The SpaceBeach Getaway’s upstairs unit has a private deck that overlooks a sprawling lagoon and it's half a block to the beach. Close enough to carry surfboards or go for a brisk walk with the salty mist of the Pacific on your face. Perfect for shell collecting, also near entrance to drive cars on beach, close to Pismo, Butterfly sanctuary, Avila, and SLO, foggy most mornings, and sunny most afternoons. Breath taking sunsets over the Pacific. Deck is fenced, stairs are fenced and gated.
Inside has modern open floor plan. Style reflects the California hey-day of Milk Bottles and The Red Car.
Lounge around or drop everything and bolt out onto the beach and over to the dunes for a run. It might be a Saturday when the small airport is busy with biplane rides. You can wave at the planes from the deck, especially the yellow bi-plane that does breathtaking aerial stunts. It's a magical place. The Pacific Ocean is just west of you; the estuary is full of life and a resident Osprey fishes here. Resident ducks show up about 11:00, you can feed them. This is a beautiful place and breathtaking location. We can no longer accommodate dogs.
This beach is the last beach is Cali that allows cars, campers, and ATVs on it.
If you want to fly into town, we aren't far from the airport! We are in the flight path for the small planes that are most active on weekends. This beach is safe for walks, but watch for cars. Avila is the preferred beach for letting dogs off leash or delighting children.
The place has an open floor plan, approx. 1000 square foot and it’s a pole house. You walk past a bungalow where our friend Michelle lives; then open a gate, which seems like the end of the property, find the lockbox there and unlock the security door, go upstairs to the deck and enter the pole house from the private entrance on the pond side. You'll have Wi-Fi, a 32” Smart TV, but you can also take a break from electronics too. Aside from Michelle downstairs, there are no immediate neighbors. It's very secluded.
Adventurers can bring sand toys to ride at the beach! Have a fire on the beach, or barbecue on the deck... There's a hook up for adding air to tires downstairs. You'll be close to hiking trails, wine tasting, Avila Golf Resort, Pismo outlets, and most of all, sunsets, and sunrises, surf and sand. If you have a chance to go to Opolo, it's a lovely winery.
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Please refer to the Guidebook, as I have marked some favorite places. This house is a separate unit from the street facing beach bungalow. It's hard to even see from the street. We love the seclusion. It is well lit for safety, but you do feel very "away from it all". The place feels clean, fresh, eclectic, accommodating and inspiring.
Bring layers, especially a sweatshirt as temperatures can drop quickly, comfortable shoes too. You will hardly want to leave the deck, but you will because there is so much to see! Guest Access•Upstairs deck with estuary view, private entrance
•Queen size bed with fresh linens, new bed, and bed spread
•Complete bath tub/shower in unit with fresh towels
•Full kitchen with oven, refrigerator, drip coffee maker, microwave, kettle
•Comfortably furnished living room with pull out queen bed with new mattress
•Kitchen table for 4
•Board games, chess, checkers, etc.
•Breathtaking views, great location
•Full laundry downstairs
•Driveway Interaction with GuestsThis is a self check in house. We respect your privacy and try not to disturb guests. Please review the rules, don't smoke inside or leave kids unattended.
The key is in a lockbox on the premises and you will have a lot of privacy. The NeighborhoodIt's a beach neighborhood, some huge houses, some original bungalows, some vacant lots. Pismo is about a mile north, closest restaurant is Old Juana's Cantina. It is a 2 minute walk to the beach if you walk down Juanita and straight over the sand of the empty lot where Juanita meets the Strand. That big sandy area between the houses is where you walk to get back and forth to the beach. You'll want to look back to remember where it was you entered...
Also, we are along an estuary and there is wild life... raccoons, ducks, skunks, heron, lizards, garter snakes...
Wind carries sand, which can settle on things overnight, even through an open window.
We are located half way between LA and SF. The pole house is the only one in the area. You do not have to share the space with anyone. It is a self contained complete unit with a bathtub. (Be water wise)
Our mom was the prior owner. She was an antique milk bottle collector, A WWII Civil Air Patrol spotter, also into Airstreams. We have left a wall of her favorite California milk bottles. Other guests have left complete sets of sand toys and games. It's a great place and we love it. Getting AroundLocal bus a block away. Close to Grover Beach train station and close to Oceano Airport. You can get a taxi from there if you don't have a car. There are small stores nearby, ATV rentals, shops, about 1.5 miles from downtown Pismo. Walk out the door, turn left, and you are steps from the ocean. This is an escape. You'll want to return! Other Things to NoteThe beach is just a stroll away. Lots of wild life nearby. You can make day trips, then return for dinner and eat on the deck. Bring a cooler and chairs for your day trips. Definitely look up Butterfly Reserve, Montano de Oro, Sycamore Springs, Avila, Moonstone beach, or ask me about your special interests via email or text. Sometimes the internet works great, sometimes it doesn't. Contact me or Michelle if there are any concerns.
WATER CONSERVATION- we are in a severe drought and have restricted water usage. Please be mindful when doing dishes, showering, etc. Please, please be careful and not wasteful of water.
DOG OWNERS- many places nearby allow dogs on the patio. Avila has a dog off leash time period around 6 every night and a dog friendly beach area during the day.