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We stayed here with our family for our grand daughter's graduation from Cal Poly this past weekend. It reminds me of the late 50's. It is very clean, quiet and the rooms in the back were quiet with a wonderful view of the mountains. It...More
Stayed at the Peach Tree for 1 night as part of a 2 week tour of California. We booked based on the reviews here so had a good idea that we were getting a good place at a reasonable price.
From the time we walked...More
I stayed here for work on a Thursday night. The rooms are clean and the bed was soft. There is free wireless and breakfast starts at 6 am. There is a trolley stop in front of the hotel that will take you to the farmers...More
This hotel is nicely situated within walking distance to downtown SLO. It is well maintained, quiet, and run with customers in mind. The free breakfast is excellent, coffee included. Management is friendly and helpful. Am trying to book a return for June 2013 only to...More
We stopped at SLO after a drive down Highway 1 from San Francisco. We chose the Peach Tree Inn because it was cheap and quite highly rated on TA. It was easy to find with a GPS. The place looked more like a motel than...More
Response from michaelbD7785DX | Reviewed this property |
No, there isn't. My experience with the train has been that it is not on schedule, so public transportation left me abandoned at the depot. There were no rental agencies open and I was stuck. Uber is the best solution.
Response from CsquaredColorado | Reviewed this property |
Very close. Much closer than downtown and there is a bus stop out front that can take you to campus. Don't try parking on campus unless you have a parking permit. I would guess a mile from campus. From the Peach Tree, go a... More
Very close. Much closer than downtown and there is a bus stop out front that can take you to campus. Don't try parking on campus unless you have a parking permit. I would guess a mile from campus. From the Peach Tree, go a block towards downtown and go right on Grand, take that all the way to campus.
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"I would request a room towards the back of the property to stay farther away from the road noise."