find yourself here

Permission to write short stories, to incubate a business plan, to paint the color of tranquility,
to bounce on a gigantic trampoline until the sun sets,
to go kayaking one day and clam-digging the next,
to drink pinot noir at a little table on the ocean-front cedar deck with a volume of Pablo Neruda poems.
Permission to meet local artists in their studios,
to enjoy sustainable, organic farm-fresh food,
to spend all morning in shavasana.
Permission to hike the trails.
And permission not to do anything at all.

Go ahead. Retreat yourself.

Here’s why entrepreneurs, health and fitness coaches, photographers, families, and artists all love it here.

Spend some quality think-tank time by the ocean.

  • Enjoy a ready-for-business office with secure, wireless internet access, stereo system, and a private entrance to the beach.
  • Retreat yourself and up to 7 of your colleagues. Additional guests can stay at one of the friendly hotels and resorts just minutes away. Let your entire team experience the calming effects of stress deprivation. Spend an entire week kayaking, scuba diving, resting, reading, swimming, running, yoga and doing nothing at all. Restaurants and spas are always nearby.
  • Cook up food for ideas in the chef’s kitchen, featuring every appliance needed to create the perfect organic-gourmet meal.Yes, there is a Vitamix. There’s an organic farm nearby.

Kick back in a romantic, grown-up/kid hybrid paradise.

  • Intimate enough for family—but not so intimate everyone can’t do their own thing. You can fall asleep on the deck, and let some sun into your soul. In the evenings, light up the fireplace, fit for marshmallows, lovers, and marshmallow-lovers.
  • Enjoy a children’s playhouse, swing and slide set, and a particularly buoyant trampoline.
  • Give your inner artist a little company.

    Reclaim your creative heritage in comfort—either on the chaise or on the cedar deck. Bay windows and ocean views provide the perfect backdrop to losing oneself in thought. Whether you come alone or with kindred spirits, your inner artist is never alone. And then there are the artists in town.