Hotels & Lodging
Mendocino County has some wonderful places to stay, including hotels, bed and breakfasts, camping and more.
For a complete listing of places to stay in Mendocino County, please check VisitMendocino.com
Rising from the land on a windswept bluff-top overlooking the rugged Mendocino coast sits the Brewery Gulch Inn, a remarkable cathedral of eco-salvaged redwood.
The Harbor House Inn was originally built in 1916 in the charming lumber town of Elk, located on the remote Mendocino Coast. The property has been transformed into a luxurious getaway destination following an eight year restoration, showcasing an intimate 11 room inn and 1 Michelin Star restaurant.
Perched on the Pacific Ocean, Little River Inn has graciously greeted guests for five generations with dramatic and ever-changing ocean views.
MacCallum House is the place to stay in Mendocino. MacCallum House is a boutique hotel and restaurant that features your choice of several luxurious accommodations.
The Sea Rock Bed & Breakfast Inn in Mendocino offers romantic, ocean-view cottages and suites overlooking Agate Cove along the coast.
The Stock Farm is a family-owned restaurant with an accompanying 7 room inn in the heart of Hopland, California. This is a locals favorite restaurant and small inn for travelers. Experience warm hospitality paired with locally farmed ingredients, handcrafted beer, Mendocino County wine, and a delicious meals from our wood-burning oven. We take great pride in our tiny town, its rich history, our beautiful bounty.
A haven from the hustle and bustle of city life located in Hopland, California, a small town at the southern tip of Mendocino County, the Thatcher is surrounded by the iconic, rolling Northern California hills and the poetic Russian River landscape.
The Inn at Newport Ranch is home to ocean views, sea stacks, sandy beaches, redwood forests, and 20 miles of private trails.
Nestled between sun-drenched vineyards and redwood forest, The Madrones is a Mediterranean compound in Philo, California.