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We went to this hotel for our 28th anniversary, and it was just lovely. We wanted to stay in Point Reyes, but it seemed there was nothing available so we booked here. We were so pleasantly surprised by the quaintness of the place, and the...More
This is definitely the most unique places that I've ever stayed at. I was greeted by the only person that was working there, and she gave me a tour around my room. The rooms come with a "The Continental Inn" binder, providing information about the...More
This is a very quaint hotel (bed and breakfast). Here are the pros and cons:
Pros: central location: Close to Bodega Bay, Dillon Beach and Point Reyes.
Quaint hotel : turn of the century with modern baths
Cons: No one was there to greet you...More
I've consistently had great visits here for five years now. The cozy room with the little kitchen and fireplace feels like home. Wonderful bed, large bath with great hot water, everything you need. Yummy continental breakfast, friendly and accommodating hosts who never feel obtrusive. You...More
The continental hotel is a great reproduction of a Victorian hotel. We stayed in room 7 (Lords and Ladies) and were pleased with the room in terms of the size, cleanliness and the antique furniture. The bed was very comfortable and we had a good...More
US$173 - 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.