gotta tell ya, compared to the many other B&B's and nice hotels we have stayed in the last 17 yrs, this one missed the mark.. Location had a great deal to do with it. There
is nothing as frustrating as staying in a beach town that has nothing to do when it rains, only 1 great restaurant (Hoppes), and a couple antique stores (with a history of
very rude staff)......to shop in- nothing else. The Inn sits on a dull mainstreet. The front door is always locked. Guests are given keys to open the doors in the back/parking area. If you want in, you have to walk around. Different and irritating, especially in the rain. we had the largest room- Sunset was very large, but honestly, we used the front room basically as a place to iron. It had a small, uncomfortable loveseat that drooped, a small desk and a small table with 2 large, uncomfortable wood upright chairs. WE suggest a comfortable long couch to snuggle/lay on to read or watch DVD's. Perhaps one that converts to a bed . Utilize that space for a group of 4 ??? .The bathroom was very nice- good jacuzzi tub, and the bedroom lovely- although the bed too hard.. the balcony was large, but had live electric/telephone wires
hanging probably 2 feet from the edge of the balcony. Nightly snacks consisted of the same cheese slices and the first night a little puff pastry appetitzer that was innovative and
tasty. The 2nd night, valentines (so pump it up a bit!) had some dip stuff , along with the same boring cheese slices /summer sausage that might
have come from costco. the cold milk in the ice bucket was cute, as were cookies. these
were delivered doorside, without charge. One thing that really gripped us was if you wanted breakfast in your room- it was an extra !5.00 per person, per bkfst !!! Make that
a perk for your high dolla!r room !!!!! And maybe $5 per person for the other rooms- your place is NOT that big ! The young ladies working the Inn were sweet- but not a lot of
direction or idea's on what do to. For almost $1000 we were left flat. Breakfast was skimpy, except for the apple french toast that was undercooked and slimy sweet. Loved the baked egg dish though, but serviing skimpy. Sorry SUnset Inn- for the price, the experience missed the mark. You need to try a little bit harder. We recommend staying in either Morro Bay, Avila, or Cambria for a more relaxing, varied, and romantic experienc.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Cayucos Sunset Inn is a welcoming, open building trimmed with beautiful flowers and hedges. We have a shaded patio in front for the guests to relax in. The patio opens to our quaint dinning area where we serve a free breakfast and hold a complementary wine and cheese hour. Our five rooms vary in size. Four are located upstairs with ocean view patios. The rooms open to a living room area with a television, electric fire place, and couch in the front. Through the small hall, the bedrooms have luxurious king size beds, additional electric fire places, and small refrigerators. Each of these four rooms have jacuzzi tubs and rain shower heads. We have a smaller downstairs room we offer as well. We are located in a small throwback beach town. Our building is about a block from the beach with ocean views up top. The Inn is located on the main road up from Cayucos's restaurants and shops. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cayucos Sunset Hotel Cayucos