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Recent Santa Barbara Area reviews

  • Fabulous week in the Montecito Foothills!

    "We recently returned " home " to Santa Barbara/Montecito for a week and stayed at this beautiful home. The views are spectacular - amazing ocean and mountain vistas for all day outdoor living. The property is private and fairly secluded but close to Montecito's Upper Village, and the charming town of Summerland. It's a short 10-15 minute drive to downtown Santa Barbara. The house is supremely comfortable and well provisioned and maintained. There are tons of toys, games and videos for the kids. We will be back!"
    Guest: Naomi D. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Katie's Review

    "Just wanted to leave a comment that this property is absolutely wonderful. Tranquil setting and in a nice, quiet neighborhood. The decor an amenities are top notch! This place is completely stocked and has every and any item you could possibly need for your stay. I would definitely recommend this to friends and stay here again. The owners were also very hospitable and helpful. (I wish it were mine) :)"
    Guest: Katie Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: February 20, 2015
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  • Perfect stay

    "We had a problem with maintenance at our arrival, but after a phone call to Sunny, she arrived immediately and took care of it. The unit was a very pleasant surprise and we enjoyed our stay, we loved the location and the parking was a nice bonus. Walking distance to State Street but not too close as to be bothered by the noise. Overall ... great place, bring some supplies like kitchen towels, tissue paper, table cloth (dining room table top is glass) I would like to see the comforter replaced as it is stained and new pillows (same issue) or at least cover them with pillow case protectors ... there are plenty of towels and the bathroom shower is great, loved the sink and the 1/2 bath downstairs. Stairs are pretty steep, I would not recommend this for people with difficulties walking, but this is a great place for a romantic get away or an active couple who wants to leave the car behind. You can book with confidence ... emails and phone calls are answered promptly and security deposit returned within 48 hours. I definitely will consider booking again on our next trip to Santa Barbara"
    Guest: Nithoma Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 7, 2014
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  • Terrific girls' getaway

    "Perfect location and lovely, comfortable home with lots of space for our long weekend. Walked everywhere. Wish we could have stayed longer."
    Guest: Louwho Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 14, 2015
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Santa Barbara Area Travel Tips

The Santa Barbara area of California encompasses the sunny cities of Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, Goleta, Hope Ranch, Montecito and Summerland. This portion of the state is situated in the southern half and is full of exciting attractions, natural sights to explore and delicious cuisine to dine on. This area is nearby some stunning natural beauty like the Santa Ynez, San Rafael and the Sierra Madre mountain ranges.

The cities in the area are known for unique Mission-style architecture as well as a variety of beaches where you can relax in the sand, catch a fish, try your hand at surfing or hop in the water for a refreshing swim.

Things to Do

- Los Padres National Forest: In Goleta, nature and outdoor lovers will enjoy a visit the Los Padres National Forest. As you explore through the vegetation, keep your eye out for the local wildlife like California condors, peregrine falcons, California mule deer and more. There are more 1,257 miles of trails you can use for a thrilling hike through the forest. You'll also find some beaches here, so if it's a nice day take some time to enjoy the warmth of the sun as you gaze across the water.

- Carpinteria Valley Museum of History: Step back into the city's past at the Carpinteria Valley Museum of History. An array of unique exhibits features displays on the three main cultures that have called this area home: the Chumash people, Spanish and Mexican settlers and pioneers. Admission is free, though there's a suggested donation of $2 for adults and $1 for children, so it's a budget-friendly outing. You'll see photographs, artifacts and more left my former inhabitants.

- El Fureidis: While you're in Montecito, visit El Fureidis, Little Paradise or Pleasure Gardens - depending on how it's translated. It's a 10,000 square foot historic estate built in 1906. El Fureidis was originally called the James Waldron Gillespie Estate after the original owner. It's one of only five homes designed by American architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue. The estate has been featured in a variety of postcards due to the beautiful Persian gardens and unique and stunning design.

- Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum: If you're a lover of all things literary, you won't want to miss out on Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum in Santa Barbara. It houses a collection of historical documents and manuscripts. The archives include works in literature, science, history, art and religion. Some of the artifacts include the original draft of the Bill of Rights, the original manuscript of "The Wedding March," Einstein's E = Mc2 formula, the "Thanksgiving Proclamation" signed by President George Washington, Webster's dictionary, Roget's Thesaurus and more than a million more rarities.

- Summerland Beach':' - Summerland Beach is a delightful strip of shore that's not usually too crowded, so you won't have to worry about fighting for a spot in the sand. Watch horseback riders mosey through the surf as you stretch out on your beach towel with a good book or dive into the sand and construct a brilliant sandcastle. This beach is popular among dog owners as well, so you can watch happy pooches playing with their owners and fetching balls out of the water.

- Rincon Beach: Rincon Beach is another excellent option in Carpinteria for spending a day in the sand and surf. It's a top spot for surfers, so you're sure to be treated to a show watching them catch the perfect wave. Relax and enjoy the warmth of the sun as you work on your tan or join the surfers in the water for a refreshing dip.

Shopping and Dining

- Camino Real Marketplace: If you're looking to shop in Goleta, head to Camino Real Marketplace where you'll find everything from large retail stores to smaller boutique shops and everything in between. It's a great spot to do a little retail therapy and pick up some exciting souvenirs to remember your trip. There are also a variety of dining opportunities here, so feel free to stop and refuel with a delicious meal. If you're looking to beat the heat, there's also a state-of-the-art theater.

- Summerland Beach Cafe: For one of the best breakfasts in the Santa Barbara area, head to Summerland Beach Cafe. There's plenty of charm and atmosphere housed in this 19th century Victorian home in addition to the delectable meals.Savor your breakfast or lunch indoors, out on the back patio with a wonderfully wooded backdrop or on the front porch as you gaze over downtown Summerland.

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