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I've stayed here 4-5 times over the last 5+ years. Usually 3 to 4 nights. I've always had a fine stay. an old renovated Inn in a very small town. As I say "A B&B without the B (Breakfast)" They do put out coffee, juice,...More
The small hotel is very nice and the rooms have good accommodations. It is right on highway 1 in the center of a very small town. The restaurant next door recently closed and was the only dinner spot in town.
Of greater concern is the...More
My room was large, clean, well-appointed, fireplace, the works. However, it was a room on the corner of the intersection, and really noisy over the holiday. The town is small and quiet, and the bakery and deli across the street are to die for. You...More
If you are looking for a quiet getaway from the hustle/bustle of the Bay Area, look no further. This unassuming older establishment in the sleepy hamlet of Tomales is just what the doctor ordered. Rooms are exceedingly clean, all well appointed, newly painted, very comfortable....More
We loved our overnight stay here while traveling up the coast. Our room was very clean, quiet, and furnished with beautiful antiques, while still having tv and Internet provided. Lovely 5 minute drive to watch the sunset at Dillon Beach. So glad we stopped here!
US$174 - US$255 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Rooms 1 & 2 face Highway 1, and they are separated from the other rooms with the breakfast area. The other rooms (3-10), are along a hallway and although I didn't stay in one too far back, I still did not encounter any... More
Rooms 1 & 2 face Highway 1, and they are separated from the other rooms with the breakfast area. The other rooms (3-10), are along a hallway and although I didn't stay in one too far back, I still did not encounter any problems with traffic noise.