The Channel Road Inn: A Hint of History in Santa Monica, CA
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The Charm of the Victorian Era in California’s Famous Beach Resort Town: Santa Monica
The Channel Road Inn was built in 1910 by architect Frank T. Kegley. As a rare West Coast example of Colonial Revival architecture, the original owner was Thomas McCall. The site on Channel Road is not original to the house moved to its current location in 1977. But, its history was not always so rosy. The property was abandoned for years until with the encouragement of the local historical societies, the house was lovingly restored. Its new life as a bed and breakfast began in 1989.
Views of the Bluff over the Pacific Ocean are a short walk away from the hotel.
We are huge fans of the breakfast served in the INN (*included in your nightly rate) and the wine tasting that happens at the end of your great day at the beach or walk up the road to Santa Monica. A luxury SPA experience is built into the hotel’s amenities. Sporting includes Bicycles, Treks, Walking and Hiking.
The in-house spa has to be a dream for your stay: Relax, Renew and Rejuvenate.
The Inn is open and booking for the holidays. Booking@kaleidoskopetravel.com
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