It almost seems like we just arrived. Doesn’t time speed up on vacation?
The best part of our stay in Coronado is always our home away from home, the ‘1906 Lodge’. The caring staff have made our stay a delight. Where else would they whip you up a special cold remedy, thanks Susan.
We especially love that it’s walking distance to all the attractions and great restaurants but located on a quiet street away from all the action. Trip Advisor ranks it #1 for travelers wishing to stay in Coronado. Well deserved.
The lodge was originally built as a boarding house in 1906 but after years of neglect it was rescued by four local couples and underwent an extensive renovation. Every room is uniquely furnished for a feel of luxury. With three on-site meeting rooms, they can also host your conferences or retreats.
We love the view into their gorgeous courtyard from our patio. It’s the perfect place to relax and read a book, listen to the birds and enjoy the trickle of the garden water feature.
The breakfasts that greet you in the morning are home-made and wonderful. Fresh baking, a hot entrée, choice of fruits, toast, juice and of course the bottomless coffee cup. Just pinch me, I’ve died and gone to heaven.
Arriving a Christmas has been a special treat. The entire Lodge is tastefully decorated including four amazing Christmas tree’s, all sumptuously adorned for the holidays.
I’ve really enjoyed the garden immensely. It’s so peaceful and the flowers have been a great reprieve from our wintry weather.
Until we meet again, thanks for a wonderful stay, it’s been a pleasure.
PS, Until you can enjoy your own stay, you can bake up Sue’s favourite pumpkin bread at home. Here’s her recipe!