Nestled in the hills, in historic downtown Tomales, California, the newly-built Continental Inn is a replica of the original turn-of-the-century hotel that stood in the same spot - the cornerstone of this picturesque community's quaint downtown. With nine unique, spacious rooms - each with private baths and fridge, and brim full of antiques, the Continental Inn offers that elusive combination of unhurried charm and modern comfort & convenience. Read relax, stroll through the historic village and enjoy Tomales. We're a 5 minute drive from Dillon Beach and outdoor attractions, like kayaking, birdwatching, cycling, whalewatching and clamming, that makes us the perfect choice for a weekend getaway.Only a 45 minute drive birngs you to the wine country of Sonoma and Napa. Experience the history and beauty of peacful Tomales on the Marin coast in California.
2.8 on June 20, 2016
When we arrive there was nobody in reception. Front door was closed with a code number. We try to phone but our phones didn't have service. We were lucky because two people arrived at this moment and they let us to come inside. They said the same thing happens to them. So, we didn't see innkeeper at any time. Only a envelope with my name, and the door code inside!!! If you know there are problems with phone signal, it would be so easy send the door code when the reservation is confirmed And ... for $176 they would serve some cookings or muffins with the cofee. Room and hotel are very nice. Beautiful and clean.
4.6 on June 12, 2016
We stayed in the Ivy Room of this lovely, well-kept, 4-room Inn. The room was charming, very clean and comfortable, decor was tasteful, and we were welcomed and checked in with warmth and professionalism. It surpassed our expectations in every way. They have a continental breakfast on weekends, but we were there on a Monday, so cannot comment as to onsite dining, but can't submit this review without checking a box. Highly recommend!
4.0 on October 01, 2015
The room was stylishly decorated and very clean. Very comfortable and very quiet except for the cows in the morning. Great country treat.
3.2 on April 19, 2015
The rooms were great and it was quiet. There wasn't anyone onsite and our phones didn't have service (ATT) which made it hard to communicate and we needed to a few times. The Inn keeper was really responsive on email but we had to drive a few miles to have service. Have all your needed info printed out- "just in case"!
4.8 on January 23, 2015
We took advantage of the January-February off season and had the place all to ourselves. Despite our late arrival after a nice dinner in Petaluma, our host welcomed us warmly and we enjoyed a great night's sleep on one of the most comfortable beds I've experienced. Room and general ambiance of the Inn were elegant but low key and relaxing. Great stop of the way to Point Reyes.
4.2 on January 16, 2015
Our 1-2 day trip to Tomales Bay was made better by our stay at the Continental. After a day of birding and eating seafood on Tomales Bay (we love Tomales Bay Oysters, Marshall Store and Hog Island) - we slept well in a comfortable room at the Continental. Everything was real good - clean - period décor - and quiet. I recommend this hotel (there is no restaurant connected to the hotel - so I left the dining question empty - you get coffee in the AM - which was just fine).
4.0 on December 14, 2014
Clean room, good value. Will definitely use again!
3.2 on September 26, 2014
The room was very clean and well appointed. It was very noisy at night and early in the morning. Cars and motorcycles roaring by and gunning their engines.
4.8 on August 20, 2014
Coffee could be richer. Also, we both barked out shins on the bed frame. But I think we'll ask for a room off the front due to the nighttime traffic noise. The town is very quiet, but the nighttime traffic just screams thru town. I wonder why there's not a 4-way stop sign at that intersection.
3.4 on August 13, 2014
We only stayed for 1 night. The room was clean and just what we were looking for. We were given the door key code and our keys were waiting for us upon our arrival. The road nearby was a little noisy, but not too bothersome. We were a little disappointed in the continental breakfast but luckily there is a fabulous bakery across the street.
Our largest room, the Ivy Room, located at the side of the hotel, will make you want to spend a quiet evening relaxing indoors. Features include 2 queen beds, private bath & shower,cozy electric fireplace, small fridge, flat screen TV and wireless internet access.
Our most romantic! Located in a corner at the back of the hotel, this room is private and special. Features include a cozy electric fireplace, king bed with pillowtop mattress, fridge, private bath & shower, flat screen TV, and wireless internet access.
This spacious, comfortable room contains two queen beds with pillowtop mattresses, private bath & shower, small fridge, flat screen TV and wireless internet access.
The Rose Garden room, located in the corner of the hotel, features two windows that look out at the surrounding hills, and also down on picturesque Main Street. Features include a King bed with pillowtop mattress, fridge, private bath & shower, fridge, flat screen TV, and wireless internet access.
The quiet, elegant simplicity of the Primrose Room echoes that of Tomales and the surrounding quaint downtown. The Primrose Room has a king bed with pillowtop mattress, private bath & shower, small fridge, flat screen TV and wireless internet access, and a desk to address postcards to friends and family.
This is a corner room, with two windows that give incredible views of the surrounding hills, as well as a look at picturesque Main Street. The Bluebell Room features a king bed, with pillowtop mattress, private bath & shower, flat screen TV, small fridge and wireless internet access. Need to get a little work done? This room has a table/desk for just that purpose.
The Daffodil Room is located on the ground floor, with a private entrance from the street. The room features a king bed with a luxurious pillowtop mattress, a cozy electric fireplace with two comfortable chairs, a kitchenette complete with a microwave and fridge, and a large bathroom with a tub/shower and grab bars. A flat screen TV and wireless internet make this the perfect place to unwind. Daffodil Suite has a two-night minimum stay.
Great for family and friends, this spacious room features two queen beds with pillowtop mattresses. The Lavender Room also has a private bath & shower, small fridge, flat screen TV and wireless internet access.
This room is true indulgence! Located in our most sumptuous corner at the back of the hotel, the Lords & Ladies Room is private, features two windows, a large king-size bed, private bath & shower, fridge and cozy electric fireplace, flat screen TV and wireless internet access.
Dillon Beach 5 minutes drive west, Nick's Cove 10 mins south - waterfront fine dining, Oyster beds 10 minutes drive south, Point Reyes Seashore 20 minutes drive south, Napa and Sonoma Wine Country 1 hour drive east, Bodega Bay 20 minutes north, Countryside, Village
San Francisco, CA (SFO) 58 miles
Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Nature area, Nick's Cove 3 1/2 Miles south, Kayaking on Tomales Bay, Point Reyes National Seashore, Napa & Sonoma Wine Country within 1 hour drive, River, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Telephone , Wireless internet in every room, Fireplaces in some rooms
Amenities Basket, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Dillon Beach 5 minutes drive away , Rent a boat and go fishing, A mile of white sand and clamming, Local Oysters 15 minutes drive south, Bodega Bay 17 miles north