Bottom line--gorgeous views.
Not fancy, but decent.
No phones in rooms, but small tvs in rooms--frankly we were entertained mostly by the ocean. People don't come to a town like this for anything but what nature provides.
Cell phone service limited to Verizon.
If you need someone to reach you about an emergency while you're staying there, the person can use their 1800 number, and the innkeeper on duty can contact you in your room. I thought this was important to know, and they don't really let you know until you get there.
Town is tiny, sweet, quiet, and peaceful.
Great place as a stopover, like a one-night stay.
Pretty good value considering other choices.
Close to sea ranch, but more resources like convenience stores and gas, etc. than sea ranch offers.
Although the 2nd floor rooms are probably better for privacy, the first floor is certainly wonderful too.
Enjoy the jetted large bathtub and the views of the seals in the ocean!
I'd probably stay there again, just for the peace and quiet, the sounds of the waves, and the views, but I'd want to go when I don't have to pay the premium rates that I did.
By the way, the Top of the Cliff restaurant (recommended by the front desk) is closeby (a quick walk) and decent, but I'd look around for another restaurant that's a better value. The bar area made the restaurant noisy. Entree/dinners about $30. I ordered the seafood bake and it was a little fishy--
Come for the views, and don't expect extravagance.
- Also Known As:
- Seacliff On The Bluff Hotel Gualala
- Seacliff On The Bluff Gualala