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Each of our six individually decorated rooms, named after a famous surfing spot in the area, has its own unique style.
Dunes beach is at the apex of the inner harbor that creates Half Moon Bay. On big days it is closed out and unsurfable. On smaller days you can have the beach to yourself. Dunes is actually part of a continuum of beaches stretching from The Jetty south to Kelly Beach, covering several miles with a sandy bottom, and all one needs to do is walk until they find the right shape for their surfing style. Both lefts and right exists, although occasionally currents can be challenging with water moving several knots and making it difficult to stay in the take-off zone. But if you enjoy catching average waves with no crowds, then Dunes Beach is for you.
What makes the Dunes Guestroom so special…
Located in the quaint village of Princeton-by-the-Sea just minutes north of historic Half Moon Bay, you will find beachcombing, hiking, tidepooling, shopping, kayaking and oceanfront dining all within easy walking distance.
The Inn at Mavericks at Half Moon Bay is a wonderful place to stay. We had only one problem with this resort: Our stay here was unfortunately much too short. But because the room and the Bay are really nice we have a reason to come back alt least twice! Siegbert Rudolph with Sonja Rudolph, Oberasbach, Germany