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This bed and breakfast is clean enough, reasonably priced, and provides a good breakfast. That being said, there are a few drawbacks: I stayed in the building next door which is newer and more hotel like. The venetian blind was warped and let a lot...More
The first time I booked this place, I enjoyed the "Hotel" part that worked out quite well for me, last time I enjoyed room 6 in the old house and I think I'll be back again sometime to try it again. Room six has a...More
We are older seniors and it was perfect to be in town where we could walk to shops, restaurants and just enjoy the area. Easy location to find and perfect for driving to nearby attractions. We were in the annex, so be sure to say...More
My wife and I probably stayed in the room next to where "Tina TravelstheWorld" stayed, and our experience was very similar to hers. The room was not ritzy (go south on the highway a few miles if you want to stay at the Ritz), but...More
I thought I had booked a quaint B&B in Half Moon Bay. Instead I got a motel room with dirty frayed carpet. Nothing quaint about it. On the website the photos represent the rooms within the main historical house. But a lot of the rooms...More
$142 - $255 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We stayed in room 7 in the main house overlooking the street. It did not have an air conditioner. That said this is a coastal town and rarely gets hot enough for AC. We proped open a window to get fresh some air. We did... More
We stayed in room 7 in the main house overlooking the street. It did not have an air conditioner. That said this is a coastal town and rarely gets hot enough for AC. We proped open a window to get fresh some air. We did have a nice gas fire place that we used. The main house is the original building and that for us is part of the charm of the place.