Our Guest Rooms
Here at the Goose and Turrets B & B in Montara California we boast a beautiful selection of themed rooms to choose from. Per fire regulations we are only limited to 2 persons per room, which makes us an ideal couples destination just outside of the bustling city of San Francisco. Relax, and let the world unfold around you as you enjoy your stay bird watching, fishing, biking orwhatever else you desire in the beautiful area which is Half Moon Bay.
Below you will find our rates which vary per room, depending on room size, bath features and location. All rooms are fully furnished with an individualized themed catering to the desires of our guests. Please refer to our contact page for information on check in times and to make a reservation.
Hummingbird Room $230
The Hummingbird room has a queen-size bed and a sitting area in front of the gas fireplace. It looks out on a hedge and fuschias that attract hummingbirds year round. Bath with tub and shower combination. The antique furnishings have interesting histories themselves.
Clipper Room $180
The Clipper Room has a king-size bed, a chaise lounge, a view of the orchard, and is decorated in aviation motif (both owners are pilots). Separate private bath with tub and shower combination. Mementoes of more than 100 years of flight can be seen on the walls.
Lascaux Room $175
The Lascaux Room has a canopied antique double bed, dressing alcove, non-polluting fireplace, and is decorated with pictures of the eponymous French grotto with art of very early man. Bath with shower only. One may draw the bed curtains and enjoy a secret, silken nook. If you like art and history, the Hoche-Mongs can regale you with stories about their experiences in Lascaux.
Goose Room $210
The Goose Room has a king-size bed, is decorated in goose motif, and looks out to the garden. Gas fireplace. Bath with tub and shower combination. Once, the inn had lovely live geese -- but the raccoons took care of that; only their pictures remain in this room.
Demetra Room $190
The Demetra Room can be made up as a wide queen-size or two twin beds. Its garden door opens to a patio that overlooks the rose garden and fountain. Bath with shower only. It is named for the Greek goddess Demetra; one of the few remaining memorials to her is in Kerch, Crimea, where the Hoche-Mongs have worked to restore economic viability to a vacated USSR naval station.