We spent several days hiking at Pinnacles National Park recently and stayed at the Hacienda. It was absolutely lovely and certainly is worth a return trip. The Hacienda is in San Juan Bautista, about 45 minutes from the park. We had a very spacious room...เพิ่มเติม
We look forward to returning to Hacienda de Leal. We spent two great nights in the charming old town of San Juan Bautista while exploring Pinnacles National Park and the Monterey/Carmel Coast. This is a rustic mission-style hotel with a friendly, helpful staff. The central...เพิ่มเติม
I stayed at Hacienda de Leal because I had to work in Hollister. My reservations were made a day in advance and I feel the rate was good on such short notice. The staff was helpful and responsive with directions for the area. They helped...เพิ่มเติม
We had a lovely, spacious room with rustic, Mission-style furniture but also modern amenities like microwave, refrigerator--and an Illy espresso maker! The walkway outside the room overlooked a beautiful courtyard with lights in the trees. In the morning, there's a delicious, reasonably healthy complimentary breakfast--granola...เพิ่มเติม
We had a great overnight stay here. Simple, but charming and spacious bedroom and bath area. Breakfast was ok. Ask for a quiet room, as far from the nearby highway as possible. We did,and had no problem with noise others have mentioned. The walk to...เพิ่มเติม
I did not see one, truthfully I was there for work and did not explore the grounds
Is there a charge for a dog, and if so how much?
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I did see some small dogs staying at the hotel but I do not know what that charge would be for a furry guest.
I stopped by late last month and made a reservation. Me and a friend intend to ride bicycles down there from San Jose. Since you're on the off-side of highway 156 do you have an on-site restaurant or do you have some way of getting to and from the Matxain Etxea without us having to run across the highway and then return in the dark? Or is there a safe method of crossing the highway on foot?