Ratings based on 78 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Pictures don't do it justicePosted Sep 24, 2015
Great room Clean Reception was great too Comfy bed
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Modesto, CA
Very charming hotel in a very charming town!Posted Jul 30, 2015
Had a great stay! Process of checking in and out went smoothly. Proprietors checked in on me to make sure I had my confirmation and entry code, etc. the room was clean, orderly and super cute. I loved the antiques! The only issue I had was that many things in and around the town were closed on the Tuesday I was there. One would think that extended hours would be in effect during the summer! Other than that, no complaints from me (except for the tub being really slippery). I would definitely stay there again!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from coupeville, WA
Comfy hotel, come and go as you please.Posted Jul 28, 2015
A very nice hotel stay. They accommodated our late arrival time when we called ahead. The breakfast was limited in options but there was a small restaurant and bakery across the street. Our only problem was a noisy street argument outside after the local bar closed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Sacramento
Quiet.Posted Jul 27, 2015
Pros: Everything was good. Nothing to dislike.
Location: Right on Pac Coast Highway. Ocean is 7 minute drive. Beautiful drive north or south. Drive to Muir Woods was awesome.
Tranquility. Saw owner/ workers twice & only for just a few minutes. Room was comfy. Bed was comfy- did not care for pillows. Short drive to coast.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 13, 2015
The room was very comfortable and super clean. The only drawback was a bit of stuffiness and staleness of the air.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Bay Area, California
Cute & CozyPosted Jul 1, 2015
Pros: Ease of check-in/check-out Cleanliness and comfort
Location: Short drive to nearby attractions: Point Reyes National Seashore, stables, kayaking, beachcombing, and fishing.
I took my two 10-year-old daughters on a visit to the Point Reyes National Seashore, where we hiked with friends. The girls and I stayed overnight at this little inn before taking a trail ride at Five Brooks Stables. Check-in was simple - they'd emailed me a key code to enter the lobby, and my room key was waiting for me at the front desk upon our arrival. Check-out was equally simple - drop the room key in a drop box at the front desk. We stayed in the Lavender Room, which was very cute, cozy, and clean. The inn was quiet, and the beds were comfortable. I was pleasantly surprised to find a mini refrigerator in our room, as that had not been advertised on the website, and to find coffee, tea, milk, and juice available in a common area. A few packets of instant oatmeal made for a light breakfast before leaving, which was yet another pleasant surprise. My only disappointment was not with the inn, but with the William Tell House Restaurant located just next door. I had planned to have dinner there the evening of our stay, but they were closed (despite their posted and website hours) - during our stay, I was told by a local that this restaurant's hours of operation are unpredictable.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Forestville & Modesto
Wonderful Bed!Posted Jun 29, 2015
Pros: Secure access and wonderful surroundings, attractive rooms - very nice!
Location: We visited Petaluma and enjoyed the shops, particularly the old bank. The William Tell Restaurant and the bakery are well worth a stop.
Clean and attractive, though small. LOVE the security keypad & having the key waiting for us at the counter. Saw no staff, but there was evidence of their commitment to our stay being pleasant. The restaurant and bar are both worth experiencing, and music abounds. You will notice a toilet plunger visible at the top of the stairs. Use it!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Walnut Creek, CA
Nice hotel near Dillon BeachPosted Jun 11, 2015
Pros: The room was very attractive and comfortable.
Cons: Have staff available for listed check-in time.
Location: Dillon Beach is close and interesting. Not far from Marshall and delicious oyster restaurants. Good stop for bikers.
This was a nice place in a charming very small town. If you arrive on a Monday be prepared to find a local phone which will work to call the phone number listed on the locked front door. Cell phones from out of the area will not work. After waiting a half hour past the listed check in time, 4 p.m., and pondering what to do, a local couple came to our rescue and phoned for the code to open the door. Inside on the front desk was an envelope with our name and a door key with the room number. The room was lovely, but it was eerie to be in a vacant hotel. A staff person did show up at 5:15 p.m., found us ice and told us she'd be there for about another hour. It was an unusual experience. Beautiful room, but somewhat disconcerting situation. Another aspect to be aware of is that the continental breakfast is only on weekends.
for Couplesby Arnold from Kelseyville, CA
Exploring Tomales and Bodega Bay, CaliforniaPosted Jun 10, 2015 on Hotels
Bed and other furnishings very comfortable. Hotel needs to spray for fleas.
for Couplesby Marcella from San Francisco
Comfortable, clean, and charmingPosted Jun 3, 2015 on Hotels
Last minute trip to get out of the City. The Continental was clean, charming, and easy to locate in the center of Tomales. The king size bed was extremely comfortable. We just walked next door to the William Tell for dinner, drinks, and the Giants game at the bar. It was great!