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Pine Mountain Inn
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Reviewed 31 March 2012

We found this place by accident when googling for a place to stay en route between LA and Carrizo Plains. This area wasn't somewhere we planned to visit but the place looked so cute on the website and the really personal email from Diana when we enquired about availability sold it to us. Wow, so glad we took the detour. The drive out to Pine Mountain is nothing short of stunning and when you arrive in the village it feels like a ski resort with pretty lights everywhere and lovely wooden buildings. Our room was cozy and comfortable and so inviting after a long drive, really nicely decorated and with all sorts of thoughtful extras. We chatted to Diana the following morning, she's as lovely as you could hope and very welcoming. Overall we wished we had booked for more than one night! One thing to note is that most of the restaurants start to shut around 8/8.30pm - worth remembering so you don't miss out on dinner!

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Samantha__Harris__12
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Reviewed 5 December 2011

We spent last Friday at the Pine Mountain Inn in Pine Mountain Club and it surpassed our expectations! The town is adorable and charming and you can walk pretty much everywhere "downtown" from the Inn. We arrived after dark on a chilly night and were pleasantly surprised that the heat and lights were on in our room...very cozy! Since we were only there for one night, we took the less expensive non-pet-friendly room downstairs (my husband is allergic to pets) -- Wildflower (the upstairs rooms have fireplaces too -- I am sorry we didn't have time to check them out too). Photos on the website do not do this room justice! The decor is true to the theme of wildflowers, but it is not frou-frou. Clever bas-relief stencils in the plaster of the walls, beautiful blow-ups of photos (by the innkeeper) of wildflowers, a comfy antique queen bed, etc. The Inn has only been open for about 18 months and everything feels brand new, yet cozy and warm. Our room even had a private deck overlooking the pines. We wish we could have stayed longer and are certain we will be back when we need a getaway from the city. Thanks to Diana for making our short stay memorable.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 23 June 2011

This was a great place to escape the city for a day or two. Actually would have liked to stay longer! The little town is cute. The smell of the tall pines was great. The Inn is warm and cozy with nice sheets, good sized rooms and Diana is a very pleasant person to talk to and she enjoys making you comfortable while you are there. Great food around the corner or across the walk way. A very pleasant place to stay. I also had a dog and usually when you have pet you get the "pet room". This usually means you get an icky run down room in most places. Not here. It was just as nice as the non pet rooms! I will go back for sure.

Room Tip: We had the Pine Cone room because we had a dog!
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 14 July 2013 via mobile
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  • Stayed: July 2013
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