Surf’s Up at the Ragged Point Inn

The gateway to Big Sur, every surfer and outdoor adventurer’s dream, the Ragged Point Inn is a landmark destination along California’s coast.

Ragged Point is located on the Big Sur Coast 15 miles north of San Simeon’s iconic Hearst Castle and midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Big Sur is an idyllic stretch of California Coastline where winding roads sit atop mountains and lush forest filled with redwoods.

The Ragged Point Inn is your first stop for a gaze at the awe-worthy vistas to come along the 100-mile stretch of Pacific coast along Big Sur. The Ragged Point Inn was founded by the Ramey family who fell in love with the scenic view while visiting the Central Coast having meandered up a lonely Highway 1 from nearby Cambria. Guests can still enjoy the beautiful isolation today.

Whether winding your way up California’s Big Sur Coast or exploring more after a busy day of Hearst Castle tours, Ragged Point offers the perfect place to recharge while taking in the fresh Pacific air.

Ragged Point offers thirty-nine guestrooms with unparalleled views of the rugged coast. A quaint restaurant serves up fresh California cuisine, featuring produce from the inn’s cliff-side gardens, fresh, local seafood, and a variety of local California wines and craft beers. Guests can enjoy whale watching, dolphin sightings and walks to small exclusive sand beaches including the Inn’s steep trail that leads down to their own excluded beach. The elephant seal rookery is just 9 miles south of the Inn on Highway 1. Salmon Creek Falls is 4 miles North on Highway 1. Big Sur National Park is 50 miles North. There are endless possibilities for great hikes in between the two. Enjoy premium, breathtaking views while sipping on award-winning wines at nearby boutique wineries.

Ragged Point Inn & Resort

19019 CA-1, Ragged Point, CA 93452

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