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... the pier, as we were covered in bits of crab after some enthusiastic shell cracking.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Bath Street Inn Santa Barbara
Warm welcome and great breakfast!
My wife and I were met with a warm welcome at this wonderful little B&B, despite arriving somewhat later than planned. We were given great advice on where to eat in town.
Breakfast was excellent and overall our stay was extremely comfortable and great value. We would wholeheartedly recommend this establishment!
Wonderful B&B Experience
What a wonderful experience for a Bed and Breakfast! The owner went out of her way to accomodate us last minute even though the Inn was booked. The rooms are so cozy you feel like your staying at Grandma's house. The service is like what Grandma would give you also. Fantastic gourmet breakfast totally fresh and homemade. Lovely afternoon Tea with all the fresh baked goodies. Quiet peaceful surroundings to make you feel refreshed and at home. I highly recommend this Inn to anyone who's looking for a wonderful weekend stay in Santa Barbara!
An Oasis of Peace and Relaxation
My husband and I stayed at the Bath Street Inn for a few days this summer. We have previously stayed at hotels on the beach but this time wanted a place that was peaceful and quiet, away from the crowds. Our stay was very relaxing, our room very nice with a very comfortable bed. Breakfast was a feast and the afternoon tea featured wonderful homemade desserts. The staff was very helpful yet not intrusive. We highly recommend it.
Fabulous Get away
My husband and I were looking to get away for a few days and we couldn't have asked for a better place to relax and enjoy ourselves. The inn keepers are wonderful. We stayed in "Susan's Loft" a third floor room with private patio and fabulous view of the Santa Ynez Mountains. We were given wonderful advice on the local restaurants and for our side trip to Solvang and Los Alamos. The breakfasts were more than we could have expected and the afternoon treats were a delight. We highly recommend Bath Street Inn for those looking for that special someplace.
We give it 5 stars.*****
Our 2 night stay at the Bath Street Inn was perfect. The inn sits on a very quiet, safe street - walking distance to the main drag (State St) where most of the shops, restaurants and bars are in SB. The inn's grounds were beautifully landscaped and well taken care of. There was ample free parking off the street in the back. The room we stayed in was small but cozy and very clean. The bed was very comfortable which was key for us. Breakfast was a treat and VERY GOOD. It filled us up for most of the day. We ate outside in their garden patio which made the morning so relaxing. We missed out on their daily wine & cheese hour but did enjoy their desserts that they have set out every night. The cookies and mocha chocolate cake were delicious! The people were very friendly and helpful on tips to local restaurants and things to do in the area.
I wanted a quick trip to Santa Barbara and didn't want to spend a fortune on a room so I stayed overnight at Bath Street Inn and overall was satisfied. It is comfortable, quiet, and the surrounding neighborhood is nice and safe. The bed was comfortable as well. Walking distance to State Street. Other pricier B&B's are just a few blocks away which was kinda nice knowing I didn't pay the high cost of staying at one of them just to be in a 'good neighborhood'. Breakfast at Bath Street was just OK, wine and cheese in the evening was also just OK. But these things are just extras so judging them seems rather silly but I thought I'd offer my opinion on them anyway. The rooms are traditional, somewhat small and furnishings a bit worn (unfortunately this doesn't show on the internet). However, the rooms (and bathrooms) are clean. I even decided to take a bath at the end of my long day of walking which was lovely. Overall, for the money it was a decent stay. My final thought is if you want to spend the money, I highly recommend the Simpson House (a very special place).....but if not, Bath Street Inn will be just fine. You won't be disappointed.
Special and organic!
On a week-end with my Mom, think Thelma and Louise, spent 2 days exploring SB. Our B&B, The Bath Street Inn was cozy and friendly with a substantial and yummy breakfast. Dinner at both Pane y Vino (in Montecito) reminded me of a trip last summer to Italy. Food was fresh, light and delicious. The last night was SpiritLand Bistro. Food is all organic, with original preparations, goodly size portions and tasty. We will definitely be back again!
Great for the price. Quiet location with easy parking, good breakfast, nicely appointed room. Close by everything but still quiet.
Great food, people and bed!
Everything you want from a Bed & Breakfast at a reasonable price. Marie is very helpful in addressing any questions. The rooms are cvery nice and the breakfast is quite special. The location is good if you're looking for something close to State St., but just outside all the hustle and bustle.
A great place for a stay in SB.
You'll Love the Bath Street Inn
Had a wonderful stay recently at the Bath Street Inn. The people make the difference. Everyone is helpful, attentive and considerate. The atmosphere is charming: warm and personal, with never a hint of fussiness. A friendly and casual ambience makes the Inn feel like home immediately. The rooms are comfortable, clean and very attractive. The breakfast menu is generous and beautifully prepared. Thank you Linda, Elizabeth, Marie and everyone for making our visit to Santa Barbara so delightful. I highly recommend the Bath Street Inn.