Cali Cochitta Bed & Breakfast
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Historical Traveler Reviews Cali Cochitta Bed & Breakfast Moab
Great place, wonderful food, delightful hosts
We had such a delightful stay at the Cali Cochitta B&B. The rooms were very nice and clean. The food excellent and the hosts were so accomodating and kind. We are looking forward to many return visits. Thank you for your wonderful hospitality.
Better than Disneyland
Cali Cochitta is lots of fun and I want to go back there for my whole holiday. The hot tub is great. I loved playing with Gizmo and Bogey (dogs).
It is my favourite place to be in the USA. Yes, even better than Disneyland!
We were delighted to call the Cali Cochitta our home...and it felt like home...for our brief stay in the Moab area. Rooms were comfortable and clean; breakfast was great.
Fabulous place to stay
We stayed here for 3 nights in one of the cottages separate from the main building. The room was very nicely decorated, very comfortable and very clean. We couldn't have asked for anything more. David and Kim are fantastic hosts and we really enjoyed having breakfast out in the garden (one day inside due to the weather).
The breakfasts cooked by David were beautiful each day. Rather than overface you with loads of eggs & bacon etc, he cooked different dishes each day and there was always fresh fruit also. The "peak to peak" on our last day was incredibly good, I could have eaten the full dish but it would have been unfair on everybody else.
The location is perfect, being right in the heart of the town, but not next to a busy road. The concierge book provided by the hosts was very thoughtful and also gave us a little bit of history of the building we were staying in.
If we are ever in Moab again, we will definately return here.
We loved this B&B
What a wonderful place to stay. Accomodating hosts and beautiful decor. Very clean and well done. Breakfast was delicious and the grounds are spectacular. We loved it here and can't wait to return. We will tell all of our friends and family to come visit you all. Well deserving review of an excellent status. You must stay here.
This is the Place to stay!!!
We had such a wonderful time at your Inn. Thank you for all your graciousness and hospitality. You certainly have a way with making everyone who stay there feel like they are right at home. The food and accomodations were wonderful and the home and grounds are beautiful!! What a place to stay during our travels. Thank you so very much once again.
Pam & Rich
Very pleasant in-town location
This B&B is what you'd expect (but don't always get): friendly hosts, great breakfast, comfortable room, all in a renovated older house with some history behind it. The very central location is a plus. I met some lovely people at breakfast, which was served outside.
Staying here gave me some very nice memories of Moab. If you like staying in B&Bs, definitely give this one a try.
A delightful experience!
We loved staying here. The rooms were well decorated and very comfortable. It seemed like everything single item in there had been thought about and placed there for a reason. The hosts were friendly, capable, helpful, and really looked like they enjoyed serving us (even with two kids). Breakfast was a treat, especially outside (unfortunately rain forced us inside on our visit). The grounds were lovely and Donna really enjoyed the hot tub.
We hope to be back one day very soon.
This was abosolutely delightful. What a great experience. Yes it is very convient and the food fantastic. As for the home...well the decor is tasteful and not overdone. Just the right touches. Comfortable, clean with beautiful grounds.
Very pleasant B&B. Clean rooms & wonderful garden area where a delightful breakfast was served. The host was very friendly. Location was perfect....we rented bikes right down the street and checked out the Slick Rock Trail!
TripAdvisor Reviews Cali Cochitta Bed & Breakfast Moab
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