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Los Angeles
Reviewed April 10, 2017

Lingonberry Farm is a beautiful red farmhouse at the end of a private road. The rooms are spotless and good-sized, and the bedding and towels are high quality. It's just a few minutes from Point Reyes Station, which is a lovely town with galleries and restaurants. The price is excellent, and the only drawback is that there is not a...

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Fairfield, Connecticut
Reviewed May 24, 2016

Booked room at last minute on a Saturday afternoon, when I decided to stay overnight at Point Reyes. Very clean room, decorated in a light and airy Scandinavian style. No shoes allowed in the house so bring your slippers or use theirs.. Very quiet, back from the road. Alpacas and sheep in a pen out front. I stayed in the...

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Woodland, California
Reviewed April 24, 2016

I heartily recommend Lingonberry Farm. It is very near Point Reyes Station, off Highway 1, in a pretty, farm-like setting. My room was spacious, uncluttered, and immaculately clean. The owner was friendly and efficient. I didn't get to meet any of the various animals, but would have liked to! It's not the cheapest place around, but it is quiet, attractive,...

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Paris, France
Reviewed October 15, 2015

Nice quite B&B without the second B unfortunately The farm is in a very quiet place not far from the main road. The room was nice and clean and not so bare as was described by previous guests. Nothing to complain about, on the contrary when you remember the little terrace in front of the room. The main disappointment comes...

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Richmond, California, United States
Reviewed September 16, 2015

We were delighted to stay upstairs in the Skane room with lots of room and light. The bed was very comfortable and the overall environment clean and healthy. Books and decor are reminiscent of Sweden. Our kind and busy hosts do not serve breakfast but there is a truly charming breakfast room with several tables, a fireplace and lots of...

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1Thank Diana P
Reviewed May 10, 2015 via mobile

The house is on a farm with alpaca, sheep, cats, doe, fawn, hummingbirds, crows, Hawks, insects, gardens, and horses nearby. The house is very cute and the rooms are clean, with individual bathrooms with tubs. Due to the water shortage, guests are encouraged to take quick showers, which is good as you can hear the showers going. There is a...

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San Francisco, California
Reviewed October 17, 2014

We've stayed at many places in the Pt. Reyes area, but all of them were booked, so we decided to try this one out. It's nicely situated on a hill, so even though it's right on Route 1 it feels quiet and private. Our room was spotlessly clean, but a bit spartan (bring your own shampoos and lotions). To our...

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Los Angeles
Reviewed March 12, 2014

My husband and I stayed 2 nights here in 2012 and had a lovely time. Here are a few pros and cons to help decide if it's for you: Pros: A very pleasant, but not too talkative couple owns the farm and let us help feed the Alpacas. They were shy, had long eyelashes and were adorable. The rooms are...

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9Thank AfterDinner
Reviewed August 22, 2013

A friend and I stayed at Lingonberry Farm for a long weekend of hiking in Point Reyes. We wanted someplace quiet and a bit out of the way, that would supply us with a good breakfast since we would be carrying out lunches with us out into the world. Lingonberry farm was perfect for us. The room was quiet, bright,...

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Reviewed July 24, 2013

This b&b is something straight out of Europe. It is extremely clean and well kept. Easy access to Point Reyes Station (little town), hiking trails down the road, and kayaking in Tomales Bay. The breakfast was the highlight: morning #1= egg souflet, chicken apple sausage, Swedish pancakes, fresh fruit, local jam, coffee and fresh squeezed oj. The only downside is...

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  • Free Parking
  • Free Internet
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
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Additional Information about Lingonberry Farm

Address: 12430 State Route One, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
Location: United States > California > Marin County > Point Reyes Station
Price Range: $140 - $160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
Also Known As:
Lingonberry Farm Hotel Point Reyes Station
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“The Skane room has the balcony and the view towards the bay - other rooms open out onto the garden patio which is facing the hills on the other side of the house from the bay. The garden is a more private outdoor space, but I for one prefer balconies and sunsets.”
  • Sunset from the Skane balcony
WanderingPainter, Aug 22, 2013 | Read review
“The Sakne room is very comfortable”
FrancoisH290, Feb 4, 2013 | Read review
“Skane room is on the second floor and has a good view. It is airy and light.”
Foxdog, Aug 19, 2012 | Read review
“Darlana was perfect for us. Oland is a little close to the breakfast room, if you are trying to sleep in. Didn't see the one upstairs, but views must be pretty nice.”
anka30, Jul 5, 2012 | Read review
“I liked our room, the closest one to the front door, good morning light, the Olanda room I think.The upstairs room has a small balcony and you can see Tomales Bay from there.”
2012jane, Mar 1, 2012 | Read review
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