|Space||400 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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This Studio has an inviting, relaxing atmosphere.The hardwood floors, 'Westin' heavenly queen bed, luxury linens, well equipped kitchenette, and vaulted ceiling will complement your getaway stay. This property offers privacy that other lodging does not have and is so convenient to village amenities that you can leave your car parked and really relax while strolling to shopping, dining, wine tasting, attractions and parks!
Wi-Fi, Smart TV, coffee maker, iron, ironing board, hair dryer..... Just about every thing you need for a relaxing stay, right at your fingertips!
The Solvang Studio is located in the heart of Santa Barbara County's acclaimed Santa Ynez Valley wine country (Remember the 2004 Oscar winning movie Sideways? It was filmed here!) If you’re seeking a postcard perfect year-round playground with warm, sunny days and crisp, clear nights; world-class wine tasting; bicycling and hiking with spectacular scenery; or outdoor fun such as boating, kayaking, horseback riding, golfing, and fishing—discover Solvang and the Santa Ynez Valley! Just two hours up the coast from Los Angeles, it feels like a world away with amazing possibilities for your next getaway!
Did you know these fun facts about Solvang? In 1911, three Danish-American educators encountered a place in the Golden State where land was plentiful and their culture could prosper—and founded a community they named Solvang (sunny field in Danish). Only two hours up the coast from Los Angeles, and adjacent to the 1804 Old Mission Santa Inés (now a National Historic Landmark District), Solvang thrived and settlers carried on Danish traditions of language, folk dancing, music and cuisine. As the 20th century progressed and Solvang’s population grew, more buildings began to reflect Danish farm-style architecture. Just as it does in Copenhagen, Denmark’s national symbol of the “Little Mermaid” bronze sculpture (in ½ size authorized replica) welcomes visitors at the intersection of Mission Drive and Alisal Road. Windmills of all sizes catch the first and last light throughout the village. After the conclusion of World War II, idyllic Solvang was “discovered” by the media and described in the Saturday Evening Post as a “spotless Danish village that blooms like a rose” and enticed travelers to experience it for themselves. In 2013, Solvang was named by Huffington Post as the #2 place to 'Travel to Europe Without Leaving the USA.”
The Danish Days annual festival emerged in 1936 and continues to commemorate Solvang’s heritage every September. Festivals and celebrations are traditional parts of Solvang’s charm—from the Taste of Solvang every March and Julefest (Yule-fest) during December. Solvang was named by Time Magazine as one of the “Most Christmas-y Towns in the USA.” Discover more at the not-to-be-missed Elverhoj Museum of History & Art and the Hans Christian Andersen Museum as well as the Solvang Vintage Motorcycle Museum and find where art and nature meet at the Wildling Museum.
Be drawn into Scandinavian culture strolling Solvang’s flower-lined streets or stepping into five authentic bakeries and more than 30 restaurants and cafes—featuring not only Danish cuisine but also wine-country, international and traditional American favorites. Dozens of wine and beer tasting rooms, wine bars and gourmet food shops tempt palates with the bounty of nearby vineyards and farms. For the area’s freshest fruits, veggies, flowers and local items, check out the downtown Farmers’ Market just one block from the studio-- every Wednesday afternoon year-round. And don’t miss the chance to experience a professional performance under summer stars at PCPA Theaterfest—in Solvang’s lovely 700-seat outdoor Festival Theater.
Turn in any direction within Solvang’s pedestrian-friendly village and delight in an array of colorful items such as clogs, hand-made lace, clothing, porcelain, elegant collectibles, beautifully crafted imports, vibrant arts and crafts, vibrant furnishings and classic toys in more than 100 one-of-a-kind stores, art galleries and antique centers. The primary retail areas are along Mission Drive, Copenhagen Drive, Alisal Road and charming side streets beckon with wonderful clusters of shops in courtyards and squares. Come experience the joys of “California’s Little Denmark” for yourself!
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||C$79|
REFUNDABLE DAMAGE DEPOSIT OF $205 ($5 is kept for credit fee), IS AVAILABLE AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE Property Damage Protection ($59) i
PET ONLY ON PRE APPROVAL( small to mid size dog) please see pet fee $40