If you want some quiet, go for room 8. It's furthest away from Pacific Highway and you can barely hear any noise pollution. Then again, I went in the middle of the low season, so I can't speak for peak season. When you contact them, you get a reply as if it's a big business of some sort. It's a family business. The husband or wife will be the one replying. They are very friendly people and will do everything they can to help you.
Obviously there was different manageI don't know about the rest of the rooms, but I'll write my review purely from what I experienced. I had a large flat screen TV, Queen sized (comfy) bed, private bathroom (each room has one), a small fridge, microwave, chest of drawers, a table with two chairs and a light, and unlimited fast wifi.
Bedrooms are made on demand, rather than daily. There is one parking bay per room below the house (the house is raised). There is a raised balcony opposite room 1 that looks out to the street and beach. Nice place to chill, that is. There is a CVS/Pharmacy literally a block away that supplies most consumables you'll need and Zack's surfboard has an alright range of boards on Huntington beach faced Northside of the pier.
I had three issues with the place. Firstly, aside from the microwave there are no cooking appliances. Main street is only a few blocks away though and that has an array of eating options. Secondly, there is no cutlery immediately available. This problem is solved easily though as the owners have a plentiful supply of paper plates and plastic eating utensils. Third, there are no showers or anywhere to hang clothes to dry (not that I saw anywhere). There is a laundromat on (if I remember correctly) 17th & Olive streets (small shopping complex - remember to take heaps of quarters!). The above problems are relatively easily solved, hence a very good rating.
- Also Known As:
- Huntington Surf Hotel Huntington Beach