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  • 1
    Post Ranch Inn Big Sur

    Post Ranch Inn Big Sur

    5
    13 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    Stayed here for a birthday weekend - stunning ocean views. Great place, recommend it highly. But you will pay for the privilege of staying.

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    Ventana Inn & Spa

    Ventana Inn & Spa

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    4.5
    12 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    Beautifully designed, huge & comfortable rooms, very quiet environment, perfect vacation for relaxation except of the pricey price.

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    Big Sur River Inn

    Big Sur River Inn

    4.5
    7 reviews
    Mediocre - 69% of guests recommend

    You don't have to stay at the Inn to enjoy it. It's in the heart of Big Sur and is a nice little pit stop for the road weary. Go to the river behind the Inn and sit in one of the chairs in the middle of the river. Nice unique spot.

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    Glen Oaks Motel

    Glen Oaks Motel

    5
    5 reviews

    Unless you're camping, and sometimes not even then, you can't find anywhere to stay in Big Sur on a budget. But this restyled retro motor lodge gets points for its interior design (a mix of eco and boutique, by peeps from San Francisco) and the location. It's in the heart of Big Sur, such as it is. And if you ...

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  • 5
    Deetjen's Big Sur Inn

    Deetjen's Big Sur Inn

    4.5
    5 reviews

    stole this from my Yelp review. If you don't feel like roughing it you may want to think twice about this joint. If you want adventure, nature, beauty and high society prices for a room without locks, this is your place. Seriously, this was a wonderful experience. I escaped here for my birthday weekend and was not disappointed at all. ...

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    Kirk Creek Campground

    Kirk Creek Campground

    5
    4 reviews

    If you like to camp - Kirk Creek is one of the best camping spot in California! Very simple with minimum facilities though. This year there was no running water and only Port-a-pottys. But if you pay a day use in the next campground at Limekiln (which I defenitly recommend for a short but pretty hike to a wonderful waterfall) ...

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    Treebones Resort

    Treebones Resort

    4.5
    3 reviews

    For something unique, this hillside glamping resort in southern Big Sur has canvas-sided yurts for rent, a few with ocean views and all with big comfy beds, pedestal sinks and hot showers and a bathroom just a short walk away. Thin walls means you don't get a lot of privacy, but it's fairly peaceful at night. When the weather cooperates, ...

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    Big Sur Lodge

    Big Sur Lodge

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    4
    3 reviews

    The general store's atmosphere is great for Big Sur road travelers. It's the lodge's cozy-rustic architecture that makes me feel like it's a forest home, especially in the cabins. The restaurant's food is not exciting, it's just if you need a fill of F.O.O.D. while you're on the road.

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    Ripplewood Resort

    Ripplewood Resort

    4.5
    2 reviews

    As one of the best-priced lodges in Big Sur, Ripplewood delivers. Sure, the staff is a little flaky, but the cabins are cozy and comfortable, the restaurant (open just for breakfast and lunch) is pretty tasty, and the setting is just as beautiful as the pricier lodgings in Big Sur.

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    Fernwood Resort

    Fernwood Resort

    4.5
    2 reviews

    After flying across the country to San Francisco from Miami and then driving south on Highway 1 for hours, all while pregnant and nauseated, I was absolutely ecstatic to arrive at Fernwood. It was everything I'd pictured and thensome. We received a warm greeting at check-in and were immediately given the keys to our beautiful little cabin. No television sets ...

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  • 11
    Plaskett Creek Campground

    Plaskett Creek Campground

    4
    2 reviews

    Run the US Forest Service at the quieter southern end of Big Sur, this campground sometimes still has space available when everywhere else further north has filled up. You can go beachcombing nearby at Jade Cove, then come back to your site and toast up s'mores by starlight.

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  • 12
    New Camaldoli Hermitage

    New Camaldoli Hermitage

    5
    1 review

    Went here on a four day retreat back in the late eighties. Wonderful- very simple room and shower with two vegetarian meals a day. Beautiful non-seating chapel. You stand in tiers that go 3/4 round the alter which is in the center. First time I went, I'd gone in July. After settling in, I went for a walk around the ...

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  • 13
    Pat's Spring

    Pat's Spring

    5
    1 review

    Gorgeous overlook campground in the far backcountry of the Ventana wilderness. One of the most beautiful single spots to sleep for the night in all of California!

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    Lucia Lodge

    Lucia Lodge

    3
    2 reviews

    These cabins perched precariously (or so it seems when you first see them) on the side of Hwy 1 look like an idyllic place to hide away for the weekend. But rates are sky-high for what you get, and not all of the simple motel-style units are well-kept. If you're heading north, keep driving to the riverside cabins further north ...

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  • 15
    Big Sur Campground & Cabins

    Big Sur Campground & Cabins

    4
    1 review

    Big Sur campground is as classic California camping as it gets. It's a huge campground, the front sections (closer to the entrance) sit in a redwood forest. The section in the rear is more open camping, aka less privacy and more sun. There is a creek that runs through the campground, sites next to the creek are booked fast and ...

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  • 16
    Bottcher's Gap Campground

    Bottcher's Gap Campground

    4
    1 review

    Beautiful overlook spot onto Pico Blanco and the Ventana Wilderness. Although I've usually passed through on longer hikes, it's a destination in and of itself. A tidy, minimalist campground with a world class view!

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    Riverside Campground and Cabins

    Riverside Campground and Cabins

    4
    1 review

    We camped here last minute and paid $40 for our campsite. There are real toilets, coin operated showers, and a stream running through the campsite.

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    Gorda Springs Resort
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    Mill Creek Ranch
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