The property has 5 casitas. This casita is cozy and has a private deck overlooking the beach. Designed with Mexican style palapa roofs, the casitas have hardwood or polished concrete floors, local art & tropical flowers. Great spot to start the day
We are the closest beachfront property to the San Pedrito surf break in Pescadero! You can walk our the front gate and be on the sand, go for a run, surf, or just kick on the beach. We offer beachfront AND affordable. We love it here!
Guests have access to wifi, an outdoor covered palapa area with built in seating, an open air covered kitchen and dining area with bar, with two refrigerators, stove, and appliances such as a toaster, coffee maker, and blender. There are two bbq's, lounge chairs, and beautiful seating areas. You can enjoy a cup of Baja beans coffee surrounded with beautiful tropical gardens and fruit trees.There are also two showers three sinks and three toilets on the property for guests to use. Two casitas have their own private bathrooms and showers.
There is a property manager located off property but there to answer questions and be off assistance if needed.
This is a rustic property with very basic amenities. We are located beachfront and that is what we love about our spot!
1. Only registered guests are allowed on the Surf Casitas premises. NON REGISTERED GUESTS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON THE PREMISES AT ANY TIME. This means friends, relatives, etc. This is cause for removal of you and your guests.
2. Please be considerate of other guests with noise and music.
3. If you make a mess, please clean it up. If something is broken or damaged, please let us know so it can be replaced.
4. Surf Casitas is a non smoking property. NO SMOKING ALLOWED ON THE PREMISES.
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Idea girl and Co-founder of Loreto Paradise Properties, Cambria Dotterer is a lover of Baja, wannabe surfer girl, and mother of two very food motivated dogs. Her business talents started at a young age while she cut her teeth in the advertising and publishing world at a local newspaper, The EasyReader, in her hometown of Hermosa Beach. They bloomed a bit more while working her way up at San Diego Magazine to National Advertising Manager.
These great contacts and amazing colleagues introduced Mrs. Dotterer to new people, big ideas and global concepts that helped shape the person she is today.
Loreto Paradise Properties was born and Cambria now heads up the marketing and sales for the company promoting luxury yet affordable vacation rentals in Loreto. This is a a dream come true for her as she was one of the first exchange students to Loreto from Hermosa Beach’s Sister City program in 1979. Today she can be found on the beach in Loreto (or somewhere in Baja), working with her Loreto Paradise Properties crew thinking up something fun for her guests and clients. We Love it Here!