My husband and I both felt right at home in this "resort" which is actually small cabins placed here and there, ours among the tall redwood trees. Ours was also right on a pleasant picturesque stream with private deck overlooking it, had a real fireplace with real wood to make a fire ( I made a dandy and kept some wood for the morning fire as well). No tv, no radio that I was aware of. Didn't need it. I got to actually read a little of the book I brought on our 11 day California trip, and Jeff sat on the deck enjoying the view or read magazines. We had the two bedroom, which gave us some space since we'd been driving for days, seeing National Parks and L.A. and San Francisco, so this was a delightful change of pace. Nicely appointed in a homey, comfortable way. Got cold toward morning but the heater worked fine. We LOVED it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ripplewood Resort features a grocery store, gas station, Cafe open for breakfast and lunch, and 17 Cabins. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Ripplewood Hotel Big Sur
- Ripplewood Big Sur