This vintage tiny harbor side house is the perfect relaxing, tranquil little getaway and is very convenient and private in a central location to everything Moss and Monterey Bay has to offer. Right across the street from the harbor where the whale watching boats, and the Elkhorn Slough Safari depart daily.
Self check in, private free standing cottage. A complete renovation was just finished- new paint, brand new flooring installed with wall to wall radiant heating under the floor. Brand new bed, kitchenette fixtures, sliding barn door, brand new shower with subway tile and carrara marble mosaic floor. New vanity, new toilet, all new lighting. The kitchenette comes equipped with a brand new microwave, new mini fridge and an induction burner and copper pots for cooking, brand mini fridge (bought 3/18) and new stainless sink. Coffee and organic teas are provided as well as a pour over coffee maker and tea kettle. The bed is a super amazingly comfortable brand new queen size encased coil mattress with memory foam top. The bed will be made with clean linens and blankets. The bed frame includes a built in USB port and electrical outlet so you can use your phone in bed ;) All clean bedding, linens and towels are included. There is a new flatscreen tv with DirectTV premium cable as well as wifi internet. The cottage has a tiny little private outside patio and with parking right in front.
The house is conveniently located right next door to Phil's Snack Shack restaurant which opens daily at 7am and serves up a tasty breakfast and lunch and they have a yard right on the water to drink coffee from and watch the birds and sometimes our “pet” otter who our little boys named Olive. :)
World class surf spot located just steps from this cottage. Amazing kayaking adventures in the endless nature preserves and sloughs and harbors of Moss Landing. The sea otters are very friendly and will probably try to jump in the kayak with you! Whale watching, nature hikes and the awesome beach bike trail along the picturesque slough and Salinas River State Beach.
Bring your small dog! Small children ok too if they are small enough to share the queen size bed with you.
This cottage has a history of it's own! Built back in 1910, this was the original bait shop back when Highway One ran where Moss Landing Road is today. It was converted into a surfboard maker's shop back in the 1950's and 1960's. In the 1970's it was an art gallery, then little antique store throughout the 1980's. It was the Moro Cojo Art gallery again in the 1990's and then converted into a small casita for residence. Lots of history in these old redwood walls!