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Deetjen's Big Sur Inn is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Big Sur, offering a quaint environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Deetjen's Big Sur Inn, visitors can check out The Esalen Institute (14.5 km) and Bixby Bridge (18.4 km), some of Big Sur's top attractions.
Guests can enjoy a restaurant while staying at Deetjen's Big Sur Inn.
Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Deetjen's Big Sur Inn.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Treebones Resort Wild Coast Restaurant and The Sushi Bar, one of the sushi restaurants that can be found in Big Sur, which is a short distance from Deetjen's Big Sur Inn.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Big Sur Tours and More (1.0 km), Hawthorne Gallery (0.9 km), and Henry Miller Memorial Library (0.4 km), which are some popular Big Sur attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the resort.
Enjoy your stay in Big Sur!
We stayed in Castoro cabin this past summer (2018) and it was lovely, albeit overpriced for the very basic cabin in the woods experience. We decided to go back for our anniversary in November and booked two nights shortly after our summer visit. The day...More
We spent one night here, with friends. Very comfortable room, all mod cons despite the atmosphere of a log cabin - great fun. Impeccably clean. Note - no Wi-Fi or mobile signal.
Very nice cooked breakfast in the restaurant.
All the staff we encountered were...More
Deetjen’s is extremely charming. The decor inside is eclectic and cozy and has great eye appeal!
We were staying at the Post Ranch Inn and they drove us over. That was a good move as we could see parking at Deetjen‘s may be a bit...More
A charming historic inn on Highway One with lovely people and fabulous food and wine. Well worth the stopover.
If you've ever read Henry Miller, the Beats, particularly Kerouac or have an interest in how California put itself on the cool cultural map of world...More