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What a surprise stay and worth the walk-in! Renovated sardine cannery in 2006, is quite impressive. Rooms are clean and all with a view. Queen and King bed options with great mattresses. Tile floors so be sure to pack slippers. Common area between wings of...More
Inn at the Wharf is fairly new. Originally a Sardine Factory ,the owners have, imaginatively converted it into a high quality hotel with a view of the Bay from every bedroom. In addition they have recently added three "cottages" with bedrooms, suites and porches that...More
This is an old place that has been redone and the rooms are very nice.
We were right on the water, could drop a pebble into the ocean from our balcony.
The restaurant is very nice and the employees are the best!
We keep a list of best nights we've ever stayed in hotels/motels/B&B. Important criteria are the view from your bed, and overal hygiene/comfort.
The have become of new #2 best night ever (#1 is "Aah, the view" in Hawaii. Not likely we'll even find better....More
We just had a wonderful weekend at The Inn at the Wharf. Our room was like it was right over the water (almost was!) and the views were excellent. All was very clean, comfortable, and the central kitchen and deck areas gave us all we...More
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They have two retrofitted Condos and I was in one of them on the lower level which was a one room motel like unit. I believe that the main floor was a two or three bedroom unit since it sounded like there was an army above... More
They have two retrofitted Condos and I was in one of them on the lower level which was a one room motel like unit. I believe that the main floor was a two or three bedroom unit since it sounded like there was an army above me walking around and talking all the time. The interior walls and upper floor had poor if any sound proofing.