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by Nature Girl1
February 4, 2005
The management was courteous and pleasant, and the morning breakfast was perfect, from cereal to the fresh, warm pasties from the local bakery. I can't say enough wonderful things about this place! It would be a GREAT romantic getaway!
From journal Going Sideways in Solvang
September 20, 2004
Our room (Rose Haven) was very nicely laid out, with drapes and a very flowery comforter. The bathroom was nothing special (with its yellow-tiled counter, it looked sort of like a kitchen), but was definitely adequate. Ours was one of two rooms with an adjacent parking space, which is a plus. (There is ample parking for the other rooms, just out in the main parking). The continental breakfast consisted of danishes (of course), coffee, orange juice, and several cereals.
Overall, it's a good place to stay and the innkeeper and staff were very helpful. It's a bit on the expensive side ($140 per night for Saturday and Sunday), especially for the level of accommodations, but I think part of that was because we went on a festival weekend. If we go back, I'd want to stay at another place, though-for variety's sake and also to be a little closer to the center of town.
From journal Anniversary Weekend in Solvang