La Jolla and San Diego was our first stop on a 3 week road trip. Redwood Hollow are little cottages in a 'rustic' setting within gardens at the far end of La Jolla town. These cottages are reasonable priced (though everything there is expensive) and if you fancy somewhere quiet are perfect. As one other reviewer pointed out they are a little worn, but I think this is part of the charm.
La Jolla itself is a gorgeous place, lovely little town, great beach and lovely people. It's quite upmarket, but there is a lot of variety of places to eat and drink at whatever price range you fancy. San Diego is about a half hour drive away (there is no public transport) and is awesome, I wish we had a little longer there to explore.
Overall I would say that Redwood Hollow is a great place for somewhere basic to stay in a lovely place, however of you want something luxurious I would suggest looking at the upmarket hotel options.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Redwood Hollow Cottages is a historic garden oasis 400 feet from a sandy beach in La Jolla Village. We have studios, one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom separate cottages. Most have full kitchens, and some have wood burning fireplaces. All cottages have individual Internet connections and their own Wi-Fi reception. We are in a quiet residential location set on 1/2 acre of gardens. The Village with shops and restaurants is four blocks away. We welcome you to our charming hotel alternative in America's Riviera. ... more less
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- Redwood Hollow - La Jolla Cottages Hotel La Jolla