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Interesting place to visit and stay once.
Stayed in Upper Commander's Suite which is a huge apartment. Had 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, full kitchen, large living room with an office/desk and large room at entrance. An interesting and historic property with few luxuries. Free...More
Four of us stayed in the Lower Commander's Suite. Very simple rooms: 3 bedrooms, kitchen & living room. There were no murals or carved doors as shown in some of the pictures. The stove was unusable & the water dispensing area of the fridge was...More
I have stayed here about 3 times in the past 15 years. I stayed in room 7 in May 2015, one of the very affordable Cowboy rooms. The room badly needed new paint and carpet, really bad shape that way. Furniture great, internet access great,...More
We decided to go wildflower viewing for a couple of days and drove down 101 to King City where we took the Jolon Road exit to Fort Hunter Liggett. The road is narrow but paved and lined with mature oaks. First, we visited the St...More
If you do not know about this place you need to look it up before you go. Charming, old world Hacienda type hotel stuck out in no mans land on Ft Hunter-Liggett military base. $90 bucks a night and when the military is not have...More
Response from TravelWarrior2000 | Reviewed this property |
Try (831) 386-2262 from their FB page. It took them a couple days to respond to my voicemail too. They're a little honeybadger in terms of regular staff hours/duties; appears to be a p/t job for people who live on the base.
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