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We chose to camp instead of sleep in a yurt because there is no stove-cooking permitted in or near yurts. We were pleasantly surprised to have a driver take us and our gear to our site in a golf cart. Campsites 1-2 felt...More
We stayed in the Tree-house Cabin and it was wonderful! Beautiful views of the ocean out the window, cute fireplace, comfy bed, cool rope bridge, semi-private... The only thing missing was the toilet! The bathroom was a little walk up the trail. But it was...More
What a relaxing and beautiful place. Stayed in Yurt 16 which is away from main lodge and loved it. Going to sleep with the distant barking of sea lions was the coolest thing. No cell phone service makes this the perfect getaway.
My boyfriend and I stayed at Treebones for one night as we drove from San Francisco to Santa Barbara. I have great things to say about Treebones, however I do feel like one night was enough. The accommodation (the Yurt), especially the bed, was extremely...More
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Response from MrsTreebones, Owner at Treebones ResortResponded 10 June 2014
Thank you for your constructive comments. We have encouraged our housekeeping staff to renew their diligence in the cleaning regimen and sorry you did not find the facilities as clean as we typically aspire to. Please try us again!.
Spectacular location. Ocean View Yurts gave a great view over the Pacific far below.
Quite pricey, however the scarcity value of the location makes it worth it in my opinion, along the entire coastal highway, there are very few other places to stay. No shops...More
I never had to wait for someone. There are 4 or 5 toilets and showers. I recall being there either alone or one other guest at the most. Maybe coincidence but the communal situation did not bother me at all.