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Meet Hailey & Max
Travelers all of their lives, siblings Hailey and Max Waitt are collectors of the stays that stood out. The experiences that held meaning. The moments that we travel for. In intimately understanding the range of what’s possible, and what’s most valuable, in a hospitality experience, the two set forth with their own nuanced vision of serving the discerning traveler — starting in their beloved hometown by the sea.
Built as a family home for former lemon rancher, George Kautz. Designed by architect Irving Gill and landscaped by horticulturist Kate Sessions.
Designated as a Historical Landmark by the San Diego Historical Resources Board
Opened as a Bed & Breakfast after renovation and expansion
Discovered by Orli Owners, Max & Hailey Waitt
1913Built as a family home for former lemon rancher, George Kautz. Designed by architect Irving Gill and landscaped by horticulturist Kate Sessions.
1983Designated as a Historical Landmark by the San Diego Historical Resources Board
1985Opened as a Bed & Breakfast after renovation and expansion
2020Discovered by Orli Owners, Max & Hailey Waitt
Protecting Our Oceans
Both Hailey and Max serve on the board of the Waitt Foundation, a La Jolla-based non-profit organization making strides in marine preservation around the globe through funding and grantmaking. This non-profit takes a hands-on, partnership-oriented approach to help end overfishing, create Marine Protected Areas, facilitate Marine Spatial Planning, raise awareness, and more. Founding partners of the Blue Prosperity Coalition, the Waitt Foundation’s principal mission is to support governments in achieving their own fisheries and ocean conservation goals.