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We have stayed at Zaballa House many times and have a well rounded and generally favorable perspective of this property given its price point. We have long appreciated their location and very nice breakfast. However, our perspective may be changing. On a very recent stay...More
The hotel could be better maintained. It's relatively clean but tired. Carpet is worn, furniture is low grade. Bed is passable. It just seems like it would be easy for the hotel management to do better. It's in a great location relative to the town...More
You are right in the middle of downtown Half Moon Bay with lots of little arts and crafts shops, a little grocery store and plenty of coffee shops. I stayed two nights. There is a little Chinese restaurant with carryout to the left and the...More
I wish I could find one nice thing to say about this hotel but sadly that is not the case. Checked in on a Friday evening to a room that was 90° with the heater off, the bed was a slab and the pillows and...More
We were evacuated from our house in Sonoma during the wildfires. Nowhere to go. We drove towards San Francisco, but all rooms were taken. After a night in a poor hotel in San Fran (we were glad to get anything!) we headed further south to...More
We stayed in room 7 in the main house overlooking the street. It did not have an air conditioner. That said this is a coastal town and rarely gets hot enough for AC. We proped open a window to get fresh some air. We did... More
We stayed in room 7 in the main house overlooking the street. It did not have an air conditioner. That said this is a coastal town and rarely gets hot enough for AC. We proped open a window to get fresh some air. We did have a nice gas fire place that we used. The main house is the original building and that for us is part of the charm of the place.