Comfort Inn Half Moon Bay
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Car rentals
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Comfort Inn Half Moon Bay
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Half Moon Bay
Travel Blogs from Half Moon Bay
We sat in the hot tub last night hoping for a visit from some raccoons or other wildlife but nothing was happening and we were starting to boil so we gave up. Then, during the night we could hear the coyotes howling and something was scurrying on the roof or the deck. The noises kept me awake for a while but it was awesome to lie in bed looking …
... a trumpet played in your ears at breakfast time is an acquired taste... and having the gardeners working in the garden with diggers close by was enough.
The other sound which has accompanied every meal at Casas Munras is the sound of a cascade of plates crashing in the kitchen. Not just one or two, but a waterfall of crockery hitting the deck.
It is surprising they have any left.
Maybe that's why Brit couldn't find a bowl this morning... them's all ...
... hour traffic. We could see glimpses of water as we passed through Oakland, an industrial outlying area on the east side of the Bay - we were crawling now but at least still moving! As the traffic eased, we passed over the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge and turned towards Marin City. The city skyscrapers could be seen in the misty distance as well as our first image of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.
We found Marin RV Park, our home for the next ...
... in a seriously dilapidated state. Volunteers have made good work of creating colourful gardens in the terraces and bird life has moved onto the island in force. Snowy egrets were nesting and fluffy chicks were popping their heads out of their nests. Further towards the sea there was a large gannet colony nesting - the males had bright blue throats. Huge gulls were ...
... the bridge we started our downhill glide into Sausalito. Sausalito has a really small town feel to it, with a quaint main street and a very large marina. We ate lunch at a burger place on the main street and wandered through the marina while we waited for the ferry back to San Francisco. After two stops, the ferry brought us back to Fisherman's Wharf an hour later. We dropped off the bicycles, jumped in our car and headed south along the coast to Half Moon Bay. We stopped ...