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Julian Gold Rush Hotel in Julian provides accommodations with a garden and a terrace. Very friendly place to unwind and unplug. Said to be the oldest operating hotel in America. Bring a book as there is no access to a t.v. That being said, there is access to wifi.
Located 31 miles from Anza Borrego Desert State Park, Wikiup Bed and Breakfast offers a shared lounge, a garden and air-conditioned accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. The "dream catcher" room decorations exceeded the expectations of its theme. Resort very clean and owner welcoming. Homemade breakfasts were delicious and unique. The llamas on property a bonus. Very enjoyable weekend!
Located in historic downtown Julian and family owned and operated for 25 years, Oak Hill Inn, Julian offers free WiFI access in public areas. Enjoyed every part of our stay. We plan to be back to visit this cute little town in the winter and we definitely plan to stay at this inn again.
Showcasing mountain views, this inn is located in the charming town of Julian just 18 mi from Anza Borrego Desert State Park. Free WiFi is included in each guest room. We did like that the Inn was close to town. This was a big plus for us. The innkeepers were very friendly and were very pro-active in seeing if we enjoyed our time with them and in asking for input on improving the quality of their inn. Check-in/Check-out was the most efficient I had ever experienced.
Book your stay at WikiUp Bed-n-Breakfast. When you go in to town, be sure to visit the Eagle Mining Company and take a tour through the mine (it's been there since 1870). Great experience to get away from the bustle of city life for a weekend.
Great pies. Not enough shady spots to park, or dog friendly places. Too short a visit to really see more of the town. Jeremy's had wonderful servers. Beer co. was cold on a cool day. Wynola Pizza and Bistro had a fantastic salmon salad and complementary Chardonnay.
Very cute little town... I should have stayed an extra day and walked around a little more.. but did take advantage of the bakery across from my hotel (California Mountain Bakery) and it was fabulous with a very friendly staff.
Such a beautiful and quaint historical town. A great place for history buffs or those looking for a charming and relaxing environment. Lots of cute stores and bakeries. Most everything is closed by 6pm, leaving only a couple of resteraunt options for dinner. Plan accordingly. I would love to go back for the Christmas holiday as apparently the town is decorated with holiday trimmings. And it would be a white christmas because at 4,000 feet, Julian gets plenty of snow! Sounds beautiful!
The people are very friendly and the town was so whimsical. Great visit! We stayed at Julian Gold Rush hotel, ate at Romano’s restaurant and end the evening at Julian’s Beer Bar. Shout out to Oakwood Creek Antiques. The owner was super sweet! Enjoyed the music playing in the store. Oh let’s not forget the delicious apple cider from the Julian’s Cider Mill, you gotta try it!
We really enjoy exploring Julian. Went to Jeremy's on the Hill in Wynona for our birthday/anniversary celebration. Food and service was wonderful! We always go to this restaurant when we visit this area. Bought a few pies in Julian, which are delicious! Ate at the the Julian Grille for lunch, food and service was very good. Only problem we found was on the day of departure, we couldn't find a restaurant in Julian open for breakfast, lots of the restaurants are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The "Regulars Wanted" restaurant was listed on Yelp as serving breakfast on Wednesday at 6, stopped there to eat, sign on door said "kitchen closed", just coffee available, no reason given why kitchen was closed. We ended up eating at the Lake Cuyamaca restaurant, which was just okay. At least we were able to have breakfast. Went to the produce stand in Wynola, bought fruit from the area, very good.
9.0 Awesome 130 reviews
We loved our stay. Emily the innkeeper was warm and welcoming. Tucker Peak Lodge was spacious and had great views of the valley below - including some soaring eagles! There were lots of little extras like snacks and tea and coffee, and the little township of Julian was so sweet, with lots of food choices and heaps of history.
We liked our hostess and host. We liked the location out in the desert, and close to Anza Borrego. Close enough to Julian to enjoy dinner there. It was a beautifully appointed place. Artfully decorated. Fully equipped kitchen. Built for family, now shared with travelers.
9.3 Awesome 34 reviews
Very quaint cabin close to nature, lovely location near Julian center and state parks, lovely hosts checking in to make sure we were ok, cute decorations, Netflix and cosy rooms, kitchen and coffee/hot chocolate,
9.2 Awesome 282 reviews
The hotel was well located for the town amenities and local attractions. The hotels charm & "bonus features" outweighed the size of the room for a short stay.
8.5 Very Good 458 reviews
Nice location in small cosy Julian, Friendly staff. Room is OK but nothing extra, no fridge in room. Just a few table ourside to sit. Free parking is fine
8.3 Very Good 78 reviews
Everything.. perfect location, beautiful views, cleanliness of the room, friendliness of the staff. I would highly recommend the Julian Inn!
9.7 Exceptional 48 reviews
Property and room were beautiful, llamas are very cool. Food was excellent . Very peaceful. Close to down town Julian.
8.9 Excellent 198 reviews
Good location in Julian. Short walk into town. Unit was clean, owner was friendly.
8.3 Very Good 280 reviews
Close to Julian Cider Company