The Pierpont Inn was opened by Josephine Pierpont in 1910, built partly to offer accommodation to the first motorists driving the embryonic Pacific Coast Highway. Its Oceanside setting made it immediately popular, and it has since become a favorite venue for weddings, family get-togethers and corporate getaways, as well as vacationing travelers.
PIERPONT INN ACCOMMODATION
This historic Inn has 77 rooms, 8 regular suites and several specialty suites, including old cottages, the Austen Pierpont Suite with whirlpool tub and ocean views, and the fun of the 1950s Flat for those who like the retro look.
PIERPONT INN FACILITIES
The Inn offers an award-winning fine-dining restaurant, Austen's, where diners can enjoy stunning sunsets and ocean views while sampling the Californian cuisine. See some reviews of Austen's from diners who have eaten there recently at Ventura.com.
The Pierpont Day Spa, with pool, offers full-body massages, aromatherapy and their own speciality treatments like the chocolate body wrap. Guests are also provided with access to the Pierpont Racquet Club, which has 12 championship tennis courts, racquet ball and squash courts, indoor and outdoor pool, spa, sauna, and fitness and weight training.
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