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Regardless of the style of home, you can be sure that vacation rentals in San Diego, CA will be extravagantly appointed with wonderfully comfortable furnishings, TVs, fireplaces, and plenty of large windows to provide natural lighting. The bedrooms offer you your very own haven on the beach, with comfortable bedding and access to full bathrooms. The massive kitchens are stocked with all of the appliances you need, making the preparation of meals for your large group easier than ever.
Convenient Locations in San Diego
The majority of these San Diego house rentals offer so much more than the elegance of their interiors, thanks to their amazing locations. Many of them can be found directly adjacent to the sandy beaches of San Diego and virtually all of them offer exquisite views of the open skies and vast beaches that surround. This affords you the unique option of enjoying this beauty from the comfort of your patio, or by taking a short walk out your front door to do any of the beach activities that you enjoy. Not only that, but you have unparalleled access to the unique things that come with each of these areas, like the shops of La Jolla, The Pier and bars of Mission and Pacific Beach, and the proximity to downtown and the harbor of Ocean Beach (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocean_Beach,_San_Diego). These 4-bedroom houses for rent in San Diego provide you with an extravagant San Diego vacation, regardless of how you choose to enjoy it.
Top San Diego Attractions That are Must Sees
Home to the renowned San Diego Zoo, this 1,200-acre park is the city’s cultural hub. Located in downtown San Diego (about two miles north of the city center), Balboa Park is a great place for a stroll, bike ride, or picnic. Wander around the park’s many gardens while admiring the intricate Spanish-Renaissance architecture that permeates the grounds; the best examples are the California Building and the House of Hospitality). The Botanical Building is a great starting point in Balboa Park. The building is one of the most photographed places in Balboa Park and is one of the largest lath structures in the world. But don’t just look at it: The famous botanical building features more than 2,100 permanent plants, including striking collections of tropical plants and orchids. The park also features a cactus garden, rose garden, and Japanese-style garden, as well as a palm tree canyon, among many other attractions. Experience the true heart of San Diego during your stay in our San Diego house rentals by visiting Balboa Park.
Want to see what San Diego looked like at its founding? It’s at the Torrey Pines State Reserve. This oceanfront reserve features 1,750 acres of unspoiled land, protecting the unique topography and various types of flora present from way back when, including the Torrey pine, America’s rarest pine tree. There are 3,000 Torrey pines in the reserve alone, and aside from San Diego, the only other place in the country the pines grow is on Santa Rosa Island off the coast of Santa Barbara. The reserve also houses one of Southern California’s last salt marshes and waterfowl refuges. What does that mean for you? Plenty of hiking opportunities—eight miles to be exact! The trails offer a chance to get up close and personal with the attraction’s famously beautiful sandstone ravines and badlands, as well as breathtaking views of the coastline. If you book your vacation rental in San Diego, CA during the spring, you’ll see wildflowers on full display.
USS Midway Museum
San Diego is a big military town. You’ll likely see bases scattered about while exploring the city, especially around parts of the San Diego Bay. The USS Midway is one of these affiliated sites that offers an insider’s look into what is normally closed off to the public. The USS Midway is the longest-serving American aircraft carrier of the 20th century, having played host to 225,000 sailors over the course of its life. This historical relic offers patrons the opportunity to explore 60 different exhibits and 29 restored aircraft aboard, including some that have flown in World War II, Operation Desert Storm, and the Korean War. During the self-guided audio tour, you’ll see the crew’s sleeping quarters, the engine room, the ship’s jail, and the primary flight control room, among other areas of the four-acre flight deck. There are also flight simulators, fo’c’sle knot tying demonstrations, and a cafe when you start to feel peckish on-site.