In general I really liked this lodge. We stayed in the Sir Francis Drake Room. Dated decor but very clean with a fabulous view of the very inviting gardens. We had been staying at the Golden Hinde Inn and this was such a massive jump up in lodging, I didn't notice anything but the good stuff.
The one truly problematic issue was that in our room, and I suspect most rooms, you could hear all conversations that took place in the main lobby. It was annoying to evesdrop on each conversation. The front door SLAMS shut each time someone goes in or out and it shakes the whole lovely building each and every time. We happened to stay there while part of a wedding party was also there. The door slammed so many times that night I almost started counting door slams instead of sheep. Luckily I was exhausted and went back to sleep after each fit of door slams.
Jacuzzi tub is silly. It only fits one person and takes a massive amount of water to run. The gardens were lovely!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Adjoining the Point Reyes National Park, the Point Reyes Seashore Lodge is designed to feel like a private country estate with all of the amenities of a modern inn. Featuring 22 rooms and 2 cottages, all rooms are private and many have Jacuzzi tubs or fireplaces. Complimentary WiFi. Onsite restaurant (featuring local oysters), historic bar and deli. Close to San Francisco and Wine Country. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Point Reyes Seashore Hotel Olema