a great location. Right on Monterey near the Mission. Old historic Sinsheimer Building. Right across from Williams Sonoma. Giuseppe’s is definitely on our favorite list. Good for casual – bar or patio dining or nicer ‘dining room’ dining. We typically split the California pizza or the local Morro Bay Sand Dabs. Novo: Another one of our go-to places. On Higuera Street between Garden and Broad. Sit out back by the creek. They have heaters if it’s a cool evening, but the setting is very nice and the food and drinks are good. I would describe it as American with a little Thai twist but that’s probably an under sell. Same owner has Luna Red (small plates) around the corner on Chorro. Nice outdoor patio there with Friday
late night music. SLO Brew just relocated and opened up on Higuera by Garden Street. They did a great job on this new location, and although known for craft brews and late night music, it is very family oriented for lunch and early dinner. Foremost Winebar: Owned by the owners of Tooth and Nail winery in Paso. Really nice restaurant. About the farthest walk but under a mile. Santa Rosa and make a left on Higuera. It’s down about 6 blocks. Past Nipomo street. Ciopinot: Tell Leonard the Bowin’s said hi. Great place and great seafood. No corkage fee. It’s right by Foremost, on Nipomo Street. Goshi’s Sushi: Best sushi in town – is back behind Ciopinot. Get there early if you don’t want a long wait. They will let you leave a phone number and you can walk around. Sidecar: Great Brussel sprouts. Great burger. Known for their cocktails. On Broad street. Walk down Pacific or Marsh. Right on Broad. They are on the left.