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All reviewssandy hookmunicipal lotboutique hotelsouth street seaportthe jersey shorewalking distance to the ferryboutique stylenice balconytwo blocksnice clean hotelnew yorkroom was largecomfortable roomshome away from homeone night staycopper canyonblue bay
Won a free night's stay accompanied by free dinner at Copper Canyon, so we took the opportunity the night before our anniversary since we could only use it Monday through Thursday. We're locals and familiar with Atlantic Highlands, but never stepped foot near the beautiful...More
Room 212 was comfortable with balcony and it was a great accommodation for our weekend getaway. We did not want to wake up because we were so comfortable and happy during the Nor'easter storm. The Copper Canyon is a fantastic spot also. I have never...More
One size up is worth the extra $10. Room very nice, but bathroom is very basic.
Parking a little remote. Very good restaurants nearby. We stay here whenever visiting our daughter nearby. Would recommend it.
We recently moved to Atlantic Highlands and had stayed at the Blue Bay INN many times while building our new home. So, when it came time for my B-Day celebration we reserved a block of rooms at the Blue Bay for friends and family who...More
My husband and I were looking for a nice, reasonably priced hotel for one night with our young kids before heading to Sandy Hook the next day. Blue Bay Inn fit the bill. It's a charming boutique hotel. Our room had two full beds, which...More
Response from ToniBolloni | Reviewed this property |
they are only a partial view now as there has been building work since our first stay, blocking the view..but it's literally 5 mins to the ocean and there is a lovely cafe called Sissy's to sit and watch the boats go by
It would be about a 3.5 mile walk or bike ride. You could take the bike path from the Atlantic Highlands Marina to downtown Highlands, trek to the end of Bay avenue, up the hill to the bridge. Cycling across the new bridge... More
It would be about a 3.5 mile walk or bike ride. You could take the bike path from the Atlantic Highlands Marina to downtown Highlands, trek to the end of Bay avenue, up the hill to the bridge. Cycling across the new bridge is safe and easy - and you can bike the length of the beach! So it's a great trip to make by bike with lots of lunch options along the way, but not if you intend to bring beach gear. Stay to the middle of the walking paths - the natural flora of the Hook includes a lot of poison ivy. There used to be a flock of goats brought out each year to eat it up and keep it in check.