"Your room is ready!" At the Victorian Inn that includes elegance, comfort and the utmost in hospitality. You might wish to add even more to the experience by choosing one or more of our many specials and packages. Please visit our website for details of our "Memorable Escapes", "Tour of the Redwoods" or "Ultimate North Coast Getaway" packages.
4.8 on May 30, 2015
The service was excellent. The staff was attentive and gracious. The room was spacious. It is an excellent place from which to enjoy that part of California.
5 on May 07, 2015
Only concern is the long flight of stairs you need to climb to reach the rooms. No elevator in an historic building. That said, our stay was great! Owner on site and always making sure we had everything we needed. Staff great, too.
4.0 on May 01, 2015
The historical Victorian Inn is nicely restored without changing the features to be expected from an inn of that era. For instance the wallpaper looks a little tired and the rooms are necessarily small. We were in a suite with a "sitting area:" two comfortable chairs at one end of the room with a table and lamp between and two queen beds, only one of which we used. The very comfortable bed next to the window was set too close to the windowed wall, and a heater along the floorboard made it difficult to make a nocturnal visit to the bathroom without tripping. However, the room did not smell musty, a real danger for such restorations. The receptionist was very helpful in fairly describing the various restaurant choices in town and made sure we were given a reservation when we decided to eat in the inn. Both the dinner and the provided breakfast were outstanding. The fish and chips selection featured succulent fish cut by hand in the kitchen and covered with a light non-greasy coating. One of the best we have tasted. The breakfast offered a variety of choices. The hash brown potatoes were not dry and tasteless, as so often the case, but were moist and savory. The eggs were cooked perfectly. Be sure to leave yourself time to walk the town for the period homes, storefronts and landscaping. Around the corner from the inn and set into the hill is a wonderful terraced cemetery.
5 on April 26, 2015
We spent 3 nights at the Victorian Inn and loved it. Great room (enos room), great breakfast, friendly staff and gracious on site owner. Dinners were very good, and the on site tavern was fun! One night there was live entertainment. The only possible drawback is there is no elevator in this historic building, and there are about 26 steps up and down from all rooms. We managed, but if you have health issues it is something to consider.
4.8 on April 23, 2015
This hotel was amazing from the beginning!! Staff knew who we were and where we were from making it feel comfortable to be there. Rooms were beautiful with the high ceilings, outstanding wood molding. Also down the street 20 minutes or less your right at the beach. Would visit again. .
4.6 on March 11, 2015
Our stay was even better than expected! The room was ingenious mix of classic Victorian and modern conveniences. King bed gave the best sleep we ever had. My wife writes romantic novels and was motivated by the Inn and the town. We are returning in August to stay at the Inn for 2 nights! Highly recommended!!
5 on January 26, 2015
We stayed just one night at the beautiful Victorian Parlor room. My favorite color is red and this room was perfect for this romantic weekend get way with my wife. Checking in was quick and the front desk person was very friendly and helpful making the start of this experience already wonderful. The room in the picture looks a little bigger than it actually is but that did not bother us at all. The bed, king size, is amazing and we loved the velvet couch by the window where we enjoyed the handmade chocolate truffles the Inn offers as part of a package. If you are looking to stay in the room to watch TV, the TV size is smaller than I would have wanted to be but was enough for me to watch the football game that night. Breakfast was really good and it is at the VI Restaurant and that in itself is already a very good experience even if you don't stay at the Inn. And to finish our stay with a gold medal, the owner came to our table during breakfast to say hello and knew where we were from before we even told him, leaving us with the feeling that we were old acquaintances.
5 on December 29, 2014
We stayed at the Victorian Inn the night of the tractor parade in downtown Ferndale. It was a wonderful evening full of the most beautiful lighted tractors. Such imaginations. It was so nice to be able to just step outside the hotel to watch the parade. Our room was comfy and cozy. The restaurant had a great menu and good food. The breakfast the next morning was delicious. I would recommend staying at this hotel.
4.6 on December 21, 2014
It was a great play to stay and so charming only wish we could have stayed longer
4.4 on November 26, 2014
Beautiful Dekoration. Great Service and outstanding Food.
This magnificent combination affords you a very spacious turret dining area, a separate bay window sitting area for games and/or reading, two claw-foot bath tub/shower areas, two English fireplaces, two king beds and two twin trundle beds. The epitome of Luxury!
Named for the imaginative builder of our lovely inn, this elegantly decorated room with high ceilings was his favorite. The turret sitting area offers remarkable views of Historic Ferndale's Main Street and Ocean Avenue. An antique armoire, claw-foot tub, king bed and full shower accompany an English fireplace, adding ambiance and warmth. The beautiful bay window brings in light and air.
Named in honor of the sister of the builder of this special Victorian, the Maggie C. Russ Suite is beautifully appointed and spacious yet warm and cozy. This room, with its high ceilings, has a king bed, antique armoire and a toasty English fireplace. Sip morning tea or coffee in the bay-window sitting area of this spacious room. The bathroom is sumptuously sized and features a claw-foot tub, a shower and a pedestal sink.
Quite a large room, this space is marvelously appointed with a king bed, an English fireplace, a refrigerator, built-in cabinets and additional space used for a double bed. The spacious bathroom features black marble bathroom floors and a traditional tub and shower. A large window area overlooks nearby Main Street in Ferndale and affords grand views of the sunset. Great for longer stays.
Named after our youngest granddaughter - this room features a queen bed with a traditional tub and shower. Featuring an antique armoire, it is very cozy and comfortable. With no adjoining rooms, it is very peaceful and private
Simple and Sweet - just like the granddaughter after whom it is named. This lovely room has beautiful afternoon sunlight and offers a queen bed, antique armoire and a standup shower.
Featuring an English dimplex stove for warmth and ambiance, this cozy yet darling room with high ceilings has a double bed, a traditional tub and shower, and an antique armoire. This is the favorite room of Jenny's daughter, and named for her.
This suite, named in honor of one of the innkeepers’ granddaughters, boasts beautiful Victorian décor, high ceilings, two brass queen beds, a sitting room and a conventional tub and shower. Very Comfortable!
Named for one of the granddaughters of the owners, this is a precious room featuring high ceilings and tall windows, a queen bed, antique armoire and an attractive bath with a pedestal sink and a traditional tub and shower.
The ultimate in Victorian romance! A red-dominated room with a golden spread on the king bed. This space has it all and includes a velvet Victorian couch in the bay window sitting area and an antique armoire. Sunlight shines through tall windows with lace curtains in the spacious bath. Traditional tub and shower.
Named in honor of a long-time local family who truly love the Victorian Inn. This room features a Victorian-style queen bed set into a lace-adorned bay window, an antique armoire and a cozy seating area with an English fireplace. The well-lit bathroom offers a traditional tub and shower. Enos family photos adorn the walls.
Named for the wonderful draft horse that pulled the carriage and gave so many visitors unforgettable tours of the historic Victorian Village, the Barnaby Room features a queen bed and a spacious bath with a pedestal sink and traditional tub and shower. Watch Ferndale’s Main Street, where Barnaby daily held court, from this bedroom’s window.
This remarkably luxurious ground floor suite is named in honor of a marvelous Lady and friend who loved Ferndale and The Victorian Inn, although she was never a guest here…being in a wheel chair, she couldn’t climb the stairs! This suite would now allow her to stay. It features, among many other things, an elaborately carved king bed, a full kitchen, a large flat screen TV, your own computer work station (with printer), a roll-in shower, a claw foot tub and very elegant designer appointments. The Living Room hosts a sofa and a nap inducing rocker / recliner easy chair. 800 square feet of luxury…all for you!
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Redwood Forests, Countryside, Mountains, Vista oceano, Village
Eureka, CA (ACV-Arcata Eureka) 15 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Giant Redwoods, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Winery
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Conference Rooms , Safe Deposit Box, Refrigerator
Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Health Spa/Massage, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Lowell Daniels & Jenny Oaks
Your hosts' primary objective is seeing to your every need and making your stay far above memorable. They want you never to forget it! Lowell is a native Californian and Jenny is an import from New Hampshire. The combination of West Coast and New England ideas and tastes make the ambiance at the Inn unique and pleasant. Lowell is a Graduate Gemologist and Certified Gemologist Appraiser. Jenny is also in the jewelry industry and is well on her way to becoming a Graduate Gemologist.
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