Modern 1Bed/1Bath furnished beach cottage with private yard and entrance. New furniture, new queen bed, quartz counter tops in the kitchen, stainless steel appliances, huge fenced private yard, partial view of the bay from out front and views of the Sea World fireworks (seasonal)! Walking distance to restaurants, shopping, grocery, beach and bay!
Cozy out door living room and dining table. Inside the kitchen has a stainless steel gas range and side-by-side refrigerator with ice maker. It is full of your basic cooking needs with brand new dishes, cups, pots, pans, utensils, toaster oven, coffee maker, microwave and more! There is a TV with Blue Ray Player, WiFi, Chromecast but no cable. You can get 30 days free if you sign up for a Netflix account, if you don't already have one.
There is plenty of street parking if you are traveling bar car. Most everything is walking distance, there is bus transportation nearby and you can Uber/Lyft pretty much anywhere in PB for about $5-10.
Pacific Beach in San Diego is a young beach town with the attraction of the surf and sand by day and the lure of bars and restaurants by night. Located south of La Jolla and north of Mission Beach, this San Diego beach has a popular nightlife scene from dancing to drinking craft beers, which attracts a college-aged and young professionals crowd.
San Diego Pacific Beach is also the ideal spot to catch some waves on your surfboard or bodyboard, while children splash around in the water and build sand castles on the beach. San Diego Pacific Beach visitors are encouraged to try other water sports popular at the beach such as kayaking, sailing and paddle boarding. As for some physical activity on dry land, Pacific Beach has the Ocean Front Walk, which is a boardwalk that stretches parallel to the Pacific Ocean. The boardwalk is lined with shops and restaurants, and it is always filled with beach cruisers, joggers and skateboarders zooming along the strip. Garnet Avenue is another attraction in Pacific Beach, which is packed with boutiques providing everything from beach souvenirs to trendy clothing. Also at Garnet Avenue, on Tuesdays from 2pm until 6:30pm, a farmer's market sets up, where visitors can taste smoothie samples and browse local photography. The San Diego beach market sells local produce, cuisine and arts and jewelry.
Beach Cruisers are available for guest use for no extra charge. Bicycles are the best way to get around and see the town!
Beaches/Boardwalk – The beach/Pacific Ocean is 1.5 miles directly West. (7 min bike ride/approx. 34 min walk) Mission Bay is 0.9 miles South. (5 min bike ride, approx. 20 min walk.) The boardwalk/bike path goes around the bay and wraps around continuing along the beach/ocean side.
Airport - We are 8.6 miles from the San Diego International Airport.
Bus Route: Route 9 can be picked up at Ingraham and Garnet. It can take you down Garnet to the beach or in the other direction to SeaWorld and Old Town. Adult $2.50
Trolley: From Old Town you can take the trolley into the Seaport Village/Gaslamp Quarter downtown or into Fashion/Mission Valley. Adult $2.50
Coronado Ferry: If you want to venture over to Coronado Island from downtown you can take the Coronado Ferry. Adult $4.75/Each Way
UBER/Lyft: The easiest way to get around if you don’t have a car is downloading the Uber or Lyft app. There are always drivers in this area and will usually pick you up within 3 minutes from requesting it. You can get across PB for around $5-10.+ More