Little Sur Inn

Address: 6190 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria, California, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on 6190 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria, is near Moonstone Beach, Moonstone Drive, Nitt Witt Ridge, and Leffingwell Landing.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLittle Sur Inn Cambria

    Reviewed by odiener

    Friendly hotel

    Reviewed Aug 9, 2013
    by (15 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

    Nice rooms incl fireplace to warm through the night

    Arrived
    Cambria, United States

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Little Sur Inn Cambria

    Good experience

    from

    My wife and I enjoyed our 2 nights here President's day weekend. The complimentary continental breakfasts and healthy afternoon snacks hit the spot. The room was spacious (including the bathroom), very clean, and nicely furnished/decorated. We liked the fridge and microwave to store our snacks and leftovers. Overall, it was a great value (130 a night).

    What a deal!!! wow

    from

    You know I read reviews everytime I book in a new locale but never take the time to write one... but this place deserves a nod... great deal, great views, greal location, really nice property... and such a deal on the rates... thumbs up!!!

    Good stop-over.

    from

    Stopped here for 1 night on the way to Santa Barbara and LA. The ocean front room was great with lovely views and balcony.

    Pros: Great room (ocean front highly recommended), very good restaurant right next door (seafood), good breakfast, very friendly and helpful staff.

    Cons: None

    I wouldn't stay here for more than a couple of nights becuase there is not a great deal to do except Hearts Castle. However, the Little Sur Inn makes for an excellent stop-over.

    Welcome Home to the Little Sur Inn!

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    We stayed at the Little Sur Inn during Labor Day Weekend and found a new place we'd like to call home! We had a quaint corner ocean view room with a fireplace and a jacuzzi tub. The room also has a mini-fridge and a microwave. We were right across the street from the ocean. We did a sunset stroll on the beach and everyone was so friendly. It was so cute and peaceful to see everyone get ready to watch the sunset at the various inns lined up on the road. The continental breakfast was good and you can even borrow a VHS movie from the front office to watch in your room. Overall, we really enjoyed the Little Sur Inn and will come back!

    Four days in Paradise

    from

    This really is a beautiful place to stay - exceptionally well furnished and very welcoming. We had an Ocean front room with the most stunning aspect and were able to watch sea otters and dolphins from our balcony. We cannot wait to return to Cambria and the Little Sur Inn particularly. Our best wishes and thanks to all the staff.

    Pretty darn nice

    from

    Nice room, nice price, great location..... would come back again. Very friendly staff.

    Great place to stay

    from

    Our 3 night stay at the Little Sur Inn was truly enjoyable. We got a good-sized room with a refrigerator and microwave (very helpful, as we brought along lots of food for our 4 year old with food allergies) as well as a nice partial view of the ocean for a reasonable price. One feature I really liked about the room (although my husband didn't really care) was the storage space: a cupboard and drawer near the refrigerator where we could put our food and utensils, drawers in the bathroom so you don't have to leave everything on the countertop, plus the usual drawers under the TV, and the typical hotel closet.

    All of the staff members were friendly and helpful, with good suggestions about restaurants and shopping. One even helped me get the number to the local Curves (for some reason, they weren't listed in the phone book), so I could go work out!

    In addition to a nice continental breakfast (bagels, muffins, pastries, cut fruit, orange juice, milk, packages of instant oatmeal), they provided an afternoon snack (cheese, crackers, veggies, grapes, sparkling cider), which was good to tide us over while we hemmed and hawed about where to eat dinner. Another helpful thing (although the other hotels probably have it too) was a binder full of menus for a lot of the restaurants in Cambria.

    I'm glad we found this place, so that the next time we go to Cambria (and we WILL go back) we'll know exactly where to stay!

    Romance and Relaxation

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    We have been married for 38 years and have been going to Cambria for 20 years. This was our 1st stay at Little Sur Inn. We had a corner room on lower level with a patio to sit and view the spectacular ocean. We left the door ajar at night so we could hear the ocean. The management was so nice and accommodating. We will be back. The Se Chest Restaurant next door is our all time favorite seafood restaurant. When we think of romance and relaxation, we think of Cambria.

    Tranquility

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    I've stayed at several hotels in Cambria and The Little Sur Inn has been the most accomadating. All the rooms offer partial or full ocean view which is something unique compared to some of the other hotels. I would, without a doubt highly recommend this hotel to any traveler. The hotel staff was very friendly and courteous.

    Little Sur Inn

    from

    This was a great place. The room was large with a gas fireplace, jacuzzi, separate shower. The view was fantastic; spent much time on the deck. Kept windows open during the night to hear the surf. Good restaurant next door.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Little Sur Inn Cambria

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Cambria

    Building the Dream ...

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 30, 2014

    46 photos

    ... food free from corn syrup is a real challenge.

    The Fogcatcher breakfast provided excellent coffee and enough real things to be ok; but the one part which spoilt the whole was the provision of the sort of flimsy plastic cutlery which you know is just not up to the job in hand and revolting mid brown coloured cardboard plates and bowls: the sort they make NHS urine bottles and sick bowls out of.
    Not a good look or feel, and unfortunately for me, comes with ...

    Highway 1

    A travel blog entry by xaviercox on Jan 02, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    2/1/2014 Drive to Cambria Today we left Monterey as we left Monterey we went to the Dennis the Menace Park. It had a great climbing and other stuff. We then drove along California Highway 1 the view was amazing and the road was twisty,and bumpy. We saw ...

    Day 27: San Francisco, CA - San Simeon, CA

    A travel blog entry by andrewandtree on Nov 27, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... on the sand. It felt great to be back on a beach!

    Afterwards we travelled down the 100 odd miles length of road named 'Big Sur', which is basically all 'cliff above water' driving. It was great fun drivimg and we stopped at many look-out points for photos. Right near the end of the day we found a small beach which was just covwred in lion seals lying in the sand. Really cool.

    One more substancial drive to go!
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    Cold S'mores

    A travel blog entry by pattusmaximus on Jun 22, 2013

    4 photos

    ... of the gang, and watch their taillights fade down the road into orange-red horizon. When I make it back down to where my tent had blown down in the fashion of a wolf trying to get into the homestead of some ill-planning pigs, the sun is threatening to disappear into the sea, I snap a few pictures, put out their forgotten fire, and grab my stuff to begin my trek back up to my car. I make up my mind to just sleep in my car that night, with a good view of sea's ...

    One Man's Folly

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Dec 30, 2012

    5 photos

    ... There are some 22,000 pieces of art collected by William Randolph Hearst. These pieces range from tapestries, silver, mantelpieces, ceilings, chorister seating, and other furnishings. Many pieces date from the 17th century and are mostly Spanish, Italian and French in origin, although the Greek pottery and the Egyptian statues are dated much earlier. There were also some wonderful pieces of Irish and English silver. It was ...

    Traveler Photos Little Sur Inn Cambria

    Arrived
    Cambria, United States