If possible, don't check in during the dinner rush; the staff is really busy at that time. Otherwise, everything was fine. No continental breakfast, and the restaurant doesn't open until 8:30, but there is another one just down the road with food that's fine.
This inn was a stopover on a road trip, not a destination. It's a combination restaurant and inn, with the rooms above the restaurant. It's right on Coast 1 highway, so there was some traffic noise, but not bad. Also, we could hear the live band from the bar, but they stopped at 9, and didn't disturb us (country western, very good music!) The rooms are spacious and clean with a bit of a view of the ocean. The building dates to 1906, so it has that historic feel, but everything is clean and fresh. The food at the restaurant downstairs was organic, fresh, tasty, and a bit pricey, but the caramelized Brussels sprouts are the best appetizer I ever ate!