Casa de las Olas

$225 per night for 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom in La Jolla, San Diego
  • This cottage sleeps 4
  • Minimum stay is 3 nights
  • Hot tub
  • Internet
Forget the rest, you've found the best! Very rare historic La Jolla Beach Cottage in an incredible location. Wonderful ocean views await and the beach is just steps away from this beautifully finished vacation rental. The home is on Ocean Lane between Coast Boulevard and Prospect St. right in the very heart of the Village of La Jolla.

Step inside this 1930's era beach cottage and prepare to be impressed. The home underwent a floor to ceiling renovation in 2008 and then all new furnishings in 2012. Some of the highlights include hardwood flooring, a wood finished cathedral ceiling offset by remote controlled skylights that open for a sunroof effect. Bay windows offer dramatic ocean views from the living room, dining area and the master suite. Off the master suite is the bathroom with tub/shower combo that includes some special features: A steam shower, Jacuzzi tub and one- way privacy glass, so you can take a nice warm soak while gazing at the waves just off La Jolla Cove. The kitchen is something special as well; fully stocked with all the cookware, appliances and dishes needed to prepare your favorite delicious meals, along with plenty of counter-space and period inspired Northstar Refrigerator and Convection oven.

In the living room there is a gas fireplace to warm the evenings along with a comfy couch where you can relax and watch your favorite shows, including HBO, on the flat screen HDTV. Or if you'd like to spend a lazy day in bed, there's a Flat screen in the master as well, but the ocean views may be too distracting!

Guests at Casa de las Olas can take a brief stroll down to the ocean and La Jolla Cove. Extraordinarily beautiful, La Jolla Cove is one of the most photographed shorelines in Southern California. Because it is a protected Ecological Reserve, marine wildlife abounds. Water visibility at the Cove can sometimes exceed 30 feet, making it a very popular spot for Scuba, snorkeling and kayaking.

Once you've had your fill of the spectacular sights and sounds of the coast, take a stroll through The Village. The Village is a bustling business district offering world class dining, one-of-a-kind boutiques, art galleries, jewelry shops and romantic, old world hotels. The surrounding residential community is a charming mix of turn-of-the-century Spanish architecture, eccentric modern designs and everything in-between.

Shopping in La Jolla tends toward the unusual and upscale; designer fashions, expensive jewelry, ethnic artifacts, priceless antiques, oriental rugs and exotic cars. Prospect Street is ground zero for fine-dining, including many five star options perched overlooking the ocean. The most popular offerings are fresh seafood and Mexican cuisine, but you can find anything from scrambled eggs to sushi among the many and varied eateries throughout La Jolla. Ask your Bluewater Concierge for suggestions. We'lll find just the right place for your palette!

With its spectacular coastline, temperate climate and dramatic views, it's no wonder that La Jolla was one of the first San Diego neighborhoods to be settled, and has since become home to some of the most prized and expensive real estate in the nation. Surrounded on three sides by the sea and backed by the steep slopes of Mt. Soledad, La Jolla has a Mediterranean feel and enjoys a unique microclimate which rarely drops below 50 degrees or exceeds 90 degrees.

We welcome you to experience all that La Jolla has to offer and be our guest at Casa de las Olas.

Please Note: This home is located in a high density neighborhood and is only suitable for quieter groups. Our rental agreement includes a no tolerance policy regarding excessive noise and/or parties. Deposit forfeitures and/or evictions are strictly enforced. Please make sure you are comfortable with these policies before renting with Bluewater.

Please see "Notes" section for additional information.

Local attractions: (Driving distance - Times are approximate)

Seaworld: 15-20 minutes
Legoland: 25-30 minutes
Belmont Park: 15-20 minutes
Mission Beach: 15-20 minutes
Pacific Beach: 10-15 minutes
La Jolla Cove: Walk
La Jolla Shores: 5 minutes
Torrey Pines: 10 minutes
Downtown/Gaslamp: 15-20 minutes
San Diego Zoo: 15-20 minutes
Safari Park: 30-35 minutes
Balboa Park: 15-20 minutes
Old Town: 15-20 minutes
Coronado: 25-30 minutes
Mt. Soledad: 5-10 minutes

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The prices shown here might not include taxes, cleaning fees, security deposit, etc.
When Nightly Per Week Minimum Stay
May 3 - 21 $250 $1,750 3 nights
May 22 - Jun 6 $285 $1,995 4 nights
Jun 7 - 13 $285 $1,995 5 nights
Jun 14 - 27 $1,995 7 nights
Jul 5 - Aug 22 $1,995 7 nights
Aug 23 - 27 $285 $1,995 5 nights
Aug 28 - 31 $285 $1,995 4 nights
Sep 1 - 18 $250 $1,750 4 nights
Sep 19 - 30 $250 $1,750 3 nights
Oct 1 - Nov 22 $225 $1,575 3 nights
Nov 30 - Dec 19 $225 $1,575 3 nights
Dec 27 - 31 $285 $1,995 4 nights
Jan 4 - 15, 2015 $225 $1,575 3 nights
Jan 16 - 18, 2015 $250 $1,750 3 nights
Jan 19 - Mar 7, 2015 $225 $1,575 0 nights
Special prices apply on the following dates.
Holiday Nightly Minimum Stay
Easter (Apr 20 - May 2) $225 3 nights
4th of July (Jun 28 - Jul 4) $350 7 nights
Thanksgiving (Nov 23 - 29) $285 5 nights
Christmas (Dec 20 - 26) $285 7 nights
New Year's (Jan 1 - 3, 2015) $285 3 nights