Harbor View Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarbor View Inn Half Moon Bay
This inn was fine. One of the worst words in the English language because it means nothing. It was rundown and dated, but it was clean, comfortable, and relatively cheap. It was also within walking distance to a beach. The owner/manager was friendly and accommodating.
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