Moonstone Landing

Address: 6240 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria, California, United States | Inn
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this inn rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This inn, located on 6240 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria, is near Moonstone Beach, Moonstone Drive, Nitt Witt Ridge, and Leffingwell Landing.
Map this inn
       

    Historical Traveler Reviews Moonstone Landing Cambria

    Great facility, iffy service

    from

    We stayed at Moonstone Landing for my wife's birthday last Saturday. The facility itself is great - we had a beautiful ocean front room with a fireplace, jacuzzi tub and a nice big balcony. The ocean view is amazing from the rooms on the front of the hotel, especially from the second floor. And the location is perfect if you're planning to dine at the Sea Chest - a great restaurant that's right next door.

    There were two things that make us question whether or not we'll return...

    Being ones who like to sleep in late when staying at a place like this, we inquired if it was possible to stay an hour or so past the posted 11 am checkout time. We got what we thought was a quite odd response from the front desk clerk. She told us a later checkout wouldn't really be a problem if we talked to the housekeeper "Selsa" and slipped her $5... ("not $2, $5, and don't tell the morning front desk clerk about it.") We thought this was strange but we went and found Selsa, gave her $10 and asked if we could stay an hour or two past 11 am. She said that wouldn't be a problem, she was very kind about it. The next morning at 11:30 we got a rather rude call from the front desk clerk saying that our checkout time had passed and it was time for us to go! We gathered our things and left.

    Also, others here have raved about the breakfast but we found it rather disappointing. It was basically just packaged pastries and bagels that looked like they came directly from Costco. There was a bowl of fresh fruit and some cereals but overall we felt that the breakfast lacked for such a nice place. And for some reason the people eating in the breakfast room were quite dreary and somber, the place felt like a funeral home when we were there.

    Not sure if we'll return...

    Perfect hotel!

    from

    i stayed at the moonstone landing hotel for one night. i had the room on the bottom with the ocean view. what a beautiful view. it was right across the street. the room was spacious and clean. the bathroom had a jacuzzi bath with a shower connected...you could hop right over. there was a dvd player...in which the front desk had movies you could borrow for the night. overall the room was great. i would definitely go back there. continental breakfast was very good. they put out a lot of different choices from.... breakfast cakes, bagels, cereals, oatmeal, muffins, fruits, coffee, tea, juices and milk. absolutely no complaints!

    Great cosy hotel

    from

    I really loved this hotel. There was a gorgeous fireplace in the room, really comfy beds and the most amazing view of the sea with a balcony that made it feel like we were on a ferry!

    Also, really helpful staff/management.

    The bathroom was lovely - really luxurious.

    The only thing I would say is that there was no temperature control, which could be a problem for some people.

    Perfect Location

    from

    We stayed at this hotel for one night and wished we had booked longer. Friendly staff, lovely room, amazing view of the sea, spa bath, lovely breakfast. We found the DVD player and the good choice of free DVDs was very handy for our teenage children.Would definately stay there again.

    Sea views at Moonstone Beach

    from

    March 06

    Stop 4 on our Highway 1 tour

    Stayed 2 nights over a weekend. Splashed out for a second floor room with sea view. Room excellent, well appointed with fire and jacuzzi bath. Fabulous view over Moonstone beach. We found Cambria very relaxing.

    Breakfast OK but very good snacks served from 4 - 6pm along with local cider.

    We paid 200 USD per night plus tax which was the most expensive of our hotels but the sea view was about worth it. There are loads of hotels behind the beach so not sure how this price compares to the others.

    Visited the Paso Robles wine area. 100 wineries to choose from! The drive west on the 46 is lovely.

    Also did Hearst Castle evening tour where you have charcters dressed in 1930's costumes milling about in the rooms. Very good but you can not use flash so no photos.

    Great getaway

    from

    We have been staying here 2-3 times a year since they opened. It is a fantastic spot with great rooms and the most amazing views. We love to get breakfast, sit on our balcony and watch the ocean in the morning. In the evening enjoy a bottle of wine from Paso Robles wine tasting we purchased earlier during the day. The staff is wonderful. The breakfast and evening appetizers great.

    Great place!

    from

    Great view, nice staff - helpful & cheerful.

    Two Faced Service

    from

    location was gorgeous so was the room BUT.....

    if i wanted a presuptuous rude experience, even after it was over, i would have stayed at my mothers.

    sorry this review isnt kissing the butt of the hotel owner, never the less its true. was not allowed to move the chairs at the table in order to sit and enjoy "view" & was accused of causing plumbing problems- you know what keep the deposit.$100 isnt going to give owners a better personality.

    Fantastic ocean views and marble jacuzzi tub

    from

    My husband and I spent two glorious nights at this new hotel, a great room overlooking the ocean with balcony, a very large jacuzzi tub and wonderful baked goods from a local italian bakery for breakfast. We enjoyed delicious refreshments in the evenings and excellent restaurants nearby. The hotel staff was very helpful and attentive, we shall return often!

    Fabulous oceanfront getaway!

    from

    An unexpected treat to find a romantic Inn with balconies overlooking the ocean, friendly staff and a generous breakfast featuring Italian pastries! We loved our stay and will be back to once again enjoy the marble whirlpool bathtub and sunsets!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Moonstone Landing Cambria

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Cambria

    The Big Sur

    A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Apr 01, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Sow's Ear, a really cute old worldly little restaurant, Amanda had grilled salmon with a glass of Zinfandel rose wine. I thought I'd better try chicken stew with dumplings and a beer. We were also given salad to start with (or chicken soup). The food was $17.50 each, and the portions smaller than the a la carte. I saw a bigger serving of the stew and it was a vat load, and I was stuffed full. We sat there like one of those old and bored married couples one sees, not saying ...

    Seal of approval...

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 29, 2014

    68 photos

    ... about 25 minutes at a time, only surfacing for 2-3 minutes between dives.

    They eat squid, fish, ray, crabs, octopus and skate whilst at sea.
    As many of them fall prey to the Orca, it is a dangerous time for them in the months they are at sea.
    While at sea they are intenslively active and eat all the time, but whilst on land they fast, molt and laze about in the sun.
    Sounds pretty good to me.

    Seeing so many, in the wild and ...

    More money than sense...

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Feb 16, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... and cinema. it took about half an hour and ten minutes of that was looking at a short film of WR Hearst entertaining Clarke Gable, Carole Lombard, Mary Pickford and other movie stars back in the day. What little we saw of his house was beautiful - but completely non original. every thing was ripped off from old european churches and monasteries. i can just imagine this rich american walking into some small spanish church in the late twenties and saying "what ...

    Windy roads to Cambria

    A travel blog entry by odiener on Aug 10, 2013

    5 photos

    ... time sunny warm since arriving in California - it seems that now finally we left the fog up north and are now coming closer to our beach vacation. After Pizza and tacos out in the park, we continued the windy road, only stopping later at Piedra Blancas Elephant Seal Rookery. What onteresting looking animals these are! Hearst Castle btw we did not stop for - we will see the Italian churches in real back in Europe... Not long after we arrived at Little Sur Inn in ...

    Hearst castle

    A travel blog entry by stourwalk on Jul 26, 2013

    1 comment

    ... to the car to get it (15minute coach trip) and persuading them to let us back up again to finish looking around the gardens. It was at this point we discovered that I had misplaced out car keys! Panic ensued! We found out tour guide and she spoke to the rangers office who said that they had been found on the coach - phew!!! So a trip back down to the bottom of the hill to fetch the keys, followed by Sofia's milk ...