Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

clipper creek charging station

There’s just something special about summer road trips, especially when cruising up and down the California Coast along Highway 1. Not only does this scenic stretch along the Pacific offer stunning views around every turn, but there are so many worthy stops and memorable sights to see. It would be a shame to stay home because you don’t know where to “charge up” your electric vehicle.

Gas stations can be few and far between along certain areas of the Central Coast. However, we understand that electric vehicle charging stations can be even harder to come by. Luckily, those driving a Tesla or another electric vehicle can road trip with ease. This is thanks to the electric vehicle chargers available at the Cambria Inns Collection of hotels in Cambria. At both the Sand Pebbles and Blue Dolphin Inns, you’ll find electric charging stations made by Clipper Creek, which support all EVs. And the best part? They’re free for guests!


Where To Stay While You ChargeSand Pebbles Inn room

Both the Blue Dolphin Inn and Sand Pebbles Inn are ideal choices for a place to stay in Cambria, whether stopping for a night mid-road trip or looking for a homebase along the coast. Both locations offer everything needed for a restful respite from the car. A stay includes fresh cookies at check-in, afternoon coffee and tea, and a continental breakfast. Complimentary Wi-Fi is also available for plotting out the perfect road trip route. Additionally, you can expect to find blissful surroundings, luxe bath products, and a fireplace in every room. Sink into a Simmons pillowtop mattress for a peaceful night of sleep after sitting and sightseeing. All that and more without the need to worry about where to track down the next electric vehicle charging station – what could be more convenient?

The Cambria Inns Collection of hotels includes Blue Dolphin Inn, Sand Pebbles Inn, Moonstone Cottages and Castle Inn, all located along the picturesque Moonstone Beach in Cambria.

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