Sleeps: 9 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2.5
Minimum Stay: 2 Nights Check-in: 4pm Check-out: 11am
A “Lul” Quoy is the Chumash tribe’s name for dolphin. It also means “to go in peace and to protect.” It is said that when the Chumash migrated to the mainland, their grandmother, Hutash, built them a rainbow bridge in order to get across. However, she told them not to look at the water below when they crossed the bridge. Some of the tribe did look down and fell. But because of the grandmother’s great love for her children, she turned them into dolphins before they hit the water.
The A “Lul” Quoy Cottage offers beautiful decorations, a cozy stone fireplace and two spacious decks for peaceful retreats just outside.