Ragged Point Inn and Resort

19019 Highway One, San Simeon, California, 93452, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 19019 Highway One, San Simeon, is near Jade Cove and National Geographic Theater.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRagged Point Inn and Resort San Simeon

    Reviewed by frostys

    Wonderful

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    Perched on cliffs overlooking the coast, watching the sun set & chilling amazing place with great food.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Ragged Point Inn and Resort San Simeon

    Fantastic location, great views, good food. Best value on Big Sur

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    We stumbled upon the Ragged Point Inn shortly after visiting Hearst Castle in August 2004. We originally intended to drive further up Big Sur before stopping for the night. But fog prevented us and so we decided to stay at Ragged Point. Really glad that we did because this place is fantastic. The accomodation was very comfortable - two double beds and ample room for 2 adults and 2 kids aged 15 and 11. Best of all was the room's veranda, with a large wooden seat to look out on the cliff edge and Pacific. There were about 40 rooms on site. We got a great deal for $129 for our standard room (Sunday night).And quite a bit less than we would have paid if we had gone on a few more miles.

    There is a snack bar, restaurant, gas station and mini mart at Ragged Point. Nothing else! We had a lovely dinner at the restaurant. Food was great and a good selection.

    The staff at reception were exceptionally helpful and friendly.

    If you are driving up Route 1 - this is a really great place to stay. There is a trail down to the small cove at the bottom of the cliff but didnt look worth risking our lives on. But the small gardens and paths around the accomodation are really nice with excellent views.

    If we are ever driving Route 1 again, we would definitely stay again at the Ragged Point Inn.

    Great Stay

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    Enjoyed everything about it.

    Clean, quiet and awesome ocean views.

    Excellent restaurant.

    Great location, nice rooms, disappointing food

    from

    happened accross this lovely oasis on the road at the end of a day's travel. got a reasonable reduction on the room rate [although the full price for the jacuzzi suite would have way to high]. a great place to relax.

    unfortunately, a mediocre restaurant with overcooked steaks served on cold plates and they added the 'six and more' compulsory service charge to the bill for five of us.

    HWY 1 Oasis

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    I recently traveled to Ragged Point for my Honeymoon. The views are the most breathtaking I've ever seen, (and I've seen them on 4 continents) the food and service were 4 star at least, and the people were as fun and easy to talk with as any place in the world. $200 per night is a steal for this place. You go 20 miles north and you would pay the same for a smelly cabin with no views and questionable service. The Inn is convenient to All Big Sur Parks, Nepenthe, Esalen Institute, Monterrey, Hearst Castle, and San Luis Opisbo. If you go make sure you schedule an off property massage at Esalen. $120 for a 90 minute massage, dinner, and hours of time soaking in their natural hot springs right on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Pacific. Clothing at the Esalen Spa is optional, and apparently not very popular. Make sure you check out Molera Horseback tours as well. Beautiful trail rides with an awesome staff. We'll be back someday soon.

    A GREAT FIND

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    We found Ragged Point by accident.........ate an excellent meal and had a great evening. The grounds and the view are perfect.

    Great location

    from

    i booked it after reading the reviews on tripadvisor and its exactly as you folks said - fantastic location, rooms are good motel standard but not luxury - quiet also. restaurant on-site is pretty good and its 10 miles from hearst castle. $200 per nite (fri nite)- but i guess thats what it costs around this area. i would go back again.

    Indescribably beauitiful view!

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    Just returned from a trip to Carmel. My recommendation is to skip Monterey and Carmel and just spend a few days at this inn. You could do day trips from there to see Big Sur sights. The view was so beautiful I can't put it in words. Relaxing and inviting atmosphere. After staying here, anything else is anticlimatic. You are guaranteed an experience that will be among your top life memories. Might be expensive for you, but I recommend you save elsewhere. Nothing else will come even close.

    $39.99 dream stay

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    It was about 10 years ago. I took a solo drive up to Big Sur, but there had been a landslide which closed Hwy. 1 just north of the Ragged Point Inn. The management set out a bright orange sign, stating "$39.00 tonight". Well, It was like I hit the lottery! They even set me up with an ocean view! I had always wanted to stay there, but the expense was to great. A pristine place!

    Super Two DAYS & Nights

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    SUPER TWO DAYS! My wife and I found Ragged Point by mistake. We were on our way to Monteray and because Route 1 was closed North we had to turn around. Best detour we ever made. We enjoyed the peace and quiet so much, that we stayed two days. The motel service was super and the resturant was great! Decent background music for a change (And that is rare any more) We will return!Bob & Blanche

    Good alternative to Big Sur gouging

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    Ragged Point Inn is a lodge situated on cliffs to the south of Big Sur, with lovely views of the Pacific and a calm and isolated feel. The price-value ratio is definitely better than what you can find anywhere in Big Sur, though it's not cheap. You can make this a base for driving north to Big Sur to discover the gorgeous beaches. I hate to see people spend over $200 for substandard lodging, no beach access, no view, and rude service in Big Sur, when places like this exist nearby.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Ragged Point Inn and Resort San Simeon

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from San Simeon

    Carmel/Big Sur/Hwy 1/ Elephant Seals & Pismo B

    A travel blog entry by brownhills on Jan 14, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    Drive down the Pacific started with a first stopover at Carmel, the Noosa like quaint village that once had Dirty Harry as its Mayor. The drive is still incredible even the 3rd time around. Girls got over nervousness of Dad doing the James Bond driving to thoroughly enjoy the scenic route. Bridges, mountains, blue sky, vistas, whales, elephant …

    What a day

    A travel blog entry by juanmiguel on Jul 27, 2014

    ... now I just had to get used to going up a steep hill to get up the trail. That really took some clutch timing to get me past the first bend. After that is was not as steep. I immediately started noticing that there were RVs and cars pulled over to the side if the road and there were people camping out. This was going to be cool after all. The only thing I had to do was find two trees to hang my hammock on and I would be all set. That turned out to be easier said than done. ...

    West Coast Sunset

    A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jun 26, 2012

    29 photos

    ... the beach taking pictures as the sun slowly set into the ocean, it simply was so calming. It was a perfect way to end the day as it was a reminder that even though we get frustrated and its not always easy, I wouldn’t trade a single day of this for anything in the world.


    We headed back to the campground, got ready for bed, and crawled in the tent for the night. And in the morning, we took our time getting everything packed up, but then on our way to San ...

    Pacific Highway - Route 101

    A travel blog entry by claret85 on Jun 11, 2011

    5 photos

    ... ended up on the route out of the car park and with a queue of cars behind us emerged onto the streets of San Francisco! As the Sat Nav hadn’t been set up properly yet we had a very stressful drive around the city before finally finding our way out and onto Route 101. That first bit was probably one of the most stressful experiences of my life, trying to get to grips with a massive car, driving on the right side of the ...

    Road Trip-Days 1 & 2

    A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on Apr 26, 2010

    14 photos

    ... property was a place the family went camping and was their ranch property. The answer goes back to who he was. He loved to collect "art". He had a huge collection. The answer to "why" he built this property? To showcase his collection. The Castle was, basically, built around certain items in his collection.

    Why is that an important item to document? Just a coincidence. Remember my Palm Springs entry when I went to the La Quinta Arts Festival? ...

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