Stayed with my wife and children for three nights in Yurt 3 with two queen doubles. It's very luxurious, even for glamping and much more like being on safari. The yurts have basins with potable water, comfy beds, table and chairs and verandah. They also have heating which you may well need as even in August it was chilly both night and day.
The bathroom facilities are immaculately clean and the lodge puts on a decent breakfast each morning. We ate in the sushi restaurant one evening and whilst the quality is high so are the prices.
We found McWay Falls stunning, Limekiln Park a great hike and Sand Dollar Bay a quiet and beautiful beach (but on the cold side). Convenience store in Gorda is the most reasonable for miles.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Unusual and unique eco-lodge experience with immense and expansive ocean views on Big Sur's remote and rugged south coast. Guests enjoy cozy comforts in fully furnished tent-like yurts or choose a campsite and bring all their own tents/gear to camp. Resort 'feel' in rustic setting. Two popular restaurant venues with cozy, communal atmosphere boast great service, organic, locally sustained cuisine with same great views. Massage services, hiking information, and modern book & sundries store on premises. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Treebones Resort Big Sur
- Treebones Hotel Big Sur