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Inn at Depot Hill

250 Monterey Ave, Capitola, CA 95010-3358
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#2 of 4 B&Bs / Inns in Capitola
Near the beach in the quaint, Mediterranean-style resort of Capitola-by-the-Sea, this AAA 4-diamond rated inn boasts 12 uniquely designed guest rooms and suites, each with its own fireplace, and many featuring private patios with hot tubs. Guests enjoy a full gourmet breakfast each morning served in the main salon or delivered right to your room. Enjoy afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres, and our delicious homemade desert in the evening.
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250 Monterey Ave, Capitola, CA 95010-3358
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Lucy W wrote a review Sep 5
Sonoma, California19 contributions11 helpful votes
All of the rooms are unique. As we wanted a King bed there were just two rooms, one was the Costa Brava and we loved it with it's own deck and balcony. We also moved to the Paris room and found it cozy with a fire place. We thought the Manager Sager was very helpful, friendly and easy going. He gave us great dinner recommendations.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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A Hill wrote a review Sep 5
Hayward, California2 contributions
I stayed here part of Labor Day weekend w my fiancé in the Kyoto room. It was beautiful and relaxing w it’s own nearby parking space. The private zen garden and two person tub w rainfall shower were really nice additions to the room. We also really enjoyed the garden and breakfast in the room provided the next morning. Sayger (sorry if this is spelled wrong) gave us a wonderful tour of w building and provided great service. It is a very beautiful property. Love that it’s adults only two. That really added to the relaxed and calm atmosphere in a seaside town.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
LauraJ wrote a review Aug 2021
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Charming rooms, wonderful service, near downtown Capitola and walk along old railroad tracks. Nice patio were you can reserve to have breakfast. Breakfast was very good (pancakes one day, Eggs Benedict the 2nd day) . Stayed in the lovely Library room. You can hear traffic if windows are open but it does die down after 9 pm. Friends stayed in the Valencia room which has a nice sitting and dining area. Shower is in the deep whirlpool tub which can be inconvenient for some.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
ken c wrote a review Aug 2021
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We stayed two nights at the Inn at Depot Hill and had a great time. We were greeted by the manager, Sagar who is super friendly and helpful. We booked the Cote D'Azur room and really enjoyed the interesting decor, the thick fluffy towels, the very comfortable bed and the fireplace. We never got around to using the hot tub but it was available. Breakfast is cooked to order and just the right amount. We loved the olde Worlde look and feel of this converted Train depot, it's neat to have breakfast where 80 years ago Railway staff handed out tickets to passengers. A short walk takes you to the beach, or, in the other direction, Peets Coffee, and a really nice bakery etc. We will be visiting again.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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CAgrams wrote a review Jul 2021
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Three of us stayed here--2 in the Library Room and 1 in Sissinghurst. The rooms are very welcoming and well done in this former railway station converted to an inn. The check-in process was a bit complicated with locked doors and not enough personnel to make the process go smoothly. I live in the area and had always wanted to experience a stay here. Unhappily, the traffic noises and neighborhood noises have increased quite a bit. The adjoining small town of Capitola which used to be family-oriented and pleasant is not anymore. The streets were dirty and the restaurants both crowded and run--down. A person with a loud speaker blaring rap "music" which contained amazing amounts of profanity in front of the ice-cream store did not help the ambience, but perhaps things have changed in Middle-America and I have not.
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Date of stay: July 2021
United StatesCaliforniaCapitola
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Frequently Asked Questions about Inn at Depot Hill
Which popular attractions are close to Inn at Depot Hill?
Nearby attractions include Capitola Beach (0.2 miles), Capitola Historical Museum (0.2 miles), and It's Wine Tyme (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Inn at Depot Hill?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Inn at Depot Hill?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Inn at Depot Hill?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Inn at Depot Hill?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gayle's Bakery & Rosticceria, Shadowbrook Restaurant, and Paradise Beach Grille.
Is Inn at Depot Hill located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Capitola.
Are there any historical sites close to Inn at Depot Hill?
Many travelers enjoy visiting San Lorenzo River Railroad Bridge (4.8 miles).