Just got back from an overnight stay at the Inn at The Tides. We stayed in room 1211 which was a king bed with fireplace room. Room was nice, clean and well appointed. The problems we had were: #1 - no heat! At 10:00 PM. we returned to our room and found out that the heater did not work. Tried to light up the fireplace and encountered problem #2 - green, unseasoned firewood. We heat our home with a wood stove and are very familiar with fires. Took about an hour just to get the logs lit and they were so green they hardly put out any heat. Burned up all the kindling keeping it lit and finally decided to go to bed. Spent a chilly night for sure! Left a comment sheet behind detailing the problems and we will see if the establishment contacts us in the future. This is the second time we have stayed here, the first stay was quite nice. We will probably go back in the future but might have to bring some decent wood to burn!
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- A charming inn located on a hillside in a clustered village atmosphere. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inn At The Tides Hotel Bodega Bay
- Hotel At The Tides
- At The Tides Hotel
- Inn Bodega Bay