Michael and Connie Adnoff were both fortunate to be raised in Newport Beach.
It was on their beloved peninsula where they met, dated, fell in love and raised their own four children.
Recalling his Saturday summer chores (after surfing, of course),
Mike’s boyhood job entailed sweeping sand from the boardwalk
and cleaning bathrooms and kitchens in his parents’ four vacation
units next door to their oceanfront home on 14th Street. Connie’s
parents purchased their 34th Street vacation cottage in 1958,
which was regularly offered to friends and visiting missionaries from
their church. As a result of growing up in a culture of hospitality,
a deep sense of service to others was organically instilled in both Mike and Connie.
Early days of Beachview
In 1995, the Adnoff family began offering the small studio unit
above their garage to friends and visitors. They operate Beachview
in the same spirit of hospitality: as if they are welcoming guests into
their own home. Over the years, the number of vacation homes
they manage has grown and their services continue to expand
and evolve, but their business model remains as hands-on and
personal as ever.
“Helping the many vacationing guests we host throughout the
year discover or re-kindle a love and respect for our magical
hometown brings us tremendous joy”.