Mission Canyon

Hiking and history come together.

Privacy and peacefulness in one special spot. Mission Canyon is the old, secluded Santa Barbara neighborhood that lets you and your family slip off into the abyss. The landscape is lush with indigenous trees and vegetation. And the endless hiking trails conveniently leading to our properties along Mission Canyon Road. If you’re not a seasoned hiker, don’t worry. There are so many trails around here, you’ll easily find the perfect skill level and intensity to please your entire group. Learn More

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Mission Canyon
Creekside Haven
Be one with nature, without getting itchy
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $240 to $599

  • Sleeps 7
  • 3 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2000 FT2
  • house
  • 2

3 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guesthouse Studio
  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Loft Area
Rocky Nook Escape
Where rest and recreation always come into play
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $300 to $600

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2650 FT2
  • house
  • 4

3 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom 1
  • Guest Bedroom 2
  • Guest Bedroom 3 Guest Bedroom 3 Guest Bedroom 3 Guest Bedroom 3
Above It All
Views you can only achieve at the apex of modern luxury
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $749 to $1299

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 2800 FT2
  • house
  • 3

3 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom 1
  • Guest Bedroom 2
  • Guest Bedroom 3 Guest Bedroom 3
Magical Canyon Retreat
Lose yourself at this rustic, custom-built home
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $500 to $804

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 3000 FT2
  • house
  • 4

4 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Guest Bedroom #3
  • Guest Bedroom #4
Travel Guides ~ Mission Canyon
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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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The Ultimate Guide to Santa Barbara Wine Country
You’ll hear the best of both when you visit any of these Santa Barbara County wineries. So whether you are a seasoned sommelier or an aspiring oenophile, Santa Barbara Wine Country has a vineyard or winery that will satisfy even the most ...discriminating palate. But with so many delicious wine destinations at your disposal, we thought it might help if we took you on a quick tour of a few of our favorites… (see less)

Travel News ~ Mission Canyon
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Things to Do in Santa Barbara: November 2016
November 11, 2016 Fall is here and the weather is not really changing very much – because this is Santa Barbara! It is still sunny and beautiful. Guests are still enjoying kayaking, biking and surfing into the fall and through the winter. There are some fun ...events happening in town during the month of November. Here are few that we thought you should know about. (see less)
Comment Santa Barbara may be a beach destination but there's a lot to do even when the water gets ...chilly.  (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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