BEST WESTERN PLUS Shelter Cove Lodge
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... and surfers about also a few old classic American cars driving in the town. Off again & the road was busy and also for the first time we couldn't see the ocean. TomTom told us to turn off the one which we were happy with but then took us on a road that seemed even busier, the traffic noise was so load that I missed her telling us to turn left but did hear her saying 'turn around where possible' after cycling up a very long hill. Stopped to look at the map & a ...
... moose. We’d go to Florida if it was practicable. Our sights are set on Pismo Beach, California, about halfway between Los Angeles (“L.A”, as Mrs Henry calls it) and San Francisco.
California is immediately warmer after coming down Yosemite’s Tioga Pass, Mrs Henry screaming “Slow down, slow down!” all the way. California is dry and dusty and yellow, but warm during the day.
We’re out of ...
... size about 20 more room about 10 foot around has all of them connected with a tunnel/hall system. Puts in a underground courtyard. Digs a underground tunnel entrance for cars. All of this stuff is on a 5 acre piece of his property. He ends up living down in these rooms until he dies at the age of 67. 70 acres after his death is sold off by the family and the tunnels and other digging in it goes undocumented so no one ...
... and hot fudge sauce. Mike had chocolate, strawberry and vanilla with m&ms,skittles, chocolate Carmel chip and nuts. All for $10! We wandered down to the pier and was met by at least six or seven dolphins, hundreds of sea birds and pelicans feeding on fish just off the edge of the pier, about 100 yards from the shore. It was quite amazing watching all this marine life in their natural habitat - hell of a lot better than Sea ...
... Only surfers with boards, paddling out. Some even standing up on their boards with an oar.
The weather is amazing, with temps in the upper 70's and a slight breeze (so different from the stiff winds you can have on the Atlanta Ocean.)
We stop at a roadside outdoor business called Oasis that has everything from outdoor furniture, pots, decor, and more. Music is playing and you feel like you have entered another world. We are captivated with all of the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Shelter Cove Lodge Pismo Beach
Although the views are spectacular, the service and the rooms are second rate, particularily considering the price, which is steep. Essentially what you are getting is a Motel 6 room with a great view. But, unless you intend to spend all day in your room staring at the Pacific, that alone isn't worth the price.
Shelter Cove Lodge, a nice getaway!
We recently took our 2 grand-daughters for a 3 day stay at the Shelter Cove Lodge in Pismo Beach. The room was very nice, clean and nicely decorated. The double beds were pretty small though. We each had to sleep with a child. The view off the balcony is beautiful. And below the balcony on the grass there are rabbits. Lots of rabbits, just eating and playing. It was great to watch! The swimming pool is small, but nicely enclosed in glass, with tables and chairs and lounges to relax on. The hotel is very well kept and the grounds and views are beautiful. I would definately recommed this hotel to anyone and will stay there again.
We stayed at Shelter Cove Lodge on 6/25/04...it was a perfect location. The scenery was beautiful, the rooms were nice and clean. We stayed on the upper level of 700 bldg...the view was wonderful of the cliffs and rocks in the ocean, and the Pismo pier in the distance, which was lighted at night. There were lots of birds, rabbits, and squirrels to watch. The lodge is very nicely landscaped, has a glassed in pool with a beautiful view of the ocean, AND the lodge has a private cove beach.
I would highly recommend this place. The weather was very warm...in the high 80s.
We'll be back again.
we stayed here for two nights 1-13,-1-15-04. the scenery was beutifull, you could see wild rabbits nibbling on the grass durring th day, and hear the birds at night. the room was more than we expected and the employees where very polite to us. the facility is not like other motels, each group of rooms is seperated from each other, and the upstair rooms have sky lights. very beutifull. we can't wait to return for some more R&R.
We have daughters in SLO and decided to try staying in the beach area.
Not Worth $300 a Night!
Since it was impossible to find a 1 night minimum on a Sat night along the coast, we stayed at the BW Shelter Cove. The room was OK, a little worn nothing special. The view was incredible, pool was small but nice and the comp breakfast was so so. For $300 a night I would have expected better. Will not be back.
My husband and I recently stayed in the Best Western Shelter Cove in Pismo Beach for a portion of our honeymoon. There is no doubt that this is the most beautiful view and perfect location for this hotel. And you are obviously paying for the view. We payed 295/night....the room itself was roomy, but seemed a bit outdated. There needs to be some renovations in the room, such as paint, carpeting, bedspreads, etc. The girl at the front counter was completely rude and unhelpful on 2 different occasions. Although the property was so picturesque, she still ruined my experience a bit. I would probably have stayed here again if it werent for her. Overall, Pismo Beach is such a quaint little place that is a lot of fun. If you really want to have some fun, go on the Hummer ride in the dunes. Call Xtreme Adventures. It is awesome!! And for dinner, go to McClintocks. It is the best filet mignon I have ever had, and the place has such character and pleasant staff.
My most disappointing and dreadful lodging experience transpired in this highway truckstop. Despite several calls confirming our reservation and room request, when we arrived the desk clerk assigned us the worst room in the hotel - indeed, a room that should never have been sold at rack rate or even half price. Our "private balcony" was six inches from the lobby sliding door, and our "view" was of the concrete around the pool and an enormous boulder garden blocking the view of the water, and our "king sized bed" was two saggy twin beds pushed together and wrapped with a coarse sheet. When we awakened to the sound of the cleaning staff opening and slamming the door to the broom closet (with which we shared a wall), we discovered that the bags of trash were apparently stored in front of our hotel room door until disposed of properly. It was an absolute insult that the Best Western planned to charge us $249.00 a night for this room, and that this was supposedly a special rate! I will never again even visit Pismo Beach after this experience - a bad taste remains in my mouth.
Great view, nice room
We found our room to be clean and roomy, although the carpeting was showing its age. The staff was very nice. The ocean view was breathtaking.However, because the lodge was close to the highway, we could hear some traffic noise from our second floor room. Maybe the noise would be less with the first floor rooms because they are below the level of the highway. Nevertheless, we would go back to this place next time we visit Pismo Beach.
Every Room An Ocean View
The Best Western Shelter Cove is truly the place to stay for those looking for a central coast getaway.
Every room at the Shelter Cove has an ocean view and great views they are. This cliffside establishment offers great atmosphere at a great price. You go to sleep by the sounds of waves crashing on the rocks below and you awaken to a great breakfast. Pool and frontage walking trails(exclusive to the Shelter Cove) add to the coastal atmosphere.
Located on the famous Price Street area (Several hotels and motels on this stretch) this one is far and away the best of the bunch.
Nearby are several great restaurants and antique shops.
If you're looking for a little city life, San Luis Obispo is only about a half-hour away.