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I was already thinking of writing a nice review for the inn but, now I have to. My recent stay, March 2012, was for a campus tour of CalPoly with my daughter. We selected the Peach Tree Inn due to the location and the cost...More
The other reviews were a good guide to the quality of the place. Stayed there in mid-March 2012, the people were friendly, everything was clean and in good repair, it was quiet. A nice option to the chains.
This is a true "Mom and Pop" motel from the 60's or 70's. It has been updated on the inside and is a welcome surprise for those of us who have decided to give it a try. My room was 'creekside' , had a patio...More
We have stayed at the Peach Tree Inn twice in 2012, and have enjoyed our stay. It is an older hotel, but clean, quiet and comfortable. It is also one of the most reasonably priced places to stay in SLO. It is within walking distance...More
Response from michaelbD7785DX | Reviewed this property |
No, there isn't. My experience with the train has been that it is not on schedule, so public transportation left me abandoned at the depot. There were no rental agencies open and I was stuck. Uber is the best solution.
Response from CsquaredColorado | Reviewed this property |
Very close. Much closer than downtown and there is a bus stop out front that can take you to campus. Don't try parking on campus unless you have a parking permit. I would guess a mile from campus. From the Peach Tree, go a... More
Very close. Much closer than downtown and there is a bus stop out front that can take you to campus. Don't try parking on campus unless you have a parking permit. I would guess a mile from campus. From the Peach Tree, go a block towards downtown and go right on Grand, take that all the way to campus.
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"I would request a room towards the back of the property to stay farther away from the road noise."