Quiet location but just a block from the main street, Orange Avenue, and close to Coronado Beach and Hotel del Coronado
All 17 guestrooms are individually designed
Colorful cruiser bikes for exploring the island
What To Know
There’s a free (and tasty) homemade breakfast and afternoon refreshment service daily, but no bar or restaurant
WiFi, breakfast and parking are included in the rate
Check-in is between 3 pm and 8.30 pm; arrival after 8.30 pm needs to be arranged in advance
Parking on site
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Romantic B&B near Coronado Beach with a turn-of-the-century style and homemade breakfast each morning
Dating from 1906, this petite B&B on Coronado Island has a traditional style but all the mod cons. The 17 guestrooms are individually designed with homey accents from the patterned throw pillows and fabric-shade table lamps to the dark wood dressers and framed photographs of local landmarks. Amenities vary from room to room, with gas fireplaces and deep soaking tubs in some, and private patios and wet bars in others, but all have private tile bathrooms with over-tub or standalone showers. Continental breakfast is served in the Arts and Crafts–style dining room each morning, with homemade specialties like carrot cake pancakes and baked eggs Florentine, plus cereals, toast and fruit. Snacks and soft drinks are served daily at 5 p.m. There’s no gym but guests receive a discount at the Gym in Coronado just across the street, or have access to the inn’s colorful cruiser bicycles for exploring the island.
In the Area
Just across the bay from San Diego, Coronado Island is a destination for beach time, surfing and watersports. Just two blocks from the inn, Glorietta Bay is set up with sail and powerboat rentals, and there’s a paved boardwalk for long strolls, which are especially romantic at sunset. Don’t miss a visit to the storied, 150-year-old Hotel del Coronado (ask about the $15, 75-minute tour) or borrow a bicycle and explore the island’s 15 miles of bike paths. Many of the island’s best restaurants are within a few blocks of the inn, so ask for a recommendation, or take your pick from the many eateries along Orange Avenue.