With a full spa and unmatched views midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco the Inn at Morro Bay delights our guests. This 98-room inn on two floors features ocean views from public areas the on-site restaurant and most guest rooms. All rooms have cable TVs and free Wi-Fi mini-fridges coffeemakers and plenty of space to stretch out and get comfortable. Decor is clean and modern. Some rooms have fireplaces balconies or patios and jetted tubs. Non-smoking rooms can be requested. The charming lobby and restaurant are done in French country decor and the on-site lounge is a perfect spot to meet with other guests sip a cocktail and hear some live music. After a day of driving touring wineries or working the outdoor pool hot tub and the bay itself provide relaxation and ways to stay fit. A full menu of spa services is available. Parking is free and pets are welcome with some restrictions. The Inn at Morro Bay is on the grounds of the 4000-acre Morro Bay State Park. The inn overlooks Morro Rock and is next to a bird sanctuary and estuary. The Museum of Natural History is half a mile from the inn. Morro Bay Golf Course is a quarter-mile and the Hearst Castle is less than an hour away. San Luis Obispo is 20 minutes and San Luis Obispo's McChesney Field Airport is 18 miles from the inn.
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