La Jolla Village Spanish Retreat
|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
|Living space||1900 square feet|
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|Theme||Historic, Luxury, Town|
Description from the manager
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, detached one-bedroom apartment may also be available, sleeps 6 in the main house and 2 in the studio apartment.
Summer and Holidays: $3500-4000/week, $7,000-$15,000/month, $500-750/night, Off season: $2500/week
This updated Spanish style detached home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and easy access to everything La Jolla has to offer. The home is surrounded by gardens with blooming Camellias and roses and is conveniently located within a one minute walk to the beautiful â€śCoastal Walk.â€ť It is walking distance to the Cove, Children's Pool, and the heart of La Jolla Village at Prospect and Girard with...Read more
La Jolla Village Spanish Retreat
La Jolla, California
Additional Location Information
Location Type Town
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$500 - $600||$500 - $600||$3,500 - $4,000||$7,000 - $15,000||4 nights|
|Feb. 15 2013 - Mar. 15 2013
|Jun. 1 2013 - Sep. 10 2013
|Dec. 18 2013 - Jan. 3 2014
Christmas and New Year's
|All Other Dates||$500||$500||$3,500||$7,000||4 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the manager|
- Cleaning fee - $250 / stay - Other
- Damage deposit - $500 / stay - Security Deposit
- TOT Tax - 11.05% of rental - Tax
Additional notes from owner
Please call or email to ask about Spring Break rates, as dates may vary, and prices may be lower than listed.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 10, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Santa Fe, NM
Consider the Location
This home has nice spaces. The architecture is very pretty both inside and out. The outdoor patio is warm and pretty quiet. The kitchen and baths are recently renovated and nice. The house is clean and well maintained. What you need to consider before renting this home is your sensitivity to traffic noise. It is wild by our standards. The house sits on Torrey Pines and the traffic never stops. It made the living room unusable. Fortunately, there are many interior doors in this house and you can shut out the noisy parts of the house. We also found that running the fan on high or medium muffled the traffic noise.
Unlike other homes we rented, this one is minimally equipped and you will need to bring your own bath soap, hair dryer, tissue boxes, paper towels, salt and pepper and even ice. The ice maker in the fridge does not work. The house has wifi but it was frequently unavailable. The house probably needs an extender.
It is just a block to the village so you can walk everywhere including to La Jolla Shores. If you live in a city and are used to traffic, it will be fine. If not, you better choose another location.
New York City couple
New York City
Fabulous place in LaJolla!
We had a wonderful time staying in this charming home and it was conveniently located to everything La Jolla Village has to offer. The home is clean and the amenities covered everything we needed. The proximity was perfect for walking to the village restaurants, coffee shops, stores and the Coastal Walk which is only a block from the house. We drove to the top of Mt. Soledad, watched the surfers at Windansea Beach, hiked trails in Torrey Pines Natural Preserve, visited the Birch aquarium at Scripps and the Torrey Pines Gliderport, and enjoyed shopping in the village. In San Diego proper, we ate spectacular Mexican food at the Mexican CafĂ© in Old Town, had Sunday brunch at Croce's in the Gaslamp district, and visited the amazing San Diego Zoo - go early! - (pandas were there as well as keepers doing foot washing of a 46 year old elephant). We biked around Coronado, visited the artists' bazaar in Balboa Park, and toured the historic footbridges of Bankers Hill. One of our favorite lunches was at Tin Fish, under the pier in Oceanside. We loved shopping at the Bazaar del Mundo in Old Town. All told, it was a spectacular vacation, a great way to celebrate our 40th anniversary.