The Cottages at Little River Cove are havens for travelers who want to enjoy the best that the northern California coast has to offer. The unique property is situated high on a bluff, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Each Cottage is newly renovated and features a great ocean view, full kitchen, bedroom, sleeper sofa and flat panel TV with DVD player. Little River is located just two miles south of the Village of Mendocino, and boasts dramatic ocean vistas, natural flora and fauna and outdoor activities ranging from kayaking and biking to quiet walks on the beach. Check-in is at 4 00 PM.
Vogue Magazine, Travel and Leisure, and New York Magazines pick for Mendocino lodging.Glendeven is a luxury, eight-acre, ocean-view farmstead overlooking ocean-view meadows and lush forests. Its four buildings are developed around a mint condition 1867 New England-style farmhouse where a typical room is a suite with wood-burning fireplace, ocean views, a view balcony, queen or king bed and a private bath. All rooms have featherbeds, well-lit reading areas, music players, hairdryers, luxury robes, and free WiFi.
A classic coastal resort with spectacular ocean views, Little River Inn features ocean view lodging with fireplaces, hot tubs and Jacuzzis. Lush gardens bloom around a celebrated restaurant, comfortable bar, and inspirational meeting facilities. Check-in is at 4 00 PM. Guests planning to arrive before or after this time must contact the property at least 48 hours prior to arrival to receive special check-in instructions. As a bed and breakfast property, the Front Desk hours will vary guests should contact the property to find out more information.
For an idyllic retreat on Northern Californias Mendocino Coast, Stevenswood Spa Resort rates accolades. The most distinguished destination along the Mendocino Coast. Contemporary and secluded, this tranquil inn offers a gracious respite from the daily whirl. Nestled in a forest by the sea, the intimate lodge echoes the natural beauty of its rural setting. This private locale refreshes the soul while experiencing the serenity of nature in a gorgeous pristine environment. Flanked by sea and forest, the resort integrates the best of two worlds.
The Heritage House was created in the 19th Century as a farmhouse an since then has seen many eras, from the Gold Rush to Prohibition and then in 1949 restored by Mr. Dennen (a Hollywood set designer) as what we know it as today, a quiet country inn and location of the movie "Same time next year." Following a major renovation, to be completed in late summer, The Heritage House will begin a new era in the life of one of California's oldest hotels.