A vestige of Venice's founding days, the Venice Beach House was one of the seaside enclave's first mansions, and many Craftsman-era details remain—dark woods, a glass-enclosed breakfast nook, a lattice-framed portico, and a fleet of stairs. The soundproofing standards here are circa 1911, so don't expect much sound privacy. However, historic charm radiates and the location, steps from the beach and boardwalk, is what Southern California is all about.
15 30th Ave., Los Angeles, California, 90291, USA
Mar 5, 2007
I had the pleasure of finding the Venice Beach House online and called and made a reservation. From management to housekeepers the staff was fantastic. The breakfast was tasty and the ambiance was just perfect. It is my new home when visiting L.A.