Rates & Policies2018-12-02T22:19:08+00:00

Rates & Policies

(Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend)

1 Bedroom + Loft Cottage
$295.00 Nightly
$1,750.00 weekly

3 Bedroom Cottage
$450.00 nightly
$2,800.00 weekly


(following Labor Day weekend until Memorial Day weekend)

1 Bedroom + Loft Cottage
$150.00 Sun-Thurs
$250.00 Fri-Sat
$2,850.00 monthly

3 Bedroom Cottage
$250.00 Sun-Thurs
$375.00 Fri-Sat
$1,800.00 weekly
$3,800.00 monthly



Please note the we require a 3 night minimum for all reservations during the high season and holiday weekends.

Refundable Damage Deposit
$500 – $1000

Cleaning Fee
$125 one bedroom | $175 three bedroom

Monthly Cleaning Fee
$175 one bedroom | $200 three bedroom

Holiday Cleaning Per Night Fee
$250 one bedroom | $375 three bedroom
(Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day)

Tax Rate
12% on stays less than 30 days.

Check In: 3pm and Check Out: 10am

Cancellation Policy: You may receive a refund of up to 100% of your total rental payment if you provide written notice of cancellation at least 30 days prior to your arrival date.

“I was part of a group of writers who rented out all of the cottages for a writers’ retreat. We were at the cottages for a full week, but certainly, I could have stayed longer. I love the decor of the cottages, the proximity of each cottage being close to the others, and how easy it was to walk to the beach or into downtown Carpinteria. There was never a reason to get in our cars for the entire week. Not only will we be back as a group, but I plan to bring my family for a beach vacation!” – Megan Ryan, Tempe AZ


Carpinteria is a small oceanside city located in southeastern Santa Barbara County, California, east of Santa Barbara and northwest of Ventura.

This popular seaside town offers world class shopping and dining … as well as an abundance of nightlife. There are unique opportunities for athletes; surfing, bicycling, hiking and much more.

Carpinteria Beach is known for its gentle slope and calm waves in selected sandy areas but also good surfing swells in some of the more rocky areas. Seals and sea lions can be seen in the area December through May at the rookery in the nearby Carpinteria Bluffs, as well as an occasional gray whale. Tidepools contain starfish, sea anemones, crabs, snails, octopuses and sea urchins.

There is bird watching at Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve, established in 1977 and administered by the Natural Reserve System of the University of California. The Waldholme Torrey Pine, largest known Torrey pine tree on earth, is located in downtown Carpinteria.

Carpinteria hosts an annual California Avocado Festival, with a history extending back to 1986. Over 80,000 persons attend the three-day festival which takes place during the first weekend of October on Linden Avenue. The festival offers avocado products and locally made goods.

The Carpinteria Amtrak Station is located on Linden Avenue by the beach. It is served by Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner from San Luis Obispo to San Diego.