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Reviewed 2 October 2012

Yes, this place is way off the beaten path and that is part of its charm...it used to be a healing center and does have a nice vibe in some respects...but there is a greed vibe from the owner that is a turn-off. ($2.00 for a tiny cup of coffee, $4.00 for a gallon of water...really?? For a $150.00 night...

3Thank moondragon23
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 7 November 2011

We stayed here for the first time and found it to be a gem. It is just off the beaten track (I-5), to feel like a real getaway. This place is NOT a polished resort, more like a half-step up from RV camping, but the hot spring baths and spas definitely make up for any "rustic" facilities. There are also...

5Thank srarakawa
Santa Cruz, California
Reviewed 6 October 2011

This is a real find for anybody who loves low key but comfortable relaxation in California backroads. I am only sorry that our family did not discover this place earlier. We came here on a weekend and spent one night camping with our pre-teen daughters. We used the pool a lot and spent some time in the outdoor hot tubs....

3Thank Trav-a-lot-from-Cali
Santa Cruz, California
Reviewed 24 September 2011

My wife and I spent 2 nights in a cabin (with ktchen) and had a comfortable and memorable experience. As others have said, "Mercey Hot Springs resort is not for everyone", but with the proper amount of preparation it can be a wonderful place to relax and de-stress. Some things to consider: (1) Location is quite remote, and there are...

6Thank Sunseeker600
Lemoore, CA
Reviewed 29 July 2011

Mercey Hot Springs resort is not for everyone, but it was for us. I scheduled an anniversary stay in March with my wife and then returned in June with my wife and 16 yo daughter. There are 6 rustic cabins, each with its own, unique design. There are also campsites available for those with tents and campers. The big draw...

2Thank Troutinator
Reviewed 16 May 2011

Is it a private home, or a resort? Is it a Harbin/Vichy/Esalan-style hot springs or is it a BLM/State campground? (I've camped and stayed at all of the above, so I know the drill in the different environments.) I was thrilled to give this place a try, because I'm constantly on the lookout for QUIET places where amplified music isn't...

6Thank happytrailzCA
Sebastopol, California
Reviewed 25 March 2011

We stayed two nights at Mercey Hot Springs. The cabins are best described as: shabby chic meets 70s California woody meets "still under construction." It is being renovated and alot of the materials are re-use. It works. The tubs are really nice, really hot, with many different bathing options: clothes, no clothes, private, public. You may have to develop a...

Thank Mabbott
San Jose, California
Reviewed 18 January 2011

This place is improving every time we visit. They now offer for sale a limited selection of packaged snacks (eg muesli bars), a cup of coffee/tea, and ice cream at reception. Mercey Hotsprings is partly rustic and partly elegant. Where else can you soak in hot mineral water, piped from the ground, with stars above and barely a person around?...

3Thank usuallyhappytravels
Tucson, Arizona
Reviewed 20 November 2010

We took a short rest from driving to soak in the hot springs on our way back from a family function in NoCal. The resort is being updated and so far the owners are doing a marvelous job. As the other reviewers have stated, this is a rustic sort of place and if you enjoy camping and the planning that...

Thank gr8fulspace
Pasadena, CA, USA
Reviewed 30 August 2010

We were looking for away to break up the trip from Socal to Nocal without staying in a crappy motel. About four hours from LA and a 20 minute drive from the I-5 is mercey hot springs. The place originates from the late 1800s, has burned down a couple times and is now being renovated into a really nice place...

1Thank harrison71

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Address: 62964 Little Panoche Rd, Firebaugh, CA 93622-9599
Region: United States > California > Firebaugh
Number of rooms: 6
Also Known As:
Mercey Hot Springs Hotel Firebaugh
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“Rustic accommodation. Get an Airstream trailer for glamping.”
Jilara, 26 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Check the website... the cabins are not all the same.”
srarakawa, 6 Nov 2011 | Read review
“Pay a little extra for the cabin with a small kitchen, or choose the cabin with the privacy deck.”
  • Clothing optional hot tub area
Troutinator, 28 Jul 2011 | Read review
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