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I have been staying at Deetjens for 45 years and have never been disappointed in any of the rooms. You have to know what you are looking for. For a return to the past with Grandpa his room is tops. I knew Stokes and have...More
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Response from Torreywaag, Manager at Deetjen's Big Sur InnResponded 22 July 2013
Thank you so much for your gracious review of Deetjens! It is always so gratifying to hear from people who really understand what our historic Inn is all about. We hope to see you back very soon.
Arriving at Deetjens after an arduous long haul 14 hour flight to San Francisco was welcomed relief. I'm jet lagged and weary. The 13th room had been offered to me well in advance of my stay as they had explained that it was probably the...More
Our family loved Deetjen's Big Sur Inn. The location is fantastic, with entrances to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and Pfieffer Big Sur State Park just miles away in either direction from your cabin. The cabin was VERY rustic (no phones, TV, or internet) with...More
This was a wonderful place to stay...no phones, no cells, no wifi....just very comfortabel rooms and wonderful people. We had a lovely room with a cherry outside our window, full of cherries...but it was the room nearest the room and one morning was very noisy...More
It’s a splendid place, if, for British tastes, a little up its own bottom. For a non-profit organisation, it’s not that cheap but if you’re doing the LA- San Francisco road trip, it really is a must. It has enormous charm, is enormously relaxing. Staff...More
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Response from Torreywaag, Manager at Deetjen's Big Sur InnResponded 27 June 2013
Thank you for your appreciation of our Inn! We are happy you enjoyed your stay.
We wanted you to know that your room, Chateau Fiasco, was the last room that the founder of the Inn, Helmuth Deetjens, worked on, completing it in 1961....More