Do you appreciate a good value with charming rooms, a convenient location, good food and a hospitable warm welcome? Then you’ll enjoy a stay at the Vagabond Inn. The Vagabond Inn is located in sunny San Pedro and is here to serve your needs.

The Inn is a perfect home base for those who want to go on to enjoy other escapades. We are just minutes from Ports O’Call Village, the San Pedro Harbor, cruise ships, flights and boats to Catalina. Other attractions within a short distance are the World Cruise Center and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, Long Beach and the Convention Center. Our location offers you the best beginning and end to other adventures as you venture out to enjoy this part of California. As a neighborhood of Los Angeles we benefit from the amenities of a large city and the culture it presents the visitor. We also benefit by being a barrio of our own to escape the more hectic pace of a big city with a more laid back, relaxed atmosphere.

This blog site is to inform readers and potential visitors about all the magnificent offerings that are within a small section of an often overlooked part of our State. San Pedro’s rich history lends itself to the curious mind of the vagabond. If you like adventure, The Vagabond Inn is a great launch pad. San Pedro’s recorded history dates back to the early 1500s. Before the Spanish arrived, the Native Americans of the Tongva tribe settled into what they referred to as Chaaw. When Portuguese explorer João Cabrillo landed, they considered the area the land of blessings and the most beautiful place on earth.

So much has changed, but the sun and the warmth of the people, along with the natural beauty of the area continue to shine brightly. We invite you to be our guest at the Vagabond Inn, but we also have great neighbors. We want what’s best for you so when making a reservation let us know your full itinerary and we’ll assist you with your plans to explore the area. In the meantime, check out our articles about the region, other hotels and all the wonderful choices you have when visiting San Pedro.