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Recent Stinson Beach reviews

  • Wonderful lagoon retreat to gather and reconnect with family.

    "The home is fully stocked in the kitchen and throughout. Lots of fun on the water and in the game room. Our annual 7 sisters weekend was delightful and we will be back."
    Guest: Hilary D. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 10, 2016
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  • I love Stinson Beach and this charming cottage!

    "My adult daughter and I stayed here for two nights to explore the coast before heading into the hills of wine country. This place really felt like home. The beds were quite comfy, and the kitchen was great! I am a chef, so know my way around a kitchen. LOL! However, other than breakfast, we really didn't cook because that was why I was on vacation - to let someone else cook for me. The little town of Stinson Beach is quite small, and has a tiny grocery store, but we were surprised at the quality way it was stocked! It seriously looked about the size of a gas station convenience store, but was so wonderful. Guacamole and salsa were stellar as were organic cheeses and produce! The cottage is a very short walk down a cute little path to the beach, and of course close to town. We had such an incredible dinner at the Parkside Cafe, we went back for breakfast! It was also fantastic. As we explored the coast, we stopped at a place right on the highway just north of Stinson Beach, called Tony's. Oysters Bingo might be the best oyster dish I have ever had in my life. It was their version of Oysters Rockefeller and simply delicious. Their shrimp and crab ceviche was unique in presentation and also yummy. Crab was in season, so one day we ate it for breakfast, lunch and dinner! I would definitely stay here again. The location is perfect for someone who doesn't wish to stay right in San Francisco, but wants to explore Muir Woods, and the charming coastal towns like Bolinas."
    Guest: Rhonda C. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 14, 2016
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  • Great Stinson family rental

    "This past weekend, my wife, 2 toddlers (4 year old twins), 17 year old daughter, Friend with his own toddler (4) and 7 year old all stayed at this "Comfortable family beach house". This is the second time in the past two years that we have stayed at this home and every time I walk away with such a great experience. My only regrets is wishing we could stay longer. The owner has done an excellent job stocking the kitchen and bathrooms with everything you could want to cook or take care of your family. We stay at a lot of VRBO rentals, but always find they are missing measuring cups, or some basic spices, or paper products. But at this place, every time I turned around it was like being at home. We brought the food and drinks, but everything else was covered. The home was clean, spacious, child friendly and a perfect distance to the beach. If and when the fog came up, there was plenty to do back at the house and it was wind protected there also. Although we were not a big party, we had a bunch of cars, which is always a problem in Stinson. There was plenty of parking, on the property, behind locked gates for all of our cars. The owners were very accommodating and met every need and/or want we had. I can not say enough, and will definitely return as soon as possible."
    Guest: Marin Traveler Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 7, 2016
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  • We love the Red House.

    "It's a beach house direct from central casting. Wooden stairs, generous decks, oversized sofas, puzzles, seashells , books all just steps from the beach and with a fenced-in yard. We appreciated the yard. After chasing balls on the beach and running through the waves, our two dogs were safely enclosed as they dozed and dried off in the sun. It was an unexpected gift--our schedule and the Red House's coincided; there we were for a mid week three day break at the end of August. Quiet mornings, long beach walks, strolls to town for indulgent breakfasts led to reading on the deck, pausing to take in the ocean. We settled in for afternoon naps deciding among the sofas in the expansive living room, the extra deep one in the snug den off the kitchen or on a lounge chair outside on the upper deck. We chose a break from cooking in favor of walking the five minutes to town each night to try a different spot for dinner. Had we been game, the well-appointed kitchen offered a light, bright and airy space to prepare meals. At night we left the door open to the deck off the bedroom to let the full sound of the surf lull us to sleep and gently wake us in the morning. The Red House is a special place--warm, welcoming, comfortable. The owners clearly understand beach houses and their community. Notes by the phone guide you to their favorite places and to appreciate their town. It's personal enough so you know someone cares, but not so much that it overwhelms or intrudes. It is a family home for you to make your own."
    Guest: Karen M. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 9, 2016
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