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A very unique experience. The living quarters were very comfortable, and felt very cozy. It’s very nice and quiet after the museum closes, and very enjoyable to roam around the courtyard at sunset and after dark. There is a journal there for guests to write...More
It was fun staying in an old fort with 3 foot deep walls. The AC worked well and the beds were comfy. There was a little kitchen with a frig and coffee maker and microwave. The bathroom had a shower. The commode worked but had...More
What a wonderful way to truly experience the meaning of what happened here. The quarters were comfortable, but not fancy. I wish our whole group could have stayed here, but it only sleeps four. The best was being on the grounds in solitude.
Definitely a unique experience! So much history and the decor inside the accommodations adds to the experience. We enjoyed reading the guest log book (enough to give anyone the spooks) and loved hearing the church bells toll at night after darkness settled in. You have...More
Talk about staying ion magical history. The Presidio has been painstakingly restored to its authentic state from the 1800s and the Captain's Quarters (where you stay the night) are wonderful. The quarters consist of two bedrooms, a living area and a kitchen (you can stay...More
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We called 361.645. 3752...and the cost is 200.00 per night. The quarters have 2 rooms...one has a queen bed and the other has 2 twin beds...also, the couch is pretty wide and comfy...nobody slept on it but it... More
We called 361.645. 3752...and the cost is 200.00 per night. The quarters have 2 rooms...one has a queen bed and the other has 2 twin beds...also, the couch is pretty wide and comfy...nobody slept on it but it would have been ok, i think.