Sea Air Inn
Address: 845 Morro Avenue, Morro Bay (California), United States
This Morro Bay inn is located a block from Embarcadero Street, which features shopping, dining and waterfront access. The motel offers free parking and free Wi-Fi in every room.The Sea Air Inn rooms include a coffee maker. The rooms are equipped with air conditioning and cable TV.The Sea Air provides guests with a breakfast and newspapers are available.The Sea Air Inn is one mile from Morro Bay State Park, which features a beach. The inn is 20 miles from the Hearst Castle, a museum.
|• Parking (fee required)||• Newspapers|
|• Terrace||• Non-Smoking Rooms|
|• Family Rooms||• Free Parking|
|• Express Check-In/Check-Out||• Soundproofed Rooms|
|• Heating||• Luggage Storage|
|• Shops in Hotel||• All Public and Private Spaces Non-Smoking|
|• Room Service||• Barber/Beauty Shop|
|• Breakfast in the Room||• Internet Services|
|• Fax/Photocopying||• Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN|
|• Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included|
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Conveniently located within walking distance of Morro Beach. California Polytechnic State University, Hearst Castle, Mission Plaza, Morro Bay State Park, and Cuesta College are within minutes of this property and the San Luis County Regional Airport is approximately 18 miles. The 25-unit Sea Air Inn Morro Bay Inn offers all the comforts of home. Each guest room has been beautifully decorated and offers coffee and a complimentary Continental Breakfast is served daily. Choose from bakery-fresh breads, muffins and strussel, along with juices, coffee, and tea. Sea Air Inn Morro Bay is the ideal destination for travelers looking for comfort and simple elegance at affordable rates. Everything about lovely Morro Bay, California located on the Pacific Coast of California about half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles near Hearst Castle and the Big Sur Coast. Morro Bay is a working fishing village. Its famous landmark, Morro Rock, was named by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo when he first charted this coast during his 16th Century voyage of discovery. The town is a pleasant tourist destination which has very mild weather all year long. There is no such thing as traffic in Morro Bay, unless, of course, you count birds, sea mammals, and fish.