Secret Hotels: Big Sur

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Big Sur, with the famous Bixby Creek Bridge far in the background.
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The road to Hacienda Lodging is so steep and twisty that you can't go faster than 20 mph.
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Built in the 1920s by William Randolph Hearst, what's now known as Hacienda Lodging was sold to the Department of War in 1940 and is now on Fort Hunter Liggett Army base.
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A room at Anton Inn.
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Best Western Cavalier Oceanfront Resort.
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The Davenport Roadhouse Café is a Highway 1 pit stop popular with locals and visitors alike.
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Lunch at Davenport Roadhouse.
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Jesse Katz, a manager at Davenport Roadhouse.
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Deetjen's Big Sur Inn.
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Glen Oaks.
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Sand Rock Farm.
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Ripplewood Resort.
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Ripplewood Resort.
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The main lodge at Treebones.
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At Treebones Resort, morning coffee comes with dazzling views of the Pacific.
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