Land. Meet sea.
Big Sur, California Visitor Bureau   
Download Summer Concert Music schedule, or see concerts here.
All performances are from 1-4pm.

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Ragged Point Restaurant open every day.
Breakfast - 8:00 am to 11:00 am
Lunch - 12:00 pm to 4 pm.

Ragged Point Inn bacon burger - VisitBigSurCalifornia.com

Dinner - 5:00 pm to 9:00 p.m. 
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We also host meetings, corporate retreats, and reunions, with lodging and catering options.



Wedding Solarium (up to 110 people). Our beautiful flowered grounds on Pacific cliffs have hosted many weddings, large and small, with custom catering and lodging for all.
Ragged Point Inn
19019 California 1
Big Sur, CA 93452 US
Phone: 805-927-4502
Website: www.raggedpointinn.net

Download map of the grounds.

Ragged Point Art Gallery

Ragged Point Recreation/Hiking

Ragged Point Restaurant

Big Sur Visitor Bureau - Ragged Point Inn


Elevation: 350 feet. Views: one. Distance: forever.

Ragged Point Inn lodge - VisitBigSurCalifornia.com


If you're looking for a park-like setting with room to run and roam, the Ragged Point is for you. It's wide and open and sits on a cliff like all of Big Sur.

Now a major destination resort, the Ragged Point Inn began as a ramshackle snack shed with a Neon sign, two rusted fuel pumps and a couple of cheap trailers. No mas. Wiley and Mildred Ramey, visiting Big Sur in the 1950's, changed all of that, one rock and log at a time. This writer has visited many times and after driving south without an inch to spare as you navigate hair-pin, cliffs-edge turns, the movement of rocks and trees by Wiley and Mildred creates a welcome, open space. 



Now operated by the family's third generation, the Ragged Point Inn has 39 rooms, a gourmet restaurant, gift shop, artisan's gallery and coffee shop.

Ragged Point Inn restaurant deck - VisitBigSurCalifornia.com






The rooms are graciously decorated, warm and inviting. All cliff side and deluxe rooms have fireplaces and private balconies. Dogs are welcome in the garden rooms.

Visitors enjoy hiking across the road on the Sur Sur Ranch, meandering down the new beach trail just built, or driving nine miles south to see the elephant seal beach