As you arrive, two ponds fed by a bubbling stream welcome you to Brewery Gulch.
“Found this hideaway on the Internet and it far exceeded our expectations.”
A rustic split rail fence zigzags along your right,
“From the moment we arrived, to the moment we left, we felt wonderfully cared for. The staff showered us with individual attention, the accommodations were lovely and the food was comparable to a high-end restaurant, creative and plentiful.”
San Francisco Chronicle
while rising from the trees, the Mendocino Inn appears high on a promontory.
Robb Report called us,
“The world’s most exquisite treehouse…”
Your arrival at our Mendocino CA Bed & Breakfast may be greeted by the deer or turkey that seem to make our meadow their home.
“The most note-worthy destination to arrive on this stretch of coast for years…This strikingly-beautiful spot is nothing short of heart-stirring.”
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Cross our threshold and enter a world of enveloping warmth and comfort…
“The common areas feature soaring ceilings and great views. Well-appointed rooms highlight wood and leather in the Arts and Crafts-style.”
“Walked through those redwood doors and up to our little retreat, Smuggler’s Cove”, and felt like we were in heaven on earth.”
with vistas of the Pacific Ocean and Smugglers Cove
“…ocean views from its Arts and Crafts-appointed Great Room and a dramatically oversized fireplace you can sidle up to from all four corners.”
New York Times Savor Magazine
where your senses will be awakened,
“…Linger on your private deck listening to the waves, or curl up on the leather chair in front of the fireplace and wait for absolutely nothing to happen.”
your comfort assured,
“Our five day stay was amazingly beyond our expectations. Home away from home with a gourmet chef. The food was incredible… every dish fresh and delicious. Warm and cozy hospitality. We’ll be back.”
your soul stirred.
“Brewery Gulch Inn, an ecologically-aware property on California’s Mendocino Coast, is a balm for the senses: There’s an ocean view, the sound of meadow frogs at night, the comfort of sinking into Craftsman chairs by a crackling fire, and palate-pleasing hors d’oeuvres offered with local wines.”
Natural Home Magazine
Have you found paradise?
“ The 10-room inn, designed by architect Caroline La Pere, is a worthy tribute to those ancient trees, with a central common room and dining area built around a huge four-sided fireplace made of glass and welded steel plates by a local shipbuilder. The view down-slope to the pounding Pacific is, in a word, stupendous.”
Delta Sky Magazine
“Standing on the balcony of the Osprey room might satisfy a lingering childhood fantasy of living in a treehouse.”
Travel and Leisure
“…luxury in tune with the surrounding nature.”
Fodor’s Northern California Highly Recommended Award