Cypress Inn On Miramar Beach
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We are on our way.....
*the house was signed off on by the management company,
*all of my belongings were put into my new address at morgan hill storage (all fit into a 10x30 unit), we spent my last night in CA at CordeValle (where Rhoni and I spent our first night in CA - its appropriate),
*had a drink with Chef Luca (my first friend …
... the little buggers. We have a fly swatter and put it to good use.
The only bright spot was Patti's sister Ruth Ann coming to visit us. She lives in the bay area and we have been trying to get her to come down to the boat and stay a couple of days with us. She finally relented. Her husband drove her over the hill down to the marina. She is going to spend the night and go with us down to Monterey Bay.
Next stop Santa Cruz.
... As we moved around the island, there was a sign RENT This Vacation Home with a phone number…now that’s what you call a vacation rental. I’m going to google it to see what the nightly rental fee would be.
We passed an island with abandoned buildings. We thought it was Alcatraz, but looking on the map and talking to people it was Angel Island. A tribe of Indians first inhabited it, then it was a Civil War ...
... eventually got some lunch from the Ferry Building. After lunch I went to TCHO (chocolate factory) unfortunately the tour was full but I did buy a TCHOShot which tasted pretty good even though I'm not a dark chocolate fan. After that I caught up with the final two from TrekAmerica still in San Fran, the two Danish girls (Nadia and Maria). They were flying out tonight so spent sometime with them and said the final ...
... Rebel Motorcycle Club play at House of Blues. They played for almost two and a half hours and were awesome to see live. After San Diego we headed to LA with a short stop in Laguna Beach. In LA we stayed in venice beach. Definitely another one of the worlds craziest places. Street performers everywhere, day and night. We took the beach walk to Santa Monica and J tracked down some coffee not far from where we were staying. We hired bikes and spent a few hours ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Cypress Inn On Miramar Beach Half Moon Bay
We just returned from a wonderful stay in Half Moon Bay. The weather was perfect, nearly 70 everyday and the town was busy with the Maverick's surf contest. I have to say none of this mattered when we entered our room.
Worst ever.. property going downhill
It is so sad to see this property how it is now. I have stayed here two times prior to this visit. The views are wonderful, you can actually hear the ocean from your room and balcony. The property itself has really gone downhill, lots of maintenance issues. Broken shades, broken heater and fireplace, dirty sofas and carpets, the windows need a good cleaning. We used to have a tray full of wonderful breakfast items delivered to our room. Not anymore, we go to the lobby and have a self serve mini breakfast. The people who work there are nice but very rushed and can't really answer any questions. We would walk down the street for dinner which is nice. We will not be back, it is really sad to see the property that has full potential go downhill.
Having conducted extensive research into where to stay on my trip to California, I selected the Cypress Inn thinking it would be a luxurious B&B conducive to a romantic vacation. I relied on the TripAdvisor opinions in making this decision and unfortunately, was disappointed. I don't know if this property has recently changed hands but I found that my experience was much more similar to the recent critical review than the earlier positive ones.
My wife and I stayed at the Cypress Inn for three nights in late March of this year. This was our first visit to this area and we thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We were blessed with sunny 75 degree days and crystal clear nights while in Half Moon Bay.
Badly stained carpets and some cleanliness issues. In much need of renovation - very tired property. Two of blinds in room were broken, one of which we fixed and the other could not be repaired. Breakfast was a tiny self service buffet and not what was expected at a $300 a night B & B.
The Cypress Inn on Miramar Beach is one of the best bed & breakfast we have stayed at! The staff was very hospitable and helpful about the cute Coastside town.
My boyfriend and I especially enjoyed the cloud-like feather beds, delicious appetizers, and irresistable breakfast. Being so close to the ocean that it puts you to sleep - a more than relaxing treat.
It won't be long until we visit the Cypress Inn again, that is for sure!
We had the most romantic weekend we've ever spent together. We had in room breakfast in bed! Everything was perfect, even the weather, how do they do that?! We can't wait to return!
The ultimate in a relaxing retreat! Excellent and personable staff, delicious breakfast, beautiful rooms, and great view. What more could anyone want?
My husband recently "ran away" to Half Moon Bay for a long weekend away from the kids and the Sacramento heat. I had heard of Cypress Inn through tourbooks and on the internet and decided to stay there because of all the "extras". What a great find! We stayed in the El Cielo room on the 2nd floor of the main house. The room was beautiful (exactly what was pictured online) and the view was extraordinary. It was like we were staying right on the beach. We were lulled to sleep every night by the sound and smell of the ocean!! The room came with a gas fireplace to keep things warm and cozy and heated tile flooring so your feet will never touch a cold floor. Nothing beats having breakfast in your room in front of the ocean next to a fireplace! Wow!!
Perfect couples get away!
We can't say enough great things about this romantic B&B. We first stayed there 8 years ago the night we got engaged, and recently went there for a fun night away from the kids. They have expanded & added more rooms over looking the ocean with jacuzzi & fireplaces in the rooms. We love the 2 minute walk down to the classic Miramar restaurant where the food is excellent. The conceirge was really nice, helpful & knew all of the history of the inn. 5 star-no doubt!