Very nice stay. The room was big, Kitchener and has everything you need to feed your family. Nice view from the 2nd floor window. Heating and air conditioning are ready for you. Beds are cozy. Some fruits and pastries are provided for the breakfast.
The room was clean, and there was a little heater inside (because it was cold outside) the shower was very good. The bed was cozy and clean as the rest of the motel. The breakfast was small, but okay. We ate some muffins and orange juice.
The inn did not look like much from the street, but the room was very pretty and very clean. In the "world's smallest lobby", the sisters were very friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, we were unable to print boarding passes despite their multiple attempts. We walked to Whole…
Not the Ritz, but clean and everything works. Cheery, charming, and out of the way. Traffic noise and voices early Saturday night, but quieted down later. Walking distance from coffee, breakfast, and some shopping. Short drive to the Funk Zone for wine, shopping, dining.
Recently renovated, clean, and super-friendly staff! I appreciated the design, light morning breakfast, and bathroom fixtures. This property is at a level well above it's price point—I'd happily stay again when passing through Santa Barbara.
"Google told me to turn onto Calle Alamo. That's the exit. Enter the parking lot from State Street."
"They have four second-floor rooms, which in my view, are a better choice than the first-floor rooms."
"go for the higher numbered rooms. they're further away from the street and quieter."
"Not next to state street"