Life is best lived through joyful experiences shared with others
We believe in providing our visitors with joy, security, and an overwhelming sense of belonging in the personal comfort of our homes and our neighborhoods.
We establish sustainable practices that support the character of our communities. Our homes are managed, maintained and appropriately used in a manner that adds to the value, charm, and safety of our beautiful Monterey County.
We invite visitors to experience life as a local; we share our homes with people from all over the world who want to experience the heritage, beauty, and vibrant lifestyle of Monterey County from the comfort of a home.
Our Shared Experience
Monterey Bay is such a beautiful location which should be shared with the world in a reasonable manner. Staying at a house is a completely different experience than at a hotel room, which lacks the charm and character of a house. We also like interacting with the locals who can share so much more about the area.
John from California
We stayed in Monterey in a beautiful private home with our grandparents visiting from Europe. This is a much more beautiful and practical experience than staying at a hotel for a family vacation! And I am sure we were very respectful of neighbors.
Janica from California
As a native Californian I love to be able to take my entire family (four generations) on vacations where we can all be under the same roof and be comfortable. The Monterey area, is so rich in history and offers some of the best scenic views in the world. Feeling like you are part of the community really adds value to our vacations as opposed to staying in a hotel.
Jenifer from California
The Monterey County Vacation Rental Alliance (MCVRA) is a coalition of homeowners and property managers dedicated to offering this experience to visitors. MCVRA represents, supports, and protects residential vacation rentals by working with elected officials, government staff, and the media. It monitors legislation that could impact vacation rentals. Proposed laws and regulations are reviewed and a position is presented to government officials to get a win-win-win result – a win for the local economy, a win for neighborhoods, and a win for homeowners.