Featured in the Los Angeles Times!
“With a population of about 1,500, the 2-square-mile town of Summerland, Calif., epitomizes the cliché “Blink and you’ll miss it.” Do your best not to blink as you drive through because this sleepy beach community six miles from Santa Barbara is home to an array of mom-and-pop antiques shops, a handful of local eateries and the sorts of views that make you want to do the good kind of nothing all day. The tab: a king bed at the Inn on Summer Hill begins at $249. Lunch for two can be had for less than $30 at Café Luna and for about $20 at Stacky’s Seaside. Parking at the beach is free; the antiques, alas, are not.”
– Ryan Ritchie (LA Times – view full article here)