This roadside row of rooms has everything a small-town motel should offer: friendly management, spotless accommodations, and extras that add real value. Some rooms have a small kitchen with cooking utensils. The lodge, a window-lined common room with skylighted cathedral ceiling, has a fireplace, a big-screen TV, a billiards table, a kitchenette, and a well-maintained fish tank. Sliding glass doors open to a deck overlooking Tomales Bay. For $250–$300 per night you can
rent the two-bedroom Bird's Eye View house down the road, which sleeps six and has multiple decks, two fireplaces, and an outdoor fire pit, all in a lush green setting.