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10 Inverness Way Inverness, CA 94937
10 Inverness WayUSCaliforniaInverness94937
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A bed and breakfast inn best known as a destination for hikers and readers. This Northern California B&B Inn is located in the village of Inverness, steps from Tomales Bay and 45 min from SF
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James Neal
3 weeks ago
Apparently recently under new ownership my wife and I were EXTREMELY happy with our stay! The rooms are cozy, comfortable, clean and quiet. Every breakfast was hand made from scratch including the juice - very delicious! The owners were polite and friendly but did not intrude on our privacy. Not to mention the Inverness way is beautiful. Lots of great scenery and wildlife both in and out of the ocean! I would recommend it to anyone.
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Nic Kleemann
2 years ago
We just had a great stay at the B&B. The room was cozy, the bed was comfy and Teri was very helpful and made the most delicious breakfast for us. Additionally we had the joy of meeting very nice people here and had nice chats over breakfast. See you soon.
A Google User
4 years ago
Good location. Friendly service. Yummy breakfast. Lumpy bed.
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Terry Horwath
9 months ago
Good rooms (small, as is the B&B experience) with excellent linens and towels. The breakfast is excellent as is the coffee served in the morning and afternoon. We would stay here again if we ever visit Point Reyes again (in our 2 day visit we saw, whales, sea lions, Tule Elk (!), mule deer, several red tail hawks and coyotes). The hiking and Pacific Ocean view are just great). Very well run inn. Gave good recommendations for the limited dinner options available in this rather remote area.
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A Google User
7 years ago
Inverness is unquestionably the prettiest spot in Marin County with its fabulous Craftman-era neighborhoods and incomparable natural beauty, and this B&B is such a beautiful 3-story shingle home, but we were very disappointed when we took my parents to Ten Inverness Way for an overnight stay. We booked the least expensive room for ourselves and my parents booked the most expensive one (the downstairs kitchen suite which runs about $200/night). Our room was quaint, but I was stunned by the used condition of the bedding.The quilt had been turned upside down to hide its torn and worn topside. For $170 a night, I expect good bedding in a room. The bathroom was on the funky side with a tiny shower. My parents' top dollar room had the feeling of a cement basement with an amateurish mural behind the bed. It was cold in the room, but worse than this, it reeked of pine-sol which made my mother feel sick. Despite the coldness of the room, she opened the windows only to discover they did not have screens on them, and my parents spent the night being visited by numerous flies. The insect trouble culminated when my mother's breakfast contained a live earwig bug. She was eager to leave after that. I confess to being surprised by the rave reviews Ten Inverness Way gets. It is as though it has a magic aura about it that makes guests believe that the small, overpriced rooms are something special. It is always an embarrassing moment for shy guests when their host asks how they've enjoyed their stay and so many things about the stay have been a disappointment. Fortunately, we have review sites like this to speak up about our experiences if we are hesitant to tell an innkeeper that they aren't taking good care of their patrons' basic comforts. Ten Inverness Way should either lower their prices or do some remodeling and redecorating to make their rooms fine instead of funky. The windows should have screens and non-toxic, unscented cleaning products should be used well before guests check in. Rooms should be aired and checked for flies and other insects, especially as the dairy industry in this part of the world does cause a known fly problem in Pt. Reyes Peninsula towns. It's a lovely building with a pretty garden, but the lodgings need some work.
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Steven Hines
4 years ago


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