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We stayed 2 nights in what they call "deluxe queen". The room was very pleasant, large in size with high ceiling. Attractive wall paper up to height of doors, then walls painted white above that, adding to the open, roomy feeling. Hard wood floor. A...More
First, let me say that the Zaballa House is in a fantastic location - smack dab in the middle of the quaint Main Street of Half Moon Bay. They are sitting on a goldmine here, and if they would spend a little to update the...More
We stayed in one of the suites. I was very disappointed. No phone in the room. One fork to eat with. No guide for TV channels. No directions to use the heater in the bedroom. No directions to use the Gas Fireplace in the living...More
The rooms inside of the main house of this B&B give you more of an "experience". This last time we stayed in one of the rooms in the side building. This room had more of a motel feel - but the room was clean and...More
My best friend and I are pretty into haunted/supposedly haunted hotels (form your own opinions, we don't mind, we've heard it all! haha). We had read online, on a few websites actually, that Zaballa House possibly hosted a ghost or two and decided to take...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... 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.