Yes it's rustic (no TV or phones), and a bit south to actually be in Big Sur, but my kids (ages 6 and 14) loved the small village feel and seeing whales swim by.
We arrived very late (9pm), and there were potential guests waiting for our room in case we didn't show up. The manager had kindly kept the restaurant open for us, so we managed to eat a nice meal before heading up to the Stone House: two bedrooms, a living room, and fireplace. Small, but charming.
Spoke to a few other guests at breakfast the next morning, and everyone complimented the gorgeous views and many complained about the lumpy beds, but we would definitely stay here again on our way to the Hearst Castle (40 minutes south).
- Also Known As:
- Gorda Springs Hotel Big Sur
- Gorda Springs Big Sur