This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Sea Ranch Travel Tips
Escape the Hustle and Bustle and Relax and Recharge in Sea Ranch Vacation Rentals
Visit Sea Ranch in your North California Coast travel. This tiny coastal town is the perfect place to escape to. Here you can enjoy miles of beach access along the famous Pacific Coast Highway, State Route 1. Sea Ranch is an unincorporated community in the popular wine producing county of Sonoma. This northern California coastal destination is well known for its unique architecture, which includes simple timber-frame structures with wooden siding and shingles, many of which are available as Sea Ranch vacation rentals. Sea Ranch is home to less than 800 residents and is a great retreat away from the noise of the city for reflection, relaxation and meditation.
Sea Ranch California is Just a Hop, a Skip and a Jump Away from the Bay Area
Sea Ranch lodging is only a short drive of about 100 miles north of San Francisco along the northern California coastline and 120 miles west of Sacramento. This coastal town is located along the famous State Route 1, which makes the drive up there from the Bay Area a pleasure, offering breath-taking ocean views and miles of steep cliff hugging travel above rocky beaches. Sea Ranch is a great place for a long weekend getaway from the Bay Area or the Sacramento Valley.
Access Six Sonoma County Parks from a Vacation Home in Sea Ranch
Sea Ranch vacation rentals offer close access to six beach-access parks along State Route 1. These parks include Black Point, Gualala Point Regional, Pebble Beach, Shell Beach, Stengel Beach, and Walk On Beach. There are quite a few vacation homes available in Sea Ranch that can offer stellar amenities including hot tubs, ocean views, saunas, sound systems, fire places, washers and dryers, and gourmet kitchens. Sea Ranch lodging is also only a short walk away from the pacific ocean shoreline, county parks, public lands, and hiking trails.