Rancho Pescadero: the rooms

We stayed at Rancho Pescadero for a total of four nights and stayed in three different rooms. This wasn’t by choice (we aren’t loco) but it ended up being a great way to see all the hotel had to offer. All of the rooms were so different. What remained the same: every morning a pre-breakfast basket full of fresh fruit, pastries, coffee and a surf report was delivered to your room. The rooms had zero electronics–no TV, no phone, no wifi*. No problemo!!

Room 22: The Honeymoon Suite
The deck was massive and we slept with the doors open and fell asleep to the sounds of the crashing waves (perfect for John who can’t sleep without his sound machine). The bathroom was complete with a his and her farmhouse sink, soaking tub and shower.

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Room 2: Milagro Suite 
We loved this room and spent two nights here. It came with an expansive deck plus a winding staircase that lead to a private rooftop with a day bed. The best place to whale watch and see the sunset.

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Full disclosure: I got pretty sick on our last night. Too many lime Frito-s and a long day out on the choppy sea perhaps? This room was also a dream. I loved the baby blue mosquito net and the table on the deck with the animal hide chairs. The free wifi* from the pool area was also available to this room due to the proximity.

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3 responses

  1. Ok, I just got to your blog because my daughter wants to get married at Rancho Pescadero and your blog popped up! We are from the Midwest (Kansas City) and we want to do something very different and laid back. Sounds like you loved your experiance, crazy question but could you see a wedding there??

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