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The Lodge at Point Reyes
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Reviewed September 4, 2013

Stayed here for one night on our way back south after three great days up near Mendocino. Plenty of availability so why did they recommend we stay in the end bedroom which backed onto the generator which made an awful noise and seemed to spring into life just after I got into bed. yes, they did move us to another room which was $10 more but scrabbling around with your stuff and dragging clothes back on is not ideal...and they did come to the room to listen and agreed the noise was bad but didn't know what it was......the generator we discovered the next morning on the other side of the wall must have been it I think.

And then there was the jacuzzi bath, with a plug which didn't work.

The room was $185 a night, plus tax, actually our most expensive stay anywhere and breakfast was very average d.i.y. Buffet style and clear away your own plates and rubbish, and not in an attractive room either. Also when I asked if they could fill our water bottles as the cold water in the bedroom was coming through the tap semi-warm, they questioned the temperature of the water and it was obviously too much trouble.

Personally, I think this place has an over-inflated opinion of how good it thinks it is....also 5 acres of 'garden'...oh come on, hardly!

As I said, all in all a great disappointment.

Room Tip: Do not stay in room 12 and definitely if you choose to stay spend the extra $10 for the $195 room...the difference for the money is huge.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank polli396
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Reviewed August 30, 2013

This inn has a terrific restaurant, a cool bar (where a scene from the classic horror movie "The Fog" was shot) and is right next door to a convenience store. We were on a hiking trip with a lot of family members and we loved the place. It is close to several trails that we were hiking, so it works perfectly for inn-to-inn hiking--such as from here to the Tomales Bay Resort or Samuel P. Taylor State Park.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Evan M
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Reviewed August 29, 2013

This is really a quaint place. Yes, it is located right on the old California Highway 1 - but that highway after 9pm is pretty quiet. It is not "seaside" or on the shore. In fact, there is a 30 minute drive over to the Pacific. The Pacific beaches here are also hidden and only rock - but picturesque. But if you are looking for a cozy, warm place to stay along Hwy 1 - I would recommend this place. It needs a few updates - the décor is somewhat dated (80's light fixtures etc), but rooms are well appointed. The garden in the back was beautiful and walk to the creek as well. The double shower in our room (#7) was nice but the maid needs to pay attention a little more to the mold on the tile grout. We ate next door at the Farmhouse Restaurant, good service and food was good (nothing great), however somewhat pricey. It was convenient though. Overall: nice comfy and casual place to stay on the old highway.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled on business
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Thank td397
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Reviewed August 21, 2013

A friend introduced me to this Lodge and we have been twice now! It is such a treat. Each room has a little deck or balcony that overlooks the lovely lawn that goes down to a creek. You can even hike past the creek to the Point Reyes Visitors Center! (an easy walk). The lack of a TV is great as you enjoy the location more. Also, the décor in the rooms is very cute and cozy. Some rooms even have fireplaces.

The continental breakfast is fine with a cute dining room and deck overlooking the lawn!
It is going on as one of my favorite places!

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Phyllis B
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Reviewed August 18, 2013

We stayed in room 10. Good sized room and nicely furnished. 4G service was spotty, no TV, but there was a guest computer in the lobby. None of that bothered me since I wanted to unplug. Bathroom was small with limited counter space due to the pedestal sink but the jacuzzi tub was great. Grounds were magnificent. Breakfast was relatively basic. Overall, the place was very nice but a little on the pricey side.But then, there isn't a lot of competition in the area.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank kk572
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