Our suite offers prime water and mountain views, and lots of privacy. Clean & perfectly furnished; authentic watercolor renderings of popular scenic Sausalito views. Ideal for busy exec's or visitors who desire long-term stays (one month or longer).
Free parking on premise
Check-in is anytime after 3PM
Check out by 9AM
This beautiful suite in Sausalito is immaculately clean, wonderfully decorated and very well furnished. The hosts were fast to respond to our inquiries and very kind and accommodating with our late arrival and specific needs travelling with a trailer. We especially appreciated…
Response from Babette:
We are honored to receive such glowing words from Elizabeth & Santiago; and delighted they enjoyed their stay with us. While they make references to being busy, and returning home late one evening after a long day of business, in their modesty, what they don't mention is what brought them here — Santiago is an accomplished artist and was accepted into the famous Sausalito Art Festival (the no. 1 juried outdoor annual art festival in North America). Indeed, the jury awarded him a prize in his category because his art stood out, even among the some 270 other artists who also exhibited during this exciting four-day Labor Day weekend event. It was because they were so busy with the Festival that we tried to provide extra care. We knew they had no spare time, so when they came home to relax, we didn't want them to be greeted by the "perfume" of old banana peels or spent take-out food containers. Our goal was to assure a restful stay, we hope they'll come again.
We had a wonderful stay in Babette's suite. It looks exactly like the photos and was super-clean. The bathroom is beautiful and the kitchenette so convenient. We felt like we'd hit the jackpot - that was our reaction. Babette even left us some goodies in the mini-fridge as we…
Response from Babette:
Pam and Rob were truly ideal guests! They were true "tourists" in that they took advantage of every opportunity to see as much as possible in both Sausalito and San Francisco by taking the bus and ferry. Our only regret is that their visit was entirely too short, as we would have appreciated a chance to spend time with them and get to know them better. In their review of our Sausalito Garden Bayview Suite, Pam mentions that we live at the top of a steep hill, which is partially true. Sadly what she didn't know — and we didn't think to volunteer — is that all the cross-roads immediately south of us provide gentle incline/decline both up and down our hill, allowing people on foot to enjoy leisurely strolls without engaging in "ab burns." Thankfully, both Pam and Rob were keen to do as much walking as possible on this vacation; their hikes up and down the hills made it possible for them to return home looking even more toned than when they arrived. Still, when I read Pam's review where she mentions that we live atop a steep hill, I was so shocked and even a little bit saddened because I only then realized that we never spoke about the more gentle approaches, which are many, to and from our house. It's certainly true that because we're a hillside community, generally Sausalito only offers flat dwellings if one lives on the water or can afford to have hillside properties flattened by excavating with heavy equipment. Our home sits above City Hall on a lovely and historic piece of property; we enjoy sharing its lore and picturesque views with visitors. Many thanks.
I'm glad to have this chance to share our lovely Sausalito cottage with our very special guests. My husband Bill and I enjoy living in this wonderful bayside village, where we have been actively involved in the community for many years. We've often been told that my cooking refle…