The Shelter Cove Oceanfront Inn located on the northern California lost coast, Shelter Cove California and provides oceanfront lodging rooms and suites. Oceanfront Inn location has tidepools, beaches, fishing, boating, surfing and the Shelter Cove Restaurant.
The Oceanfront Inn is situated directly on the Pacific Ocean Lost Coast in Shelter Cove, CA. All Rooms and Suites have unobstructed ocean views from private balconies.
Explore the awesome Beach at the Shelter Cove Oceanfront Inn. Pristine tide pools, the sound and smell of the Pacific Ocean, lay in the sun, collect shells, hike, enjoy!!!
All oceanfront rooms and suites have private balconies/decks overlooking ocean, surf is 20 feet from the building…. enjoy the sights and sounds of the ocean from your own private world!!! The “Captains Quarters” Jacuzzi rooms are fantastic.
The best place to go to the beach is in California. The sun is shining brightly most of the year. The beach is full of beautiful, white sand that you can sink your toes into and lay back on and catch some rays. You can watch your kids have the time of their lives running away from the waves, building sand castles, and just running around enjoying themselves.
In the northern parts of the state, you will most likely not be swimming, but rather taking some awesome photographs, seeing fantastic sites, and otherwise enjoying the wonderful scenery. Unlike the crowded beaches in the major metropolitan areas of California, northern beaches have tons of wildlife, animals and birds that are living in their natural habitat. This is great for kids to see, and they will definitely enjoy it. Do you love to surf? Beaches in the middle of the state of California are great for people who love surfing. The waves will crash into the shores, allowing you to get some great exercise and to learn a new sport, or to even watch the pros ride the waves like roller coasters. You can also enjoy scuba diving, para sailing, fishing, and rock-climbing. These beaches are cooler than the others because of the fog, but the fog is usually cleared up by the afternoon. There is also tons of wildlife on the Central beaches including whales and sea otters. While in Southern California, you can enjoy some of the most popular (and surprisingly, some of the most private) beaches in all of the state. If you enjoy many people on the beach to get to know, or to have fun people-watching, then you are in heaven. Southern beaches are also the home of many celebrities. While the other parts of the state are known for their beautiful photographic opportunities, but you could unleash your inner paparazzi and maybe catch some rare photos of celebrities.