Spend an afternoon, night and morning in the lighthouse in July with wife and three kids. The setting on the cliffy coast is romantic and impressing. With harsh weather conditions it could surely be exciting or almost scary. At least if you imagine being a sailor in old days approaching the coast in a small vessel…
Buildings and facilities are authentic. They could without much correction frame a movie pretending to be from the 70s. They invite to reflection without all the noises and modern conveniences you find other places. And this said, it should be added that the hygiene is OK and you find what you need for eating, bathing and sleeping. Back to basics. Staff was welcoming and relaxed. Really aligned with the general atmosphere.
Great to make a run or a walk on the beach. Youngest Kid, Emil, managed to get wet shoes. Big laugh. Better than many experiences bought for money other places on our three week trip in wonderful California.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Fifty miles south of San Francisco, you can relax in a hot tub with a panoramic view of the ocean and then fall asleep gazing up at one of the tallest lighthouses in America. Perched on a coastal bluff, HI-Pigeon Point Lighthouse provides affordable shared and private accommodations in historic former lighthouse keeper's quarters. Amenities include fully equipped guest kitchens, free WiFi, and on-site parking. Nearby attractions include Pescadero Marsh and Ano Nuevo State Reserve. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hostelling International-Pigeon Point Lighthouse Hotel Pescadero