Clean spacious rooms , great food , a small hotel more like a B&B the owner is very nice she has a lovely dog , the town is very small a great to stay for a night or two no more. Not much to do in town we stayed as we were passing through
A lovely old fashioned style hotel situated within a delightful village. The room was clean and tidy with a large en-suite. The owners were charming and very helpful and we enjoyed superb dinners and tasty breakfasts. A great place to say and do go on one of Dans boats trips, which are fantastic.
Large spacious room with Wi-Fi and flat screen TV, good en suite facilities. Food tasty and drinks available including wines and beers. Fabulous boat trip with Dan out to the Pacific a well worth addition if you are staying here.
The hotel was very clean, rooms small they had wi fi but my TV didn't work and we suspected it was the satellite. I had salmon dinner in their restaurant which was so good if I was alone I would licked the plate. If I were in that location again I would stay and eat there again
If you're in Zeballos, this means that already you're special. This village isn't for weaklings. Dripping with authentic history not sanitized for tourists, the village is a gold mine for history buffs where old buildings and the main street tell great stories about their rough and ready gold rush past. The place to stay is the Cedars Inn which is an historic building itself - once the old Red Cross Hospital. (And if you're male, don't let Cristine put you in room 14 - that ghost doesn't like males.) Cristine cooks up great food at her Blue Heron Restaurant, liquor is inexpensive with a surprising choice, the rooms are clean and cozy and the locals friendly. Don't expect 5-star - you can 'do' the Hilton anytime, but Zeballos and the Cedars Inn are unique.