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We have been to many B&Bs and this is by far the very best we have ever stayed in. From the moment we arrived we felt like family. The setting is spectacular! The views are more beautiful in person. You can hear the ocean while...More
Wonderful bed and breakfast with great views over the Pacific from the garden, a friendly and extremely helpful staff who put a lot of effort into the breakfast and great location to go and spend time with the redwoods. Brian offers a complementary wine tasting...More
We truly enjoyed our stay at the Lost Whale. My boys enjoyed searching the tidal pools for starfish and crabs. The Sea lions and seals were a bonus as they hung out on the rocks below. The breakfast and afternoon appetizers were great. The staff...More
Very warm welcome. Amazing spot with delightful gardens, great to sit outside gazing at the sea or enjoy the company of other guests around the fire. Great room with wonderful view from the Gray Whale room: comfortable bed & good bathroom. Pleasant breakfast room with...More
My husband and I just finished our anniversary trip and we stopped here for two days along the way! We were blown away by the hospitality and how welcoming Sarah was when we arrived. The views and inn are prettier then the photos could express....More
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$221 - $222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We visited in mid-September and the weather was great. Highs in the 70's and lows in the 50's. It felt sooo good - coming from HOT and humid Louisiana! We had lots of sun, but they were expecting a couple days of rain... More
We visited in mid-September and the weather was great. Highs in the 70's and lows in the 50's. It felt sooo good - coming from HOT and humid Louisiana! We had lots of sun, but they were expecting a couple days of rain when we left. Obviously that is something you just can't anticipate too far in advance. It seems like September is the best time to visit - but honestly, I would touch base with some of the locals there. Brian at the Lost Whale Inn (or probably anyone there) could tell you for sure. I believe their "rainy season" begins in November and lasts several months? But I'm not completely sure about that. I would definitely check with some of the people and business owners that live there. During our September visit, we saw lots of elk, some whales, some seals, sea lions, neat birds etc. There were many pretty flowers in bloom as well.
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"We loved the Sea Lion room. You can sit in bed and watch the ocean."