Mesa

Experience the panoramic beauty of the bluffs.

Blue and green, and everything in between. Imagine stepping just out your doors and looking off into the horizon. You are basking in how the azure skies seemingly melt into the sapphire waters. You then bring your eyes closer, to capture the lush trees of green between you and the sea. This is how one greets each day when living atop the Mesa. Even if the view is new to you, it will never get old when you vacation in one of Santa Barbara’s best neighborhoods to survey everything the city has to offer. Learn More

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Mesa
Vista Del Oceano
An ocean view from every room
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $235 to $299

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 3166 FT2
  • house
  • 2

3 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom
  • Guest Bedroom #1
  • Guest bedroom #2 / Office
Casa de Lujo
Take a little trip to the Spanish seaside, without leaving California
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $199 to $299

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 1600 FT2
  • house
  • 1

3 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom 1
  • Guest Bedroom 3
  • Guest Bedroom 2
Seaside Heights
The attention is in the details.
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $199 to $274

  • Sleeps 5
  • 2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 2250 FT2
  • townhome
  • 2

2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Bedroom 1
  • Guest Bedroom 2
  • Den
Blue Horizon
Where the ocean meets the sky
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $285 to $532

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 2033 FT2
  • house
  • 2

3 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Guest Bedroom #3 Guest Bedroom #3
  • Great Room
Le Petit Chateau
Your dog will learn to say “Merci”
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $210 to $333

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1168 FT2
  • house
  • 3

2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2 Guest Bedroom #2
  • Living Room
Beach Breakaway
Far from ordinary, just steps from the beach
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $299 to $349

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1445 FT2
  • house
  • 2

3 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Guest Bedroom #3 Guest Bedroom #3
Casa Turquesa
Elegance and comfort in the heart of it all
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $207 to $299

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 2300 FT2
  • house
  • 4

4 Bedrooms

  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest House Bedroom #1 Guest House Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #3
Mira Vista Retreat
Enjoy the fruits of your labor
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $420 to $856

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • 3890 FT2
  • house
  • 4

4 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Master Bedroom #2
  • Master Bedroom #3
  • Master Bedroom #4
Travel Guides ~ Mesa
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Complete Guide to Santa Barbara
Sunsets on the beach. Eclectic cuisine on the streets. Salty freshness in the air…and a community with a definitive flair. Santa Barbara is coastal California’s hidden gem, as offbeat as it is off the beaten path. It’s no wonder ...this is such a popular place to escape. Because every single spot of it is uniquely wonderful. (see less)
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Santa Barbara Polo Club
Santa Barbara, California, is well-known for its sunny and mild Mediterranean-like climate, chic dining, shopping districts and gorgeous coastline and mountains. But what many tourists may not know is that deep in the heart of the city’s posh ...culture lies a love for the ancient sport of polo. Steeped in history, the “game of kings” is the highlight of summer and fall at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club, which hosts matches on weekends from May through early October. Spectators of all ages delight in watching rival teams on deft ponies tear up and down a grass field that’s the area of nine American football fields. (see less)
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Whale Watching Santa Barbara
If you always wanted to go on a whale-watching tour, there’s no better place to do it than Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara whale-watching season is pretty much anytime of year. But there is one caveat. You must decide what species of whale you ...want to see most. Not all migrations take place at the same time. So if you’ll forgive the pun, let’s dive a little deeper. (see less)

Travel News ~ Mesa
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The Restaurant Guy's Santa Barbara Recommendations
November 10, 2016 The A-team at Good Bar has put their best fall foot forward, offering half a dozen sippers for everyone. Sweet Corn is the winning ingredient in PILGRIMAGE SOUTH, a blend of Herradura Reposado, sweet corn, creme de cacao, fresh lime, chocolate ...bitters and egg white. The result is a colorful and velvety rich drink worth coming in for. The funky and fresh EJECTION SEAT consists of High West double rye, Damoiseau 110 Rhum, Amaro Lucano, green tea pineapple gomme, fresh lime, cinnamon syrup, and tiki bitters, while the GUN FOR HIRE awakens your palate with black cardamom infused Bombay Sapphire, Creme de Noyeaux, cardamaro aromatized wine, sasparilla and angostura bitters. (see less)
Comment The Restaurant Guy knows his Santa Barbara eats. Let him do the planning for you, and ...enjoy! (see less)
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The Atlas Obscura Guide to Hidden Santa Barbara
November 20, 2016 Weird Attractions and Unusual Things to Do in Santa ...Barbara (see less)
Comment It's such a relief to get off the beaten path during your vacation, and these attractions are just the way to do it while ensuring that you have a unique, memorable ...time. (see less)
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Santa Barbara Travel Guide
December 11, 2016 The city calls itself the American Riviera, and if you travel to Santa Barbara you'll see why: This central coast city, which sits on an idyllic stretch of coastline and is sheltered by the foothills of the Santa Ynez mountains, has a ...Mediterranean-like climate and a civility that feels downright European. In fact, it once was European: the Spanish settled the city in the 1600s, and the Mission Santa Barbara is still one of the city's most treasured landmarks. Given the city's sophisticated charm—and high prices—many celebrities have made a Santa Barbara visit over the years, from Charlie Chaplin, who built a hotel, to Oprah Winfrey, who has a house nearby. (see less)
Comment There are a lot of travel guides, but this one is very down-to-earth; it mentions peak tourism times for Santa Barbara, along with recommending some great not-to-miss ...destinations. (see less)

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