Loma Vista Gardens

47540 CA-1., Big Sur, CA
Capacity: 250 people

About Loma Vista Gardens

Loma Vista was established in 1929 by Alice Jaeger, the last granddaughter of Big Sur’s first pioneer families, the Posts, on the family’s original homestead. Alice and her husband Steve built the property as an inn, diner, and the coast’s first gas station. In the 1930’s, when the newly built Pacific Coast Highway connected the rugged and untamed Big Sur wilderness to the rest of the world for the first time, Loma Vista filled a new need in the community, becoming a place to rest, refuel, and share news from the outside world. The building that now houses the Big Sur Bakery is the original home, which also served as the inn and diner. Alice’s greenhouse, where she grew and sold her prized begonia’s, is now home to Mother Botanical. the carriage house barn, located beneath the Bakery, is presently our pop-up art gallery, featuring a revolving roster of local artisans. In the gardens, many of our cacti and trees were planted by Alice herself, nearly 100 years ago. Still family-owned and operated, Loma Vista continues to be a centerpiece of Big Sur, and a place for the community to gather in times of celebration.

Package Pricing

Micro-Wedding Package
$5,400 - $8,200 /event
Pricing for weddings only
Full Day Package
$12,400 - $18,400 /event
Pricing for weddings only

Event Spaces

Gravel Courtyard
Gravel Courtyard
Nest Level
Nest Level
Upper Terrace
Upper Terrace
Plateau
Plateau
Lounge Level
Lounge Level
Nuptial Yurt & Mid-century Trailer
Nuptial Yurt & Mid-century Trailer
Venue Types
Amenities
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Outdoor Function Area
Features
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 250