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THE MAVERICKS GUESTROOM

Each of our six individually decorated rooms, named after a famous surfing spot in the area, has its own unique style.

~Mavericks~
Mind blowing. Explosive…These are some of the adjectives used to describe the most famous big wave break on the continental United States. Mavericks offers an e-ticket ride for those who have the nerve to paddle the half-mile out to an ethereal reef spot just off Pillar Point. Discovered by famed surfer Jeff Clark and ridden solo over the ensuing decade, Mavericks is a fickle spot that really only works when the swell comes from the northwest, at high tide, and with no or offshore winds. The wave needs caressing by nature, and can go from good to bad in less than an hour. In 2007 one of the largest waves purportedly reached 100 feet, although it mostly breaks anywhere from 15 to 45 feet. These are not waves to tease but to simply ride straight and hard to safety. Most take the right, which has three separate bowls that collapse on the surfer but which ultimately exits to safety.

What makes the Mavericks Guestroom so special…

  • Spectacular waterfront views
  • 550 square feet of living space, our largest 1st floor suite
  • Large private veranda ideal for afternoon naps
  • PET FRIENDLY
  • Thermostat controlled fireplace
  • King-size bed
  • Luscious linens and bedding with duvet comforter
  • Sitting area with large Couch and oversized chair
  • Cozy dining nook
  • Elegant bathroom with deep soaking tub / rain-showerhead
  • Refrigerator & microwave
  • Keurig “pod” coffee maker
  • 40” flat screen TV with DVD
  • Complimentary high-speed wireless internet
  • iPod docking station
  • Traditional alarm clock radio, easy to operate

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.

We found the Inn at Mavericks on the last day of our California holiday. Had we found it earlier, we never would have left.