Sea View Bungalow is situated in a lovely, quiet neighborhood, and offers a stunning view of the ocean. Just off Sunset Cliffs Blvd., in the small town atmosphere of Ocean Beach, this charming 1-bd/1-ba cottage sits on the crest of a hill. It's less than three blocks from the water, and a short walk north to the fishing pier and main beach. Special features include a sit-down ocean view from the kitchen and living room, as well as from the spacious, tree-shaded deck. Cook inside in the fully-equipped kitchen, or outside on the gas grill. There is a queen-size bed in the bedroom, and a remarkably comfortable queen-size sofa sleeper in the living room.
Nearby are restaurants, stores, taverns, coffee houses, antique shops, and a great Wednesday afternoon farmers' market. Sea World, Seaforth Marina, Mission Beach, Pacific Beach and La Jolla are easily accessable by car, as are Balboa Park and Zoo, and Downtown San Diego, with its Gaslamp Dist. and Sea Port Village.
Harbor Drive will take you to the airport and to downtown San Diego with its Convention Center, Gas Lamp District, Petco Park, and Coronado Bridge. Nearby is Balboa Park with
its museums, theaters, gardens, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
Sea View Bungalow offers a great view from its living room and its large deck off the front of the house. Amenities include a barbecue grill, cable TV, a VCR/DVD, a well-equipped kitchen, and a tub and shower.
Sea View Bungalow is close to surfing, tide pools, a skateboard park, Cabrillo National Monument, Point Loma Lighthouse, deep-sea fishing and diving, sailing, kayaking, tennis, and golf. Sea World, Mission Bay and Sail Bay are just across the bridge.
On the bay side of the point, pick up a deep-sea fishing charter in the old Portuguese fishing village of Point Loma, home to the San Diego Yacht Club -- and Humphrey's by the Bay on Shelter Island.
A short scenic drive from Point Loma around the harbor takes you to the airport, Harbor Island, and the downtown waterfront. On this beautiful bay, you can tour the Aircraft Carrier Museum, the Santa Maria replica, and the old Star of India sailing ship. Or you can take a harbor cruise.
If you stroll further down the bay past the cruise ship docks, you'll come to Seaport Village where you can eat, shop, or have an espresso at Upstart Crow, a family-owned bookstore. Continue south to the waterfront park for the outdoor concerts; or take the ferry across the bay to Coronado Island for lunch or dinner. Walk up Broadway to Horton Plaza, guaranteed a one-of-a-kind mall. A block
or two farther will take you to the Gas Lamp District, with its great old architecture, sidewalk restaurants, and teeming nightlife.
If you take the Laurel exit off Harbor Drive and follow it up the steep hill to its end, you'll be in Balboa Park, location of the San Diego Zoo, the Old Globe Theater, Japanese Garden, eight museums, the Rueben H. Fleet Science Center, and the IMAX Theater. Old Town and Presidio Park, the first European settlement in California, are just two exits north of Laurel Street on I-5.