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We stayed here for 2 nights on our honeymoon trip up the PCH. It was definitely our favorite place we stayed on the whole trip. I would have been happy to have stayed there the whole time. The room was clean, the 2 employees we...More
My husband and I stayed for 2 nights in the Forrest View Cabin. We shared a wall with the River view room. We only heard very light voices and footsteps here and there. The stay was quiet and peaceful. Just what we needed and was...More
We loved this hotel. We stayed in the tiny cabins across the street from the actual motor lodge (which looked nice too). The tiny cabins are nestled under the redwoods, and along the creek which will trickle you to sleep if you leave the windows...More
Went to Big Sur for a weekend away, with Highway 1 closed to the South it made for less traffic. We had three great weather days. This place is nestled amidst the Massive Redwoods. Very cool. Meals, great hikes. The fire pit outside the room...More
I spent my birthday weekend here a few days back & i could not have asked for a more perfect setup. First, upon check in, Andrew was kind & welcoming, very accommodating on any requests we had to make our stay even more worthwhile. It's...More
Been visiting BigSur for 35 years, often staying at Glen Oaks. Room choice should depend on what you like best. Motel rooms have been modernised , have heated shower room floor etc., nicely appointed and are close to... More
Been visiting BigSur for 35 years, often staying at Glen Oaks. Room choice should depend on what you like best. Motel rooms have been modernised , have heated shower room floor etc., nicely appointed and are close to front desk,; but they are quite small, in two blocks, each of rooms connected by rather thin walls, and are very near to the highway so can be a bit noisy. Cabins are very different, nicely furnished, mostly more secluded and offering at least some self-catering kit though mostly only microwave......some near the river, which is good to lull you to sleep! I think two are "semi-detached" so check if you would really prefer not to have a connected neighbour....Of course it's further to the office and the roadhouse for breakfast or free morning coffee/doughnut too! We think best is the one called "The Cottage" which is on the same side of the highway as the office, very secluded, and the only one which has full kitchen including oven, giant Smeg fridge-freezer and it has a very very comfortable bed.
Your choice! Good luck.....
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There is a massive landslide that closed CA 1 between LA and Glen Oaks Big Sur. It is supposed to reopen late summer. That is not a firm date. We went to Glen Oaks from Los Angeles in September 2017 and did have to take... More
There is a massive landslide that closed CA 1 between LA and Glen Oaks Big Sur. It is supposed to reopen late summer. That is not a firm date. We went to Glen Oaks from Los Angeles in September 2017 and did have to take 101 to Monterrey then go south on CA 1. Still completely worth it. Check online before your trip to see the status.