This room is is the perfect mix of Vintage and Modern decore. Relaxing in it's beautiful old spring-mounted rocker or sitting at its Art Deco Vanity, you're sure to feel a bit of nostalgia. Harvest Moon is at the back of the house, just steps away from the Inn's private redwood deck and hot tub.
Enjoy the relaxed old-world elegance of this beautiful fireplace room. Autumn Song is thoughtfully decorated with antiques. It is wheel chair accessible, and has its own ramp and exit to the exterior of the house.
The bright fingers of endless afternoon sun, through half-shaded windows, make this room feel warm and inviting.
In the evening enjoy the romantic glow of this room's fireplace while sipping wine cuddled up on an antique couch.
The first light of day illuminates pastel gardened wallpaper and gives a soft warm glow to the brass of your Victorian bed. This room has a queen size bed, a love seat, and a private bathroom with shower. It is at the back of the house just off our common room.
Let our parlor be your living room away from home. It's comfy couch and wingback chair will call to you after a long day hiking 10 mile trail. A shared refrigerator and microwave are available for keeping those little left over treats from last nights dinner. Wine and light hors d'oeuvre are served here on Saturday evening.
This room's rich colors and beautiful antiques make it warm and inviting. It has a queen size bed, an antique love seat, a quaint electric fireplace, and a private bathroom with shower. It is at the back of the house and it shares no common walls with any other guest rooms; it is a quiet escape after a long day of exploring.
Chantilly - All of our rooms feature private baths, Garden views, lush linens, down comforters, and Tempurpedic bed toppers.
Relax in our hot tub after a long day exploring the north coast. It's located on a secluded redwood deck with quaint garden surroundings.
This 1890's residence is just steps away from Glass Beach, the Skunk Train, downtown shops, galleries and award winning restaurants, North Coast Brewing Company and Tap Room, The Guests House Museum, and Tattoo Museum, and the new Coastal Trail. It’s also just a few miles from Mendocino Village, MacKerricher State Park, Point Cabrillo Light House, Anderson Valley Wineries, Redwood forests, and miles of hiking and biking trails.
The first recorded deed states that an L.A. Moody purchased this residence September 25, 1893 from the Union Lumber Company "for a consideration of $500." It has been lovingly and thoughtfully restored with your comfort in mind. All of our rooms feature private baths, Garden views, lush linens, down comforters, and Tempurpedic bed toppers. Two of our room also have fireplaces. After a busy day exploring the Mendocino Coast relax in our hot tub on a private redwood deck, surrounded by a quaint garden lit by dozens of little white lights in the camellia trees.
We serve a different freshly prepared meal each day. The daily menu is influenced by special dietary concerns from guests, what is fresh and in season, and the number of guests at each breakfast seating. Every breakfast features fresh organic eggs from our own hens.