I went with my family on an overnight trip to Pt Reyes. We were able to get a last minute booking for MLK weekend, which was great.
The rooms were nicely furnished and decorated, although a little small. One pleasant surprise is that although you're on a main road, rooms are very quiet. The fireplace is a nice touch.
Breakfast is good- fruit, pastries, coffee and tea.
One great point is that you can go hiking into the park from the backyard of the lodge - no need to get back into the car again. This was great for my family - after spending a couple hours in the car, we arrived at 4:00, and we had a beautiful hike before it got dark.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Lodge at Point Reyes features 22 rooms and 2 cottages located on three acres, which adjoins the 71,000 acres of the Point Reyes National Park and is a short drive from some of the best beaches in Northern California. The Lodge is designed to feel like a private country estate with all the amenities of a modern inn. All rooms offer private bathrooms, telephones, radiant heat warmed floors, down comforters and pillows, as well as views of Olema Creek, our lush lawns and gardens, the Inverness Ridge and Mt. Wittenberg. Rooms are private and many have Jacuzzi tubs or fireplaces. Complimentary WiFi. Rates are based on single or double occupancy and include a delectable continental breakfast. The Lodge has an onsite restaurant (featuring local oysters), historic bar, and market. Close to San Francisco and Wine Country. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Point Reyes Seashore Hotel Olema