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How has this b&b rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Mill Rose Inn Half Moon Bay
What a terrific place - although clearly designed with couples in mind I stayed here on a trip up the coast with my 15 year old daughter and we loved it. We were playing it day by day and had planned a night in another town. Our luck that we ended up getting further that day. I wish we'd have had more time to explore the town and the bay with such a lovely place as home base. Wine, beer, bottled water and soda's in the beautiful room with a fireplace and Terry delivered a plate of fruit and pate after we checked in. My daughter loved the private gazebo/jacuzzi , the video collection and the late night dessert buffet. The linens were superior and the breafast (both courses and champagne brought to the room) was delicious. Highly recommended!
Didn't book a room due to wedding (100 people)
My husband and I were trying to find a nice place for a last mintue trip to Half Moon Bay. Upon research and using tripadvisor, we found Mill Rose Inn. The web reviews were very high. I had also heard about this inn, again good reviews. However, while we were booking our reservation my husband asked if there was a wedding taking place over the weekend. The innkeeper said yes, but only on Sat from 2- 6 pm. Now this B&B is only 5 or 6 rooms. It seems to me that they should tell you this BEFORE you book your room that the inn will be bouncing with a wedding party of 100 people. We told them "No Thanks!!!" I'm sure this inn would be great Sun - Thur. If you are looking for a quiet weekend, be sure to ask if there is a wedding taking place.
Best B&B ever!
My husband and I are very lucky to have found this place. The rooms are beautiful - rich wall papers, sumptuous bed linens, amazing amenities everywhere you look - and include real, working fireplaces. The gardens are lush, the private hot tub is romantic, and a gourmet breakfast the next morning in our room with a fire going and the sea air drifting in through the windows was unforgettable. This place is a labor of love for the owners in every possible sense! Do not miss staying here when in Half Moon Bay, CA!
My husband and I celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary at the Mill Rose Inn, and were given wonderful service even before we officially checked in! First, we stopped by and took advantage of their picnic basket and blankets to have lunch on the beach. They suggested a perfect deli to get our lunch. We were also able to reserve time in their private jacuzzi - a real treat after horseback riding. After we were given a tour of the Renaissance Room we noticed a personalized note from Terry and Eve wishing us a happy anniversary along with all the extra goodies in our room (brandy, sherry, wine, beer, water, fruit, nuts, cheese and crackers). The ambiance was beautiful, the linens were plush, the decor was elegant. Breakfast the next morning was delightful! Neither my husband nor I were ready to leave.
The gardens are beautiful!
We just got back from a two night stay. It was beyond what we expected. Terry and Eve see to all the details, even the smallest details. Just sit back, relax and enjoy. The house is full of old world charm. and the spa area is private and very nice. Breakfast is wonderful. The Inn is walking distance from Main Street where you will find shops and resturants.
You can smell the ocean airand the weather was perfect. We would go back again and again.
A hidden treasure in San Mateo County
The Mill Rose Inn offers a great get-away. The owners Terry and Eve pay atention to every detail upon arrival to departure. Guests just need to check in and enjoy the remainder of the evening and next morning. Please do not discount this B&B because it is not on the water. The gardens, the fresh air and all the extras make up for the quiet neighbor atmosphere.
Give this property a try, you will get hooked.
The Best place ever
We stayed at the Mill Rose Inn for our 5th wedding aniversary and we really really loved it. The atmosphere and the ambience were amazing. The rooms are really beautiful and very comfortable. The Inn is in walking distance to shops and resturants. The Breakfast that they give you in the morning is to die for. But here's a couple of tips: Don't eat dessert at the resturants because the one's the Mill Rose Inn have are much better. Make sure you try a cookie or two. Don't forget to schedule your private Hot tub time. Once again the private hot tub's ambience is amazing. You feel like you are in another country. I will stay there again and again and again!!!!
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The Best B & B
We just had a wonderful stay at the Mill Rose Inn. The service was excellent. The bed and breakfasts were excellent and we had a great fireplace and bathtub too. We did not want to leave after our two nights were up. This is a top notch place and we want to return next year. It could not be more romantic.
What a delight! We were lucky to find ourselves in the beautiful Bottecelli Rose room at the Mill Rose Inn December 24, 2004. It was so lovely with all the many details that completed a perfect stay, along with a gorgeously decorated room - a true touch of the classical. The feather bed was sooo comfortable, along with the warmth of the fireplace and the classical music. Our room came with additonal fruits, nuts, wine, etc. and a cheese plate was brought to our room. Not only were the accomodations a feast for the eyes, the private garden jacuzzi added an additional depth of relaxation. Being one that wanted to experience it all, I found myself relaxing again in the wonderful clawfoot bathtub our room offered. The garden, filled with flowers even in the middle of winter added unexpected beauty. We were given the choice of a morning breakfast downstairs or in our room. We opted for breakfast served in our room which was wonderful! Mill Rose Inn is both elegant and comfortable and we recommend it very, very highly. Enjoy!
We just returned from a wonderful weekend at the Mill Rose Inn (-------------). Terry and Eve Baldwin have done an incredible job in running this inn. Not one detail is too small: the spa can be reserved in hour time blocks (with robes, flip flops and a locking door), cookies, cakes and other goodies are available from 3pm until 9pm. The rooms are beautifully decorated, completely equipped with antiques, feather beds, TVs, VCR, a grand selection of movies, a full gourmet champagne breakfast that you can take in the dining room or have delivered to your room, a copy of the SF Chronicle delivered to your door and just about anything else you could ever need. Each room has a fireplace and private bath. The English gardens alone surrounding this Inn are enough to make you love this place. It is two blocks off of Main Street, which puts you within walking distance of excellent shopping and wonderful restaurants. We cannot wait to return to this place; the service and ambiance is, quite frankly, impeccable.