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I stayed in room 28 which is an annex building of the main house. I paid 145.00 with tax on hotwire.com. This room had a bed that misspell have been a board. The was big but so plain jane. The two arm chairs that were...More
Parts of the property are a bed and breakfast as advertised. Adjacent to it, "sold" as a B&B is what amounts to a motel. Not what we were going for. Would have been nice to have "clearer" descriptions on-line. We booked and paid in advance....More
Zaballa House is allegedly the oldest house in Half Moon Bay. We found the rooms very clean spacious, most if not all are accessed via stairs. The staff were always very friendly and helpful. The breakfast every morning superb, I have never seen so much...More
Arrived late at night. Easy to find. Free parking. Friendly night check-in. Room was in further newer wing, but, it was huge! Spacious, clean bathroom. Widescreen. Delicious, fresh breakfast shared with other guests.
Much better for an overnight stay after a long trans Atlantic flight than a featureless Airport Hotel in our view. But wouldn't have wanted to stay longer than the one night that we did...
The location is central in a funky little town, and the...More
US$ 138 - US$ 217 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We stayed in room 7 in the main house overlooking the street. It did not have an air conditioner. That said this is a coastal town and rarely gets hot enough for AC. We proped open a window to get fresh some air. We did... More
We stayed in room 7 in the main house overlooking the street. It did not have an air conditioner. That said this is a coastal town and rarely gets hot enough for AC. We proped open a window to get fresh some air. We did have a nice gas fire place that we used. The main house is the original building and that for us is part of the charm of the place.