Claremont, CA, USA

Claremont, CA, USA

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Where to stay around Claremont, CA?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 53 vacation rentals near Claremont. From 42 houses to 0 , find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Claremont for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Stay low-key in Claremont

There’s nothing glitzy about Claremont, a charming California city in eastern Los Angeles County. The imposing San Gabriel Mountains tower in the distance, while a plethora of historic properties line the charming streets that seem straight out of a 1950s sitcom. If that charmed life isn’t enough to sway you, consider the beauty of its quaint shopping district, the proximity to local beaches, and the lively popular culture scene. Whether you’re a nature lover or just want to be close enough to downtown LA without actually being in the city, booking a Claremont vacation rental puts you in the right place.

The quieter side of LA County

Claremont is surprisingly hip for a residential 'hood. You’ll notice that as you scour downtown for a place to eat and happen upon a pub or a live music performance. Shopping is the real deal in Claremont, too, and it’s perfect if you prefer unique one-of-a-kind items over standard vacation fare. Craving a taste of that notoriously perfect LA weather? Head outdoors for a picnic in the shadows of the mountain, or take a hike along a scenic trail. Guided tours of the area’s historic attractions are available if you’re interested in taking a step back in time.

Unearthing artistic treasures in Claremont

Why book a Claremont vacation rental and miss out on these amazing attractions? One of the most impressive is the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, whose brilliant blossoms encompass 86 acres of land. The Padua Hills Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was once a Mexican musical theatre. Art lovers can get their fix at the Claremont Museum of Art, Pomona College Museum of Art, or the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. The family-friendly Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology offers an affordable way to spend a quiet weekend.

Good times in triple-digit climes

Claremont is pure SoCal, through and through—meaning you won’t spot a snowflake unless you climb a mountain and will mainly experience rain in the winter. That’s good news for anyone who booked a Claremont vacation rental hoping to soak up the sunshine. If you’re around during summertime, expect temperatures to soar to triple digits some days. The occasional gust of wind whips through in the fall. It’s a brief reminder that even paradise isn't perfect, although these gentle breezes, often known as the Santa Ana Winds, feel just fine, thank you very much.

Hidden treasures in Claremont

Bordered by Montclair, Upland, La Verne, and Pomona, Claremont has a bit of a hidden treasure vibe about it. It’s only a little over 13 square miles, but it offers near-perfect views of the surrounding San Gabriel Mountains in the distance. Once upon a time, it was crowded with citrus groves and fields, but today those spots have been replaced by homes. If your Claremont vacation rental is among them, be sure to step out onto the nearly 5-mile Claremont Hills Wilderness Trail and admire the gorgeous wildflowers along the path.