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Red Roof Inn is an American chain of budget hotels founded in 1973 in Columbus, Ohio. The company owns and operates hundreds of hotels across the US, including one in Lompoc, Santa Barbara County. Instantly recognisable by its signature red roofs, this budget brand is known throughout the US for offering basic, comfortable accommodation at wallet-friendly prices.
Book a room in a Red Roof Inn and you'll find all the basic comforts you'll need for your stay, including WiFi, cable TV and in-room coffeemakers. Red Roof Plus+ Inns feature premium rooms with wood-effect flooring, mini-fridges and microwaves, plus HD TVs and snack boxes. Select Red Roof Inns, including the accommodation in Santa Barbara County, also offer complimentary continental breakfast to all guests. All Red Roof Inns accept pets without charge.
An hour's drive from downtown Santa Barbara, the vibrant town of Lompoc attracts visitors from all over California, who come for its wineries, historic missions, and to see the famous street murals known as Lompoc Old Town's open-air art gallery.
Book a room in a Red Roof Inn in Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, and you'll be within easy reach of many of Santa Barbara County's main attractions. Learn about the county's Chumash heritage at the Lompoc Museum, moments from main street, or take in a show at the Lompoc Civic Theatre.
Lompoc is close to a number of vineyards, many of which offer guided tours and free tastings. Don't miss a trip to La Purisima Mission, a striking 19th-century mission set in a 2,000-acre park with hiking trails, living history days and a visitors centre.
On the western edge of the Los Padres National Forest, Lompoc is a good base for hiking and outdoors activities. Pack a picnic and hike to Nojoqui Falls, a 100-foot-high waterfall.
After a day of exploring the Santa Barbara’s natural attractions, head back to your Red Roof Inn for a rest, before venturing for drinks or dinner in one of the bars and laid-back diners on Lompoc's main drag.