Come and enjoy the warmth and hospitality of the MacCallum House, Mendocino's finest restaurant, bar and country inn. The original Victorian mansion, built in 1882 by William H. Kelley, was a wedding gift to his daughter, Daisy MacCallum, and is a historic landmark. Filled with charm and romance, and antiques of a bygone era, the MacCallum House stands at the very heart of the quiet Mendocino village. An easy stroll brings you to untouched beaches, art galleries, live theater, shops, restaurants, and rugged ocean cliffs. Children and pets are always warmly welcomed.
Queen bed, garden view, private bath with shower only, All rooms have phones, TV/DVD/CD,coffee maker, refrigerator, in room DSL & complimentary Internet access. All rooms include complimentary full gourmet breakfast and a "On the house tokens" $7 each token towards food or drinks. Pets are not allowed in this room.
Nightly Rate: $249-$299
King bed, gas fireplace, spa tub and shower or Queen bed, gas fireplace with a ocean view. All rooms have phones, TV/DVD/CD,coffe maker, refrigerator, in room DSL & Internet access. All rooms include complimentary full gourmet breakfast and "On the house tokens" $7 each towards food or drinks at our restaurant and bar. Pets are allowed in this room.
Queen bed, shower only. All rooms have phones, TV/DVD/CD,coffee maker, refrigerator, in room DSL & Internet access. All rooms include complimentary full gourmet breakfast and "On the House Tokens" at $7 each towards food or drinks. Pets are allowed in this room ($30 fee per night).
On the second floor of the main house, one of the most romantic rooms in the house, the Gwen MacCallum features a solid mahogany queen sleigh bed, down comforters, pillow top mattress and an oversized claw foot tub for two. A separate glass shower with amazing water pressure eases away any tensions. Fall asleep to the gentle sound of the foghorn and wake up in the morning to a view of the stunning blue Pacific Ocean and the quaint village of Mendocino. This room also has cable TV/DVD and a CD stereo.
On the second floor of the main house, it doesn't get much better than this, the Jean MacCallum features an elaborately decorated iron poster King bed, an oversized claw foot tub for two and a antique writing desk. The room is named after Daisy's daughter, Jean, who would have loved waking up to the gentle morning sun streaming in the two East-facing windows. Look out over the expansive gardens at Daisy's mother Eliza's Baptist church, now the local health food store. This room also has TV/DVD and a CD stereo.
On the second floor of the Main House is the Master Bedroom, where Daisy and Alexander slept. This room is loaded with antiques and rich dark wood paneling. The queen mahogany sleigh bed, pillow top mattress, down comforter and supple leather recliner will ensure you unwind completely. The two East-facing windows bring in warm morning sun and allow for you to survey the entire grounds. The bathroom consists of a large tile shower and antique fixtures. Make sure you take a trip over to the Kelly House museum across the street to the room where Daisy was born for more family memorabilia.This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
Here on the second floor is where Daisy's son Donald slept. Donald was born in 1880 and was Daisy's first child. An inlaid oak queen bed and antique dresser adorn the space. Old growth vertical grain fir paneling from the Mendocino forests give the room its character. It is town lore that Donald's spirit still lives on in this space. Picture windows facing East onto the romantic gardens add to the mystique. The room has a great tiled shower for two. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
On the third floor of the main house this charming room features a queen and a double bed with antique hand sewn quilts. A wood paneled window gives you a view of the town facing north where you can see the spot where Murder She Wrote was filmed. You also look out on the town green, an entire city block which was once a working farm but is now open space. The private bathroom for this room, is just down the stairs on the second floor, is paneled in old growth fir and features a large tiled shower with antique fixtures. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
Time stands still in this romantic third floor accommodation. Snuggle on the overstuffed red love seat and let your thoughts wander out over the view of the Pacific Ocean and Mendocino Bay. Open the oval windows and feel the cool fresh coastal air touch your skin. Two separate bedrooms feature antique double and queen bed frames and hand crotched covers. This room is expansive and takes up nearly the entire third floor. Check out Daisy's dress mannequin, her original sewing machine and the old newspapers that have been carefully embalmed on the walls. End the day by soaking in the oversized Jacuzzi tub and you will have one of your best nights sleep ever. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
This adorable cottage features the steep Japanese pagoda styled roofline and was built as a playhouse for Daisy's children. Inside you will find old growth fir paneling and an assortment of antique books in the built in shelves. Relax on your deck with a view of the Mendocino Bay. The bathroom for this room is a detached redwood room with a tiled shower and a stained glass window. This room has a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable for your enjoyment. With a full breakfast and wine hour this room is by far the best deal in Mendocino.
Caution: Mendocino charm in full effect. This cottage is sided with old growth redwood and features a private deck with a great view of the Mendocino Bay. Sit on the deck chairs and have a picnic with some wine and cheese. Further fulfill your need for relaxation in the authentic claw foot soaker tub. A separate glass shower is also available in the beautifully tiled bathroom with antique fixtures. Melt into the luxurious brass queen bed with down comforter. When you awake, open the south window to see the ocean and let the cool fresh Mendocino air fill your lungs. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
Get away from it all in a charming garden cottage. Unwind on the luxurious queen bed. Add to the romance by building a fire in the wood burning potbelly stove. Curl up with a cup of tea and your favorite book. Full bathroom in cottage with a shower. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
The bright, luxurious home for Daisy's first carriage, this cottage has been converted into a spacious accommodation. Kick your feet up on the King bed with down comforter or take a nap in the window seat by the roaring wood burning Franklin fireplace. Just make sure you don't sleep through the 4:30 wine hour! This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
Enter into the your own private garden area where beautiful flagstones are surrounded by Wisteria and old roses. A private jacuzzi tub allows you to soak under the stars. This is a perfect spot to wind down. This large bright room consists of two beds, a King and a double. In the day soak in the warmth created by two south-facing skylights. In the evening cozy up to the Franklin stove in the supple green leather Morrissey chair with your favorite book. This room is also handicap accessible and has a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
The writer's quarters. Relax in the solitude of Mendocino and slow down in front of the wood burning parlor stove. This two-story accommodation has a queen bed upstairs and a bathroom downstairs with shower. You can see the ocean in the distance while you are laying in the bed. Additionally, this unit has cable TV with a DVD player as well as a CD stereo. Make sure you check out the original sign from Daisy's mothers Baptist church just inside the front door.
At one time Mendocino had over 100 water towers to store water and provide water pressure to the town homes. This is your opportunity to stay in one of the oldest and most beautiful towers in the Village. Built in the late 1800's, the three story tower has a working redwood tank on the very top and the original hand- dug well, 80 feet below, still produces water. Staying here provides an experience like no other. On the first floor you can relax in a King bed with down comforter and a private deck. Then venture up the stairs to the second floor where there is a bathroom with shower and great views of the ocean. Up to the top you find a queen bed and one of the most romantic unobstructed views of the Mendocino Bay available. The Water Tower is an especially memorable accommodation for lovers and families with children. Make sure you check out the view from the water tower from our live web cam. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
Named after Daisy's father, William Kelly who built the first mill in Mendocino and bought most of the town in 1850 for $2,650. William would have enjoyed the exposed old growth redwood beams, large river stone fireplace and luxurious queen bed with down comforter. The bathroom consists of a large spa tub for two & shower . This room is extremely private. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
A private room of rustic charm and luxury. A wood paneled window looks out over the north gardens. Exposed redwood beams and antique brass poster bed with down comforter make for a restful night sleep. Make sure you unwind in the one-person Jacuzzi tub before you knock off for the night. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
Daisy's aunt, Jennie, who founded the town and mill known as Glen Blair just north of Fort Bragg would have loved the view from this room named after her. Look out over the green lawn and roses to the main house. West and South facing windows bring warmth to the rich old growth redwood beams. To the South you can see the Mendocino bay and the pounding surf. A king sized bed and richly tiled bathroom make for a relaxing stay. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
One of the largest rooms on the property, the barn studio provides a rustic charm unmatched in Mendocino. Start your morning on the private deck soaking in the sun with views of the Mendocino bay. A private Jacuzzi tub on the deck can also be used to gaze at the stars in the evening. Relax in the luxurious oversized spa tub with an elegant stained glass window created by a local artist or take a nice hot sauna! In the evening unwind in front of the crackling river stone fireplace with a nice bottle of wine. Finally, rest your head in a King sized bed with down comforter.
Do you want the ultimate Mendocino bed and breakfast experience? This room has it all...ocean views, private deck, two-person Jacuzzi tub/shower and an oversized river stone fireplace. A destination for honeymooners and romantic vacations, this room is usually booked months in advance. This room includes a Flat Screen TV with DVD Player, CD Stereo and cable.
The largest room on the property, the Upper Barn Suite features an expansive deck for relaxing and entertaining. Sit back and take in the awesome south and west ocean views. Read a good book, sip on some champagne then light a fire in the oversized river stone fireplace. Enjoy soaking in the spa tub for two or warming up in your own private sauna. Snuggle up in the living room area on the large couch. Fall to sleep in the king sized sleigh bed with down comforter.
2.8 on February 28, 2014
The food was okay but not great and the beds were too soft, but overall they were personable and the inn was well run.
4.0 on February 08, 2014
We have stayed at Maccallum House twice and we have enjoyed our stay each time. The location is excellent! The morning breakfast delicious, especially the breakfast burrito. The staff is always welcoming and helpful. I would recommend this b and b. We plan to go every year for a weekend stay!
3.2 on February 25, 2011
It's a pleasant place to stay. The menu could stand a bit more variety, but the food is excellent.
3.0 on September 17, 2009
Overall, it was not so bad. Great location, quiet room and cozy wood stove... and nice dining. However, the staff at check-in was not so friendly and didn't explain anything I need to know so well. I felt this young lady needs some education for staff couresy. That's the only thing I can advise for this B&B.
3.8 on August 05, 2009
We loved the McCalllum house except for the noise (spa pump) in the room. They were aware of this complaint. Otherwise, it's a beautiful place with friendly staff and excellent food.
3.6 on June 05, 2009
My wife and I really enjoyed our stay at the Maccallum House Inn. I will recommend it to friends/family and would stay there again.
4.0 on May 17, 2009
Our stay at the Maccallum House was wonderful. The staff was gracious and most helpful. The accommodations were lovely and the dining was first class. The Maccallum is a stately and charming Victorian that stands out in this coastal village. We'll definitely be back to spend more time here.
4.8 on May 08, 2009
I loved my stay, and I loved the location. I can't wait to go back!
3.8 on May 07, 2009
Our second trip to Mendocino and our second time staying at the Maccallum House. Charming B&B -- the cottages are very sweet to stay in and this time we experienced one of their suites as well. Definetly more space in the suites -- that building is several blocks further away from the Maccallum House and the ocean, but there's more privacy as well. Bed was unbelievably comfortable in the suite -- pretty good in the cottage. Room fireplaces are a plus, gas in suites/ real wood burning in cottages. Outdoor private jacuzzis are divine -- except when you're trying to drag the heavy covering on or off. Breakfasts are great -- there's actually a menu that you order from with quite a few choices. We got something different every day -- from Crab Cakes Benedict and Breakfast Burritos covered in guacamole, salsa & sour cream to Whole Grain Banana Pancakes with Maple Syrup. Served with OJ or Mimosas, Coffee and Tea. The casual dinners are also very good -- you have to pay for those but I think they're actually better for the price than the fancier ones served in the "stone" room. The chef likes to "deconstruct" traditional dishes within that casual menu: the chicken pot pie (which is really good) comes in a bowl with the cream sauce over it and the plate contains little mounds of mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, sugar snap peas and the crust, rather than engulfing the dish, is also on the side. Same deconstructing premise for their Mexican taco dish with little piles of tasty ingredients served in a different sort of way. It's worth it to use your daily $14 hotel voucher to go towards one of those meals. Mendocino is a little town so you're centrally located to walk everywhere. If we ever return to Mendocino we would certainly stay there again.
4.8 on April 15, 2009
I had an excellent stay at this property. The service was amazing. They had open rooms so they updated us to a cute room with a hot tub and yard for the puppy. the morning breakfast was great, the location amazing, and we cant wait to go back!
Fort Bragg, Little River, Elk, Caspar, Boonville, Albion, Beachside, Downtown, Oceanside, Village
San Francisco, CA (SFO) 300 miles
FROM THE SOUTH: take Highway 101 North to Cloverdale and take the exit marked 128 West, Fort Bragg, Mendocino. This stretch of Highway 128 was written up in Road and Track as one of the top 5 drives in the country. It is a real treat for sports car enthusiasts. You will wind through the Anderson Valley wine country and the coastal redwoods. If you don't stop, it will take you about 1 1/2 hours to reach the Pacific Ocean and Highway 1. Go north on Highway 1 on the coast about 12 miles to beautiful Mendocino. Take the first exit into Mendocino. You will pass a Chevron station and a Church, the second right after these landmarks is Lansing Street, take a right. 300 feet up Lansing Street, take your first left onto Albion Street, go another 300 feet and you will see the MacCallum House on your right, 45020 Albion Street, Mendocino CA 95460. The MacCallum House is a 3-story yellow Victorian with white trim...it will look just like the pictures on the website! We do have private off street parking but you are welcome to park on the street, as it is non-metered and safe.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, golf, horseback riding, Skunk Train, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Other, Bed and Breakfast, Boutique Hotel, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Children/ Families Welcome, Full Restaurant and Bar, Pet welcome in all rooms except main house, Community Hot Tub, Corporate/Meeting Facilities & Planning
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, whale watching, galleries, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
Sarah Mitchell, Inn Manager
Full Gourmet Organic
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Made from scratch, Organic