Fort Bragg, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Fort Bragg

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The SpaceStunning Asian-inspired jewel set in gorgeous Japanese gardens with pond. Sand dunes and ocean steps away with private access from quiet neighborhood, making this section of beach relatively deserted. Dunes hold heat and burn off summer fog so the Inglenook area is a sunbelt, yet only 10 min from Ft. Bragg. Custom furniture from local fine woodworkers, Bose surround sound, wi-fi, bamboo heated floors, fully equipped kitchen, glass block spa shower with impeccable craftsman details everywhere. There is a 2 night minimum. All fees are included. Owner lives in main house on the property. On-site massage available from licensed professional- a total treat. Yoga mats and props available. Guest AccessThe gardens and pond and the State Preserve sand dunes. 40 species of birds within a one mile radius of cottage. Interaction with GuestsAfter initial orientation, not at all unless invited to. The NeighborhoodIt's a private lane with private access to the entire Ten Mile Beach Preserve. Very safe and although it feels rural, you can be in Ft Bragg in 10 minutes. Getting AroundNo. You need a car or bike. Other Things to NoteNorth of Fort Bragg feels much less congested but it's still close to town. The beaches from the cottage north to Westport and beyond never have many people. If you are looking for peaceful and serene, this is the place!
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The SpaceClara's Cottage is located in Inglenook on several acres, just 10 minutes north of Fort Bragg in a unique microclimate with very little fog, tucked behind the MacKerricher dunes. Access to the dunes and MacKerricher State Beach is located at the end of our private lane. Clara’s Cottage is a small, warm space with lots of light and easily heated with a glass-front wood stove (firewood provided). The studio accommodates 2 with a firm queen-size bed. There is a well-equipped kitchenette for light food preparation. A Weber charcoal BBQ is available for use off the outside patio area. Clara’s Cottage has an indoor 1/2 bath and an outdoor claw foot tub/shower located in a serene and private garden setting (think hot tub, hot springs ambiance). Owners reside on the property and greet guests personally and enjoy making recommendations for restaurants, activities, hikes, etc. There are abundant opportunities for hiking, bird watching and beach-combing nearby. The cottage is equipped with excellent hiking and bicycling guidebooks. The cottage has no TV, phone or WIFI. Cell phone reception is spotty on the coast; internet cafes are located in town. NO PETS, NO SMOKING. Nightly rate includes 11% county bed tax. Guests are expected to have a high regard for personal property and leave the cottage in the condition it was found - there is no additional cleaning fee. There is a refundable security deposit. Check-in time is 3pm - 10pm; check-out is 11am. Other Things to NoteHoliday Guidelines 2014: Clara’s Cottage is a very popular destination for the holidays. In order to preserve time for own holiday traditions, we are limiting our usual flexibility with booking dates. We are offering guests the booking schedule below; we are not able to make exceptions. Thanksgiving: Check-in Tues. 11/28 Check-out Sun. 12/1 (3 nights) Christmas: Check-in Mon. 12/22 Check-out Fri. 12/26 (4 nights) Check-in Fri. 12/26 Check-out Mon. 12/29 (3 nights) New Year’s: Check-in Tues. 12/30 Check-out Fri. 1/2 (3 nights)
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The SpaceThe Rose Cottage is located in Inglenook on several acres, just 10 minutes north of Fort Bragg in a unique microclimate with very little fog, tucked behind the MacKerricher dunes. Access to the dunes and MacKerricher State Beach is located at the end of our private lane. The sun-lit cottage is situated in a serene landscaped garden setting with expansive deck, gas bbq & firepit. The studio cottage accommodates 2 with a firm queen-size bed, bath with tub/shower combo & small, well-equipped kitchen facility. Wood heat with firewood supplied. Owners reside on the property, greet guests personally and enjoy making recommendations for restaurants, activities, hikes, etc. There are abundant opportunities for hiking, bird-watching and beach-combing nearby. The cottage is equipped with excellent hiking and bicycling guidebooks. The cottage has no TV, phone or internet. Cell phone reception is spotty on the coast; internet cafes are located in town. NO PETS, NO SMOKING allowed. Nightly rates include 11% county bed tax. Guests are expected to have a high regard for personal property and leave the cottage in the condition it was found - there is no additional cleaning fee. There is a refundable security deposit. Check-in time is 3pm - 10pm; check-out time is 11am. Other Things to NoteHoliday Guidelines 2014: Rose Cottage is a very popular destination for the holidays. In order to preserve time for own holiday traditions, we are limiting our usual flexibility with booking dates. We are offering guests the booking schedule below; we are not able to make exceptions. Thanksgiving: Check-in Tues. 11/25 Check-out Sun. 11/30 (5 nights) Christmas: Check-in Mon. 12/22 Check-out Fri. 12/26 (4 nights) Check-in Fri. 12/26 Check-out Mon. 12/29 (3 nights) New Year’s: Check-in Tues. 12/30 Check-out Fri. 1/2 (3 nights)
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The SpaceRent a room in The Sea Sanctuary, a beautiful home which has everything you could desire in a place for a relaxing getaway - fireplace, hottub facing the ocean, 180 degree ocean views, great kitchen, piano, and miles upon miles of beaches to stroll just outside the home. A seal colony lives just 1/3 mile to the south and migrating whales can be seen from the home during the winter and early spring. The home normally rents out for over $600/night for groups wishing exclusive access to the entire home. This listing is for one of the two rooms downstairs available for rent, a formal bedroom which has a nice queen size bed and a view facing the ocean. The other room for rent, a lovely Japanese-style room with sliding shoji screen doors and traditional tatami mats on the floor and a queen size mattress can be seen in a 2nd listing here (https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/888933). There is a full bathroom available for use downstairs which will be shared if the other room is occupied. Please note that, although I insulated the wall between the bathroom and this bedroom when building the home, sound from the shower can sometimes be heard in this room when other guests are using that bathroom. If you rent both available rooms, you would also have sole access to large open yoga/exercise area with 2 additional futons for sleeping and the full bathroom mentioned above. Groups larger than 4 pay an additional $25/night per person. If you are a group of 1 or 2 and would like sole use of the downstairs area, I would rent that to you for $30 less than the total rate for the two rooms. Please note that I also shy away from renting to guests with smaller children since I want to be able to ensure a tranquil retreat for all guests. You are of course welcome to share the common living areas upstairs including kitchen, living room, hot tub, decks, etc. As your host, I'll definitely respect your desire for privacy, or perhaps we can spend time conversing or sharing a meal if that seems to be what the mood presents. If you are into cooking, the kitchen is fully stocked for your use including Vitamix, KitchenAId Mixer, oven, mircowave, etc. I do rent the entire house under a separate listing here if that is of interest to you. (https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/944149) Guest AccessNothing outside of the master suite in the home is off limits, please enjoy as if you were visiting old friends. Interaction with GuestsI do my best to let the guests set the tone for interaction. I try to leave plenty of space for privacy and I naturally try to honor that, but wonderful conversations often arise over tea or at other times. The NeighborhoodIt's very quiet and right in front of the home is one of the most beautiful and rarely traveled beaches I've ever come across. You can walk 4 miles to the north on the beach or a mile on the beach directly south into MacKerricher State Park. Getting AroundCar is definitely necessary, although there is a lovely paved trail parallel to the ocean which can take you all the way into Fort Bragg if you like, so feel free to bring your bikes too. Other Things to NoteIf you would like a vegan meal ready for your arrival or would like muesli in the morning, let me know and I can let you know of availability and pricing. The hot tub is clothing optional and I'll always respect your privacy when you are using the tub.
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The SpaceThe Grey Whale Inn, built in 1915 by the Union Lumber Company offers vacation lodging amidst comfort and laid back Mendocino Coast elegance. The Inn, a classic architecture of old-growth redwood, is a premier Bed and Breakfast in historic downtown Fort Bragg. Within walking distance of a great selection of restaurants, the internationally award winning North Coast Brewery, Glass Beach, the Skunk Train, art galleries, a culinary center, and ,the historic downtown shopping area. Experience the real Mendocino personality at the Grey Whale Inn. The Sunrise Room has an expansive view of the town and hills. There is a king bed, a private sundeck, a TV/VCR, a fridge, and a double-sized Jacuzzi tub. The library, garden, and fireside lounge provide quiet spaces to kick back and relax and the game room is a favorite hangout. Best of all you can park your car for the duration of your stay! Everything you need for a perfect visit is either at the Inn or in walking distance! Amenities include: Full Gourmet Breakfast Fireside lounge Ride the Skunk Train, Rent a bike, Take the trolley Walk to restaurants, galleries, & shopping area Walk to Glass Beach, Pudding Creek and the Haul Road trail Game Room pool table, foosball & TV/VCR/DVD library Most rooms have wireless access Library with high speed access computer Scent-free rooms Free local calls
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The SpaceRent a room in The Sea Sanctuary, a beautiful home which has everything you could desire in a place for a relaxing getaway - fireplace, hottub facing the ocean, 180 degree ocean views, great kitchen, piano, and miles upon miles of beaches to stroll just outside the home. A seal colony lives just 1/3 mile to the south and migrating whales can be seen from the home during the winter and early spring. The home normally rents out for $$600+/ night for groups wishing exclusive access to the entire home. This listing is for one of the two rooms downstairs available for rent, a lovely Japanese-style room with sliding shoji screen doors. There is a new queen size mattress on a new asian-inspired platform bed which I recently built. The floor is made from 2 1/2" thick tatami floor mats. Note that while the screens are beautiful and completely close off the room, they are made of wood and laminated paper so it's not quite as private. The other room for rent, a more formal bedroom which has a nice queen size bed and a view facing the ocean, can be seen in a 2nd listing here on airbnb ( https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/842385). There is a full bathroom available for use downstairs which will be shared if the other bedroom is occupied. If you rent both available rooms, you would also have sole access to large open yoga/exercise area with 2 additional futons for sleeping and the full bathroom mentioned above. Groups larger than 4 pay an additional $25/night per person. If you are a group of 1 or 2 and would like sole use of the downstairs area, I would consider renting that to you at a discounted rate. Please inquire if that is of interest to you. You are very welcome to share the common living areas upstairs including kitchen, living room, hot tub, decks, etc. Please note that I also shy away from renting to guests with smaller children since I want to be able to ensure a tranquil retreat for all guests. As your host, I'll definitely respect your desire for privacy, or perhaps we can spend some time conversing or sharing a meal if that seems to be what the mood presents. If you are into cooking, the kitchen is fully stocked for your use including Vitamix, KitchenAId Mixer, oven, mircowave, etc. I do rent the entire house out at times under a separate listing here if that is of interest to you. Guest AccessOnly the master suite is off limits, please enjoy the rest of the home as if you were visiting old friends. I'll provide you with a code to the front door for ease of entry/exit. Interaction with GuestsI do my best to let the guests set the tone for interaction. I try to leave plenty of space for privacy and I naturally try to honor that, but wonderful conversations often arise over tea or at other times. The NeighborhoodIt's very quiet and right in front of the home is one of the most beautiful and rarely traveled beaches I've ever come across. You can walk to the north about 4 miles on sand and on the right, the beach takes you directly into MacKerricher State Park. Getting AroundCar is definitely necessary, although there is a lovely paved trail parallel to the ocean which can take you all the way (about 3.5 miles) into Fort Bragg if you bring your bikes along.
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The SpaceThis listing is for renting the entire house, other listings here on airbnb, at certain times of the year are for renting individual rooms out while the owner is in the home. This magnificent custom designed home - The Sea Sanctuary - is situated just a hundred yards from the sand with 180 degree whitewater views. A seal colony can be found 1/2 mile to the south and exceptional tidepooling can be found directly in front of the home. A bike/walking trail runs along the ocean as well. Enjoy a solitary walk along the beach - in fact you could walk for miles and miles in secluded exploration of beach and sandy dunes. Radiant floor heat and a wood-burning fireplace can make this rental extra cozy in the winter. Elevated decks both front and rear allow for enjoyable outdoor living as well. A Jacuzzi-brand hot tub sits on the front deck from which you can watch and listen to the ocean's roar, see the pelicans glide by, and at night watch thousands upon thousands of stars. To take advantage of the great view, the main living area in the house is on the 2nd floor, including the master bedroom, kitchen, living room and den, all with gorgeous bamboo floors. A 5x7' loft in the living room accessible from a built in ladder is a great place to play a game of cards, relax with a book or have a private conversation. Kids always want to sleep up there on the carpeted floor, and adults sometimes do too! Directly under the loft is the window seat - the most popular spot in the house. The 42' wall-mounted flat screen TV is in a smaller den attached to the living room. The double doors on the den close, keeping the viewing noise from infiltrating the peacefulness of the rest of the house. One or two people can sleep privately on the den's pull-out sofa sectional. A gourmet custom granite and bamboo kitchen with double oven, All-Clad Cookware, Dishwasher, Kitchen Aid Mixer, and other appliances make cooking or baking a joy for small or larger groups. Downstairs, you enter through the slate entry area to find a photography gallery/carpeted open yoga/exercise area which includes two futons for yet further sleeping spots. it's also a great place for kids to play if you want them to have their space separate from the rest of the group. The downstairs bedroom has a wonderful view facing out to the ocean, and the Japanese-style tatami room makes for another sleeping space The Sea Sanctuary is truly a beautiful home which can help to make your vacation by the sea very relaxing and extra memorable. To sum up, there are many sleeping options: Upstairs - Bedroom - king bed - Den/TV room - Full-size pull-out sofa sleeper - purchased from Macy's but still not the most comfortable - Fireplace nook open area off the living room - queen futon and regular couch - Loft - 5' x 7' carpeted area can sleep a child or two on the floor Downstairs - Bedroom - queen bed - Tatami room - a private sleeping option with a queen mattress on a platform bed. Sliding shoji screens close the room off - Exercise/play area - queen futon + single futon If you are into cooking, the kitchen is fully stocked including Vitamix, KitchenAId Mixer, double oven, 5 burner cooktop, rice cooker, built-in mircowave, toaster, etc. Guest AccessThe entire home except for the garage. I'll provide a code for the door for entry. The NeighborhoodProximity to the beautiful beach which is an easy 1 minute stroll directly in front of the front door. It's also on a relatively quiet loop road 1 mile off of Hwy 1 so it's very quiet. A short 8 minute drive gets you to the center of Fort Bragg so you're not far away from groceries and other essentials.
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The SpaceThis charming bedroom with it's own private 1/2 bathroom, has a large window looking out towards the sea and a comfy, and an extra long twin bed. It is full of light with plenty of storage for your things. This room does not have any common walls with any other bedroom. Perfect for students with wifi, room to study, nice desk, chair, dresser, closet, and large skylight. Great kitchen to prepare meals. Super bright with clean cutting boards, knives, high speed blender, juicer, food processor, a roomy french door stainless fridge, a ceramic topped stove that will bake with conventional or convection, coffee maker, toaster, microwave, your own shelves. There is a corner market a 1/2 block away that specializes in gourmet coffee treats and deli sandwiches. A natural food store around the corner is stuffed with organic goodies, made to order juices, (wheat grass too). Just a 2 block walk to shopping & town center. My house was built in 1916. There is a covered porch out front, perfect for your morning latte (shop just a 1/2 block away). This is a good size, well designed home, comfortable, not fussy, a good place to kick back and enjoy. The living room has large windows featuring the natural light with comfy furniture, perfect for curling up with a good book. The walls downstairs, are all board and bead redwood, painted soft tones of blue and green. The dining room is a good size with a hand built table and chairs. There are large windows supplying good natural light. It is a very pleasant room. A nice space for eating, entertaining or studying. There is a rainbow staircase spiraling to the upstairs. There is a mini lounge at the top of the stairs, with a futon and a skylight. A bright, comfortable and private area, an extra quiet place to study. Guest AccessA shared bath with a shower is downstairs. I have a great on-demand hot water system, so there is always plenty of hot water for showers and laundry. (There is a Kirkland shampoo in the shower for your use and a botanical shower gel.) High windows furnish the room with natural light while ensuring privacy. There are laundry facilities and laundry detergent for use and convenience. You will have full house privileges (except other bedrooms). There is wifi and parking is available usually right in front of the house. Please make yourself at home. Please prepare food, bring guests over for dinner, lounge on the deck, and drink coffee on the porch while enjoying the morning light. In other words, please use the house freely for your enjoyment during your stay! Check in time is anytime after 2pm. Late check-ins are always welcome. Interaction with GuestsYou will find me readily available, if you are here without a car and you need a trip to the grocery, I would be happy to take you as my schedule permits. I will do everything I can to make your stay work for you while you attend your classes or just enjoy Fort Bragg, I are very respectful of a person's need for privacy. The NeighborhoodThis house is located on a quiet street with other fine built older homes, mostly craftsmen style. (website hidden) Street view is incorrect. Centrally located in the city of Fort Bragg, CA. It is 5 blocks to the Living Light Culinary Institute, 1/2 block to a corner grocery with espresso and sandwiches, 3 blocks to a Down Home Foods a well stocked natural food store, Purity - a grocery store, Los Gallitos (wonderful Mexican food), a Mexican tienda with fresh produce and a CVS pharmacy. Less than a mile to the Mendocino Coast District Hospital and the Fine Furniture program at the College of the Redwoods, 5 blocks to our world class swimming and workout recreation center, the CV Starr center. Our fabulous beaches are a 20 minute walk. You can safely walk or bike to most parts of Fort Bragg quite easily. There is a lab puppy in the backyard. Getting AroundMendocino Transit Authority bus line is only 1 1/2 blocks away ($1.50). They also offer a DIal-A-Ride door to door service to any place in town for $6 or 1/2 price for seniors and the disabled. MTA connects with airporters (coming from either SFO or Oakland airports) at the Santa Rosa airport, but only once a day, important info for trip planning. Other Things to NoteThis is a wonderful area for walking and biking. Most parts of Fort Bragg and the beaches, can be easily reached on foot or by bike. We have a decent bus line just a 1 1/2 blocks away. Every 1/2 hour once northbound, once southbound, Monday through Friday until 6:30 pm. Fort Bragg has wonderful beaches and great hiking trails. This is a tobacco free home.
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The Space15% tax included in listing price unless staying at discounted 1-6 month rates. Mendocino College (Woodworking students), Living Light students, Traveling Nurses and Therapists welcome. ______________________________________________________________ Comfortable, Foam-Top, Queen bed in room with dresser, 2 lamps and closet space. All high quality bedding. Use of kitchen and utensils for cooking and storing food. Please ask for permission to use washer/dryer. Walking distance to the ocean, Glass Beach. Two blocks from Old Town Fort Bragg and many other local destinations are walkable. PRICES NEGOTIABLE FOR LONGER STAYS UP TO 6 MONTHS Colorfully furnished room with garden view. Foam top, very comfortable Queen mattress. Free WiFi. Juicer available. Kitchen with stove, refrigerator and personal cupboard for storing and preparing food. Pots, pans, dishes included. Common living room with working fireplace. Privacy respected. Fort Bragg is a town that changes slowly. Our Craftsman style house is only a block from Hwy 1 and on a fogless day the Pacific Ocean is visible from the front porch (actually, a small viewing area looking between buildings on Hwy 1). Cooling ocean breezes and friendly locals make this place special. This is an area with many talented artists as well as having the great outdoors and a fantastic coastline at your doorstep. If you are a beer/wine lover, you will be astounded at the many varieties. This is a house I have shared with my 17 yr old son, a classically-trained pianist. We are both artists. Hopefully Airbnb will help as he enters college and free up more time for me in my studio and to work on building an extension to the house so we can expand our services. Recently approved by the city as a "Hostel"....we will be in the midst of backyard renovations for a while that should be no inconvenience for guests whatsoever. An organic garden with Kale, Chards, Bush Beans, Romaine lettuce and two varieties of artichokes are available for guests to eat as they wish (in season and as available), Complimentary coffee and tea in the morning 7am-10am. Some mornings we will have fresh organic strawberries, yogurt and bagels with cream cheese/butter (all organic). Non dairy Almond Milk. If preferred, you are very welcome to bring your own foods. We all don't have the same tastes! Relax and ENJOY! _____________________________________________________________ From Airbnb: Some hosts are required by their local regulations to charge a tax. We recommend they include the tax in the price of the reservation, but some may require the tax to be paid directly upon check-in. We ask that hosts explain any taxes they may be required to collect in their listing description and their communication with guests prior to booking. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In some locations, Airbnb has made agreements with government officials to collect and remit local taxes on behalf of hosts. The taxes vary and, depending on the local law, may include calculations based on a flat rate or percentage rate, the number of guests, number of nights, or property type booked. When you book a listing in one of these locations, the local taxes will be displayed automatically when you pay and appear on your receipt once your reservation is confirmed. (*CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA - *notation added by host) Guest AccessCommon area (living room), Kitchen and refrigerator (and all utensils), 1 bathroom. Washer and Dryer (please ask for assistance before using). Interaction with GuestsPrivacy is very important, for all of us. It is respected. Any interaction is up to the quest or quests and if someone just wants to relax in the house or room and rest, it is much encouraged! The NeighborhoodWe are a short walking (or driving, if you prefer) distance to Glass Beach (approximately a 20 min walk to the north end of town), one block from the movie theater and three blocks from Old Town Fort Bragg. Located 1 block from Highway 1 (street runs parallel to Hwy 1), this neighborhood was originally called, "Little Italy"...for obvious reasons. Most of the Italian immigrants worked in the now long-gone mill, which took up much ocean-front and used to be visible from the front porch of this house. Many of the houses on this block were built from the redwood that came from the mill in a "Craftsman Style" of building. Fort Bragg has always been a predominately working-class town, not gentrified as, say, the town of Mendocino. The neighborhood is safe and you are able to park your car, free, on the streets. Parking is almost always available in front of the house. Don't worry! You're not in Detroit... 1. Whales! The annual migration of the California gray whale begins in December and peaks in the winter months. 2. No crowds. On a winter day in Fort Bragg, there’s no waiting in line; not for a coffee, not for lunch, not for a parking space. 3. Walks. Whether it is along the ocean, in the redwoods or just down to the beach, there’s a walk for everyone. 4. Crab! Boats are bringing fresh Dungeness crab into Noyo Harbor daily. You can enjoy the delectable and seasonal treat in our local restaurants, or pick up one in the harbor or at a local grocer. 5. Waterfalls. A short walk through Otis Johnson Park or at Russian Gulch State Park and you can visit the magic of winter in the woods. 6. Mushrooms. Wild mushroom season is not limited to the fall months. Whether you forage or just hunt with a camera, there is still plenty of natures bounty to capture. You will see oyster, yellowfoot, black trumpet, candy caps and more, just look down along the edges of our roads and trails. Once you have the “mushroom eye” you will never look at the woods in the same way again. 7. Deals! Lodging rates in Fort Bragg have never been better. Check out our listings of cozy B&B’s or family-friendly motels and hotels for winter season specials. 8. Quiet! Did we say this was the quiet time of year? Other than the booming of the surf or the staccato tempo of the rain on the roof, there’s nothing to disturb the peace. After the hustle and bustle of the holidays, there’s nothing we like more. 9. Waves. Did we mention the spectacular winter surf in Fort Bragg? King tides and storm swells from the north Pacific combine to bring some of the most awe-inspiring ocean views you can imagine. Of course, watch from a safe distance and never turn your back on the ocean. For a sample, click on this link (URL HIDDEN) 10. Sunsets! Winter is sunset season on the Mendocino Coast, and Fort Bragg is no exception. Night after night of ever-changing rainbows. See if you can spot the elusive “green flash” or better yet, catch it with your camera. This is why we live on the coast--and it's always cooler than most any place in California. Getting AroundMendocino Transit Authority - Bicycle - Car Rental (Enterprise) - Skunk Train (to Willits). Once a day (mornings) a Shuttle picks up around town and goes to Santa Rosa, ending at the Santa Rosa Transit Mall. It's only once a day, so plan carefully! Santa Rosa has an airport and easy transportation (Golden Gate Transit) to San Francisco, South of SF or the East Bay (Berkeley, Oakland). additional useful information: Other Things to NoteFirst, PLEASE READ the entire description and house rules! Sometimes a breakfast will be available. It depends on certain factors and it is not part of the package. I can't promise and I'm not licensed to advertise meals...that's a whole new City Hall loop the loop I cannot maneuver! However, coffee, teas, milk, almond milk, toast, misc fruits and often bagels will be available at 7:30am (not always 7:30am ..if you wish to awake earlier, you are welcome to make a breakfast from the common-food section of the refrigerator and what is available on the kitchen table. If you wish to make your own breakfast, please do! Don't be shy...but, if it's REALLY early..please be as quiet as possible and respect the others in the house. Most everyone who stays here is on vacation, or passing through this zone for the scenic beauty...they are escaping their alarm clocks...:) Space in the refrigerator is available and all utensils, pots and pans can be used..Please wash whatever you use, thank you!
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The SpaceStay in a Fine Art Photographer’s modern studio, plus deck, on the edge of a wooded forest. The studio is a private unit, with its own entrance. Located on a naturally landscaped property, with a main house and multiple outbuildings, including a wood-workers shop, the photography studio and an in-law apartment. The studio is a private modern, light filled, spacious room (750 sq ft), that occupies the lower level of a gambrel roof barn with a retired professor and his wife living on the second. On the deck, two teak chairs and teak café table overlook the large open garden. The south and west light filled studio has natural wood trim, bamboo and natural linoleum floors, full bath shower/tub combo and studio lighting. The studio is perfect for 2 or 3 guests with a new king-size bed, futon couch, 2 comfortable chairs in the seating area as well as a small table and two chairs for reading, writing eating, etc. A microwave, mini-refrigerator, coffee-maker and electric kettle make simple meals possible. Coffee, tea, sugar and cream are provided by your host. Cabinets, a coat rack and suitcase stand offer space to store your personal belongings. Free wi-fi is available. Sheets, towels, blankets, soap and shampoo are also provided. The studio is located 20-minute walk/5-minute bike (bring your bikes!) from Main St. Fort Bragg where you’ll find shops, restaurants, and various cultural offerings, depending on the season. Mendocino Coast beaches, including Glass Beach and the Old Railroad Walk at Haul Road, as well as the extensive Botanical Gardens are a five-minute drive away. A leisurely coastal drive brings you to the heart of historic Mendocino Village, 20 minutes away. Enjoy wine-tasting, surfing, kayaking, or hiking at any time of year, or check in advance to find out which of the many festivals are happening before you visit (crab, mushroom, whale, film and music festivals, local history days, Paul Bunyan days, etc). Wind your way to the headlands, where you’ll look onto the dramatic glory of the Pacific Ocean. For longer excursions, hike or bike in Van Damme State Park, Big River Estuary, Mendocino Headlands State Park, Russian Gulch State Park, Jughandle State Reserve Ecological Staircase, or the Pygmy Forests. We're a 4 hour drive from San Francisco or Oakland airports (without traffic), and 2.5 hours from Santa Rosa. We are gay-friendly, tourist-friendly, family-friendly! Please let us know in advance if you have any special needs or requests to make your stay enjoyable. Check-in is 4pm, check-out is 11 am. Let me know if you need a later departure or earlier arrival, and if we can, we will accommodate you. We have a 2-night minimum policy, but feel free to request single nights during the winter or weekdays. We will generally be able to accommodate you. Please note: Property and home is strictly smoke free and drug free. Smoking and drug use is not allowed. Strict no pet policy. (Except the ones that already live here.) The 11% Mendocino County Bed Tax is included in the room rate. Guest AccessDeck and flower & fruit tree filled yard. Interaction with GuestsWe like to meet guests when they arrive just to say hi, show them around and see if they have any questions about where to eat or what to do in the area. We often check in with our guests in passing to make sure everything is going well, answer any questions or see if they would like any other suggestions for accessing whatever it is that they would like to see or do. We presume our guests are here to relax and enjoy themselves. We like to enhance that experience as much as possible! The NeighborhoodWe live in a very rural area (you are likely to see deer & other wild life on your way to town) but, we are just 5 minutes from the town of Fort Bragg, 10 minutes from the famous Glass Beach and headlands of MacKerricher State Park and 20 minutes from the village of Mendocino as well as several other state parks. Getting AroundBicycle, walking or car are the best ways to get around the neighborhood or into town, to the beach etc. Other Things to NoteSome of the birds that have visited our yard: Violet Green Swallow (nest in our bird houses), Cliff Swallows (nest under our eaves), Hummingbirds (several types), Goldfinches, Ravens, Redtail Hawks, House Finches, Robins, Varied Thrushes, Blue Jays, Stellar Jays, Mourning Doves, Pigeons, White Crowned Sparrows (a colony lives in yard), Fox Sparrows, Flickers, California Quail, to name a few.
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The SpaceOtter’s Den Otters’ Den awaits those wanting an intimate experience with nature. Secluded in the alder woods on the bank of the river, this little hand-built rustic cabin is surrounded by a natural wonderland. Sitting beside the river or kayaking on it, you can watch families of otters, ducks and geese. Egrets often roost in the trees across the river. Seals also frequent this tidal stretch of the river and foxes make their dens in these woods. Otters Den is a real escape--it is off the grid and out of WiFi and cell phone range (cell service is available 1 mile away). Along with beautiful views of the trees and river from large south windows, the studio cabin has a queen bed, a glass front propane heater, a cozy kitchen with a full sized propane fridge, propane cook top and double sink. Propane and LED lights illuminate the interior. Outside is an enclosed hot shower, a redwood privy, a Weber BBQ, outdoor table and chairs around the large fire pit. Wood for the fire pit is available at most stores and from vendors along the highway. Bring your own charcoal for the BBQ. Perfect for those seeking a retreat from the hubbub of city life and an immersion in nature, Otters’ Den is still only 20 minutes from Fort Bragg with it’s galleries, fine dining opportunities, Farmers’ Market, many festivals, great shopping and other activities. It is 5 minutes from miles of beach and sand dunes. Perfect too for abalone divers. The site is also available for events and camping—when the cabin is not occupied by those seeking to renew themselves in the beauty of nature. Otters’ Den is part of a large property with other residences. Use of kayaks is included. A two-night minimum is encouraged. Also available by appointment are guided nature tours, tarot readings, and visits with our flock of friendly sheep. No dogs please—you can play with ours. $85 single $110 double plus $30 cleaning fee. $550/$675 week. Guest AccessGuests have access to kayaks, the river and it's swimming hole. The cabin is surrounded by a large open area. The county road along the wetland is a great walk. Interaction with GuestsUsually, after a brief orientation on arrival, guests have all the privacy they want. Though if desired or needed, someone is available anytime. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is one of the most beautiful on earth. Ten Mile Beach and its dunes is just five minutes away and is the longest undeveloped beach in California. On the north side of the Ten Mile River folks can walk on lovely Seaside Beach. The river itself is very gentle for kayaking and folks can expect to see many birds including kingfishers, great blue & other herons, ducks & geese, as well as many kinds of hawks and other species of birds. Seals and otters can be seen in the water. The area also is home to other wild life such as deer, foxes & racoons. The river valley and its wetlands are a constantly changing tapestry of colors. Getting AroundNo
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Bear Harbor overlooks the Pacific ocean from the west side of our inn. It's comfy and cozy, yet spacious with a private bathroom.
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The SpaceOur secluded, cozy cabin is located just north of Fort Bragg near the end of a quiet gravel lane. The cabin is in a rural area and yet is just a few minutes drive from downtown and its numerous restaurants and galleries. Also just a few minutes drive are the Skunk Train, Glass Beach, the Noyo Headlands Park and Coastal Trail, MacKerricher State Park and Pudding Creek Beach. The cabin is close to the main house, but with a separate yard and entrance, so is very private. The accommodation consists of a large, light and airy sitting/dining room with vaulted pine ceiling. This room also has a kitchenette with sink, microwave, toaster, refrigerator/freezer, tea kettle and coffee maker. The bedroom has a comfortable queen bed and en suite bathroom with shower. There is a small covered redwood deck with table and chairs. A very efficient gas monitor heater is located in the main room for those chilly evenings. Free WiFi access is available. Binoculars, beach towels, beach chairs and coolers are available to borrow on request. There are many activities available locally including whale watching, fishing, hiking, cycling, kayaking, horse riding, to name a few. Fort Bragg has many festivals throughout the year including the Whale Festival in March, the Mendocino Film Festival in May, the World's Largest Salmon Barbecue and Mendocino Music Festival in July and Paul Bunyan Days in September. Other Things to NoteWe keep chickens and a rooster who tends to wake up early and welcome the day! Most of our guests either do not notice this or enjoy it as part of the experience of staying with us. Check-in is between 3pm and 8pm. Check-ins outside of these hours by prior arrangement only. We are licensed with Mendocino County and our price includes 11% county taxes.
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The SpaceCome spend the night or a week or two in beautiful Fort Bragg, CA! This adorable cottage is located just blocks from the ocean and right in the vibrant town. You could take a long stroll to the farmer's market or enjoy a coffee or local wine on your own patio in the garden. The space is just like having your own house with a full kitchen and bath, washer and dryer, living room and super comfortable queen sized bed. There are also two single futon couches that can be made into separate beds or pushed together to make a double bed. Guest AccessYou have everything you need right in your own space! You'll have your own parking spot (although there is plenty of street parking too) and your own private home and yard. YOU HAVE access to the studio/garage which holds the far-infrared sauna as well as the gardens all around the property. Interaction with GuestsI live in the main house and can have as much or as little interaction with you as you choose. I work days but am very social and happy to sit and chat and tell you some of the fun things to do in town. Perhaps we could even share a bottle of wine or two if everything aligns right! The NeighborhoodThis is a very quiet and peaceful neighborhood. Mostly residential with a park, dog park, recreation center with excellent swimming pool and exercise rooms with classes and school nearby. You will sleep soundly among the trees and listen to the birds in the morning. Very safe and welcoming. Getting AroundThere are buses in town, information can be provided upon your arrival if need be. Other Things to NoteJust ask me if you are in need of anything not already provided and I can get it or may have it in my home. There is even a Vita-mix blender for green drinks and I have a juicer if you require that also.
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The SpaceBeautiful flat located in the historic company store in the heart of Fort Bragg, CA. This apartment has two bedrooms with comfortable queen size beds, two bathrooms with a sauna and a large Jacuzzi bathtub in one. There is a full kitchen with stove and range. It is the perfect place for someone who wants to be close enough to the beach to walk, but also directly in town to experience the boutique shops and restaurants that Fort Bragg has to offer. The building is known for housing the internationally recognized raw food culinary institute LIVING LIGHT CULINARY ARTS INSTITUTE. This building also has local fine dining with Sea Valley Cafe and Mendo Bistro, Zappa's coffee , Bamboo Garden Spa, and a beautiful bar. Also a yoga sudio and a bike shop for the active. Whether you want to get a massage, get out and be active or have champagne and oysters you are fully taken care of! Also, No Divers please, we do not have any outside room to hang wet suits and it can be pretty messy in the house. Interaction with GuestsWe don't live in the area and have a house cleaner that gets the place ready for you and cleans up after you for the next guests. Please let us know if you need anything and we will call her to help us out. The NeighborhoodWe love being able to pick up our latte in the morning and head out to enjoy our walks and bike rides by the ocean. Knowing all the while that when we get home we can eat a healthy salad, get a massage, have a cocktail and a great dinner and not have to leave the building! If we really want to relax and leave the sweats on we can call in a pizza at Piacchis across the street and stay in with a movie.
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The SpaceThe Grey Whale Inn, built in 1915 by the Union Lumber Company offers vacation lodging amidst comfort and laid back Mendocino Coast elegance. The Inn, a classic architecture of old-growth redwood, is a premier Bed and Breakfast in historic downtown Fort Bragg. Within walking distance of a great selection of restaurants, the internationally award winning North Coast Brewery, Glass Beach, the Skunk Train, art galleries, a culinary center, and ,the historic downtown shopping area. Experience the real Mendocino personality at the Grey Whale Inn. We have 13 rooms total including large King rooms Extended stay rates for Living Light students available CALL US! (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Guest AccessFree wifi, parking, game rooms and lounge with fireplace Interaction with GuestsAt every opportunity. As much or as little as guests would like. We are a friendly place and encourage hospitality among everyone. The NeighborhoodClose (within walking distance of 4 blocks) to the beach, historic downtown, Skunk Train, The Northcoast Brewery, famous Glass Beach, restaurants and art galleries. Getting AroundThere is one public bus with limited hours and destinations. There is a cab company and a couple limo companies. Many attractions and restaurants are within 1-6 blocks. An airporter does run between airports and nearby Ukiah and then the local MTA runs from Ukiah to Fort Bragg.
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The SpaceThe Grey Whale Inn, built in 1915 by the Union Lumber Company offers vacation lodging amidst comfort and laid back Mendocino Coast elegance. The Inn, a classic architecture of old-growth redwood, is a premier Bed and Breakfast in historic downtown Fort Bragg. Within walking distance of a great selection of restaurants, the internationally award winning North Coast Brewery, Glass Beach, the Skunk Train, art galleries, a culinary center, and ,the historic downtown shopping area. Experience the real Mendocino personality at the Grey Whale Inn. Navarro Ridge is a romantic favorite. It has a queen bed, tub/shower, a rustic elegance, and a wood-burning fireplace. The library, garden, and fireside lounge provide quiet spaces to kick back and relax and the game room is a favorite hangout. Best of all you can park your car for the duration of your stay! Everything you need for a perfect visit is either at the Inn or in walking distance! Amenities include: Full Gourmet Breakfast Fireside lounge Ride the Skunk Train, Rent a bike, Take the trolley Walk to restaurants, galleries, & shopping area Walk to Glass Beach, Pudding Creek and the Haul Road trail Game Room pool table, foosball & TV/VCR/DVD library Most rooms have wireless access Library with high speed access computer Scent-free rooms Free local calls
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The SpaceThe Grey Whale Inn, built in 1915 by the Union Lumber Company offers vacation lodging amidst comfort and laid back Mendocino Coast elegance. The Inn, a classic architecture of old-growth redwood, is a premier Bed and Breakfast in historic downtown Fort Bragg. Within walking distance of a great selection of restaurants, the internationally award winning North Coast Brewery, Glass Beach, the Skunk Train, art galleries, a culinary center, and ,the historic downtown shopping area. Experience the real Mendocino personality at the Grey Whale Inn. The Sunset Room has sweeping, panoramic views of the town and ocean from the room and the private covered patio. There are tropical, bamboo furnishings, a king bed, fridge, TV/VCR, and tub/shower in the bath. The library, garden, and fireside lounge provide quiet spaces to kick back and relax and the game room is a favorite hangout. Best of all you can park your car for the duration of your stay! Everything you need for a perfect visit is either at the Inn or in walking distance! Amenities include: Full Gourmet Breakfast Fireside lounge Ride the Skunk Train, Rent a bike, Take the trolley Walk to restaurants, galleries, & shopping area Walk to Glass Beach, Pudding Creek and the Haul Road trail Game Room pool table, foosball & TV/VCR/DVD library Most rooms have wireless access Library with high speed access computer Scent-free rooms Free local calls
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The SpaceThis special reduced rate for Living Light Students is "student friendly" for the students staying for an extended time of 14 days or more. If you stay more than 30 days the price is even more reasonable at $55/day. Our prices are the best around for what we offer: queen or king rooms with private baths, free wifi and parking, game room, community kitchen and dining area, and weekly housekeeping all in a fun, relaxing atmosphere within 3 blocks of the school. Walking distance to downtown, shops, restaurants, neighborhood grocery store and tourist attractions. Contract is required with a 30 day cancellation policy. Guest AccessFree wi-fi, free parking, community kitchen and dining room, game room with pool table, tv, foosball table, books, board games and garden. Interaction with GuestsWe interact with our guests frequently and are available on-site and by phone for guests and for emergencies 24 hours a day/every day. We like for our guests to have their privacy, as we also enjoy our privacy, but we are friendly and like to include guests for special event's, holidays, etc. if they want to be included. The NeighborhoodWe love that we are so close to the beach, ocean and bluffs with walking trails, as well as the downtown area that boasts many delicious restaurants, beautiful art galleries and shops, deli's, a brewery, pubs, the historic "Skunk Train" and victorian neighborhoods. We also love the people in our area that are friendly and eclectic....after all, the town was founded on fishing and logging and is filled with 3rd generation hippies creating a population very unique to our area. Most everyone knows everyone here and love meeting new people. Getting AroundWe have a local MTA bus that travels throughout the town and into the surrounding towns at a very reasonable price. It also travels 45 minutes away to the major bus station and place where the airporter transports to three major airports. Most everything a person would need is within walking distance of the inn. Other Things to NoteOur extended stay rates are for single person occupancy, and must be for 14 days or longer to qualify for this rate. If the stay overlaps a holiday the nights on that weekend will be increased $25/night extra for those nights. Housekeeping is once a week. Extra service is available for a $25 fee. No pets, no smoking. Breakfast is not included. Queen room is $60/night, King is $85/night for the first 30days. Any stays over 30 days are reduced by $5 daily. Free laundry available around maid's schedule. $500 advance deposit is required with a signed contract prior to arrival. Reservation is not confirmed until these two things are received. Cancellation policy is 30 days. If you cancel within 30 days you do not get a refund. We reserve the right to ask a student to leave without a refund if they become abusive, disrespectful to the inn or innkeeper, behave destructively toward the ongoing inn business, destruction of property, ie: towels, kitchen, kitchen utensils or supplies, damage to room, carpet, wall, etc.. There is a common kitchen dining area with a refrigerator, sink, and counter space, small blender, hot water pot and some basic utensils provided. Students are expected to clean up kitchen after each use. We provide weekly regular cleaning. We ask that students are respectful to each other and leave the kitchen and other peoples food and things as you find it.
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The SpaceA roadside attraction without the distraction. A car goes by, a bicyclist or walker passes, swallows dip and dart. This circa 1890s former blacksmith shop is twenty feet to the peaceful Pacific Coast Highway, and a quick walk to a secluded beach. Westport boomed in 1878 and was the largest town north of San Francisco, but truth be told, not much happens here any more. Open and airy and cozy and happy, packed with strange and varied art work. Enjoy cooking and napping, reading or staring, and the endless changing Pacific off the deck. Writers, escapists, and creative types will appreciate the solitude of the detached artist studio. One bedroom is cozy and dark, the other bright, with a view to the ocean and a loaded bookshelf. The kitchen has a 5-burner gas stovetop, large convection oven, and coffee maker. The living area has a long table for a gourmet spread or a project. Bath with shower, washer and dryer, and the Lost Coast's largest collection of those plaster fish. Watch a DVD or listen to music. Play a game. Be inspired. Soak in the hot tub or just sit on the porch in comfortable adarondack chairs. Outside you will find a 100 square foot artist studio with another large deck. There is a writing desk inside and a stereo system for ipod/computer hookup with two indoor speakers. Great space to do some morning yoga or painting. There is also a very comfortable oversized chair that converts to a twin size sleeper bed. Extra sheets/blankets are next to the sofa sleeper. You will also find a charcoal grill outside. There sandy beaches just a block away and down the bluffs to stairs. All the nearby beaches are dog friendly too and pets are welcome in my home. Buy local! The Westport General store sells beer and staples and makes great organic sandwiches and pizzas to order. The Westport Hotel and Old Abalone Pub serves dinners on the weekends. Off high-way parking for two cars. Note that the side yard is a sculpture construction site for The Westport Whale, a future roadside attraction. This place has all the basic amenities without the frills. The house is definitely a work in progress. It is my Dream and my favorite place to be in the whole world. I hope you will enjoy it too.
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The SpaceThe first recorded deed states that an L.A. Moody purchased this residence September 25th, 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 our private redwood deck, surrounded by a quaint garden lit by dozens of little white lights in the camellia trees. There is also a common living rooms space with a shared refrigerator and microwave; plastic ware, plates, napkins, wine openers and glasses, and a snack basket. Out back we have three chicken coops which provided the eggs for breakfast. Guests are welcome to stop and visit with our chickens. They love the attention! Guest AccessGuests can relax at the end of the day in the common room. Which has a shared refrigerator and microwave. There are also complimentary snacks and treats, and on Saturday evening we have a wine reception with light appetizers or cheese. The Inn also has a private redwood deck with hot tub and a rose garden. In more detail: Bathrooms & Toiletries Every room has an en suite bathroom. Our bathrooms all include; shampoo/conditioner, lotion, Hypo allergenic glycerin and non-glycerin soap, make-up remover, bath salts (for rooms with tubs), Hair dryer, and plush towels, as well as extra towels for outdoor use. Irons and ironing boards are available by request. Bedding & Linens All of our beds have tempurpedic bed toppers, down comforters, high thread count cotton sheets, and plush towels. Non-down alternatives are available upon request for those with allergies. Extra pillows or softer/harder pillows are also available by request. Breakfast Breakfast may be one of the highlights of your stay here. Every morning you'll enjoy a different freshly prepared and filling meal. We use fresh and local ingredients, organic produce, and fresh organic eggs from our resident hens. "Breakfasts were so delicious that I could have easily been talked into staying a day or two longer just to see what would be served next." —Trip Advisor review Dec '14. Room Service If you don't feel like coming down to breakfast, we'll bring it to you! Room service is available for a nominal charge. Snacks Our guests enjoy complimentary snacks 24hours a day. They vary by season, but include popcorn, two kinds of M&Ms, fruit, and other sweets. There is a small shared refrigerator and microwave in the common parlor area. (An in room mini-fridge may be available for an extra fee. Please ask when booking if you are interested.) Afternoon Sweets Every afternoon we serve fresh baked sweets (cookies, cupcakes, lemon bars etc.), available in our common room. Saturday Nights On Saturday night from 5-6 treat yourself to complementary hor d'oeuvres and local Mendocino County wine, as well as conversation with guests from around the world. Beverage Service We have several dozen types of tea, decaf and regular coffee, hot chocolate, and hot or cold water available 24hours a day for our guests. Quiet Unplug for a day or two - you'll be surprised how good it feels! We do not have TV's in our rooms. There are many reasons for this, but the main reason is that it preserves this 1890's residence as a quiet retreat. Enjoy a romantic evening with your sweetheart, get some much needed rest, play a game of cards, chess, or monopoly, and do it in peace. You won't be listening to your neighbors TV late into the night at this B&B. And, if you absolutely can't leave the hustle and bustle of the modern world for a day or two, we have fast and dependable Wifi available. There are also several bars, including North Coast Brewing Company, within walking distance that show your favorite sporting events. Hot Tub Our Hot tub is so private you may feel like it's your own private oasis. It's available 9am-10pm every day of the year, rain or shine. In the evening you'll enjoy a romantic glow as it is lit by solar LED lights in the camellia trees and along the eves. Proximity The Country Inn is close to everything! North Coast Brewing Company is just a block and a half south on main street. Just past that, the entire down awaits - shops, restaurants, the Skunk Train, the Guest House Museum, Tattoo Museum, and art galleries. We are also just a few minutes' walk from the famous Glass Beach, and the new Coastal Trail. McKerricur State Park and Russian Gulch State Park and the Point Cabrillo Light House are also close by and are guest favorites. Other nearby activities include; hiking, bicycle rental, horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, photography, fishing, crabbing, whale watching, abalone diving, the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, the Redwoods and the Drive-thru Tree. Interaction with GuestsThis is a bed and breakfast, but we respect our guests privacy. You may have as little or as much interaction as you like with other guests and us. Breakfast is served family style over a large table in the dinning room at two seatings; either 8:15 or 9:15. Or, you can choose to order room service for an additional charge. There is a social hour from 5-6pm on Saturday evening with Mendocino county wine and light appetizers. The NeighborhoodThe Inn is within walking distance of downtown Fort Bragg, West Coast Brewing Company, Tattoo Museum, Guest House Museum, Glass Beach, Skunk Train, and many restaurants, galleries, and shops. Getting AroundThere's lots to do within walking distance. There is also a shop near by that rents bicycles. Other Things to NoteThis accommodation is not suitable to small children (children under age 12) or families larger than 2 that wish to share a room. All of our rooms are double occupancy only (two person max). We have 7 rooms only one of which is listed here at any given time. If your dates don't look like they are available give us a call - we may have something available. Applicable local/county taxes (11%) are due on arrival and are not factored in to airbnb rates. The exact tax amount will be sent to you in a confirmation email once your reservation is confirmed - so please be sure to read all correspondence.
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The SpaceThe Mendocino Coast's most popular Airbnb destination now has more than 475 five-star reviews! The Garden at Road’s End, located just two miles from the beach at Pudding Creek in Fort Bragg is a garden lover’s paradise. Set on 8 acres in the middle of a carefully tended lush landscape, the gardens are surrounded by fields, forest, and redwood groves. As my guests, you’ll have the sense you’ve stepped into another world- one that offers peace, tranquility, and the opportunity to recharge and find your own place of inspiration. You will be offered a private, self-contained architecturally designed studio adjacent to the main house. The 500 sq. ft. space features a comfy living area with a large sofa, table and chairs, a cozy window seat with views to the gardens, and photographs and original artwork by some of The Mendocino Coast's most renowned artists. The sleeping area includes TWO double beds, so the studio easily accommodates four, in one large, light-filled room. A queen-sized air mattress is also available for those of you wishing to add an extra person or two. The well-appointed kitchenette allows you to prepare simple meals with its refrigerator, countertop convection oven, toaster, microwave, coffee maker, tea kettle and blender. An array of breakfast foods, and coffee and teas are included with your accommodations. A dining table and 4 chairs allow you to eat comfortably, and a beautiful bathroom of modest proportions with a glass block shower, plus large area for hanging and storing clothes complete your accommodations. A very efficient Monitor heater will keep your room at the temperature you prefer. A wet/dry cedar sauna, free weights, hot tub and deck, outdoor shower, comfy hammock, woods trail, fire circle, W-Fi, and plenty of places to sit throughout the gardens complement your studio space. A separate massage studio on the property offers massage and bodywork by prior appointment with an extremely talented local professional therapist, Paul, and he will help you to fully unwind and surrender into peace. Once you have a confirmed reservation you may message me for contact information for massage appointments. The gardens have played host to many garden tours, fund-raising events, and more than a dozen couples have been married in the gardens over the past 17 years. I bring my talents as an architect, landscaper, lover of Spirit, and as an innkeeper for 13 years at a retreat center in Sonoma County into play here, where I have finally found a place to live out my passion, and share it with others. I am fully licensed to operate a B&B, and the rates include an 11% hotel tax which I pay to the county, so staying with here helps support the local economy here on the Mendocino Coast. The Garden at Road's End is just 5 minutes from downtown with its restaurants and shops, and from the famous Glass Beach, Skunk Train, and from miles of spectacular coastline with its many beaches and hiking trails. The property is a 20 minute drive along Highway One to the Victorian Village of Mendocino- a must see! I look forward to playing unobtrusive host to those of you who feel inspired to visit and will do our best to make your stay a memorable one. Guest AccessYou will have access to all 8 acres of gardens meadows and forest, hot tub, sauna, free weights, hammock, free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast. You share nothing, it's all yours. Only one guest booking at a time on the property. Interaction with GuestsI make an attempt to greet every guest to orient them to the features of the studio and property, to answer questions, make restaurant suggestions. After this 5-10 minute interaction, that may be the last guests see of me, except perhaps at a distance working in some part of the garden. I am around to respond to texts, questions, issues, but am extremely discreet to give guests a sense of total privacy. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is a great location, just 5 minutes from downtown Fort Bragg, Glass Beach, and the coastal bluffs, yet the property is at the very end of a quiet road, and the only sounds you will hear are the garden's waterfalls, crows, wind in the redwoods, horses hooves and whinnies in the adjacent pasture, and when the conditions are right, the ocean surf. We are at the edge of the "banana belt": when Fort Bragg is socked in with summer fog, we are very often still in sunshine. Getting AroundParking is just steps from your studio, yet not in view from your windows. All you see are gardens. Other Things to NoteMassage services are offered on site in a separate massage studio by a very talented local masseur by prior appointment. Combine this with sauna, hot tub (and hammock) for your own personal spa experience.
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The Space15% tax included in listing price unless staying on 1-6 month, discounted terms. Mendocino College (Woodworking students), Living Light students, Traveling Nurses and Therapists welcome. ____________________________________________________________ Artist/owner occupied. Room includes use of kitchen, all utilities, dishes, towels, sheets and 1 bathroom. Two, new twin beds. Additional, separate listing is a room with one Queen bed, 1 or 2 people and Art Studio in Back.. (please book separately or contact me for more info). Long term (1 or more months) prices negotiable on all listings. Room for two additional persons if contacted early. Inflatable Queen mattress. Please contact BEFORE booking (if using "Instant Book") and I will send you a "Special Offer" that allows you to book more than 2 people. Fireplace in living room. Located only a few blocks from Old Town Fort Bragg. Comfy beds and amenities. You will be well cared for. Location to all of what Fort Bragg offers. Clean, remodeled house with 1 1/2 bathrooms. Comfortable surroundings and use of the kitchen and refrigerator to prepare and store meals. Weekly and monthly rates, please ask. Fireplace. Kitchen, living room, full bathroom/shower/tub - plus 1/2 bathroom (handicapped access - 1/2 bathroom means toilet/sink but no shower or bath). Kitchen, living room, bathrooms, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator designated for guests, all guest food should be marked. Eating and cooking utensils provided. (Electric stove/oven) - Heating is forced air, oil furnace to all rooms. Please do not use this heater without assistance. Stand alone electric heaters are available upon request. We are 1 block east of Hwy 1, one block south from the movie theater, three blocks from Old Town Fort Bragg. Visit Glass Beach or the several State Parks close to Fort Bragg. Go whale watching, hiking, diving. Dine in any of the exquisite restaurants in the area or attend the music, theater, or food festivals the coast is famous for. This is why we live on the coast--and it's always cooler than most any place in California. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From Airbnb: How do taxes work for guests? There are a few instances where an Airbnb guest may need to pay tax. Some hosts are required by their local regulations to charge a tax. We recommend they include the tax in the price of the reservation, but some may require the tax to be paid directly upon check-in. We ask that hosts explain any taxes they may be required to collect in their listing description and their communication with guests prior to booking. Currently, this location's taxes are not collected separately by Airbnb. In some locations, Airbnb has made agreements with government officials to collect and remit local taxes on behalf of hosts. The taxes vary and, depending on the local law, may include calculations based on a flat rate or percentage rate, the number of guests, number of nights, or property type booked. When you book a listing in one of these locations, the local taxes will be displayed automatically when you pay and appear on your receipt once your reservation is confirmed. (*NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA - notation added by host). Guest AccessKitchen, living room, bathroom, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator - all available for guest use Washer and dryer available upon request. Interaction with GuestsAs often as preferred. It's really up to the guest(s) and timing. Privacy is respected above all. Each bedroom has it's own lock. Owner occupied. The NeighborhoodWe are two blocks from the ocean, one block from the movie theater, three blocks from Old Town Fort Bragg. 1. Whales! The annual migration of the California gray whale begins in December and peaks in the winter months. 2. No crowds. On a winter day in Fort Bragg, there’s no waiting in line; not for a coffee, not for lunch, not for a parking space. 3. Walks. Whether it is along the ocean, in the redwoods or just down to the beach, there’s a walk for everyone. This house is walking distance to Glass Beach, located at the north end of town. 4. Crab! Boats are bringing fresh Dungeness crab into Noyo Harbor daily (in season). You can enjoy the delectable and seasonal treat in our local restaurants, or pick up one in the harbor or at a local grocer. 5. Waterfalls. A short walk through Otis Johnson Park or at Russian Gulch State Park and you can visit the magic of winter in the woods. 6. Mushrooms. Wild mushroom season is not limited to the fall months. Whether you forage or just hunt with a camera, there is still plenty of natures bounty to capture. You will see oyster, yellowfoot, black trumpet, candy caps and more, just look down along the edges of our roads and trails. Once you have the “mushroom eye” you will never look at the woods in the same way again. 7. Deals! Depending on the time of year. 8. Quiet! Did we say this was the quiet time of year? Other than the booming of the surf or the staccato tempo of the rain on the roof, there’s nothing to disturb the peace. After the hustle and bustle of the holidays, there’s nothing we like more. 9. Waves. Did we mention the spectacular winter surf in Fort Bragg? King tides and storm swells from the north Pacific combine to bring some of the most awe-inspiring ocean views you can imagine. Of course, watch from a safe distance and never turn your back on the ocean. 10. Sunsets! Winter is sunset season on the Mendocino Coast, and Fort Bragg is no exception. Night after night of ever-changing rainbows. See if you can spot the elusive “green flash” or better yet, catch it with your camera. Fort Bragg has it's own website. Since Airbnb prohibits URL's in descriptions, please use a search engine to find the many links for detailed information about this area. Getting AroundAlthough I recommend using your personal helicopter or jet if you need to get up here fast :P (there is, actually, a "private airstrip" for those aircraft up (URL HIDDEN) not practical for most of us..... driving north, from SF or that area, several routes are usually open.... Highway 101 to Cloverdale, taking the turn-off to Fort Bragg (Hwy 128) takes you on a sometimes curvy but scenic drive through Anderson Valley (many wineries), Boonville and through the thick redwood groves along the Navarro River, eventually you arriving at the Navarro Headlands, the ocean and Highway 1, where you will continue North...you will pass the beautiful village of Mendocino, which is only 10 miles south of Fort Bragg. Other routes, for the more intrepid, could be following the Russian River route to Hwy 1, eventually bringing you to Hwy 128 /Hwy 1 near Mendocino (10 mi south of Fort Bragg)... this is a much longer drive but the most scenic. Or, another way is to just follow 101 north past Ukiah to the town of Willits, turn left (West, of course) on Hwy 20 and get ready to cross the Coastal Range in an often slow, switch back road, leading directly into Fort Bragg... it's only 35 or so miles but a tough drive for first-timers. There are a few back-road routes as well best left to the more adventurous...ask me or, I'm sure the info is online. Please (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) "How to get to Fort Bragg from any direction" ...since Airbnb censors all URLs, phone numbers and addresses until after a booking is confirmed - (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) or use another online search for the info. Fort Bragg has its own website with many valuable links. MTA (Mendocino Transit) 1 shuttle per morning ( 7:10am in front of this place) that goes south to Santa Rosa, through Willits, Hopland, Cloverdale and the Santa Rosa Airport (flights to SF and elsewhere). In Santa Rosa, it is possible to transfer to the (every 1/2 hr Golden Gate Transit bus #101 South to San Francisco and beyond. Car Skunk Train to Willits (begins July 1st). Sorry I cannot provide you with links here but once you book I will send you all the information you need, :) Cheers! Randy Other Things to NoteThere is something to see and do year-round. July-October are the busiest months in Fort Bragg. November-June usually features fewer visitors. So when is the best time to visit? Anytime! Off months can be great with welcoming weather and quieter streets while prime time is host to lots of events and festivals. If you arrive in Fort Bragg before 9pm (later on Fri and Sat) and you are hungry, I personally recommend Piaci's ...for excellent Italian inspired food/pizzas/calzones/salads/and a plethora of beers on tap, some you have probably never heard of ....tell them Randy from Cosmo's Lost Coast Hostel sent you... Abalone diving, sport fishing, whale-watching, kayaking, mountain trails, beach trails, canoeing, swimming with many summer events such as the Mendocino Music Festival, Big Salmon Feed, Crab Feed and more! Other popular festivals going on throughout the area.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceAlthough the home is only 15 years old the Craftsman style, high ceilings and fine materials give it have a homey feel. The furniture is attractive and the bedding and towels are of high quality and new. The kitchen is well appointed for entertaining and cooking and the patio and porch have plenty of seating and space for outdoor dining and relaxing. A BBQ is provided. There are presto logs available to use in the fireplace. Although wood can be burned in the fireplace it is not provided. Guest AccessAs as guest you will have access to the whole house and property, but not to a private closet in the house nor the garage which is a private space. Interaction with GuestsWe use the house as a getaway and do not live there. But I am always available through phone or text. The NeighborhoodAlthough close to town the house is in a quiet neighborhood. You may not be able to see the Sea (a strip of blue can be seen from the Master Suite) but one can hear waves, the buoy and sometimes seals. Getting AroundYour own vehicle is recommended Other Things to NoteSituated on 1.1 acres the property consists of a large wraparound seasonal lawn and a wilder back area. The property is fenced but not in a manner to keep a pet in place. There is plenty of off street flat gravel parking. There are beautiful flowers and plantings and a small grouping of apple trees with apples for the picking in the fall.
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Excellent
112 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceYou are up in the trees yet close enough to hear the ocean! Redwoods, the awesome beach and coastal hiking, ten mile beach, Big river. Kayaking, horseback riding, restaurants, coffee houses, breweries with great jazz 'Theater. Coast Cinema or just relaxing on back deck gazing at the Beautiful Redwood Forest! Right where you are! The best linens and comfort after your day!! Parking, redwoods, hiking, the beach, just minutes to downtown Fort Bragg. Most phone services work. We just added a redwood deck in back, great for yoga, eating outdoors, with fire-pit and bbq, propane heat, and wood burning stove! Guest AccessMany acres of redwoods. 2 miles down the road to beach, MacKerricher State Park. Town is less than 10 minutes, Mendocino is 15 minutes. Markets, health food stores and specialty shops! There are so many trail for hiking, biking it is awesome! The beaches stretch for miles and sunsets are divine. Theatre, live music, culinary delights galore. Two new hiking and biking trails are now in Fort Bragg ! Right in center of town there is coastal access that leads to very long road to Ten Miles of beach! Interaction with GuestsI love being a host and also want to respect your privacy. I am available should you need anything at all! I let my guests be, unless they're in the mood for company or just want to say hi I love meeting you as well The NeighborhoodThis is a very extraordinary place to experience. We have been beautifying the AFrame and the land for over a year now. With redwoods everywhere, you get the Mendocino Coast feeling with the power of the ocean sounds at this special spot! You will not be bothered by anyone and town is only 10 minutes away! Getting AroundOnly 10 minutes from Fort Bragg. It is quick and easy access to restaurants , coffee shops, shopping, or anything you might need. A theater, health food store, drug stores, and markets that have everything the big city has , in a rural setting. You will need transportation, a bus service is available if needed. You can bike just about everywhere up on the coast. Other Things to NotePlease give me a call at any time for any concerns you might have! (phone number hidden) You can drive down the driveway until you see the mini AFrame greenhouse, and drive straight up to the AFrame! Just got a new dishwasher! Also a Rinnai propane heater. Wood burning stove with endless wood 27 acres of it!
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The SpaceConveniently located in the nicest neighborhood in historic Fort Bragg, the beautiful Living Light Inn (formerly The Colonial Inn) combines craftsman style architecture with modern amenities designed for the conscious traveler--organic bedding, a whole-house water filtration system second to none, non-toxic biodegradable and non-allergenic cleaning products, low impact waste practices, and all-organic beverages. At the Living Light Inn, we honor the earth without compromising the comfort of our guests. We use "green" practices such as reducing electric output and waste, recycling and composting, and providing earth-friendly and fair-trade amenities. Guest AccessVegetarian kitchen is available for food storage and preparation from 11am til 7pm. We ask that you clean up after yourself. Please note, we don't allow any meat on the premises. Interaction with GuestsBreakfast is not included. The NeighborhoodWithin moments of the Inn, one can find a wealth of fun outdoor activities: strolling on the beach, walking the bluffs, tide-pooling, discovering the beauty of the redwoods while hiking in one of our many local state parks and reserves, kayaking, scuba diving, golfing, miniature golfing, mountain biking, and wildlife viewing, including whales, seal lions, seals and many species of birds. Getting AroundLiving Light Inn is in walking distance to the downtown area and beaches. We are a quick 15 minutes walk from Living Light Culinary Institute. Other Things to NoteTaxes are included in price.
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  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceDesigned for the conscious traveler, Living Light Inn features organic bedding, a whole-house water filtration system second to none, non-toxic biodegradable and non-allergenic cleaning products, and low impact waste practices. Guest AccessVegetarian kitchen is available for food storage and preparation from 11am til 7pm. We ask that you clean up after yourself. Please note, we don't allow any meat on the premises. Interaction with GuestsWe do have staff available either onsite or on-call. The NeighborhoodConveniently located in the nicest neighborhood in historic Fort Bragg. Within moments of the Inn, one can find a wealth of fun outdoor activities: strolling on the beach, walking the bluffs, tide-pooling, discovering the beauty of the redwoods while hiking in one of our many local state parks and reserves, kayaking, scuba diving, golfing, miniature golfing, mountain biking, and wildlife viewing, including whales, seal lions, seals and many species of birds. Getting AroundWe are in short walking distance to the downtown area, many shops, beaches, and Living Light Culinary Institute. Other Things to NoteWe don't serve breakfast.
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4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThis home is set on a south facing ridge and tucked out of the wind nestled into the Redwoods. Located 3 miles east of Fort Bragg in the sunbelt it is an ideal location to spend the afternoon and evening after a day of fishing, diving, beachcombing or hiking our beautiful coast. The house features hardwood floors in all living areas and carpet in the bedrooms. The kitchen has beautiful granite countertops and travertine backsplash. The master bath has a stand alone shower, double sinks with granite countertops and a separate Jacuzzi tub with a forest view. Both guest baths have a full tub. The house has skylights in every room letting in warmth and natural light. Guest Access3 Bedrooms plus great room 3 Full bathrooms with shampoo, conditioner and body wash provided. Full Kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker. 1-King Bed 2-Queen Beds 1-Twin bed 1-Very Spacious & Comfy Couch that sleeps two side by side 1-Crib Washer and Dryer Hot tub BBQ-propane Deck Play Structure Fenced Back Yard Wireless Internet Dish Network in main room Cable in 2 bedrooms 3 TV's 2 DVD/Blu-ray Netflix streaming on two TV's Air Hockey Table Forced air propane heat We ask that you do not use the wood burning stove. The garage will not be available for use. Interaction with GuestsFeel free to text or call with any needs we are just a short 5 minute drive away, but we will only stop in if you need us! The NeighborhoodOur home is located in a peaceful newer subdivision 3 miles from Fort Bragg. We are located in the sunbelt and sheltered from the wind. Getting AroundYou will need a vehicle for your visit. Other Things to NoteIn addition to the nightly rate there is an 11% bed tax for the county of Mendocino that we have to collect, I will adjust invoice at booking to reflect the tax. Dogs are welcome with notice and $25 per pet fee. When they are outside please keep them in the back yard as it is fenced. If your dog is destructive please do not leave unattended. In respect of our guests who do not have pets please keep them off the beds and couches, and bring them their own blanket or pillow. Please be sure to clean up the yard after your dog, a $75 fee will be charged if dog poo is left in the yard. Please NO CATS, I am highly allergic thanks for your understanding. Children are very welcome but please be aware that we have a deep pond in the front and a hot tub in the back please know where your children are at all times.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceSuited for 4 people, the house and garden offer relaxation in the sun or fog. In residential Fort Bragg, we are located walking distance to town and a short bicycle ride (10 min) to the ocean trail system. Guest AccessGuests have access to 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen, great room, living room and laundry room. Guests also have access to entire yard including large fruit and vegatable garden. Interaction with GuestsWe will not be on-site during your stay. However, we will be either online or we can be reached via cellular phone. The NeighborhoodOur residence is located within walking distance to down town Fort Bragg and a 30 minute walk (1.25 mile) to the expanded ocean trail system. Getting AroundWalk or bike to town, the wharf (Noyo Harbor) or the ocean trail system. Other Things to NoteIf you wish to rent for extra, we have two adult mountain bikes (full and single suspension), a surf board (long board) and a large canoe (18'5"). Please inquire if interested.
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The SpaceThis is a quiet, private room suitable for two people. It is surrounded by a garden view and receives sun into the afternoon. Furnishings include a desk, a comfy chair, a double bed, reading lamps, chest of drawers and large closet. The double bed is outfitted with cotton flannel, polar fleece or cotton/bamboo sheets. In winter, down or down alternative duvets keep you warm. We also provide cotton towels, robes and slippers. If you are planning to be here for more than a few days, you will have your own counter and cabinet in the kitchen supplied with cutting boards, knives, dishes, bowls, cups and cooking utensils. In the large fridge you will have your own shelves for storage. The nearby bathroom is roomy with a large tub and great shower. Basic amenities include WiFi, laundry, commodious double bed, comfortably furnished for all basic needs. The neighborhood is totally safe and there is easy parking right next to the house. The house is a Craftsman style bungalow from the turn of the century and we think it is more than 100 years old. It is built of virgin redwood and was built as a bride gift by a father to his daughter. For the last 20 years, I have been an artist/craftswoman living on the Mendocino Coast. For years, I lived and worked here to produce my handwoven apparel. Now, I enjoy having guests who are busy and adventuresome. I like making sure everyone has a great time. This is a great community and perfect for people who like making art, food or otherwise appreciating our stunningly beautiful landscape. Guest AccessWiFi, easy parking, large fenced yard, kitchen and cooking facilities available, shared bathroom. The house can be divided into two separate, private living areas. In summer, the front porch and back yard are perfect for a lazy moment. Interaction with GuestsPrivacy is primary at the Bungalow. Guests have separate private use of the bedroom and the bathroom/kitchen areas are shared. The guest bedroom is situated at one end of the house. The rest of the house is the private residence of myself, the owner. I am a busy designer and don't expect to spend time with guests except maybe at morning coffee or and evening meal. The NeighborhoodThis is one of the older neighborhoods in Fort Bragg. It is safe enough to walk most times of night or day. There is a tiny ocean view from the front of the house. When the weather is warm, Osprey can be heard overhead as they head out to sea for fishing. Getting AroundWalking, biking are perfect for this little town. Very limited public transportation. Access to a bicycle ($50 deposit required).
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1br apt. / condo
    King Size Bed Therapeutic Mattress Room with Sofa Bed with Lounge Chair Full Kitchen with Microwave - In-Room Coffee 450 Count -100% Cotton Linen and Pillows 2 Flat Screen T. V.'s with Cable/Fireplace Red Clay Walls and Wood Flooring Jetted Tub with Shower and Skylight Wireless Internet/Non-Smoking Table & Writing Desk - Robes holidays: $359/night 2 minimum
    apt. / condo
    1br apt. / condo
      2 King Size Beds - Pillow Top Mattresses Room with Sofa Bed - Lounge Chair Full Kitchen with Skylight Table with Chairs Wood Flooring - Red Clay Ceiling Cable T. V. Dresser Tub with Shower Non-Smoking holidays: $289 3 night minimum
      apt. / condo
      apt. / condo
        2 King Size Beds 1 Lounge Chair Full Kitchen with Skylight Table with Chairs Wood Flooring - Wood panel Walls Flatscreen T. V. with Cable Dresser Shower Non-Smoking holidays: $259 2 night minimum pets: with fee, no cats. short walk to beach. hot tub, close to shopping center, and main attractions.