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The reviews are accurate - it is a pleasant setting. Be aware of a few things, however. First, if you are going on a romantic getaway, you might think twice about intimacy. The beds are noisy and squeak. Additionally, the house is otherwise very quite,...More
Pasture and farm but modern facility. 6 minutes to Point Reyes even with traffic. Amazingly comfortable beds. No toiletries. There really are alpacas! Lovely common area overlooking gardens, meadows, sheep and horses.
My husband and I stayed at Lingonberry Farm in early April. We were supposed to stay 2 nights but only stayed one--more on that later.
*The garden in front of the B&B is beautiful and the fields surrounding it are bucolic and peaceful....More
This is one of the best B&Bs we have stayed at: very pleasant welcome by the owners,silent nights, great breakfast with local goat cheeses and good cereals, as well as fabulous home- made pastries. As we visited the area in January, the outside night temperatures...More
The phrase "Taste of Sweden" was framed over our bed in the Skane room. As others have noted, the rooms are immaculate. The Skane room has a nice view towards Tomales Bay with most of the view actually being local farmland. On the grounds itself,...More
Yes. Good restaurants: Saltwater in Inverness is about 5 miles away. Sir and Star is in Olema. Stellina for dinner and Station House Cafe for breakfast and lunch are in Pt. Reyes Station. I love the lemon pot de creme... More
Yes. Good restaurants: Saltwater in Inverness is about 5 miles away. Sir and Star is in Olema. Stellina for dinner and Station House Cafe for breakfast and lunch are in Pt. Reyes Station. I love the lemon pot de creme at the Station House
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"The Skane room has the balcony and the view towards the bay - other rooms open out onto the garden patio..."